• Sports centre Indoor Action first independent fitness club to qualify for FITcert in Europe

    13 July 2023

    Dutch-based sports centre Indoor Action is the first independent fitness club in the Netherlands and Europe to go for a FITcert certificate and will therefore be assessed by Kiwa ISA Sport. Fitness is one of the fastest growing sports in Europe. With the new European quality mark FITcert, fitness centres can demonstrate that they work to the highest quality standards.

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    Indoor Action FITcert
  • FITcert European quality label for fitness clubs enters next level

    1 November 2022

    EuropeActive, the European trade association for fitness clubs, officially started with FITcert level 3 in October. This independent European quality label enables fitness clubs to demonstrate that they meet high standards when it comes to service, hygiene and safety. As of now, clubs will receive the NCS 17229-compliant certificate upon passing FITcert level 3. Kiwa is one of the certifying institutions for FITcert.

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    Men and women doing sports
  • Kiwa’s policy in relation to the Corona virus

    15 March 2020

    The Corona virus spreads throughout the world and presently occurs in all countries that Kiwa is present in. To help contain the spread of the virus, this policy guides our employees and subcontractors in how to cope with (the effects of) the virus and the impact it may have on the services we offer our customers.

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    Molecule corona
  • The FIBA launches a new facilities manual

    8 October 2019

    The international basketball federation (FIBA) has requested Kiwa ISA Sport and other test institutes to join forces and create an upgraded version of the FIBA Handbook of test methods and requirements. The cooperation with the International Governing Body for Basketball and the test institutes resulted in a new set of requirements and test methods.

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  • Kiwa ISA Sport is member of the newly set up FIFA Technical Advisory Group (TAG)

    26 November 2018

    FIFA considers the development of football technology and related quality standards to be one of its most important priorities. In order to further develop the standards FIFA has set up the FIFA Technical Advisory Group for Football Turf Standards. Kiwa ISA Sport is member of this group.

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