• 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.

Costs And Timeframes For Achiving Accreditation

These are common questions asked by applicants seeking ACBCB accreditation. There is no one precise answer, but the following information provides the factors that can effect the costs and timeframes associated within Achieving accreditation from ACBCB:

How much will accreditation cost?

The costs of accreditation differ based on the following factors:

  • Size of the body seeking accreditation
  • The complexity of the organisation, as this will have an effect on assessment durations
  • The number of sites from which services are offered
  • The number of schemes and standards that the body wishes to be accredited for
  • The technical scope that the body is seeking accreditation for, that is the number of technical sectors
  • The number of countries that the body wishes to be accredited for

These factors will affect the number and type of assessments to be undertaken during the initial assessment and for ongoing surveillance.

Once accredited, the annual fees and certificate fees will be charged. These are published through our accreditation manual, available to all applicant and accredited bodies.

How long will it take for our organisation to become accredited after we apply?

The length of time that it will take to gain accreditation will be dependent on how well prepared the applicant is. The major issues that we encounter with applications that extend out the timeframes include:

  • Poor quality documentation. As a document review against the accreditation requirements is undertaken prior to an on-site assessment poor documentation may mean that there are several nonconformities that need to be addressed before the application can be progressed.
  • Lack of evidence of implementation of the structural requirements of the accreditation criteria. The criteria require particular structures to be formed, such as mechanisms to ensure impartiality. We often find that there is a lack of understanding around these requirements, and poor implementation.
  • Lack of evidence implementation of procedures. This is often detected at the initial assessment, where practices and procedures just do not match, and so nonconformities are raised that need to be addressed before accreditation can be granted.

If all is in good order, ACBCB can usually schedule the first visit within three months of receipt of application, with the complete process taking between 6-8 months from application to accreditation.

Fees Structure

The fee structure is based on the following criteria:

  • Application Fee
  • Program Fee
  • Assessment Fee
  • Certification Fee

Application Fee

This is the Initial Amount which has be remitted by the applicant Organization to proceed with desired accreditation program. This shall be paid in Advance.

Program Fee

Program fee is the Amount paid for the desired Accreditation, and does not include Assessment, Travel , Lodging & Boarding and Translation fees etc .

Assessment Fee

Amount Paid for the involvement of auditor and Technical expert or other required Resources.

Certification Fee

This amount is paid per Certificate issued by the organizations.

For Detailed info:

Download the Fee Structure
                

Write to info@acbcb.org

Mode Of Payment

Payments may be made via bank Transfer ( Cheque and DD can be accepted )
Non-UK based Organizations are made by Bank Transfer.

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