Monthly Archives: December 2015

ISO 15189 leading us away from purpose

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At last – “an important paper”

…perhaps the first paper that presents data damning ISO lab accreditation: Continue reading

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Accreditation system core to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement

Accreditation is going to be important in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)  trade agreement.  It’s going to “support trade through the removal of technical barriers” i.e. the imposition of accreditation barriers that divert money to the “quality” cartel and its supporters. … Continue reading

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Outcomes from the ILAC and IAF General Assemblies

If you’re interested in how the inspection cartel attempts to constrict the growth of anything it can’t squeeze income from, have a look at UKAS’s report on the joint ILAC / IAF conference. See the countries the cartel is expanding into. … Continue reading

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