To provide service and recognition of the quality of certification services, we are committed to carrying out accreditation from domestic and international accreditation agencies. Many accreditation agencies exist in the world. To determine which is the best, certainly depends on the characteristics and objectives of the organization that will perform the certification. Some examples of certification body accreditation bodies:
Certification is a fantastic business asset but there is sometimes a misunderstanding about certification that governments deem it to be mandatory and, secondly, that all certification bodies have to be accredited by a National Accreditation Body which is the only accreditation body permitted to operate. This is simply not true. The UK Department for Business Innovation and Skills' (BIS) official policy principles on Conformity Assessment and Accreditation in the UK clearly states
"Accreditation is applicable to both the regulated and non-regulated sectors but should remain voluntary unless required by specific legislation."
In 1995, ASCB, the Accreditation Service for Certifying Bodies (Europe) Ltd. was formed to accredit a range of non-governmental certifying bodies that assess products, personnel and management systems.
Provides accreditation for Conformity Assessment Bodies (LPK) for Inspection Bodies (hereinafter referred to as LI). The Inspection Body shall comply with ISO / IEC 17020: 2012 General requirements of various inspection bodies "which is an identical adoption of ISO / IEC 17020: 2012" General criteria for the operation of various types of inspecting bodies"
The existence of the Inspection Agency as a third party / independent in the certification system is a mediator between producers and consumers in the assurance of the work, of, or certain specifications of an object being inspected.
Implementation of the inspection system is a mandatory requirement in implementing supervisory and regulatory functions, even for situations of conformity to certain standards. The results of the examination (a certificate in the form of conformity or a reference for other certification systems).
Accreditation is the formal recognition that an organisation is competent to perform specific processes, activities, or tasks (which are detailed in a scope of accreditation) in a reliable credible and accurate manner. The provision of accreditation must:
be objective, transparent and effective;
use highly professional competent assessors and technical experts in all relevant fields;
use assessors (and subcontractors) that are reliable, ethical and competent in both accreditation processes and the relevant technical fields.
Accreditation delivers confidence in certificates and conformity statements. It underpins the quality of results by ensuring their traceability, comparability, validity and commutability.
These values are: Professionalism, Responsibility, Innovation, Delivery and Excellence which form the acronym: PRIDE.
Accreditation adds value to the ever growing and increasingly complicated market chain in many ways, including by providing a symbol of assurance that certifiers and inspectors are independent and competent to perform their duties.
Accredited certification and inspection of products, processes and people called conformity assessment has a ripple effect through the market chain, right to the consumer. It gives consumers confidence that their purchases meet specified standards and are quality assured. This includes retailers, wholesalers and individual consumers.