What is accreditation?

Modified on: Mon, 6 May, 2019 at 11:51 AM

Laboratory accreditation is an assessment of facilities and operating procedures by a recognized accreditation bodies.  All aspects of laboratory activities are monitored and assess for accreditation approval.

Each of Bureau Veritas Laboratories operating facilities, including the Quality System, undergoes an assessment by an external accrediting body in order to have their policies and procedures approved and accredited. 

On occasion, Bureau Veritas customers will audit our facilities in order to satisfy requirements specific to their own business. Bureau Veritas Laboratories own Quality Assurance Department routinely monitors procedures/processes by way of compliance audits, quality system audits and method audits to ensure compliance with accreditation, client and regulatory requirements.

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