The driving force of Global Assessment is predominantly one of professionalism and quality of service, which is based upon the proven skills of its people.
It is therefore the policy of Global Assessment to establish and maintain effective schemes for the approval and certification of management systems as well as the delivery of management system, under the auspices of Accreditation Bodies and requirements as recognized by the International Accreditation Forum.
Global Assessment is a living and dynamic entity relying upon the input from Accreditation Bodies, Clients, the Advisory Board and internal personnel to enable on-going improvement and relevance to all stakeholders.
We view Registration as Partnership. We establish everlasting relationships with our clients. We look at relationship with a client, as an investment of time and excellence, for a return of Quality. We believe, the value of registration is to, enhance the profitability of the clients serve as a continuous improvement tool for their company and meet and exceed their customer’s requirement.
Global Assessment train and utilize highly capable staff to provide valuable services to assist our Clients to achieve the international recognition and acceptance through the standards of quality management system.
IMPARTIALITY AND INDEPENDENCE DECLARATION OF GLOBAL ASSESSMENT
The top management of Global Assessment understands the importance of impartiality when performing management system certification activities; manages potential conflict of interests and ensures the objectivity of its management system certification activities. Global Assessment has developed and implemented procedures in compliance with the requirements of ISO/IEC 17021 & ISO/TS 22003.
The certification procedures are approved by the Director and are to be abided when applicable and when management system certification is conducted according to ISO/IEC 17021& ISO/TS 22003.
The technical Manager is responsible for conducting certification services in compliance with Global Assessment. Global Assessment declares that it does not take part in any consultancy activities regarding development and implementation of any management systems.
There shall be no pressure of any kind (financial, trade, administrative, moral or other) over Global Assessment and the personnel regarding the execution of their obligations as a management system Certification Body according to ISO/IEC 17021& ISO/TS 22003.
Global Assessment identifies, analyzes and documents all possibilities for conflict of interests that emerge from certification processes including any conflicts that emerge from its relations. Presence of relations does not necessarily position the Global Assessment in a situation of conflict of interests. If some relations create impartiality threats, Global Assessment documents and eliminates or decreases such threats. This information is presented to the Advisory Board members. It is necessary to cover all possible conflict of interests’ sources that are identified regardless of their origin. Global Assessment requires from all employees, internal and external, to comply with impartiality rules as well as reveal any situation known to them that may present them or Global Assessment with a conflict of interests. Global Assessment shall use this information as input in identifying threats to impartiality raised by the activities of such personnel or by the organization that employ them. Such personnel, internal or external shall not be used unless they demonstrate that there is no conflict of interest. Global Assessment shall not undertake any action that threatens the impartiality and/or are potential conflict of interests.
When certain relations create unacceptable impartiality threat, then the certification shall not be conducted. Global
Assessment shall not certify another certification body for its activities related to management system certification.
Global Assessment shall implement corrective actions against irrelevant claims of any consultancy organization declaring that the certification will be simpler, faster or cheaper if specific certification body is used due to the fact it is conflict of interests. Also Global Assessment shall not state or imply that certification would be simpler, faster or cheaper if a specified consultancy organization were used.
When potential impartiality threat arises Global Assessment eliminates it or decreases it. This process is also controlled by the Advisory Board.
Global Assessment shall not certify own group companies (if there are such companies) or organizations that Global Assessment is a part of or a member.
Personnel, who have provided consultancy (including internal audits) within two years to the organization seeking certification, are not allowed to take part in audit or other certification activities.
Global Assessment shall not provide internal audits for its certified clients. Global Assessment shall not certify a management system for which it has conducted internal audits within two years following the end of the internal audits.
Global Assessment shall not provide certification services to a client when relations between the Consultancy Company and Global Assessment could lead to impartiality threat.
Global Assessment shall not outsource audits to a management system consultancy organization as this poses an unacceptable threat to the impartiality of the certification body. This does not apply to individuals contracted as auditors or technical experts.
Global Assessment does not receive any financial support different from the invested in it and the fees of its services.
Global Assessment does not pay any commissions to consultants therefore there can be no pressure exercised on Global Assessment by consultants.
Global Assessment shall not allow any pressure from other certification bodies to influence the certification process in the organization. If other certification body declines to provide service for client and the client requests the same service form Global Assessment than Global Assessment shall investigate the reasons for declining before performing any other certification activities for the respective client.
Global Assessment shall not allow pressure from clients and/or consultancy organizations. If there is such pressure than Global Assessment will apply requirements of ISO/IEC 17021 and internal procedures in order to stop such practice.
Global Assessment shall not allow pressure from employees and/or related persons.
All employees are obliged to work in compliance with requirements of ISO/IEC 17021 and ISO/TS 22003 and as per agreement of contract.
Top management of Global Assessment is committed to full compliance with this declaration.