History & Introduction

Amtri Veritas was founded in 1990 and formed part of the reputable engineering organisation, AMTRI Ltd. They formed part of the Amtri team who wrote the first Machinery Safety Standards, therefore giving them fifteen years of experience in the writing of ISO systems.

In 1999, Amtri Veritas was approached by the Department of Trade and Industry and requested to become an approved notified body under regulation 18 (1) of the supply of machinery safety regulations. This enabled Amtri Veritas to perform machinery safety examinations as part of the official government sponsored CE Marking processes and listed them as a government approved body for the checking of Quality (ISO 9001) and Environmental (ISO 14001) standards.

Run by a strong team of quality and engineering specialists, Amtri Veritas is able to provide clients with a tailored blend of services. The professional expertise and extensive global experience within legislation and assessments held by the experts of Amtri Veritas form the basis of an invaluable and in-depth service for all companies across the globe.

World Class Support

Experts at Amtri Veritas are able to provide world-class, ongoing support for Standards Making at both national and international levels. Various members of Amtri Veritas staff have been secretaries and chairmen to a number of national and international Standards-Making committees, including Metalworking Machinery, Woodworking and Hand tools.

Competitive Edge

Amtri Veritas has a great awareness and understanding of the pressures faced by manufacturers today, which provides a competitive edge in tailoring their highly specialised services to meet the challenges of their clients needs.

The Amtri Veritas team pride themselves on their strong relationships with their clients and strongly believe in value adding and verifying the work done by their clients, rather than using the pure “checklist” approach. The Amtri Veritas client base boasts a wide range of international blue-chip companies such as Airbus, KOSHA, Anzenken and PMC to name a few.




Training Course schedule for 2017

  Machinery Directive Course Details
  Control Systems - EN 13849 Course Details

Risk Assessment Course Details


ATEX Introduction - 1 day


ATEX In-depth - 2 day


ISO 9001:2015 and ISO ISO 14001:2015 were both published on 15 September 2015. There is a 3 year transition period. The transition requirements have been outlined in a letter sent to all clients. A copy can be downloaded here. For further information about the changes please contact us.

OHS standard ISO 45001

Link to the video interview with Dave Smith, ISO 45001 committee chairman and amtri veritas impartiality board member.


amtri veritas has moved offices.

Our new address is:

Veritas House
Pierce Street
SK11 6ER

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