Test house audits
Test houses must be approved by us to calibrate, install, commission, and certify metering installations in accordance with Part 10 of the Code.
More information about test houses is in the metering section.
When a test house audit is performed
Audits should be carried out and submitted as part of the application for approval:
- when a test house first gains approval
- on the date that we’re advised that an audit should take place
- at any time at the request of the industry participant, the market administrator (the Authority) or an auditor.
What the test house audit covers
The audit shows if a test house:
- has the facilities and procedures to consistently meet the requirements of the Code
- has a fit and proper person for approval to act as an approved test house
- addresses any other matters raised.
Test houses fall into two categories: class A and class B. The categories have different requirements.
For any further information or questions contact the market operations team.