Case studies help UKAS illustrate the benefits of accreditation effectively - the case studies below demonstrate how UKAS accreditation has successfully helped organisations in various sectors.
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Accredited-certification to the BRC standard builds in food safety processes to our business, and is a pre-requisite to trade with most of the major retailers.
Independent third party assessment by a UKAS-accredited organisation underpins the Council's ability to achieve high standards of service delivery and corporate governance.
The Metropolitan Police Service is the first police force to gain UKAS accreditation to ISO/IEC 17025:2005 in England and Wales.
Many tenders for supplying into Government departments or blue-chip companies require that a business has had its management system certified by an organisation accredited by UKAS.
UKAS accreditation is a pre-requisite whenever we are choosing an organisation to work with to help us manage asbestos. We do not however look for UKAS accreditation in one area of asbestos management. We would look for it in all areas.
The benefit of accredited-certification to the bottom line of our business is that we can now bid for contracts that we werenít previously able to.
UKAS accreditation of the EMAS verifier ensures that the Council and its stakeholders can have confidence in the registration process. UKAS accreditation of the EMAS verifier ensures that the Council and its stakeholders can have confidence in the registration process.
The Cobalt Unit Appeal Fund (Cheltenham Imaging Centre) is the first UK imaging service to be accredited by UKAS to the Imaging Services Accreditation Scheme (ISAS) Standard. Their accreditation demonstrates the organisationís competence to deliver against key quality measures related to patient and clinical outcomes.
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