We want to ensure that our customers achieve the key benefits of investing in becoming ISO certified, particularly with respect to:
- Winning tenders with government bodies and blue chip organisations
- Reducing their risk status with regulatory bodies
- Lowering insurance premiums and improving productivity
For this reason, we strongly recommend that organisations achieve certification with a UKAS accredited body. Whilst we remain impartial on the certification body our customers use, we always strongly advise them against using a non-accredited body. Non-accredited certification or “self-certification” is highly likely to be rejected by potential customers.
For more details on the potential consequences of not selecting the UKAS accredited route to certification, click on the links to the articles below.Government Policy on using UKAS accredited certification bodies Non-accredited Certification – BIS statement Why risk it? The CQI position – accredited certification