The American Accreditation The International Accreditation Service , provides objective evidence that an organization operates at the highest level of ethical, legal and technical standards for all Organization in the Egypt and Middle East.
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The American The International Accreditation Service provides global, reliable, objective and accessible accreditation services complying to the highest level of ethical, legal and technical standards. IAS is committed to safeguarding impartiality and management of any conflict of interest arising from its accreditation activities. IAS, by ensuring compliance to the IAS management system, does not allow commercial, financial or other pressures to compromise its impartiality, confidentiality or independence.
IAS is a nonprofit, public-benefit corporation that has been providing accreditation services since 1975. IAS accredits a wide range of companies and organizations including governmental entities, commercial businesses, and professional associations. IAS accreditation programs are based on recognized national and international standards that ensure domestic and/or global acceptance of its accreditations. IAS receives funding revenue through the provision of accreditation services, and the renewal of these services, as well as training offerings. These revenues are further used to participate and engage in developing industry based accreditation programs, domestic and international schemes including participation in standards development. IAS also maintains signatory status in a number of global multilateral recognition arrangements under Asia Pacific Accreditation Cooperation (APAC), International Accreditation Forum (IAF) and International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC). IAS is a member of the ICC Family of Solutions.
As one of the leading accreditation bodies in the United States, IAS is a signatory to the three primary international organizations that form a unified system for evaluating and recognizing competent accreditation bodies worldwide. These organizations are identified as “cooperations” because they have agreed to cooperate with one another by adhering to a common set of accreditation criteria and to undergo periodic onsite evaluation to determine ongoing compliance with ISO/IEC Standard 17011, General Requirements for accreditation bodies accrediting conformity assessment bodies (CABs). Being a “signatory” means that an accreditation body has been evaluated onsite at its offices, a sampling of the assessments of its accredited entities have been witnessed by peer experts, and that it has been found to comply with international requirements.
These organizations agree to recognize the equivalence of accreditations granted by other signatory member accreditation bodies through a series of Mutual (or Multilateral) Recognition Arrangements (MRAs/MLAs). Once an accreditation body becomes a signatory it is obligated to recognize the certificates or reports issued by conformity assessment bodies accredited by all other signatories within a specified scope. The following organizations below make up the unified system for recognition of competent accreditation bodies (ABs).
American Accreditation Vision, Mission and Quality Policy:–
To protect lives and property through accreditation of competent organizations providing services, products, and oversight worldwide.
To provide the highest quality accreditation services for all concerned with public safety and sustainability through the principle of “One Test, One Inspection, One Certification Worldwide.”
International Accreditation Service is committed to operating its accreditation programs and related services in compliance with ISO/IEC Standard 17011, national and international conformity assessment requirements and the needs and requirements of its customers. Through regular internal audits, management reviews, customer surveys and other relevant measures, IAS will strive to maintain a consistent culture of quality, professionalism and competence.
Who Does IAS Accredit?
IAS accredits a wide range of companies and organizations involved in conformity assessment activities such as testing, inspection, certification, fabrication, code compliance and enforcement.
A pioneer in the accreditation profession, IAS actively develops new accreditation programs for organizations seeking to demonstrate the highest level of competence and service in their respective industries.
For more information on the kinds of companies we accredit, please visit our Accreditation Program page.
The Accreditation Process:-
American accredits organizations by verifying their technical competence and assessing their quality management systems based on recognized industry standards.
The accreditation process begins with the customer’s submittal of an application, applicable fees, and documentation cited in the applicable accreditation criteria.
Once the data has been reviewed and determined to comply with the applicable criteria, IAS matches an assessment team, comprising quality system, technical, and subject matter experts, to the requested scope of accreditation. The team conducts an on-site assessment and develops an assessment report.
After satisfying American accreditation requirements and demonstrating technical competence, the customer receives an accreditation certificate.
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