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Regional Cooperation Bodies Full Members (ILAC MRA Signatories) Associates Stakeholders Regional Cooperation Bodies Formally established regional accreditation cooperations having objectives similar to and compatible with ILAC, which are committed to the obligations of the ILAC Mutual Recognition Arrangement and which consist of formally nominated representatives of the accreditation interests from at least four economies. Recognised Regional
Below is a list of ILAC documents that have been withdrawn. ILAC G9:2005 Guidelines for the Selection and Use of Reference Materials Please note: ISO Guide 33:2015 Reference materials – Good practice in using reference materials replaces ILAC G9 and is available here ILAC P11:09/2009 Monitoring Performance of ILAC Evaluators The procedure for monitoring the performance of
ILAC’s international network of members consists of organisations from a diversity of global economies. These members include signatories to the ILAC Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA), Associates, Affiliates, Stakeholders and Regional Cooperation Bodies. Since the formation of the ILAC MRA in 2000, the number of accreditation body members from around the world has more
Notification on the Use of the ILAC MRA Mark on Accreditation Certificates ILAC Full Members and Regional Cooperation Bodies are reminded that in accordance with ILAC R7 – ILAC Rules for the Use of the ILAC MRA Mark, accreditation certificates containing the Combined ILAC MRA Mark, cannot be issued to accredited CABs, located in economies
The ILAC MRA links the existing regional MRAs/MLAs of the Recognised Regional Cooperation Bodies. For the purposes of the ILAC MRA, and based on ILAC’s evaluation and recognition of the regional MRAs/MLAs, ILAC delegates authority to its Recognised Regional Cooperation Bodies for the evaluation, surveillance, re-evaluation and associated decision making relating to the signatory status of the
Acceptance of an accreditation body into the ILAC MRA is dependent upon being successfully evaluated by peers from other accreditation bodies in accordance with the relevant rules and procedures contained in ILAC publications. Each accreditation body that is a signatory to the ILAC MRA commits to: Maintain conformity with the current version of ISO/IEC 17011
ILAC is the international organisation for accreditation bodies operating in accordance with ISO/IEC 17011 and involved in the accreditation of conformity assessment bodies including calibration laboratories (using ISO/IEC 17025), testing laboratories (using ISO/IEC 17025), medical testing laboratories (using ISO 15189), inspection bodies (using ISO/IEC 17020), proficiency testing providers (using ISO/IEC 17043) and reference material producers
ILAC and the International Organization of Legal Metrology (OIML) have a long standing relationship. Memorandum of Understanding The Joint ILAC-IAF-OIML Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed on 10 October 2018 in Hamburg, Germany. Joint Assessments The Joint ILAC-OIML Assessment Procedure in the field of legal metrology was published in February 2018.
ILAC Guidance documents for accreditation bodies and accredited organisations may provide information on the interpretation of accreditation criteria for specific applications. These guidelines have been prepared to assist accreditation bodies to set up training courses that are in line with international practice and which will enable them to generate the lead assessors and technical assessors
Joint IAF and ILAC documents are used for the evaluation of regions and unaffiliated bodies. The following link provides a searchable database of questions and answers on examples of the implementation of clauses of ISO/IEC 17011 as agreed by the IAF/ILAC JWG A-Series Committee. JWG A-Series FAQs This document provides ILAC and IAF with requirements or