Accreditation Benefits


Accreditation -

Generally the purpose for obtaining something individually examined is to validate it fulfills particular needs in order to minimize risks. Apparent good examples are product inability, health risks, company reputation or to meet up with legal or customer requirements. Anything or anyone can be examined - products, equipment, people, management systems or organizations.

Accreditation by WFSC means that evaluators i.e. testing and calibration labs, certification and examination bodies have been examined against globally accepted requirements to demonstrate their proficiency, impartiality and functionality capacity.

It is the capability to differentiate between a confirmed, skilled evaluator that guarantees that the choice of a laboratory, certification or inspection body is an educated selection and not a gamble. WFSC accreditation means the evaluator can display to its customer that it has been prosperous at meeting the needs of international accreditation standards.

This signifies that the customer minimizes the risk of choosing an unskilled evaluator and spending for, or more critically, acting upon unacceptable results.


Many governing bodies and government organizations prove their assistance for accreditation by stating:  

“Accreditation is important for the proper functioning of a translucent and quality-focused market.”

The particular advantages of attaining accreditation from the WFSC can be summarized as follows:

  • Demonstration of your proficiency
  • Evidence of your self-sufficiency
  • Verification of your ethics and professionalism
  • Accomplish global recognition for your organization
  • Upkeep of your overall performance by normal monitoring by an impartial third party


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