The North American Parts Compliance Program (ECP) promoted by AMECA (The Automotive Manufacturers Equipment Compliance Agency, Inc.) is a centralized, voluntary, one-stop process. It is a procedure for informing the government, industry and the general public that motor vehicle safety components have been tested in AMECA authorized laboratories and that they meet relevant standards. Products with an AMECA certificate will be more easily procured by North American buyers and users.
AMECA provides product testing related services by authorizing third-party laboratories. Only test reports issued by AEMCA authorized laboratories will be approved by AMECA.
ATIC works on behalf of the manufacturer to draft testing plans, follow up testing in designated laboratories and submit testing report to AMECA. If the test data meets the relevant test standards, AMECA will issue a Notice of Equipment Compliance, which is an AMECA certificate that certifies that the product meets regulatory requirements.
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ATIC will support manufactures prepare technical description and application document, analysis product specification based on AMECA testing standards.
ATIC will draft testing plan based on testing procedures, standards and expert opinion from AMECA, support manufacture sending samples to designated labs and follow up testing.
ATIC will submit application documents and testing reports to AMECA for review. For specific procedures factory audit will be conducted by AMECA and ATIC will follow up the audit plan and coordinate schedules and audit activities.
AMECA will issue a Notice of Equipment Compliance, which is an AMECA certificate that certifies that the product meets regulatory requirements. Generally the certificate is valid for 3 years.
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