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.

  • 4 min
    The future of auditing: 5 tech trends that’ll change the game

    You think remote auditing is ground-breaking? Kiwa’s corporate IT expert Eric Laan spotlights five (plus one) game-changing tech trends and innovations in auditing.

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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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  • 2 min
    From gas to hydrogen: the hydrogen burner conversion, development and testing

    Currently most of the burners are fed with natural gas. But what if this equipment will not run on gas in the future, but on hydrogen? With the energy transition underway that future is closer than you probably think!

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  • 3 min
    Why certifying your Fire Safety and Security products is a wise – and necessary – choice

    Fire safety equipment can safe your life and prevent major damage. Let us inform you how Kiwa certification ensures that devices do what they have to do and meet requirements set.

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  • 2 min
    Consorzio Pescatori di Goro: a qualitative journey from sea to table

    Quality of food products is not the only aspect taken into consideration by consumers and distributors. Something invisible and untouchable is becoming more and more important: the history, safety and sustainability of products.

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  • 4 min
    Drones: faster, cheaper and safer inspections

    The buzz of a drone flying overhead is increasingly familiar, but drones have much wider applications than taking aerial footage. Emil Tjäder from Kiwa Sweden is specialized in hazardous indoor inspections using drones.

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