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ICAS ACCREDITED SYMBOL & LOGO NORMS

1. Projection

1.1ICAS Trade Name’s Accreditation Symbols & Logos (Licensed Symbols) are commercially and legally protected and its use is controlled.

2. Scope

2.1ICAS application of this procedure is mandatory and prescribes ICAS requirements for all Conformity Assessment Bodies (Licensee) that wish to offer ICAS accredited conformity assessment services and Certificated Organizations of the Management System Certification Bodies accredited by ICAS.

2.2This “ICAS ACCREDITATION” is limitedly accessible as prescribed by ICAS.

3.General

3.1ICAS accredited CABs are responsible to ensure that ICAS Trade Name, Accreditation Symbols & Logos are used in a controlled manner.

3.2The Governing Board of ICAS reserve the right to vary the conditions set out in this procedure without prior notice.

3.3ICAS Accreditation Scheme does not imply that any products or services are approved by ICAS or ICAS accredited CABs, International Organization for Standardization (ISO), any regulatory, statutory, government or quasi government authority.

3.4ICAS will issue to the accredited CABs together with the Certificate of Accreditation, an electronic files of relevant Symbols & Logos as shown in this procedure for reproduction.

3.5Use of ICAS accreditation Symbols & Logos is restricted to ICAS accreditation only.

3.6ICAS accredited CABs shall ensure that ICAS accreditation Symbols & Logos are not used in such a way as to suggest any products or services are approved by ICAS or ICAS accredited CABs, International Organization for Standardization (ISO), any regulatory, statutory, government or quasi government authority or in any other misleading way.

3.7ICAS accreditation Symbols & Logos shall not be used in any way as to imply directly or indirectly that ICAS accepts responsibility for the work carried out by the ICAS accredited CABs.

3.8ICAS may from time to time develop other requirements related to use of ICAS’s accreditation Symbols & Logos and such requirements shall be made part of the accreditation agreement and the CABs shall immediately adopt the same.

3.9The use of ICAS accreditation Symbols & Logos shall be audited during each surveillance and reaccreditation assessment by ICAS.

3.10  The ICAS accredited CABs are restricted from using the ICAS accreditation certificate in full or part to generate its own version/representation of a Certificate of Accreditation. Such action would constitute a misuse of the Symbols & Logos.

3.11 ICAS accredited CAB shall ensure that the reproduction of ICAS accreditation Symbols & Logos and reference/citation to ICAS accreditation is clearly visible, readable, accurate, authentic and without any distortion and/or degradation.

Note: This procedure covers but not limited to the ICAS Trade Name, Accreditation Symbols & Logos listed in this procedure.

4.ACCREDITATION STATURE

4.1ICAS accredited CABs only uses the accreditation Symbols & Logos for premises and the activity/ies of the CAB’s that are specifically included in the accreditation.

4.2The ICAS accredited CABs shall ensure that there is no illegal manipulation undergoes in their system.

4.3ICAS accredited CABs shall fully conform to the requirements of ICAS for claiming accreditation status, when making reference to its accreditation in any communication media such as the physical, automated, digital etc.

4.4ICAS accredited CABs shall fully conform to the requirements of ICAS for claiming accreditation status, when making reference to its accreditation in their stationery, brochures and other publicity material.

4.5The ICAS accredited CABs shall ensure that all quotations for work that contain ICAS accreditation Symbols & Logos clearly indicate those activities that are not ICAS accredited.

4.6The ICAS accredited CABs shall ensure that reports and certificates issued by them containing results and outcomes from accredited activities clearly distinguish the activities that are covered under ICAS accredited and those are not including subcontracted activities.

5.ICAS LOGO’s EXHIBIT

5.1ICAS accreditation Symbols & Logos shall not be displayed on flags, buildings and external walls.

5.2ICAS accreditation Symbols & Logos shall not be displayed on any vehicle, except when it is part of a larger advertisement.

5.3ICAS accreditation Symbols & Logos may be displayed on internal walls, doors and exhibition walls.

5.4ICAS accredited CAB shall ensure that ICAS accreditation Symbols & Logos and reference/citation to ICAS accreditation is displayed on any surface including stationery/certificates/reports in such a manner that sufficient margin is kept from all borders for its clear visibility and readability considering borders are subject to change / reduction due to further treatment i. e. duplication/framing /holding & display arrangements.

