This certification covers important modifications performed on already-installed lifts in accordance with Royal Decree 88/2013
The Regulation on Lifting and Handling Devices is applicable to all equipment that lifts people in fixed installations or buildings. AENOR's certifications allow for registry in Public Administrations.
The Royal Decree 88/2013 sets out requirements in the Complementary Technical Instruction 1 (ITC-1) "Lifts" concerning industrial registry of installations in Regional Governments, as well as other requirements like periodic reviews, regulatory inspections, etc.
It is applicable to lift and vertical lifting equipment maintenance companies, as these are responsible for compliance with the requirements. Additionally, updating or altering certain elements of an installation may require intervention from a Control Body.
AENOR is a Control Body accredited by the Spanish National Accreditation Body (ENAC) for this certification. AENOR enables companies to obtain the installation refurbishment certification, under the conditions set out in Annexes III and IV of the ITC-1. AENOR's certifications facilitate the Declaration of Conformity and Registry in Regional Governments without further steps, provided that certificates are up to date.
The certifications of the ITC-01 cover importance modifications performed on installed lifts. These certifications require management by registered and certified management companies, as well as modernisation, revision and registry in the relative Autonomous Communities governments.
AENOR can certify activities in accordance with Annex III (implementation of certified solutions by supply companies) and Annex IV (includes the design and approval of these solutions by the requesting company).
AENOR's activity includes an annual audit and inspection.
The certification shemes are outlined in Royal Decree 88/2013. With regard to AENOR's activity,it focuses on assessing the quality management systems in accordance with Annexes III and IV.
The respective documentary assessment and audits are easily integrated with the audits from the Lift Directive or the ISO 9001 and are certified by AENOR and other organisations.
Once the organisation passes the certification process, it obtains:
Compliance with Directive 2014/33/EU
CE mark of lift safety components and installed lifts
N quality mark
certifies the quality of services provided by fixed or auxiliary lift maintenance companies