Inspection bodies

Accreditation of inspection bodies is carried out according to O’zDST ISO / IEC 17020 “General criteria for the work of various inspection bodies”. This document sets out the requirements for the work of various types of inspection bodies: the competence of inspection bodies, as well as the impartiality and coherence of their inspection activities. The standard divides the inspection bodies into types A, B and C. It can be used at any stage of the inspection, that is: design phase, type test, initial inspection, inspection during use or observation.

The control inspection body implementing the system based on the ISO / IEC 17020 standard, meets the expectations of the customers. The ISO / IEC 17020 standard is intended for use by a supervisory inspection body that, through the implementation of a management system, confirms the competence of inspections, inspections and assessments of people, goods, services or systems.

Advantages of accreditation according to ISO / IEC 17020:

PRESTIGE – certificates, research results, calibration certificates and other documents issued by accredited bodies are universally recognized;

CUSTOMER’S TRUST – Accreditation is an objective proof that the organization is able to satisfy the requirements of customers, and is an essential argument when choosing a service provider;

ACCURATE AND ACCURATE RESULTS OF TEST ANALYSIS AND ASSESSMENT – accreditation confirms that the results of its work are accurate and reliable;

PARTICIPATION OF RESEARCH IN DECISION-MAKING – Accredited bodies provide reliable information on the basis of which decisions can be made;

BETTER ORGANIZATION OF LABOR – improvement of qualification and competence of the personnel due to regular checks by the accreditation body, accreditation provides accurate measurement results and tests conducted in accordance with best practice.