Editor’s Note: Several weeks ago, AMN Global charted out the path of China’s policies and regulations throughout the years, which encompassed the changes primarily through 2001, when China joined the World Trade Organization (WTO). Since then, there have been continuous changes to these policies, including the recent China Compulsory Certification process. In this new seminar through our partnership with GlobalBusinessProfessor.com, it talks about the process with Paul Wang, part of the certification process management team for G & M Compliance Inc.
Learn about the major change China has implemented to the China Compulsory Certification (CCC) process, which became effective Jan. 1, 2015, by watching this newly released On-Demand Seminar, “China CCC Certification for Automotive Parts,” available here. The 21-minute seminar, presented by Paul Wang and produced by GlobalBusinessProfessor.com and GlobalAutoIndustry.com, details the recently implemented changes with the CCC, including the seven new guidelines that have been added to the 11 implementation rules for the vehicle component categories. In the seminar, Wang addresses how factory classification is a major change that will affect the entire process. He lists the conditions that need to be met in order to obtain CCC approval. Under the new CCC policy, factories will be classified in accordance with China Certification Center for Automotive Product (CCAP) metrics, and will be classified to grade A, B, C or D. The grading affects the frequency of follow-up factory inspections and random selection testing methods.
Wang also states that classification levels may be adjusted depending on the risk assessment findings after the factory inspection. The seminar explains the new factory classification rules, which will dictate the number and frequency of scheduled and unannounced factory inspections. It also details requirements for attaining a classification of A, and deficiencies that result in lower classifications. Further illuminated in the seminar are the differences between the old implementation rules and the new, as well as the new surveillance options of on-site sample testing or market sample testing.
Wang is responsible for certification process management for G & M Compliance Inc., and has more than eight years of experience in the certification industry.