General considerations

Accreditation is the third party attestation, which represents the confirmation of the fact that a body is competent to perform specific conformity assessment tasks. It helps to increase the competitiveness of products and services in the context of market globalization.

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International recognition

The international recognition agreements facilitate the access on the export market. The accreditation bodies can become signatories of agreements at the European level of EA-MLA and at international level of IAF-MLA, respectively ILAC-MRA.

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Areas of accreditation

Accreditation of calibration laboratories, testing laboratories, medical analysis laboratories, certification bodies for management systems, the environmental verifier, product certification bodies...

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General considerations

Updated: 2013-12-31 23:04:56

Accreditation is the third party attestation, which represents the confirmation of the fact that a body is competent to perform specific conformity assessment tasks. It helps to increase the competitiveness of products and services in the context of market globalization.

  • Accreditation:

      • Offers confidence in the technical competence, impartiality and integrity of the bodies' and laboratories that perform conformity assessment.
      • Contributes to increase competitiveness of products and services within the market globalization.
      • Contributes to promoting the free circulation of products and services.
      • Promotes the protection of life, health and the security of persons, environment and protection of consumers' interests.
  • The accreditation activity follows the basic principles:

      • Transparency and public availability
      • Public interests representation
      • Voluntary character
      • Independence towards the possible predomination of any specific interests
      • Participation of the competent bodies within the public administration
      • Impartial treatment of complaints
      • Harmonizing with the European and international accreditation rules
      • Free non-discriminatory access to accreditation
  • The accreditation is essential for:

      • The performance of a market oriented towards quality
      • Public authorities
      • Conformity assessment bodies
  • The accreditation offers many advantages to the economic actors:

      • Risks minimization
      • Avoidance of multiple assessments
      • Rising clients confidence
      • Reducing the products' recognition costs on the external markets
      • Reducing the general expenditures
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  • Accreditation

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