Accreditation is an important tool for decision-making and risk management. Organizations can save time and resources by choosing an accredited and thus, competent render of services. Accurate measurements and tests that are carried out by accreditation entities in accordance with the requirements of international standards reduce the possibility of product deficiency. Accreditation reduces costs for business when exporting its products to abroad through a system of international agreements by lowering or eliminating the necessity for repetitive tests in other country. Using the services of accreditation entities of conformity assessment will help to demonstrate the quality and, respectively, competiveness of manufactured products (services).
Accreditation provides consumers a high-quality guarantee for conformity verification services for products, services and measurement accuracy.
Accreditation is a recognized mechanism in the international practice to ensure public confidence in the quality and safety of products and services. Accreditation is an effective means to support regulatory bodies by transferring competency assessment functions to Accreditation Body.
Accreditation is an evidence of the competency of an organization to carry out conformity assessment in certain areas. Accreditation provides a legal force to conformity assessment results, since it is carried out on legislative basis. Accredited bodies gain international recognition that facilitates recognition of their results abroad through the system of international agreements. Accreditation process imposes discipline which is an instrument of good governance. In addition, accreditation eliminates many hidden costs associated with gaining a reliable reputation in the market and supporting this reputation on continuous basis.