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With effect from 01st June 2016, all new certificate issued under JAS-ANZ Accreditation shall primarily be available for verification on the official website of JAS-ANZ i.e. www.jas-anz.org.

TNV is Approved by RAB-QSA (Exemplar Global) for Lead Auditor Course of ISO 9001

JAS-ANZ had aproved location Nepal, Kuwait, Bangladesh and United State of America as a additional location in Financial year 2013-14, Further TNV have started in Taiwan, Qatar, Maldives, Egypt, Vietnam, South Africa and Brazil.. Board of the Director have considered aspects for the overseas operation and expanding to many countires; we invite inquiries for Business Association or franchises for ISO Certification Services.

 TNV is Accredited by JAS-ANZ (Joint Accreditation System of Australia & New Zeland) for QMS, EMS, OHSAS and FSMS. Accredition was granted to TNV in 2013 for OHSAS and FSMS and QMS & EMS in the year of 2012.

Managing Director, TNV Mr. Pragyesh Singh Visited South Africa our Marketing office at Cape Town

Managing Director, TNV Mr. Pragyesh Singh is visiting Indonesia for signing contract for starting operation there.

JAS-ANZ had aproved location Taiwan, TNV invite application from Taiwan for JAS-ANZ Accredited Certification Services of ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007 and ISO 22000:2005

Payment Notice for India: Please be informed that TNV Certification Pvt. Ltd. does not accept any payment in cash or in any other company name, Clients are advised to please make sure that they make all payment to TNV Certification Pvt. Ltd. with Service tax at the prevailing rate of the Government of India.  In India; staff or business associates of the TNV are authorized to carry out marketing and to Collect Client Application form, quotation, assessment and Payment from clients in the name of "TNV Certification Private Limited" only. We accept cheques, Demand Draft, Pay Order, NEFT or RTGS only, the payments which are made in any other name than "TNV Certification Private Limited" shall not held us responsible in any manner. If someone claim for the guaranteed Certification from TNV, Please don’t rely on such false commitment, Certification is result of Assessment. All the operational and technical activities such as review of Applications, Audit Planning, Certification Decisions, and Issuance of Certificates are carried at head office of TNV Certification Private Limited at Lucknow, UP India only. Outside India, payment can be made in the name of Local Partner, but you are advised to please verify the name of the business associates on the website of the company in Global Menu.

TNV's Lead Auditor Training Program for ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 22000, ISO 27001, ISO 13485, ISO 28000, ISO/TS 16949 planned in August 2015, September 2015, October 2015, November 2015, and December 2015. RAB-QSA Approved Course

Managing Director, TNV Mr. Pragyesh Singh Visiting Egypt, UAE and Taiwan for Annual Review of Overseas office in August - Sept. 2015.

TNV have submitted application to JAS-ANZ for the Accreditation of ISO 27001 & ISO 13485

TNV’s Logo is the Registered Trademark of the TNV vide Trade Mark Number 2420078 Dated 31st October 2012 J. No. 1620 at Sl. No. 1183020 in Class 35 for Business and Risk Management, Administration and Auditing, Management System Certification Services, Product Certification Services, Compliance & Other Certification Services, Any misuse of the logo shall be governed as per provisions of Trade Marks Act 1999.

The impetus for the development of ISO 45001 came from the British Standards Institute (BSI), which proposed to ISO in 2013 that OHSAS 18001 be considered as the basis for an international standard. ISO agreed and established a committee to oversee its development. As the proposers, BSI took on the role of Secretariat to the new committee (ISO PC 283). The first meeting of ISO PC 283 took place in London in October 2013, where key decisions were made, for example, that the standard would contain the requirements and include interpretative guidance as an annex. The WG was established and further divided into Task Groups (TGs) to separate the workload into manageable sections, so that each TG could focus on one or more clauses of the draft standard

IAF-MLA for ISO 22000

TNV have sigend IAF MLA Mark Agreement for EMS, QMS, FSMS with JAS-ANZ who is signatory of IAF-MLA and now TNV can use IAF-MLA Logo on the ISO 22000 certificate in addition to ISO 9001 & ISO 14001. TNV Congratulate to JAS-ANZ for signing MLA for ISO 22000 and Team TNV for thier efforts.

