Notified Body (NoBo)

Our NoBo service follow our Quality Management System (QMS) which fulfills the requirements set by the accreditation, mainly the IOD 2016/797 and ISO 17065. As a NoBo we are also legally required to follow RFUs issued by the NB-Rail Coordination group. The RFUs can be found here: NB-Rail | Home

It is the responsibility of the applicant to select the module(s) to be applied for a NoBo project. The module options are specified in the relevant Technical Specification for Interoperability (TSI) and described in the Commission Decision (2010/713/EU). When the module(s) are selected it defines the methodology and process to be used by NoBo from start to finish and the relevant certificate(s) are issued.

The applicant is recommended to select its preferred NoBo early in the project. It is important for all projects to verify the requirements in the design phase. It may be expensive and time consuming to correct errors late in a project.

Vysus Group has established its tailormade working tools, as requirement matrix, forms etc. to make the NoBo process as effective and informative as possible for all parties. We can also deliver training courses informing about the NoBo/assurance process for the Applicant and others, on request.

As we are have included in our accreditation the possibility to perform inspections, audit / approval of quality management systems for production and measurements of sound, light etc, we can deliver these services if the applicant chooses to also use the NoBo for this purpose.

As part of the NoBo project we will upload the certificate(s) to ERADIS (European Railway Agency Database of Interoperability and Safety).

Whether you’re an infrastructure manager, railway operator or manufacturer we ensure you’re compliant.

Publicly available information

If you require some of the information 1 to 4 below, please use the "Get in touch" function.

The certification body shall maintain (through publications, electronic media or other means), and make available upon request, the following:

  1. information about (or reference to) the certification scheme(s), including evaluation procedures, rules and procedures for granting, for maintaining, for extending or reducing the scope of, for suspending, for withdrawing or for refusing certification;
  2. a description of the means by which the certification body obtains financial support and general information on the fees charged to applicants and to clients;
  3. a description of the rights and duties of applicants and clients, including requirements, restriction or limitations on the use of the certification body's name and certification mark and on the ways of referring to the certification granted;
  4. information about procedures for handling complaints and appeals.
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