Certify the quality of your products by certification of IGH's experts
IGH supports the services of independent bodies IGH CERT and IGH CTA and operates in compliance with international standards ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001 and ISO 50001.
ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001, ISO 50001
1. QUALITY MANAGEMENT STANDARD 2. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM STANDARD 3. OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM STANDARD 4. ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Member of the Management Board
INSTITUT IGH d.d. is the only nominated Croatian Technical Assessment Body (CTAB) in the Republic of Croatia, for performing assessments and issuing the Croatian Technical Assessment (CTA) for the entire scope of construction products.
The nomination was conducted by the Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning of the Republic of Croatia, pursuant to Article 45 of the Construction Products Act (Official Gazette No. 76/13, 30/14 and 130/17).
IGH CTA is an organizational unit set up within INSTITUT IGH d.d., which consists of responsible persons nominated for preparation and issuance of the Croatian Technical Assessment (CTA).
The person responsible for IGH CTA ensures adherence to the procedure for the preparation of Croatian Technical Assessments, in compliance with all provisions of the Construction Products Act.
IGH Cert provides certification services, i.e. services of assessment and verification of constancy of performance for construction products.
In systems 1 and 1+, IGH Cert is a body for certification of products for the issuance of certificates of constancy of performance of construction products. In system 2+, IGH Cert is a body for certification of production control for the issuance of certificates of conformity of factory production control of construction products.
IGH Cert has been accredited by the Croatian Accreditation Agency (HAA), according to the standard HRN EN ISO/IEC 17065:2013 for harmonised and non-harmonised technical specifications stated in the Certificate of Accreditation No. 3055 (http://www.akreditacija.hr/registar).
Authorizations for certification were granted by the Ministry of Physical Planning, Construction and State Assets, while for the harmonised area, in compliance with the Regulation (EU) No. 305/2011 of the European Parliament and the Council of 9 March 2011 laying down harmonised conditions for the marketing of construction products, they were confirmed by acceptance of IGH Cert’s application to the EU bodies, through which IGH Cert became a notified body NB 2477. The scope of authorization NB 2477 is stated on the official website of the European Union, as a part of the so called NANDO database.
In the non-harmonised area, IGH Cert is an Approved Body (AB) No 1/05, according to the Construction Products Act and pertaining ordinances and technical regulations.
The scope of authorization OT 1/05 is listed on the website of the Ministry of Physical Planning, Construction and State Assets http://www.mgipu.hr/default.aspx?id=14363.
Documents for download
APPLICATION FORM99 KB, DOC
APPLICATION FORM For Certificate Revision95 KB, DOC
Rules No. 1: Rules for evaluation and verification of the constancy of performance558 KB, PDF
Rules No.2: Certificate and certification symbol application rules290 KB, PDF
Rules No.3: Flow chart158 KB, PDF
Accreditation_30551 MB, PDF
IGH-certificates register388 KB, PDF
IGH Cert performs certification of construction products and factory production control according to certification schemes for:
CPR1, CPR 1+, CPR 2+
ZGP 1: channel covers and gratings EN 124, plastic pipes EN 12201, plastic pipes EN 13476, plastic pipes EN 14364, plastic pipes EN 15874, plastic pipes EN 1401, plastic pipes EN 1451
ZGP 1+: steel for the reinforcement, steel for pre-stressing, cast iron pipes, plastic pipes EN 12201, plastic pipes EN 1796, plastic pipes EN 15874, valves and hydrants
ZGP 2+: concrete
Except for the part regulated by the law, IGH Cert also provides services of so called voluntary certification.
Voluntary certification is a procedure of certification by implementing actions planned for systems 1, 1+ and 2+, in case when the manufacturer or his authorized representative wishes to certify a product/production in a higher level (more demanding) system of assessment and verification of constancy of performance than provided in the technical specification and legislation.
Based on the voluntary certificate, the Declaration of Performance cannot be drawn up and the product cannot be affixed with the CE or C marking, which is clearly stated on the certificate itself.
The register of voluntary certificates is available on the Croatian version of the website
Documents for download
Application form for voluntary certification100 KB, DOC
Application form for certificate revision or extension95 KB, DOC
Application for IGH-DC Mark88 KB, DOC
Rules no.1. Voluntary certification procedure619 KB, PDF
Rules no. 2. Rules for use of voluntary certificate213 KB, PDF
Rules no. 3. Flow chart of voluntary certification180 KB, PDF
register of voluntary certificates138 KB, PDF