Progress on development of the International Accreditation Forum‘s Database of Accredited Certifications (IAF CertSearch) continues, with development of the website and data collection. According to […]
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The largest multi-disciplinary accreditation body in North America, ANAB accredits management systems certification bodies, product certification bodies, personnel certification bodies, certificate programs, food protection managers, food handler training certificate programs, calibration and testing labs, forensic service providers, inspection bodies, greenhouse gas (GHG) validation and verification bodies, reference material producers, and proficiency test providers.
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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It’s important for laboratories to plan and take action to avoid or eliminate nonconformities to reduce waste and rework, improve efficiency, and enhance customer satisfaction. […]
Accreditation of laboratories that analyze per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances is of great importance, given the persistence of and potential health and environmental risks associated with […]
Last week, Matthew Sica, Accreditation Manager, RMP, PT, and Medical, testified at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s first public hearing on how to regulate […]
There are many types of certification in the marketplace. One of the key differences among the various certifications is whether they are accredited or unaccredited. Why […]
Effective on this World Metrology Day (May 20, 2019), the International System of Units is now based on a set of definitions each linked to […]
Considered one of the most significant areas of ISO/IEC 17025, the requirements for review of requests, tenders, and contracts identifies steps to ensure the proper […]
The National Climate Assessment recently estimated the costs climate inaction would have to the U.S. economy. Such costs include slashing up to a tenth of […]
In this second of two posts on the 2019 World Accreditation Day theme of “Accreditation: Adding Value to Supply Chains,” the focus is on how […]
When a supply chain encompasses multiple countries and sites, there are challenges in terms of quality, compliance with regulations and safety standards, and environmental and […]