IANZ: the economic side: Examining the way IANZ supports the New Zealand economy
Ballingall, John; Yeabsley, John; Pambudi., Daniel | June 2017
Different accreditation bodies around the world have developed in different ways. What is clear is that their individual histories have shaped the exact make-up of the business, but the core approach and set of offerings is clustered around a common group of services. IANZ, the New Zealand accreditation body has, of course, been influenced by its own history. It was established in 1972 and is the national authority for accrediting: Testing and calibration laboratories; Radiology services; Inspection bodies such as boiler and crane inspectors and fire safety system inspectors; Other technical professional services such as Building Consent Authorities. Accreditation means that organisations are recognised to issue certain test, inspection or technical service reports or certificates and to deliver certain technical services. It ensures the integrity and reliability of laboratory results, inspection reports and other professional services.
CitationBallingall, John; Yeabsley, John; Pambudi., Daniel. 2017. IANZ: the economic side: Examining the way IANZ supports the New Zealand economy. © New Zealand Institute of Economic Research. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/7475.
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