UKAS Accredited Certification Bodies
2SB will only recommend certification bodies that provide UKAS accredited certification. In doing so we can ensure that the certifcation we help our clients to achieve will meet their own clients needs, expectations and tender requirements.
Using a UKAS accredited certification body brings credibility and consistency to the external audit function of the certification process. These certification bodies themselves have to meet the requirements and become certified to ISO 17021 - 'Conformity Assessment - Requirments for bodies providing audit and certification of management systems'.
By using UKAS accredited certification bodies we can therefore be confident that they will deliver external audits in a recognised approach and to a consistent standard for our clients.
Below are some of the certification bodies currently used across our client base:
Each certification body however offers certification to various standards across a range of industries. To find a UKAS accredited certfication body to meet your needs visit the UKAS website here or alternatively get in touch with 2SB through our website or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org and we can guide you through the process.
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