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  • Information meeting about ISO 15189:2022 is arranged this spring

    During the next three years, the updated standard ISO 15189:2022 will be introduced. The standard concerns accredited medical laboratories. Swedac will arrange an information meeting in English to guide concerned laboratories in the implementation.

  • Building trust and competitiveness together – new Swedish-Icelandic cooperation agreement

    Today, Iceland's Minister of Culture and Business Affairs, Lilja Dögg Alfre∂sdóttir, and Swedac's Director General, Ulf Hammarström, are signing a cooperation agreement on the quality assurance of goods and services (accreditation). The signing of the new cooperation agreement is taking place in the office of the Icelandic minister in Reykjavik. Sweden's ambassador, Pär Ahlberger, is also taking part in the signing ceremony.

  • How can accreditation and standardisation bolster Swedish export?

    This question is addressed in a report produced by Swedac. The report was created before the pandemic but is still relevant. Find the report and more information below.

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.