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With effect from 01st June 2016, all new certificate issued under JAS-ANZ Accreditation shall primarily be available for verification on the official website of JAS-ANZ i.e. www.jas-anz.org.

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TNV is a leading ISO Certification Body Accredited by JAS-ANZ, DAC & RAB-QSA |  TNV is Accredited by JAS-ANZ for QMS, EMS, OHSAS & FSMS |  TNV is an International Certification Body based in India |  ISO Certification Services in Lucknow, Kanpur, Varanasi, Allahabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Chennai, Goa, UP, Bihar, Patna, Jharkhand, Punjab, Himanchal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Assam, Maharashtra, Jammu & Kashmir. |  DAC Accreditation is granted to TNV on 29th June 2014 for ISO 9001:2008 |  For any inquiry related to application or Certified Clients, please write to info@isoindia.org |  TNV have sigend IAF MLA Mark Agreement for FSMS with JAS-ANZ. |  TNV can use IAF-MLA Logo on the ISO 22000 certificate on JAS-ANZ Accredited Certificate. |  TNV Can issue JAS-ANZ Accreidted Certificate in Bangladesh, Bahrain, Bulgaria, Egypt, France, Gabon, Germany, India, Indonesia, Iran, Kuwait, Italy, Malaysia, Maldives, Nepal, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and United States of America | 

IAF MLA

Accreditation body members of IAF are admitted to the IAF MLA only after a most stringent evaluation of their operations by a peer evaluation team which is charged to ensure that the applicant member complies fully with both the international standards and IAF requirements. Once an accreditation body is a signatory of the IAF MLA it is required to recognise the certificates issued by conformity assessment bodies accredited by all other signatories of the IAF MLA, with the appropriate scope.

The IAF MLA consists of a five level arrangement, with levels two and three constituting the Main scope and levels 4 and 5 constituting the Sub-scope. More information on the structure of the MLA can be found under IAF PR 4:2010 Structure of IAF MLA and Endorsed Normative Documents in Procedure Documents (PR Series).

Although the IAF MLA is signed by individual accreditation bodies, the IAF MLA relies heavily on the MLA of the three regional accreditation groups; the European co-operation for Accreditation (EA), the Pacific Accreditation Cooperation (PAC) and the InterAmerican Accreditation Cooperation (IAAC), as it is these groups which perform the majority of the peer evaluation activity not the IAF.

To gain confidence in the work of the regional accreditation groups, the IAF evaluated and accepted the process and outcomes of the three regional accreditation group MLAs (EA, PAC and IAAC) for the Main scopes of ISO/IEC 17021 and ISO/IEC Guide 65 and the sub-scopes of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.

Regional accreditation groups are evaluated every four years by the IAF. Membership of the IAF MLA is recognised as being satisfied by membership of any of the EA MLA, the PAC MLA or the IAAC MLA, within the appropriate scope.

IAF is encouraging more of its members to join the MLA as soon as they have passed a rigorous evaluation process to ensure that their accreditation programs are of world standard.  The consequence of joining the IAF MLA is that conformity assessment certificates issued, within the scope of the IAF MLA, by conformity assessment bodies accredited by any one of the members of the IAF MLA will be recognised in the world wide IAF program.

Contact details of the accreditation bodies which are signatories to the MLA are listed on the IAF Members pages.  Those members which are signatories are denoted by “Date Admitted to the MLA”.

Details of the signatories of the IAF MLA programs at the dates shown are listed in the following document:

IAF MLA Committee Members (MLAC_13-001 Rev8) including MLA Signatories and associated scopes

The Purpose of the MLA

The purpose of the arrangement, the IAF Multilateral Recognition Arrangement (MLA), is to ensure mutual recognition of accredited certification between signatories to the MLA, and subsequently acceptance of accredited certification in many markets based on one accreditation.

Accreditations granted by IAF MLA signatories are recognised worldwide based on their equivalent accreditation programs, therefore reducing costs and adding value to business and consumers.

