Equipment Calibration Specification
Each test report or calibration certificate shall include at least the following information, unless the laboratory has valid reasons for not doing so:
|ISO/IEC 17025 Section
|The title, i.e. Calibration Certificate or Test Report.
|Name and address of laboratory where calibration/test was done.
|Unique identification of the certificate or report (instrument serial no. + date is acceptable) and identification on each page.
|Name and address of customer.
|Identification of the calibration procedure, or clear description of non-standard method.
|Description and clear identification of instrument calibrated (description and serial No.).
|Date(s) of calibration.
|Measurement results with units.
Measurement uncertainties and/or statement of compliance with identified metrological specification.
|5.10.2 Note 1
|Each page must be numbered and total number of pages.
|All deviation, additions, or exclusions of the test method, and all other pertinent information relative to a specific test, such as environmental conditions.
|When an instrument has been adjusted or repaired, the results of the calibration before and after adjustments or repairs must be reported if available.
|The signature and job title or equivalent identification of the person(s) accepting responsibility for the contents of the certificate or report, and the emission date.
|5.10.2 Note 2
|A note indicating that the certificate may not be reproduced except in full without the written approval of the laboratory.
|Conditions (e.g. environmental) under which the calibration is carried out and which have an influence on the measurement result.
|Evidence of traceability (e.g. list of calibration and test instruments used, specifying serial number, calibration date and validity)
Note: NIST numbers should not be used nor required as proof of traceability
|Shall not contain any recommendation on the interval between calibrations.
|Date of issue of the report or certificate