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As an accredited certification body, EAGLE has provided for you two sources detailing the benefits of oversight from an accreditation body.
1. A white paper authored by the ANAB on the value of ISO accredited certification.
The Value of Accreditation
2. A video created by ANSI on the value of food safety accredited certification.
Third-Party Accreditation Assures Food is Safe
Accredited Third-Party Certification... The Proof is in the Results
Explore measurable internal and external benefits conducted by IAAR and Harvard Business School.
Accredited Third-Party Food Safety Certification Audits With Independent Oversight...Why are they better?
With stronger requirements for food safety in the global market, the approach to auditing has evolved.
Corrective Action and Root Cause Analysis
Effective tools to solve internal issues or non-conformances are discussed.
Ethics and Your Supply Chain...An ISO Auditor's Opinion
Why is transparency in an organization’s environmental, safety and social impact as well as business management practices throughout the supply chain so important?
Expected Outcomes of Accredited Certification
This document summarizes the IAF and ISO joint communiques on the expected outcomes for ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.
Expected Outcomes for Accredited Certification to ISO 9001 and 14001
A concise statement of expected outcomes as a result of accredited certification to ISO 9001 and 14001 is presented in this paper published by the International Accreditation Forum (IAF).
Risk Analysis—Why It Is Important
Know why and how to build a robust risk management program.
Learn the history of various organizations created to ensure the safety of workers.
Three Quality Data Traps and How to Avoid Them
Learn what you can do to avoid the traps of electronic data.
When Is There Enough Control?
This paper discusses how auditors and management know when controls are adequate.