» Resources for promoting your accreditation

UKAS is committed to an active campaign aimed at driving up levels of awareness across Government and all sectors of the economy. As part of this programme, UKAS has developed a number of materials that you, as accredited organisations, can use to support your promotional activities.

Promotional Brochures

A series of promotional brochures can be downloaded, distributed or hyperlinked, to support quotations or direct marketing. If you would like a high resolution PDF to print hard copies of any of the brochures please email communications@ukas.com.

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Promotional Videos

A set of videos and case studies promoting accreditation are hosted on UKAS’ Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/UKAStv, which can be linked to or embedded on your website.

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Social Media

UKAS has an active LinkedIn and Twitter account. Accredited customers are encouraged to follow UKAS to access the latest news, and to share information about accreditation with your followers. Click on the icons at the top of the page.

UKAS Update

UKAS produces a quarterly electronic newsletter which contains information that is relevant for accredited organisations and their clients. Please forward the newsletter within your organisation and to your clients encouraging them to subscribe. Click to subscribe.

 

 


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Supporting Information

There is a range of supporting material available online that supports your accredited status, and can be used to promote the use of accredited services. These include:

  • Expected outcomes of accredited certification to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 – IAF and ISO joint statements to promote a common focus throughout the conformity assessment chain to enhance the value and relevance of accredited certification.
  • Joint ISO-ILAC-IAF communiqués that laboratories and inspection bodies can provide to clients to clarify that accreditation to ISO/IEC 17025, ISO/IEC 17020 and ISO 15189 meets the principles of ISO 9001 and is aligned with its pertinent requirements: