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The National Association of Testing Authorities

7 Leeds Street, Rhodes, NSW 2138

+61 1800 621 666


NATA is Australia’s leading national accreditation body, recognised by government to assess organisations against a number of international standards for laboratories, inspection bodies, proficiency testing scheme providers and reference material producers.

NATA provides accreditation services to conformity assessment bodies which facilitate stakeholders having confidence in test, measurement and inspection data and thus enabling them to gain national and international acceptance of their products and services. 

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NATA offers extensive accreditation services to many industries from mining and construction to health and environment. 

The accreditation process is comprehensive and can be lengthy, but for those that attain accreditation from NATA, there are many benefits to be enjoyed, from operational improvements to increased market share. 

It is important for those seeking accreditation to understand the process from application to attaining accreditation may take up to six months and this may vary depending on your state of readiness.  

The accreditation process includes the following steps: 

  • Readiness and eligibility 
  • Advisory visit 
  • Application and document review
  • Initial assessment 
  • Addressing any findings (submission process) 
  • Granting of accreditation 

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Accreditation adds value to the ever growing and increasingly complicated market chain in many ways, including by providing a symbol of assurance that certifiers and inspectors are independent and competent to perform their duties.

Accredited certification and inspection of products, processes and people—called conformity assessment—has a ripple effect through the market chain, right to the consumer. It gives consumers confidence that their purchases meet specified standards and are quality assured. This includes retailers, wholesalers and individual consumers.

At JAS-ANZ, we do not certify or inspect organisations, products or people; rather, we accredit the bodies that do. We do so by developing the assessment criteria certifiers and inspectors must meet to become accredited under these themes:

  1. business and innovation
  2. health and human services
  3. product certification
  4. food and biological systems
  5. environment.

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