Fiditas is EU Notified Body No. 2829, one of only five NBs in the world fully dedicated to explosion safety, which satisfied strict criteria and demonstrated competence and full compliance by international accreditations for certification of products against requirements of 2014/34/EU (ATEX), 2014/28/EU (civil explosives) and 2013/29/EU (pyrotechnic articles).
Fiditas is official IECEx Member Body for Croatia and is managing the work of international standardization Secretariat of IEC SC 31J, the most important part of IEC for international standardization in the field of explosion safety from end-user’s perspective.
Many are not aware of the fact that Institute for explosion safety named S-Komisija was established in 1949 with headquarters in Zagreb, following two tragic explosion disasters in coal mine located in the city of Raša in peninsula Istria at that time. In 2002 former S-Komisija was renamed to Ex-Agencija (Ex-Agency) and existed as EU Notified Body and IECEx ExCB with ExTL until January 2019, when it ceased its certification activities. In the same year Fiditas took over the responsibility for the continuing maintenance of certificates previously issued by Ex-Agencija. Our experienced staff started career in S-Komisija and Ex-Agencija in 1990’s and 2000’s. Today, Fiditas – Explosion Safety Solutions continues with the development in this sensitive field through conformity assessment (third party certification) of Ex products, comprehensive lab testing, hazardous area classification, explosion risk assessment and training. Since 2016 Fiditas successfully served clients from Iceland, Belarus, Sweden, Norway, US, China, Ukraine, Netherlands, Poland, Hungary, Italy, Singapore, South Korea, France, Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia and Croatia who recognized the value of our services.
Our active participation in preparation of IEC 60079 and ISO/IEC 80079 series of standards and development of IECEx System allows us to apply latest achievements when creating tailored solutions for client’s specific needs in managing explosion risks.