NAAB Accredits ISO Registrars
North American Accreditation Bureau (NAAB) is an ISO accreditation body located in North America formed primarily to accredit North American ISO registrars. However, we now are providing ISO accreditation services to the international community. Accreditation oversight provides an important role in ensuring the quality of goods and services and in protecting our environment.
Contact us to learn more about the process, benefits and steps to becoming an ISO accredited registrar.
Using the requirements within ISO/IEC 17021-1:2015, we accredit the management systems of ISO registrars, calibration and testing labs, forensic test and calibration service providers, inspection bodies, and police crime units. We conduct periodic assessments to ensure our clients conform to international standards and are competent in their work.
Our ISO accreditation processes facilitate international trade and eliminates the expense of redundant audits and tests.
Accrediting Management Systems of ISO Registrars
Being ISO accredited demonstrates that you have met the NAAB accreditation requirements under ISO/IEC 17021. It is a means to reduce costs, provide formal recognition, assures decision-makers that your results can be relied upon and more. It takes 3 steps to become accredited and NAAB is your trusted partner to help you get started.
Learn more the benefits of accreditation and what it takes to become accredited below.