Accreditation Benefits


Accreditation Benefits

Accreditation is a way to demonstrate quality and competence. It has positive effects for authorities, purchasers, industry, manufacturers and consumers.

Accreditation Benefits

We can list main benefits of accreditation as:

  • Provides greater safety for the customer
  • Means increased competitiveness
  • Provides “orderliness” of activities and minimises the risk of errors
  • May be necessary to be considered for an assignment
  • Simplifies global trade

Accredited bodies performing conformity assessment services meet all required standards, as well as regulatory requirements and sector specific criteria, in terms of:

  • Technical competence;
  • Independence, impartiality and integrity;
  • Risk management;
  • Adequate use of human and equipment resources;
  • Mechanism for continuous improvement of product and service quality;
  • Complaint and appeal system.

Accreditation supports the market in facilitating the movement of goods and services where demand for quality and safety is growing. It offers a harmonized, transparent and sustainable approach which:

  • Helps fulfil legal requirements at reasonable costs;
  • Enables innovation;
  • Reduces the need for regulators to use their own resources;
  • Builds consumers’ and businesses’ confidence.