Automotive Diagnostic Centers.
Acronym
CDA
Normative Reference
ISO/IEC 17020
Accredited Organizations
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Automotive Diagnostic Centers.

Automotive Diagnostic Center Accreditation.

The accreditation scheme for Automotive Diagnostic Centers evaluates the competence of the inspection bodies that perform the Technical Mechanical Inspection and Pollutant Emission Testing of motor vehicles.

María Teresa
Mateus Murcia
Sectoral Coordinator
teresa.mateus@onac.org.co

Business Administrator from Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Candidate to Magister in Integrated Management Systems, University of La Rioja.

Specific training in ISO/IEC 17065:2012 and ISO/IEC 17067:2012; Remote Audit Techniques ISO/IEC 17011 – IAAC and Technical Mechanical and Pollutant Emissions Review.

Expert in Conformity Assessment, in particular in the following roles: Peer Assessor in training – ISO/IEC 17011 Lead Assessor ISO/IEC 17024, Technical Expert IAF 37 and 31 (ISO 9001, NTC 5555) and Auditor ISO/IEC 17020:2012

Linked to ONAC since 2017 in the positions of:

  • CRC Sectoral Coordinator
  • OCP Sectoral Coordinator
  • CDA Sectoral Coordinator
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Eliana Lizeth
Naranjo Zuleta
Sectoral Coordinator
eliana.naranjo@onac.org.co

Industrial Engineer, Libre University

Master’s Degree in Management- (currently studying)

Training in ISO/IEC 17020:2012 internal auditing and ISO 9001:2015 internal auditing

Diploma courses completed:

  • Metrology
  • Uncertainty in measurement methods
  • Proficiency testing
  • Management of technical vehicle inspection equipment
  • Linear optimization, probability and statistics
  • Expert in Vehicle Technical Inspection

Linked to ONAC since 2021 as CDA Sectoral Coordinator

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Description

Accreditation, in addition to being a condition for operating as a traffic support agency, is a means for Automotive Diagnostic Centers to demonstrate their competence through compliance with the requirements of impartiality, facilities, personnel, equipment, methods and procedures described in the Colombian Technical Standards adopted by the Ministry of Transportation.

The inspection performed by an accredited CDA is an element that strengthens the management of road safety and air quality policies. A reliable, competent and impartial review allows to determine that motor vehicles transiting through the national territory are in optimal mechanical and safety conditions. This contributes to the reduction of road accidents and the reduction of pollutant emissions generated by mobile sources.

Scope

Applies to Automotive Diagnostic Centers that have implemented the ISO/IEC 17020 standard, as Inspection Body type A. Its purpose is to provide the service of Technical Mechanical Inspection and Pollutant Emissions for different types of vehicles such as motorcycles, mopeds, motorcycles, motorcycles, tricycles, quadricycles, motorcycles, ATVs, light, heavy rigid, articulated and bi-articulated vehicles circulating in the national territory.

Each Automotive Diagnostic Center voluntarily requests the types of vehicles to be inspected according to its resources, capabilities and commercial interests. According to such request, it shall apply the requirements defined in the Colombian Technical Standards NTC 5375, NTC 6218 and NTC 6282 for the Technical Mechanical Inspection and Pollutant Emissions.

Centros de Diagnóstico Automotor Acreditados

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