UK and EU of Accreditation Services (UK-EU)

UK-EU have been promoting since 1998 , Personal Certification and Product Certification services. We have already spreads our roots in different countries.134 countries are the member of UK-EU. UK-EU accredits CABs who in turn certify organizations. We establish our chain to different companies to provide services and would be inviting applications worldwide.

UK and Eu of Accreditation Services (UK-EU) is the independent accreditation board providing accreditation to conformity assessment bodies (CABs) in the area of

  • Quality Management Systems (QMS)
  • Environmental Management Systems (EMS)
  • Food Safety Management Systems (FSMS)
  • Inspection
  • Product Certification (CE)
  • Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OHSMS)
  • Information Security Management Systems (ISMS)
  • Energy Management Systems (ISO – 50000)
  • Medical Devices QMS ( ISO- 13485)
  • Rating

Accreditation is the official validation or recognition of an assessment body’s proficiency, ethics, trustworthiness and independence to take on certification assessment activities.

Accreditation by a Independent Accreditation Body implies that when you pick a confirmation body to survey your activities you are picking somebody who has been looked into against characterized standards. You will realize that they have their own particular archived working framework and systems for caring of your interests. You realize that accreditation by UK-EU has given a level of assurance and plan of action that is not ordinarily accessible to business.

All organizations certificated by UK-EU accredited organizations may be independently verified and their current certification status checked Certified organization.

The Accreditation System of UK-EU 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 UK and EU, we do not certify or inspect organizations, 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:

  1. business process and innovation
  2. health and human services
  3. product certification
  4. food and biological systems
  5. Environment.

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

Accreditation benefits are-

  • Knowing that your Certifying Body are being constantly monitored.
  • Having recourse to a higher level of authority if needed.
  • Knowing that the Certifying Body operates to defined procedures that are continually reviewed.
  • Knowing that you have a balanced level of service that does not compromise your business operations.
  • Knowing that you have someone to turn to if you have a problem with the quality of supplies or products.

For Government

There are many duties placed on government departments, local authorities and other agencies to ensure that trust is maintained. Whether it be health, water quality, food, consumer goods or transport safety, for example, the public sector provides the framework for the assurance that goods and services are safe and the environment we live in is clean and secure.

Accreditation by UK-EU can also limit the need for government to regulate industry and the professions. It provides an alternative means of ensuring the reliability of activities that have the potential to impact on public confidence or the national reputation. UK, where requested, assesses organizations and recommends to government their appointment as Notified Bodies as required by EU Directives and Regulations.

For Business

Companies big and small buy independent evaluations either through choice (to reduce the risk of product failure for example) or as a consequence of legal requirements (such as health and safety regulations). Most commonly these evaluations are calibration of equipment, product testing, and inspection of equipment and certification of quality management systems.