“Our time is your money.” Consider that a mantra in preparing for the accreditation process. Achieving accreditation under the ASTM E2659-18 Certificate Accreditation Program is […]
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ANAB offers accreditation to numerous standards, including ISO/IEC 17021-1 (for certification to ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001, ISO 22000, ISO/IEC 27001, and more) ISO/IEC 17025, ISO 15189, ISO/IEC 17065, ISO/IEC 17024, ASTM E2659, ISO/IEC 17043, ISO 17034, ISO 14065, and ISO/IEC 17020.
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Introduction to Certificate Accreditation Terms “ASTM E2659-18,” “CDIP,” “Surveillance,” “Summative Assessment” … You would not be alone if you weren’t sure if these terms are […]
Financial management is the cornerstone of any business. Spend too much, your business goes under; don’t spend enough, your product suffers. All businesses walk this […]
Using Accredited Calibration Laboratories in Automotive Manufacturing Since the publication of the third edition of QS-9000 in 1998, the automotive manufacturing community has been seeking […]
Criterion Referenced Assessments (CRA) studies (sometimes known as “standard setting studies”) are used in the training industry to determine passing scores in training programs. Time, […]
Almost daily, ANAB is asked the same question: During the Global Pandemic, can Inspection Bodies Still Get Accreditation? The short answer to this question is […]
The “certificate term” is so important in the ASTM E2659-18 standard that not only does it define “certificate term” but it also gives the phrase […]
What exactly is meant by the term “Instructional design model” as referenced in ASTM E2659-18 section 6.1.1 and what would be considered evidence of compliance […]
ANAB has been recognized as an accreditation body by the FSSC 22000 Foundation for the FSSC 22000 food safety management system scheme for 10 years. […]
A topic that generates a lot of confusion, questions, and non-conformities in the Certificate Accreditation Program (CAP) accreditation process are three foundational practices that may […]