European Accreditation Advisory Board (EAAB)
1998, as Board of F-XF4529 - European Cooperation for Accreditation (EA). Also referred to as EA Advisory Board.
Serve as an independent body to which EA accounts for independence, technical competence, cost effectiveness, impartiality and integrity of its accreditation and related activities; represent a link between EA, the European Commission, EFTA and national authorities of EA member states and trade and industry; seek assurance from EA that accreditation is applied in such a way that it ensures openness and transparency in conformity assessment activities in general and those carried out under EU legislation in particular, as well as quality driven competition between conformity assessment bodies and coherence with international accreditation practice; constitute a focal point for discussion, consultation and guidance on matters related to the operation of accreditation.
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Meeting (twice a year, always in Brussels). Board includes Chairman and 2 Vice-Chairmen and comprises representatives of 20 stakeholders, with balanced representation of all parties depending on/contributing to the European accreditation system.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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** UN SDGs are linked to the subject classification.
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