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EAS INTERNATIONAL CONTROLA AND CERTIFICATION is an independent organization established by professional staff which is the legal record for Control and Technical inspection. Every work accomplished with the relevant procedures based on international standard and Accreditation rules - implemented ISO 17021 Standard from 31.07.2008 and ensure professional works and international registration, EAS is a member of The BQF (The British Quality Foundation) No: 57874.
We want to provide your organization (private/government) to find the best solutions for their transformation into successful and sustainable in the business excellence.
Conformity assessment involves a set of processes that show your product, service or system meets the requirements of a standard.
- Undergoing the conformity assessment process has a number of benefits:
It provides consumers and other stakeholders with added confidence.
It gives your company a competitive edge.
It helps regulators ensure that health, safety or environmental conditions are met.
The main forms of conformity assessment are testing, certification, and inspection.
- In addition, ISO has a committee, CASCO, that develops standards and addresses issues related to conformity assessment
-Get an overview of conformity assessment official by The International Organization for Standardization ISO,
Certification is the provision by an independent body of written assurance (a certificate) that the product, service or system in question meets specific requirements. Certification is also known as third party conformity assessment.
Many companies and organizations decide to get certified to one of ISO’s management system standards, such as ISO 9001. This is a way of showing outsiders that the organisation has an effective quality management system in place. Read more about getting certified to ISO’s management system standards. official by The International Organization for Standardization ISO,
Choosing a certification body, When choosing a certification body, you should:
Evaluate several certification bodies.
Check if the certification body uses the relevant CASCO standard
Check if it is accredited. Accreditation is not compulsory, and non-accreditation does not necessarily mean it is not reputable, but it does provide independent confirmation of competence. see more in officat The International Organization for Standardization ISO,
Accreditation – the formal recognition by an independent body, generally known as an accreditation body, that a certification body operates according to international standards.see more in officat The International Organization for Standardization ISO,
Testing is the determination of one or more of an object or product’s characteristics and is usually performed by a laboratory.
For example, many people have their blood tested which involves analysing the blood against a number of characteristics such as whether it shows the presence of a disease, or genetic disorder.
CASCO has developed a number of standards that laboratories can follow to help ensure that their results can be trusted.official by The International Organization for Standardization ISO,
Inspection describes the regular checking of a product to make sure it meets specified criteria.
Fire extinguishers, for example, need regular inspections to ensure they are safe for use.
CASCO has developed a number of standards that inspection bodies can follow to help ensure that we can trust their work.official by The International Organization for Standardization ISO.
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