ABOUT WHO WE ARE
Distinct Compliance Engineering is a dynamic engineering consulting group committed to providing quality technical and compliance initiatives tailored to your products and organisation.
Our team develop solutions for the medical device, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, import/export, textile, construction, and service industries to the likes of ISO standards compliance and auditing, usability engineering, CE certification guidance, EESS/ERAC guidance, ACMA requirements, risk assessment works, supplier audits and more.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
Working with Distinct Compliance Engineering gives us a great resources for technical understanding of devices and standards. Their “outside the box” thinking provides unique simplified solutions.
We have used the team at Distinct on a number of projects, which have included validation, sensitive large scale equipment moves and compliance auditing. We value their methods as they increase our knowledge base by bringing in outside ideas and concepts that allow us to benchmark against industry standards.Judy Andrews
If you are in the business of importing, manufacturing, and ultimately selling electrical devices within Australian markets then, no doubt, you’ve come across the EESS (Electrical Equipment Safety System), ACMA (Australian Communication and Media Authority) requirements for electrical safety and EMC compliance as well as Electricity Safety (Equipment Safety Scheme) Regulations. Now, navigating your way…
Typically, when you hear the word risk it’s associated with a bad or adverse incident. At Distinct Compliance Engineering, we love it. It’s inevitable as more organisations move toward management system certification (Quality, OHS, Environmental), and as more standards become harmonious with ISO’s annex SL, we are seeing more effort to implement risk management principles….
What is the benefit of using external resources to perform your internal audits? Organisations have their own dedicated staff to execute and report on the internal audit schedule. The question is, even though the auditor appears objective and not associated with the operation being audited, are they truly objective? In most cases the answer is,...Read More