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Bangladesh Accreditation Board (BAB) is the national authority with responsibility of the accreditation in Bangladesh. It offers accreditation programs for various types of conformity assessment bodies, such as laboratories, certification bodies, inspection bodies, traininginstitutions or persons in accordance with the relevant International Organization for Standardization (ISO), International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), and other regulatory standards and national standards.

BAB is the statutory body established in 2006 as an autonomous organization responsible for upgrading the quality assurance infrastructure and conformity assessment procedures in Bangladesh and enhancing the recognition and acceptance of products and services in international, regional and domestic markets.

We provide following services:

1. Accreditation

Accreditation is the formal recognition of a body’s competence to conduct a specific activity such as testing, inspection or certification. This recognition is based on compliance with international standards. Compliance with these standards requires organizations to demonstrate competence, impartiality and integrity. It is often difficult for customers to distinguish between the quality of products or services available in the marketplace.

Certificates of conformance or test reports are normally used to make that distinction.  These certificates or reports are only useful or reliable if the organization or individual conducting the assessment or test is competent and qualified. The accreditation of the organization, for a defined scope, is the mechanism that provides the customer with this confidence.

The international nature of the standards means that a company or product in Bangladesh can be assessed or tested to the same standards as a company in any where in the world, providing confidence in the comparability of certificates and reports across national borders.

Accreditation schemes:

Title of Accreditation Relevant Standard 

 

 

Testing and calibration laboratories ISO/IEC 17025
Medical Laboratories ISO 15189
Inspection Bodies ISO/IEC 17020
Certification Bodies ISO/IEC 17024, 17021, 17065
Please see the fee schedule

Time requirement:

Step of Accreditation Process Time required If  service is not delivered in due time 

 

 

Registration of Application An acknowledgement of application registry is sent to applicant with in three (3) working daysfrom receiving the application. Send email
Appointment of Lead Assessor A lead assessor is assigned and applicant is informed about the appointment of Lead Assessor with in three (3) working days from registration of application. Send email
Adequacy of Quality manual Lead Assessor examines the quality manual and seeks clarification to applicant, if necessary, with in five (5) working days from appointment of Lead Assessor. Send email
Pre-assessment Pre-assessment is done with in ninety (90) days from the date of receiving application. Send email
Assessment Issue of Accreditation certificate Certificate is issued with in fifteen (15) daysfrom the closing of last NC, if applicable. Send email

2. Arrangement of training, seminar etc.

From the view of raising awareness and develop skill man power in quality infrastructure in Bangladesh, BAB arranges different Training program, seminar, workshop etc. BAB encourages people from both govt. and private sector to participate in those programs. Details schedule of upcoming program is available here


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