Testing and Certification review report
The following is issued on behalf of the Hong Kong Council for Testing and Certification:
The Hong Kong Council for Testing and Certification (HKCTC) submitted a review report on the implementation progress of its three-year development plan for the testing and certification industry to the Chief Executive today (March 28).
The HKCTC Chairman, Professor Ching Pak-chung, said, "Government departments and public bodies have been co-operating with relevant professional organisations, the business sector and the testing and certification industry to implement the three-year industry development plan. Our stakeholders generally agreed that the council has provided an effective platform over the last three years to foster collaboration among the various sectors and to explore new business opportunities in different domains."
The HKCTC recommends the continuation of the existing dual approach to spearhead the development of the industry, making general improvements to the accreditation service and factors of production of the industry, whilst focusing particular efforts on six specific trades. These trades are Chinese medicines, construction materials, food, jewellery, environmental protection, and information and communications technologies.
On behalf of the HKCTC, Professor Ching thanked the various government departments, organisations and individuals that have contributed to the implementation of the three-year industry development plan.
The HKCTC was set up in September 2009 to advise the Chief Executive on the overall development strategy of the industry. In March 2010, it submitted a three-year development plan for the testing and certification industry to the Government. The Government accepted all of the HKCTC's recommendations in April 2010.
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