The Electrical Apparatus Service Association (EASA) launched the EASA Accreditation program in June 2014. With input from a committee of industry experts, and based on the EASA/ANSI AR100 specification, the EASA Accreditation program was developed by the motor repair industry for the motor repair industry. With our experience in electric motor repair, we were selected as a third-party auditor for this program.
The EASA Accreditation program works on a three-year cycle. An on-site audit is required in the first year, and internal audits are required the following two years with auditor oversight. The program cycle repeats in the fourth year, when a second site visit by the auditor is required to maintain accreditation.
To get started, motor service centers must file an EASA Accreditation Application directly with EASA. From there, we will provide complete program guidance with pre-audit conference calls, clarification on program requirements and advice on our most common findings and how to avoid them.
We have been an Allied Member of EASA for 25 years. Over that long history, we have had the fortune to participate on the Technical Committee, speak at the International, Regional and Chapter-level conferences, and remain true to our cause of energy efficiency. Few relationships last this long, and it is because of the people and valuable services that all EASA members provide. If you are interested in the EASA Accreditation program and are considering your third-party auditor, why not work with a fellow EASAn?
Additional EASA Accreditation Information: