Monthly Archives: June 2019

Hundreds more medical reversals. But not ISO accreditation

Herrera-Perez et al reviewed over 3000 randomized controlled clinical trials in leading medical journals.  They found 396 reversals of practice were indicated. While medical leaders increasingly put their trust in ISO 15189 and ISO 17025 there remains a lack of evidence … Continue reading

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Another UKAS-accredited forensic meltdown

Randox Testing Services found that UKAS accreditation was no security against deceitful employees.  Why would it be?   Massive numbers of British forensic tests are having to be repeated. UK court cases will be further delayed  with a cyberattack on Eurofins … Continue reading

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Current ISO body-count

Yep, we’re countin’: To date, Oxebridge has found that over 220 people have died in accidents caused by companies certified by ISO certification bodies accredited by ANAB, with almost 1700 killed in accidents related to all IAF member Accreditation Bodies.

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Police forensics contractor ‘sent phones to Fone Fun Shop’ – Sytech suspended

UKAS suspends a number of its customers each quarter.  This proves it’s doing its job while limiting its financial losses. The Guardian reports the story of one of them: Police forensics contractor ‘sent phones to Fone Fun Shop’ Digital evidence lab … Continue reading

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