Swedac is a government authority with the objective of making products and services safe and reliable.
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Swedac informs about Brexit and how a no-deal Brexit affects notified bodies, accredited bodies and manufacturers.
Which is the value of accreditation - today and in the future?
That was the theme for Swedac’s recent webinar.
On 19 October, representatives of accreditation bodies, private sector and government customers, researchers, legislators and representatives of European and global stakeholder organisations will all gather to take part in Swedac’s webinar. It will deal with the future of accreditation as an instrument of quality assurance in society and the challenges that exist.
“I hope that those taking part will be inspired to give these matters further thought. These aren’t issues that have a definitive answer. The important thing is to have a discussion in which we can learn from and be inspired by one another,” says Ulf Hammarström, Director General of Swedac.
Do you want to know where to get your vehicle inspected?
Vehicle used on Sweden's roads should be inspected. The companies that want to work with vehicle inspection must be accredited by Swedac. Through accreditation hedged skills of technicians as well as the company's equipment and procedures.