• ISO 17025
  • ISO 14001
  • ISO 27001
  • ISO 18001
  • ISO 9001
  • ISO 22000
  • Hospital Management System
ISO 170251 ISO 140012 ISO 270013 ISO 180014 ISO 90015 ISO 220004 Hospital Management System5

World Accreditation Day

  • June 9, marks World Accreditation Day (WAD) as a global initiative jointly established by the International Accreditation Forum (IAF) and International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) to raise awareness of the importance of accreditation-related activities. The inaugural WAD was celebrated in 2008.
  • The theme for 2019 World Accreditation Day is “Accreditation: Adding Value to Supply Chains” and highlights the role of accreditation in adding value to supply chains. Supply chains provide a vital role in delivering products and services for consumers, business and the public sector in a timely, cost-efficient and quality manner. Supply chains are constantly evolving from complex systems crossing multiple borders to new and diverse supply chains aimed at ensuring all stakeholders’ requirements are met, including the need for ensuring sustainability and responsible supply.

ACBCB Accreditation:
The Reflective Approach !

  • Prerna Systems and Services
    Pvt. Ltd Accreditation Granted
    for ISO 9001, ISO
    22000:2018. Dated 02 Aug
    2019.
  • International Community &
    Management
    Certifications Granted ACBCB- PERSONNEL
    and ACBET_Accreditation Dated 03 Jan 2019
  • The requirements of the international standard ISO/IEC 17011, General requirements for bodies which is providing assessments and accreditation of conformity assessment bodies.

Assessor Registration

  • ACBCB is looking for Accreditation Assessors & Technical Experts for their various conformity assessment accreditation schemes. In case you are interested you may download the registration pack from the ACBCB website published under documentation or can be checked at the sitemap. Alternately you may contact ACBCB Head Office.

A Brief History

The Accreditation System of United Kingdom and India, Former known as (ACBCB-UK and ACBCB-INDIA) As Accreditation Conformity Board for Certification Bodies (ACBCB) helps markets work better by providing internationally recognised accreditation services that create economic benefit.

Accreditation has many flow-on benefits throughout the market chain for business, regulators and government by:

  • reducing compliance and transaction costs,
  • reducing risk,
  • streamlining operations,
  • breaking down barriers to trade, which provides greater access to foreign markets; and
  • providing assurance that goods and services sold are safe and can be used for their intended purpose.

These strengthen national, Trans-Tasman and international trade and commerce.

Accreditation adds value to the ever growing and increasingly complicated market chain in many ways, including by providing a symbol of assurance that certifiers and inspectors are independent and competent to perform their duties.

Accredited certification and inspection of products, processes and people—called conformity assessment—has a ripple effect through the market chain, right to the consumer. It gives consumers confidence that their purchases meet specified standards and are quality assured. This includes retailers, wholesalers and individual consumers.

At ACBCB, we do not certify or inspect organisations, products or people; rather, we accredit the bodies that do. We do so by developing the assessment criteria certifiers and inspectors must meet to become accredited under these themes:

  • business and innovation
  • health and human services
  • product certification
  • food and biological systems
  • environment

Accreditation is a symbol of assurance—a valuable asset in itself. The ACBCB symbol is a mark of quality and reliability. It flags that a certifier or inspector can be counted on to impartially determine if organisations, products and people conform to specified requirements. This gives certifiers, inspectors and their client organisations a competitive edge.

The Accreditation Conformity Board for Certification Bodies was formed to accredit a range of international non-governmental certifying bodies that assess products, personnel and management systems. 

We are proudly independent and free of political interference. Our market strength lies in not being a government or the nationally appointed accreditation body (NAB). We seek only to benefit our prospective partners and the public by processes of openness, simplicity and technical validation.  For more details on the accreditation services we offer and details of our authority,

Certification is a fantastic business asset but there is sometimes a misunderstanding about certification that governments deem it to be mandatory and, secondly, that all certification bodies have to be accredited by a National and International Accreditation Body, when in fact accreditation remains voluntary. However, if you do specifically require accredited conformity assessment services in the sense of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008, you should contact the European co-operation for Accreditation (EA) or your countries National Accreditation Body

ACBCB is in fact one of the leading international accreditation bodies in the world, respected for its integrity, practicality and impartiality. We belong to the International Independent Accreditation Forum (iIAF), an international association for accreditation, which promotes best practices in quality assurance worldwide and we pride ourselves on being technically outstanding without being overly formal or stuffy.

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