Similarly, claims are often made that can mislead the user into believing a product, system or service has certification when in fact it does not. It is common to find phases printed on a product, packaging or marketing material such as designed to ..., complies with..., meets LPS.... Products may undergo testing, fail those tests and still be sold as tested to...
Confusion in the marketplace is also created by commercial organisations such as trade bodies creating new marks and listings which appear to be certification but may not be. LPCB traces its origins to the 1880s and has retained and enhanced its reputation for independence by supporting its listings and marks and by ensuring that any problems with approved products and services are investigated and resolved.
It has been brought to our attention that the following false/invalid certificates are in circulation. BRE Global Ltd. maintains a database of all validated certificates, which can be found at www.redbooklive.com which is updated on a daily basis. Always check the validity of any of our certificates prior to acceptance.
Ningbo First Promise Trade to EN 671-1. To view the invalid certificate click here
Kolorjet Chemicals Pvt. Ltd to ISO 9001:2008. To view the false certificate click here
Sheetal Ratan Healthcare Pvt. Ltd. to ISO 9001:2008. To view the false certificate click here
ACME D'Ace Marketing Solutions to ISO 9001:2001. Please click here to view the false certificate.
Al Itmenan Fire & Safety Equipment trading as Pulsor Fire of Sharjah, UAE has no current (or previous) approvals from LPCB.
Guardian Doors Ltd. False claims of LPCB certification for Guardian Doors’ products on http://www.guardiandoors.net. Guardian Doors Ltd. is not a BRE Global client and does not have LPCB certification.
Please let us know (firstname.lastname@example.org) if any of the issues raised above have been addressed. Notices will be removed from this website once we are aware that inappropriate claims have been removed.