Accreditation & Associations

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Download our Accreditation Certificate

We have chosen to become accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service or UKAS.  UKAS are one of the most respected accreditation bodies in the world and as such a certificate bearing their logo, the crown and tick, is held in high regard.

Using a UKAS accredited certification body provides trust and confidence in your certification which will be accepted by customers in the UK and internationally.

A certification body that has been assessed themselves against the high standards set out by UKAS, means that you and your clients can be assured that your certification demonstrates high quality and impartiality.

If you’d like a quotation to compare with others then please get in touch.

Choosing a UKAS accredited supplier

Why use an accredited certification body?


As a full member of the International Accreditation Forum, and a signatory to its Multilateral Recognition Agreement (MLA), UKAS is recognised by other IAF members as providing an equivalent level of accreditation services enabling the certificates of Atlas Certification Limited to be recognised globally.


Atlas Certification Limited is a Certification Body Member of Safety Schemes In Procurement (SSIP) and as such we are approved to conduct Occupational Health and Safety audits in accordance with the SSIP Rules and Bylaws (Issue 8.15) and certify organisations accordingly.
SSIP Certification Body Member Certificate


Atlas Certification is the appointed assessment body for the Glass-fibre Reinforced Concrete Association (GRCA).


Atlas Certification Limited is proud to be a member of the Federation of Certification Bodies (FCB) and currently holds the position of Chair.


Non-accredited certification

There are many certification bodies in the UK and overseas that are not UKAS accredited or accredited by any recognised, government appointed body.  

Increasingly, buyers and procurement specialists are rejecting non-accredited certificates in the tenders and bids they receive.

A common reason mentioned for seeking a non-accredited certification is a cheaper price but in fact our experience has shown that non-accredited certification can cost the same if not more that an accredited certification.