Accreditation body members of IAF are admitted to the MLA only after stringent evaluation of their operations by a peer evaluation team.

As a strategic objective, IAF is committed to increasing the transparency of the peer evaluation process and its outcomes. IAF and its Accreditation Body members invest significant effort and resource to maintain the integrity and consistency of the MLA through the peer evaluation process. 

The IAF MLA Annual Report sets out the detailed activity that is carried out as part of the peer evaluation process, to ensure that regulators, specifiers, and businesses can have confidence in the Arrangement. The IAF MLA Report is published on an annual basis.

The IAF-MLA Mark

The IAF MLA mark can be used by accreditation bodies to demonstrate their status as a signatory to the IAF MLA.

Accredited certification bodies can also use the IAF-MLA Mark in combination with the accreditation symbol to use on their certificates.

Businesses seeking certification will be able to see at a glance if the certification body issuing the certificate is accredited by an accreditation body that is a signatory to the IAF MLA. The certification body must include an indication as to which activity the accreditation is related. 

Use of the MLA Mark by accreditation bodies and conformity assessment bodies is not mandatory and therefore certificates, from accredited certification bodies, may be seen with or without the MLA Mark.

The Evaluation Process

Accreditation body members of IAF are admitted to the MLA only after stringent evaluation of their operations by a peer evaluation team. It is the responsibility of this team to assess that the applicant member complies fully with both the international standards and IAF guidelines.

Each accreditation body that is a signatory to the IAF MLA commits to:

  • Maintain conformity with the current version of ISO/IEC 17011 Conformity assessment - General requirements for bodies providing assessment and accreditation of conformity assessment bodies and supplementary requirements documents.

  • Recognise the competence and impartiality of accreditations of Conformity Assessment Bodies by all other members of the MLA.

The IAF MLA has been structured to build on existing and developing regional MLAs established around the world. IAF has granted Special Recognition to the MLA programs of three Regional Accreditation Groups, the European co-operation for Accreditation (EA), the Pacific Accreditation Cooperation (PAC) and the InterAmerican Accreditation Cooperation (IAAC), on the basis of the acceptance of the mutual recognition arrangements established within these organisations.

Membership of the IAF MLA is recognised as being satisfied by membership of either the EA MLA, the PAC MLA or the IAAC MLA for recognised programs. IAF members who are also signatories of these regional MLAs are automatically accepted into the IAF MLA for recognised programs. The IAF MLA for Quality Management Systems (QMS) has been operational since 22 January 1998 when 14 IAF Members signed the Arrangement in Guangzhou, China. The IAF MLAs for Environmental Management Systems (EMS) and Product Certification became operational at the IAF Annual Meetings held in Cape Town, South Africa in October 2004. 

The Scopes

Currently there are two main scopes: Management Systems and Product Certification.

There are two sub-scopes for Management Systems:
Quality Management Systems (QMS) and Environmental Management Systems (EMS)

A main scope means certificates are ‘equally reliable’ because the conformity assessment bodies conform to the same standard

A sub-scope means the certificates are ‘equivalent’ because the management systems, products, services or persons conform to the same standard.

The number of IAF MLA Signatories at 23 November 2010 is as follows:

  • Main scope of ISO/IEC 17021 and the sub-scope of ISO 9001:     3 Regional Accreditation Groups (EA, PAC & IAAC) and 46 Accreditation Bodies

  • Main scope of ISO/IEC 17021 and the sub-scope of ISO 14001:     3 Regional Accreditation Groups (EA, PAC & IAAC) and 41 Accreditation Bodies

  • Main scope of ISO/IEC Guide 65:  32 Regional Accreditation Groups (EA, PAC & IAAC) and 38 Accreditation Bodies

Note: There are currently no sub-scopes under the main scope of ISO/IEC Guide 65. To include sub-scopes under the main scope of ISO/IEC Guide 65, schemes have to be endorsed by the IAF. The process for the endorsement of schemes can be found under IAF PL 3:2009 Policy and Procedure for Expansion of the Scope of the MLA in Policy Documents (PL series).

(Source: http://www.iaf.nu)