With the recent changes to the regulations of Measurement Canada, it is more important than ever to ensure that your Legal for Trade scale is properly certified. There are now monetary penalties and court-imposed fines of up to $50,000 that businesses can face if they short-sell their customers – whether it be intentionally, or through carelessness. These fines can be avoided by knowing when your scale is due for its first mandatory inspection, and what frequency is required for re-certification in the future. The new mandatory inspection dates and frequencies of inspection vary from industry to industry. Follow this link to learn what the dates are for your industry and how they will affect you:
Precision Scale is a Measurement Canada Accredited company and can help to make sure that your scale inspection and certification requirements are taken care of – we are here to serve you. When you enter in to a service agreement with us you can have peace of mind that all of your regulatory requirements are looked after.