• Apply for our next International Training Programme (SPS) 4 February-2 March 2018

    The programme, Quality Infrastructure for Food Safety aims at providing the experience and the knowledge on how to develop, maintain and, in practice, work with national and especially the regional systems for food safety and trade in food.

  • Apply for our next International Training Programme (TBT) – 21 January-16 February 2018

    The programme, Quality Infrastructure in Support of World Trade aims at providing the experience and the knowledge on how to develop, maintain and, in practice, work with national and especially the regional quality infrastructure systems.

  • Today, accreditation is celebrated across the world

    World Accreditation Day is a global initiative to highlight how accreditation creates security in everyday life. Thanks to accreditation we can feel safe when we go up and down in a lift, drive a car or drink water from a tap. This year, the focus is on the construction sector and how accreditation contributes to sustainable and smart cities of the future.

  • She is learning about quality infrastructure in Sweden

    Over four weeks, about 30 senior managers and government officials from seven countries in southern Africa have learned about quality infrastructure and trade under Swedac's supervision. Dr Eve Gadzikwa, Head of Standards Association of Zimbabwe, is one of the participants.

  • Sweden host for precious metals meeting

    Swedac is going to host the Convention on the Control and Marking of Articles of Precious Metals, also known as Precious Metals Convention. The Convention´s Standing Committee meeting will be held in Stockholm on 20 April 2018. More than 20 years have passed since the meeting was last held in Sweden, and now it’s being held in Stockholm for the first time ever.

  • Swedac participated in the European metrology meeting

    On 10-12 May, Welmec, the European Cooperation Organisation for Legal Metrology, held a meeting in Madrid. Swedac was in attendance at the meeting.

  • Three quick answers on environmental inspections from the Director General

    During spring, Swedac's Director General, Peter Strömbäck, participated in a number of conferences to discuss environmental supervision. What position has Swedac adopted, and how can accreditation contribute to simpler and more efficient environmental supervision? Peter Strömbäck explains.

  • EMAS awards

    Since 2005, the European Commission has organised the European EMAS Awards, described as the most prestigious award in environmental management….

  • National market surveillance plan for 2017

    Checks on products sold on-line, cooperation between customs and market surveillance authorities, joint actions and information to business are some of the activities that the Market Surveillance Council will focus on in 2017.

  • Accreditation is celebrated worldwide

    A controlled product or service always carries the little Swedac accreditation mark with the three crowns, which shows that the…