EN ISO / IEC 17021 MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CERTIFICATION
Quality Management Systems ISO 9001,
Environmental Management Systems ISO 14001,
Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems OHSAS 18001,
Medical Devices — Quality Management Systems — ISO 13485,
HACCP Based Food Safety Management Systems ISO 22000,
Information Security Management Systems ISO 27001
Information Technology Services Management System ISO 20000
Security Management System for Supply Chain ISO 28000,
Energy management System ISO 50001,
Ship Recycling management System ISO 30000,
Business Continuity Management Systems -Requirements ISO 22301,
Asset Management-Management Systems- Requirements ISO 55001 etc.
EN ISO / IEC 17020 INSPECTION AGENCIES
EFQS inspection body accreditation covers many fields with related disciplines. Inspection bodies / and Inspection Agencies under the regulation of ISO/IEC 17020. This accreditation helps Inspection bodies to gain confidence of the customers on the technical competence and recognition of good management practice. EFQS assures transparent, independent, impartial service to its highly professional staffs.
EN ISO / IEC 17025 TESTING AND CALIBRATION BODIES
EFQS offers ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation to organizations performing various types of testing and calibration. The list below encompasses EFQS established ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation programs.
There are two main sections in ISO/IEC 17025 – Management Requirements and Technical Requirements. Management requirements are primarily related to the operation and effectiveness of the quality management system within the laboratory. Technical requirements address the competence of staff, methodology, test/calibration equipment and the test methods.
Acoustics and Vibration,Biological,Calibration,Chemical,Construction Materials,Electrical
Environmental,Forensic Examination,Geotechnical Information Technology,Mechanical
Nondestructive,Sustainable Energy Testing Thermal
EN ISO IEC 17065 CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT. REQUIREMENTS FOR BODIES CERTIFYING PRODUCTS, PROCESSES AND SERVICES
Product certification has become an important tool for businesses to show that they meet requirements, and to increase market penetration.Through third-party activities, it is also used to increase consumer confidence.Regulators use product certification extensively to verify minimum safety,energy, electrical compatibility, and other technical regulations.Manufacturers can also use product certifications as part of their criteria when choosing suppliers. Retailers, as well, have more confidence selling products that are certified.
Product certification confirms that a product, process or service has been inspected, tested and approved. But for this to be true, the relevant certification body must operate consistently in an impartial and competent way. A product certification performed by one certification body, should be equivalent to that done by another when the same product standard is used.
Product certification is probably the most visible type, as many certification bodies allow complying products to carry their mark of conformity. Consumers, regulators and other stakeholders then know that a product has been independently tested and meets the specified requirements.
It is, therefore, vital that product certification bodies operate in accordance with ISO/IEC 17065. This allows them to demonstrate that they are competent, impartial and reliable.The International Accreditation Forum, which is responsible for the mutual recognition of accredited product certification bodies, has agreed on a three-year transition period for certification bodies to demonstrate conformity with the new ISO/IEC 17065. All accredited certification bodies will have to comply with this standard.