Transfer to International Certifications

Our transfer process is SIMPLE and SEAMLESS; we have taken out all the complications to help you move to us!!!!!

If you are serious about receiving value from the certification process and you want to be associated with a prestigious internationally recognised Conformity Assessment Body (CAB) with a proven track record of excellence; then the obvious choice is to transfer your certification to International Certifications.

Many organisations are too scared to change as they would rather deal with the “devil they know”……. Change to International Certifications and start reaping the true benefits of certification today!

At International Certifications we make the transfer process quick, painless, easy and best of all free of charge. We even manage the process for you.


Quick easy steps to changing to International Certifications:

Step 1 – Contact your local International Certifications office or complete the on-line quotation request

Step 2 – We will provide you with an obligation free fixed fee quotation

Step 3 – Simply complete the application for assessment (last 2 pages of the quotation)

Step 4 – We assign you a suitable Client Manager that can help you through the process

Step 5 – We will request a copy of your last report and your current registration certificate

Step 6 – We process your certification and issue you with a new registration certificate and applicable logos

Step 7 – We then formally notify the old Conformity Assessment Body (CAB) on your behalf

Step 8 – We take over the management of the assessments of your management system


 

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** Companies that are already certified by another Conformity Assessment Body (that is itself accredited by an IAF/MLA signatory accreditation body) can be accepted for certification without the need for an audit. The list of IAF MLA signatories can be found at www.iaf.nu and follow the link to IAF members and then to IAF/MLA signatories. Certification which is known to have been suspended or under threat of suspension shall not be accepted for transfer.

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