Author Archives: ISOwatcher

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. … Continue reading

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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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Risk-based thinking – it’s risky not to understand the mathematics of risk (and randomness)

Dr Melvyn Langford explains how the US Department of Defense (DoD) invented the 5×5 risk matrix in the 1980s. The methodology uses ordinal numbers (which are only for ranking) as if they are suitable for calculations.  It is misleading, meaningless and … Continue reading

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Oxebridge whistleblower hotline launched

Tired of griping about the problems UKAS manufactures while the real problems of the ISO gang go on killing people?  Now you can do something about it. Whistleblow to Oxebridge’s hotline. Fill in the form, let the experts investigate and … Continue reading

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PIP implants – from CE marks to ISO accreditation?

The French court ordered TUV Rheinland was ordered to pay compensation to victims of defective PIP breast implants.  The French regulator, Agence Francaise de Securite Sanitaire des Produits de Sante (AFSSAPS), probably regrets delegating this task to them in the first place. … Continue reading

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Hidden FDA Reports Detail Harm Caused by Medical Devices

The FDA keeps suppressed lists of medical device failures.  You can read about it on Medscape: FDA spokeswoman Deborah Kotz confirmed that the “registry exemption” was created without any public notice or regulations. “Any device manufacturer can request an exemption … Continue reading

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Corruption of safety certification kills over 180

Over 180 people have died from a deadly mudslide which caused a faulty Brazilian dam to collapse, in spite of safety certification by TUV Sud.  Read the story here. Third-party accreditation was supposed to prevent this sort of thing.  ISO … Continue reading

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As Brexit, so ISO 9001, 17025, 15189?

Five hundred years of England – sacred and profane. Download before YouTube censors it! https://order-order.com/2019/03/05/17-million-fk-os/ Dominic Frisby Published on Mar 5, 2019 Please help take this song to number one. Please buy a copy of the single at iTunes/Amazon etc … Continue reading

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The Reasons Why The Globalists Are Destined To Lose

We have previously drawn attention to how ISO accreditation pretends to assure quality.  Yet it fails to take legal responsibility for this assurance or offer money-back guarantees like most companies do when they have any confidence in their product. BSI’s … Continue reading

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In Defense of Laziness

Click through to read Charles Chu’s In Defense of Laziness. He writes, In a similar manner, von Hammerstein understood that the worst thing you can have is a hardworking idiot that goes around creating more work for everyone else. This … Continue reading

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