• 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 2020 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
  • International Community &
    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.

How To Become Accredited?

ACBCB accepts applications for accreditation from Conformity Assessment Bodies (CABs) around the world. The general steps that apply to ACBCB accreditation are outlined below.

1. Enquiry and Application Form

Enquiry and Application forms are publicly available documents which can either be download from www.acbcb.org or collect from ACBCB office. Fill forms along with required information and all the supporting documents should be submitted to ACBCB. The first stage of the accreditation process is for the CAB to complete and return their application, including relevant documentation requested within the application form, along with payment. Application fees are non- refundable. Applicants will be acknowledged further information/clarifications will be requested if necessary.

2. Document and Record Review

Application and supporting documents submitted by the Applicant body or CAB will be reviewed in order to verify compliance in accordance with the relevant Standard by a competent Lead Assessor appointed by ACBCB. Applicant body or CAB shall take necessary corrective actions on the deficiencies indicated in the report within specified time period.

3. Pre-Assessment

Pre-assessment is conducted by Lead assessor /Assessment team in order to verify whether documented procedures are in place. ACBCB selects an assessment team who undertake an on-site assessment at the applicant's offices. The assessment team also witnesses the applicant's team undertaking assessment activity at their client's premises. At the completion of the assessments the assessment team writes a report of their findings along with recommendations. A detailed feedback report will be issued.

4. Initial Assessment

It is the final audit for the grant of accreditation. A team consisting of ACBCB assessor and/ technical experts will conduct the initial assessment. If accreditation is not approved, the applicant is advised of the reasons for the decision. A further application may be considered at a later date. Once an applicant is accredited regular visits are made to the CAB's offices to assess the CAB's ongoing compliance with the accreditation criteria. ACBCB also selects a sample of CAB auditors and inspectors for witnessing activities. A complete reassessment takes place every three years.

5. Submission of Corrective Actions

The Applicant body/CAB shall submit objective evidence for corrective actions taken. This is applicable to all stages where corrective actions are involved.

6. Recommendation by Assessment Team

The assessment team will make a recommendation to Accreditation Approval Committee regarding Grant of accreditation.

7. Grant of Accreditation

If the Accreditation Approval Committee is satisfied with the recommendations of the assessment team, the applicant body/CAB will be granted accreditation with the approval.

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