We inform you, that the National Accreditation Authority (NAH) has become on 5th October 2016 the signatory to Multilateral Agreement of the European co-operation for Accreditation (EA MLA) with effect from 6th October 2016 in the fields of:
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A publication entitled Establishing accreditation in developing economies – A guide to opening the door for global trade was launched at the ILAC – IAF Joint General Assembly.
The guideline consists of two parts, the first fragment highlights the significance of an accreditation system that can reinforce good governance. The document provides policymakers with a frameworks for founding an accreditation organisation or to cooperate with neighbouring countries that can bring the economy closer to its trading partners.
The second part gives practical advice to the agents who are carrying out the launch of the accreditation body. Later case studies offer an illustration of practical applications of the guidance provided in the publication.
The paper was created by the United Nations Development Organisation (UNIDO), in cooperation with the International Accreditation Forum (IAF) and the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) and can be reached under the link.
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