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Accreditation body AB
For the purposes of the CCPI it defines an accreditation body (AB) as an organisation that: “Provides an independent accreditation service to determine the capability of parties to carry out matters such as testing, calibration, certification and inspection in accordance with agreed standards. E.G., the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) is the National accreditation body for the UK.”
- Accreditation in the construction industry
- CE marking in the construction industry
- Construction Products Regulation CPR.
- How to check certification (e.g. ISO 9001, ISO 45001, UKAS etc.).
- Post-Grenfell product code combats misleading marketing.
- Third party accreditation.
- United Kingdom Accreditation Service UKAS.
- Water Regulations Advisory Scheme WRAS.
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