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We operate professionally and in accordance with criteria for accreditation. 

International Auditors Inc. (IAI) prides itself in being an accredited certification body for businesses worldwide.

 

International Auditors Inc. is ISO/IEC 17021-1:2015 accredited through the North American Accreditation Bureau Inc.; Certificate #1803.

 

In order to maintain our accreditation, IAI must comply with the Criteria for Accreditation; ISO/IEC 17021-1:2015, Conformity Assessment – Requirements for Bodies Providing Audit and Certification of Management Systems.

IAI is growing to become an industry leading provider of accredited ISO certification services including ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015ISO 45001:2018, ISO/IEC 20000-1:2018, ISO/IEC 27001:2022 and others. Our Aerospace (AS9100, AS9110, & AS9120) Quality Management System accreditation is based on AS9104/1:2012.

 

We understand the importance of impartiality in carrying out the organizations’ management      system certification activities, managing conflict of interest, and ensuring the objectivity of all IAI’s management system certification activities. Please see our Impartiality Statement. 

 

IAI’s mandatory auditor credentials exceeds the common industry requirements. The IAI Code of Conduct embraces and enhances the ISO/IEC 17021-1:2015 Annex D – Desired Personal Behavior

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Accreditation vs. Non-accreditation

When seeking to achieve certification to any standard in accordance with ISO/IEC standards, organizations should avoid non-accredited certification bodies. 

 

Why? Non-accredited certification bodies (and those that claim to be accredited without the recognized scheme) usually do not operate in line with the international standards that set out requirements for certification bodies (e.g. ISO/IEC 17021-1:2015). Also, they may offer consultancy services which is a violation of policies. 

 

No formally accredited certification body will offer this type of service, as the international framework recognizes the obvious conflict of interest when a single organization assesses its own work while also offering consultancy. 

 

Non-accredited certification bodies (and those that claim to be accredited without the recognized scheme) may not be subject to regular performance, quality, and competence monitoring by a national accreditation body (such as the North American Accreditation Bureau). 

 

For peace of mind, organizations should look to an accredited registrar.  

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Why IAI?

We pride ourselves on being a global certification body with a local feel. This means we can be responsive to your specific needs and changes within your industry, while ensuring that we retain and grow our expertise by sharing our knowledge around the world. We truly believe in helping our clients improve their products, processes and people so they can deliver excellent customer satisfaction. 

Our approach is supportive, systematic, and non-intrusive while meeting the rigorous technical demands and integrity of accredited certification. By using the Malcolm Baldrige Framework, a commonsense approach, we can ensure that we not only deliver the right certification for you but we can ensure we stay ahead of the game and support you as your business grows. 

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