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Accredited ISO certificates

Accredited ISO certificates

Accredited ISO Certificate post will help you to understand what is accredited and what is non-accredited certificate.

ACCREDITED ISO CERTIFICATE:

Accredited means authorized by third party  or by accreditation body. This type of certificates are widely used  ISO certificates. It can be required by your buyers and in tender business.

  • Usually two logos are in accredited certificate. One logo is from CB(Certification Body) and another one is from AB(Accreditation Body)
  • The price of accredited certificates are higher than non-accrdited iso certificatees. Because extra fee is paid by CB to the AB.
  • Required documents and audit is mandatory for this  certification.
  • Ensures better quality management system
  • For internal development of any company this type of certificates are required
  • Auditor’s competence are checked bay CB/AB
  • Worldwide acceptable

NON-ACCREDITED ISO CERTIFICATE:

Non-accredited means there is no authorization of your certificate from third party or accreditation body. It’s value is less. Because there is no supervising activities for this certification bodies.

  • Only one logo  is used in this certificate. That is CB’s logo.
  • The price of non-accredited ISO certificates are less than accredited iso certificates. Because extra fee is not paid by CB to the AB.
  • Documentation and audit rules may be violated by the CB.
  • It does not ensure quality management system is established or not.
  • It does not ensures internal development by this certification.
  • Auditor’s skill are not checked by AB.
  • Worldwide not acceptable

WHO PROVIDES ACCREDITED CERTIFICATES IN BANGLADESH?

In Bangladesh IQS Audits Ltd, a UK based multinational certification body who provides accredited certificates in Bangladesh through Advanced Assessment Services

WHO PROVIDES NON-ACCREDITED CERTIFICATES?

Some Indian companies provide non-accredited certificates in Bangladesh.

 

FINAL WORD FOR  ISO CERTIFICATE SEEKERS:

Ask your tenderer or buyer actually which type of ISO Certificate  they want? Is it accredited or non-accredited? At the same time ask your Certification Body(CB) what certificate they provides?

 

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