ANSI/EASA AR100-2015The recommended practice for repairing electric motors and maintaining their reliability and efficiency.
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Should Accreditation be granted by an EASA-sanctioned third-party auditor, permission to use EASA’s Accreditation Marks, including specifically its logos and labels, exists solely for the accreditation period as defined by EASA. At the end of such accreditation period, if the accreditation is not renewed, the accreditation expires; all rights to use the Accreditation Marks terminate; and my company will immediately cease use of the Accreditation Marks. EASA may terminate any rights my company has in the use of the Accreditation Marks if my company fails to maintain current accreditation status as described below.
Accredited firms must adhere to the mandatory items on the “EASA Accreditation Checklist with Audit Criteria Explanations” current at the time of application or renewal.
Accredited repairs may only be performed and labeled at the accredited firm’s location except as noted below.*
* Outsourcing of some but not all repair activities is permitted, but the outsource vendor must provide documentation to confirm that repairs meet the requirements of this program. If outsourced repair requires measurements or testing, proof that calibrated equipment was used is also required. (For more information, see “Equipment” in the “EASA Accreditation Checklist with Audit Criteria Explanations.”)
Accreditation period (years 1, 2 and 3)
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Use of EASA Accreditation Marks (logo and repair labels)
EASA-sanctioned third-party auditors
Excluded from the scope of the EASA Accreditation Program are specific requirements, certification, and inspection required for listed explosion proof, dust-ignition-proof, and other listed machines for hazardous locations.
Also excluded are specific or additional requirements for hermetic motors, hydrogen-cooled machines, submersible motors, traction motors, or Class 1E nuclear service motors.
Indemnification and Disclaimer of Warranty
By submitting an Accreditation or Renewal Application, I understand that an EASA-sanctioned third-party auditor has the right to grant or reject my accreditation and I agree to indemnify and hold EASA, its officers, directors, employees, volunteers, and representatives (“Indemnitees”) harmless from any actions taken or omitted by Indemnities, except to the extent that such actions or omissions of the Indemnitees constitute willful misconduct or gross negligence. The use of EASA Accreditation Marks (logos and labels) is provided on an “as is” basis. Participation in the program and the use of the Accreditation Marks does not guarantee additional business. Furthermore, EASA disclaims any and all express or implied conditions, representations and warranties, including any implied warranty of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, course of dealing, usage of trade, employability or non-infringement, except to the extent these disclaimers are held to be legally invalid. EASA has no duty or obligation to register, renew or otherwise maintain any registration for the Accreditation Marks. EASA does not warrant that accredited repairs maintain the original efficiency and reliability of the motor.
Limitation of Liability
To the extent not prohibited by law, in no event will EASA be liable for any direct, indirect, special, consequential, incidental or punitive damages, including without limitation attorney’s fees, loss of business, revenue, profits or other economic advantage, however caused, regardless of the theory of liability, arising out of or related to the use or the inability to use any of EASA’s marks, including without limitation EASA’s third-party auditor actions in reviewing an application for accreditation, releasing information as permitted in EASA’s policy and the implementation of the forms of discipline, even if EASA has been advised of the possibility of such damages. In no event will EASA’s liability under this declaration and agreement, whether in contract, tort (including negligence and defamation) or otherwise, exceed the amount my company paid in application fees. Liabilities shall be limited and excluded, even if the remedy fails of its essential purpose.