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Facts & Figures

  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

Recognised Regional Cooperation Bodies

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

ILAC – ITU Partnership

  The International Telecommunications Union (ITU), the International Accreditation Forum (IAF) and the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The ITU-IAF-ILAC MoU was signed on 14 May 2012 and strengthens the three organizations’ commitment to cooperation and collaboration, and will lend further impetus to the development of ITU-T’s Conformity and Interoperability (C&I)

ILAC – BIPM Partnership

  ILAC has a long-standing relationship with the International Bureau for Weights and Measures (BIPM). Further information on the ILAC liaison activity with the BIPM is available from the members area of the ILAC website.   Joint CIPM-ILAC Webinar: Digital Transformation in the context of Accreditation This free CIPM-ILAC Webinar titled: Digital Transformation in the

Publications List

The following is a listing of titles of all ILAC public documents. A list of withdrawn documents is also available here. Promotional Brochures   ILAC B1:10/2015 Why Use an Accredited Laboratory? ILAC B3:10/2015 How Does Using an Accredited Laboratory Benefit Government & Regulators? ILAC B4:11/2015 The Advantages of Being An Accredited Laboratory ILAC B5:01/2018 Securing testing, measurement

Policy Documents (P Series)

ILAC Policy and Procedural publications are for the operation of the ILAC Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA) and form part of the criteria for ILAC MRA evaluations. This document provides details on the objectives, foundation, management, procedures and decisions associated with the ILAC MRA.   This document describes the elements of the ILAC Mutual Recognition Arrangement (hereinafter referred

ILAC – WADA Partnership

  ILAC and the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) have a long-standing relationship. Accreditation of anti-doping laboratories by an ILAC MRA signatory is a pre-requisite for WADA accreditation.ILAC and WADA work together to formally recognise the technical competence of the anti-doping laboratories and this then leads to community confidence in laboratory outputs which are measurement results that are fit for their intended

ILAC’s Role

The primary purpose of ILAC is to establish an international arrangement between member accreditation bodies based on peer evaluation and mutual acceptance. ILAC is the principal international co-operation for: Developing and harmonising laboratory, inspection body, proficiency testing provider and reference material producer accreditation practices. 107 accreditation bodies from over 115 economies have signed the ILAC

 

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