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¿What is Certification?

Certification is the procedure by which an independent third party other than a producer and the buyer gives a written assurance that a product, process or service fulfills specified requirements, making it the most valuable activity in national and international commercial transactions. It is an irreplaceable toll when building trust between customer-supplier relationships. A certification system is one that has its own rules, procedures and directions to carrying out conformity certification. This system should be objective, reliable, accepted by all parts, effective, operational, and be managed in a fair and honest way. Its primary and essential goal is to provide the criteria to ensure the buyer that the product purchased meets the agreed requirements. Certification system should have the following elements.

• Rules and / or regulations.
• Accredited Laboratories.
• An accredited certification organism.

  • Benefits of Certification

    Certification is the procedure by which an independent third party other than producer and the buyer provides a written confirmation about a product, process or service which fulfills specified requirements, making it the most valuable activity in national and international commercial transactions. It is an irreplaceable toll when building trust between customer-supplier relationships. A certification system is one that has its own rules, procedures and directions to carrying out conformity certification. This system should be objective, reliable, accepted by all parts, effective, operational, and be managed in a fair and honest way. Its primary and essential goal is to provide the criteria to ensure the buyer that the product purchased meets the agreed requirements.

    Certification system should have the following elements.
    • Rules and / or regulations.
    • Existence of Accredited Laboratories.
    • Existence of an accredited certification organism.

    Benefits of Certification National:
    • Helps to improve the industrial quality system.
    • Protects and supports the use of domestic products.
    • International prestige of certified domestic products.
    • Provides a transparent market.

    Internationally:
    • Helps with foreign trade as result of trust and simplification.
    • Protects exports from technical barriers.
    • Protects consumption quality.

    Governments
    • The certification ensures that goods or services meet mandatory requirements relating to health, safety, environment and so on.
    • Serves as a control for imports and exports.
    • It is an important tool in evaluating suppliers, contracting processes and to verify that the good obtained in a contractual process is delivered in accordance with the specifications.

    Industry
    • The certification helps to comply with technical requirements set out in contractual agreements or as part of legal obligations.

    Costumer
    • Certification protects you when purchasing poor quality products or services.
    • Costumers can access to different platforms where they can file complaints or suggestions related to certified products.

    More and more companies are requiring certification as a key factor in their business relationships.

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