6.The following table enlists the list of ICAS Accredited logos to be used in the designated/approved by ICAS to the “assigned”

Quality management system (QMS-ISO 9001) :

Quality Management Systems certification is provided by certification bodies to organisations whose management system meets the requirements of the ISO 9000 series of international standards.

ISO 9001:2008 is an international standard that sets out an organisation’s quality management system. 

Environment management system (EMS-ISO 14001)

Environmental Management Systems certification is provided by certification bodies to organisations whose management systems meet the requirements of the ISO 14001 standard.

ISO 14001 specifies the elements of an environmental management system that an organisation must have in place in order to become certified to the standard.

 

Occupational health & safety management system (OHSAS 18001)

OHSAS is an International Occupational Health & Safety Management System which is the world’s most recognized occupational health and safety management system exclusively designed system for the world to recognize the need to control and improve health and safety performance of an organization & the environment

 

Food safety management system (FSMS-ISO 22000)

FSMS food safety management system describing handling, preparation, and storage of food in ways that prevent food borne illness & to ensure that there is no intermediateness in the food chain supply for the consumers and to maintain the safety between industry and the market and then between the market and the consumer

  Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP):

 

Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) is a process control system designed to identify and prevent microbial and other hazards in food production.  It includes steps designed to prevent problems before they occur and to correct deviations as soon as they are detected.  Such preventive control system with documentation and verification are widely recognized by scientific authorities and international organizations as the most effective approach available for producing safe food.

 

 

Medical devices quality management system (MDQMS –ISO 13485)

 ISO 13485 represents the requirements for a comprehensive quality management system for the design, manufacture, development, production, installation & servicing of medical devices tailored to the industry's quality system, which could be utilized by the internal & external bodies to assess the organization’s ability to meet customer’s expectations and regulatory requirements of the certifying body towards medical devices.

 

International standards for Information security Management System (ISMS-ISO 27001)

ISO 27001 is an International Standard for Information Security Management System that requires organizations to implement security controls to accomplish certain objectives.

 It aims to “establish, implement, operate, monitor, review, maintain, and improve information security” commensurate with the perceived security risks to the business of the organization.

 

International standards for IT service management system (ITSMS-20000)

ISO/IEC 20000 is an international IT standard that allows companies to demonstrate excellence and prove best practice in IT management. The standard ensures companies can achieve evidence-based benchmarks to continuously improve their delivery of IT services.

 

Security management system for supply chain (SMSSC-ISO 28000) 

Security Management System for Supply Chain refers to enhance the security of the supply chain, the transport and logistics system for the world's cargo. It combines traditional practices of supply chain management with the security requirements driven by threats such as terrorism, piracy and theft, and theft.

 

Laboratory accreditation:

General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories

Laboratory Accreditation granted by the International Conformity Accreditation Services (ICAS) is a scheme, which is open to any laboratory performing testing and/or calibration

 

Testing Calibration :

ICAS offers laboratories accreditation to the international standard ISO/IEC 17025:2005 .The Standard is applicable to all laboratories regardless of the number of personnel or the extent of the scope of testing and/or calibration activities. It requires laboratories to establish and maintain a quality system to manage aspects such as document control, complaint handling, contract review, purchasing, audits and investigation into non-conforming testing/calibrations

 

Medical testing :

ICAS provides laboratory accreditation for medical laboratories to ISO 15189:2007 “Medical Laboratories – Particular requirements for quality and competence”. The standard is closely based on the general laboratory accreditation standard ISO 17025, but incorporates essential elements for medical laboratories. 

 

Product certification:

A product certification body must be able to demonstrate its competence to assess and certify the products presented to it.

 

In the case of products, the certification body must comply (originally published as ISO/IEC Guide 65

 

Accreditation for Certification Bodies:

Accreditation involves the assessment of the competence of the certification body and its management system.  Assessment visits to the certification body and sub offices are performed in order to evaluate how its functions are performed in practice. Part of the assessment includes ICAS witnessing the certification body performing audits.

 

Personnel certification:

In many areas, particularly those which are safety critical, purchaser, user and public confidence in the competence of individuals is extremely important.  Personnel certification confirms the competence of named individuals to perform specified services or duties. This is achieved through the issuing of a certificate of competence.

 

Personnel Certification Body:

A Personnel Certification Body is an organization that administers individual credentials. A personnel certification body develops criteria against which an individual needs to demonstrate competencies and ensures these criteria are held by applicants before certifying them.

Certification body are accredited to the ISO/IEC 17024 standard.

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