Code of
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What’s New in ATIEL Code of Practice Issue 21

The introduction of a new VGRA Guideline for the EP6CDT test and worked examples.

ATIEL CoP provide for clear stakeholders responsibility

Clear Shareholders Responsibility

Auditing Guidelines NEW

• New consolidated guidelines for auditing lubricant development programme provided in Chapter 10.

• Requirements easier to follow as a result of restructuring
of Code of Practice.

• Recommendations from external auditing specialists (Lloyds Register Quality Assurance) adopted as far as possible

New structure and format

• Clarification of some definitions

• Updates to the sections on the EELQMS to align them more closely with the EELQMS document and amendments to Sections 9 and Appendix D to take into account the change to administration of the Letters of Conformance scheme to SAIL – the Services to Associations and Industry in the Lubricants Sector Company

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