The Standards Malaysia accreditation system is in accordance to the international standard, MS ISO/IEC 17011 to ensure that the accreditation services provided are impartial, non-discriminatory and credible. The Standards Malaysia accreditation system are ensured fair and impartial through 3 operational levels i.e.; a) strategy and policy, b) decision and c) assessments.
The Standards Malaysia Accreditation services are ensured non-discriminatory and is open to and accessible by any conformity assessment body, irrespective of government or private bodies that fulfills the accreditation conditions specified and published by Standards Malaysia Conformity Assessment Bodies (CABs) include testing & calibration laboratories, certification bodies and inspection bodies.
This Malaysian Standard specifies methods and requirements of visible light, energy transmittance of solar radiation and other related factors for tint film on the glazing in road vehicles. It covers the specification and requirement of visible light transmittance (VLT), ultraviolet rejection (UVR), total solar energy transmittance (TSET), tint film physical durability against peeling or bubbles, and tint film solar performance durability.
Accreditation is the formal recognition that an organisation is competent to perform specific processes, activities, or tasks (which are detailed in a scope of accreditation) in a reliable credible and accurate manner. It follows that: