Kiwa Stories

Our stories offer you insights into how Testing, Inspection and Certification (TIC) bring value, trust and progress to companies, institutions and people all over the world.

  • 3 min
    The new Medical Device Regulation: improving safety through expert auditing

    From May 2021, new European rules for medical devices (MDR) will apply. The MDR has major impact on the medical sector. It will bring great benefit, but also great challenges for all economic operators involved.

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  • 2 min
    Safe fun at Tusenfryd

    Safety comes first at Tusenfryd, one of Norway's largest amusement parks, with approximately 500,000 visitors annually. Every spring, just before the season opens, all amusement park rides are inspected by Kiwa.

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  • 3 min
    Hazards, heights and health: how Kiwa keeps employees safe

    Kiwa inspectors frequently face potentially dangerous activities. Helena Louhelainen, HSE Manager at Kiwa Finland, makes sure that her colleagues are able to trust that after a day of work they can go home healthy and well.

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  • 3 min
    Innovation under pressure: paving the way for hydrogen

    Hydrogen is one of the main energy sources for a sustainable future. To use hydrogen, it must be kept under high pressure. This places additional demands on the mobility infrastructure.

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  • 2 min
    Auditing: collaboration for the highest quality

    Ronny Mendelsohn, auditor at Kiwa: “The audit process is a team effort, a collaboration between customer and auditor, to achieve the same goal: improving and maintaining a high level of quality.”

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  • 3 min
    Hazards, heights and health: how Kiwa keeps employees safe

    Kiwa inspectors frequently face potentially dangerous activities. Helena Louhelainen, HSE Manager at Kiwa Finland, makes sure that her colleagues are able to trust that after a day of work they can go home healthy and well.

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  • 3 min
    Going back to our source: the value of water

    Water covers more than 70 percent of the Earth’s surface. It is vital to sustain life, and fundamental to industry. For World Water Day 2021, we look at the challenges we face, and how Kiwa is helping.

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