Terms of Reference

The general purpose of the Management Committee of the Certification Bodies (MCCB) is:

  1. The management and development of the activities falling within the scope of the following agreement/Schemes:
    • CCA
    • CCA-EMC
    • ENEC
    • ENEC+
    • CIG
  2. The technical management of the agreement/Schemes.
  3. The management of the competence of the CBs and TLs through the peer assessment activities and the accreditations.


To pursue its general purpose, the activities of the MCCB include:

  1. To prepare and issue Rules of Procedures and Operational Documents for the Schemes.
  2. To set rules for, and decide on, the acceptance of Certification Bodies and Test Laboratories.
  3. To set the scope of the Schemes and maintain lists of the standards covered by the different CBs and TLs.
  4. To set operating procedures and general matters linked with peer assessment and accreditations.
  5. To liaise with the IEC Conformity Assessment Schemes in the area of common activities.
  6. To monitor and manage the activities of the Operational Staff Meetings (OSMs) through the OSM Policy Committee.
  7. All other activities that the MCCB deems necessary for the good management and development of CCA, CCA-EMC, ENEC, ENEC+ and CIG, such as, among others, the fight against the counterfeiting of products and marks and the maintaining and developing of an effective communication between Signatories and Stakeholders.
Marie-Elisabeth d'Ornano
Bureau Veritas LCIE
Fontenay-aux-Roses FR
Calogero Lana
Vice President
SGS Belgium NV - Division SGS-CEBEC
Brussels BE
Bence Thurnay
Secretary General
Brussels Belgium
Marie-Elisabeth d'Ornano
Bureau Veritas LCIE
Fontenay-aux-Roses FR
Fulvio Giorgi
Milano IT
Klaus Kress
VDE Prüf- und Zertifizierungsinstitut GmbH
Offenbach am Main DE
Thomas Neumayer
Austrian Electrotechnical Association Testing & Certification
Vienna AT
Marcin Ocioszynski
Stowarzyszenie Elektrykow Polskich - Biuro Badawcze ds. Jakosci
Warsaw PL
Gregor Schoss
Slovenian Institute of Quality and Metrology
Ljubljana SI
Filip Walczak
Lukasiewicz Research Network IMiF PREDOM Division Testing and Certification
Warsaw PL
Armando Lopes
CERTIF Associação para a Certificação
Almada PT
Karina Christiansen
UL International Demko A/S
Ballerup DK
Gareth Parker
Intertek Testing & Certification Ltd
Leatherhead UK
Bars Palfi
TÜV Rheinland InterCert Kft., Division MEEI
Budapest HU
Fredrik Wennersten
Intertek Semko AB
Kista SE
Michal Misiak
Elektrotechnický výskumný a projektový ústav
Nová Dubnica SK
Klaus Lorenz
TÜV SÜD Product Service GmbH
München DE
Miroslav Sedlacek
Elektrotechnický zkušební ústav, s.p.
Praha CZ
Umut Tasar
Türk Standardlari Enstitüsü
Ankara TR
Holger Schaffer
Eurofins Electric & Electronic Product Testing AG
Fehraltorf CH
Markus Ahvenus
SGS Fimko Ltd.
Helsinki FI
Tracie Hunter
British Approvals Service for Cables
Milton Keynes UK
Vagelis Klokanas
Materials Industrial Research and Technology Center s.a.
Volos GR
Antonio Balado Pachon
Madrid ES
Calogero Lana
SGS Belgium NV - Division SGS-CEBEC
Brussels BE
Skule Moe
Nemko Group AS
Oslo NO
Jens Peiffer
TÜV Rheinland LGA Products GmbH
Cologne DE
Ted Gaertner
DEKRA Certification BV
Arnhem NL
Callum Snell
British Standards Institution
Milton Keynes UK
Jim Dunn
British Standards Institution
Milton Keynes UK

Mr. Andy Hughes

ZUMTOBEL Group Technology

Mr. Franco Rusnati

Brussels, BELGIUM

Mr. Pierre Selva

CECAPI European Committee of Electrical Installation Equipment Manufacturers
Grenoble Cedex, FRANCE

Dominique Rousseau

Brussels, Belgium


Dr Jeremy Hodge

British Cables Association (BCA)
Haines Watts, United Kingdom

Sarah Le Dren

Paris France



Michael Veaux 

Nexans France
Autun, France





Konstantin Prokhorenko

Minsk Belarus