The National Accrediting Authority (NAH) has delivered outstanding results last year, the most important ones being: reaching full membership of the European co-operation for Accreditation (EA), joining the Multilateral Agreement (MLA) and reaching the ILAC MRA status. In addition to performing on the European and the world stage the NAH had to fulfil its duties on home turf as well, this foreshadows that we cannot lay back, on the contrary. It must be noted that the priorities will shift this year towards the local tasks, this does not mean of course that the international performance will get less attention.
We may be authority in our name, but we are providers. And for our motto to work the NAH has to operate at the highest level. For this to come true we have laid down a number of requirements.
2. Communication – open, unequivocal and regular
3. Criteria – uniformed for all
4. Training – for employees and accreditors
5. Evaluation – uniformed end clear, along the way of accrediting and at the closing of the process
6. Cooperation – with all members concerned
7. Constructive – the authority that provides
By fulfilling these steps we aim to make NAH an Excellence Centre.
Our upmost goals for 2017 are to lay down the foundations of E-accrediting that we will start experimentally in 2018. Furthermore we wish to create unified document managing along the way of a strategy that is comprehensible to all with simplified language.
Devecz Miklós, Director General
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