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 Edition 217, July 2017

The UKAS Publications List is updated on the final working day of each month.

Organisations are required to comply with current editions of all UKAS publications relevant to their areas of accreditation or application and should also be aware of international publications relevant to their areas of accreditation, available from the EA, IAF and ILAC websites (see links below). Organisations must ensure that they either have current copies of relevant publications or have web access to those documents.

For a complete printable list of UKAS publications see the UKAS Publications List (M4).

For a list of revisions to publications during the last calendar month, see changes since the previous edition.

For all historic changes, see the Publications: Change History page.

Publications for all organisations Publications relating to Certification / Verification Body Accreditation Publications relating to Inspection Body Accreditation
Publications relating to Proficiency Testing Accreditation Publications relating to Laboratory Accreditation Technical Policy Statements
Publications relating to EC Directives and Regulations Publications relating to Imaging Services Accreditation (ISAS) Publications relating to Physiological Services Accreditation (IQIPS)

 

Note: The 'Publications relating to Certification Body Accreditation'  page also includes publications relating to Verification Body Accreditation.

UKAS publications are available free of charge on this website as pdf files.

 

Other Publications

EA publications (published by the European co-operation for Accreditation) are available as free downloads from the EA website.

ILAC publications (published by the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation) are available as free downloads from the ILAC website

IAF publications (published by the International Accreditation Forum) are available as free downloads from the IAF website.

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.

Note: ISO/IEC and BS EN Standards are not available from UKAS; these should be obtained directly from British Standards or ISO.

Further information:

 

Link to UNSUBSCRIBE from UKAS publications