“What does 'probably' mean”, asked Richard Milton, senior journalist for IndustrialPR, a news agency releasing news to the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post. Milton, who has been investigating the matter since early this year said business owners should be outraged that their quality certificates accredited by ANAB® are backed by a 'probably.'
Apparently the news about ANAB® accreditation is spreading quickly among the manufacturing community causing more businesses to flock to ABAC for its guaranteed accreditation program. Among them include leading trade associations and organizations such as the American Machine Shops Network(AMSN)
ABAC™ has released shocking information on it's website revealing information about accreditation myths, scams, bogus certification bodies, invalid certificates, dishonest registrars, IAF (International Accreditation Forum) deception, and the growing number of fraudulent consultants bamboozling companies out of money. Such information can be read at:
Accreditation Scams: http://aboac.org/
The ANAB® Myth: http://aboac.org/
IAF Deception: http://aboac.org/
Bogus Accreditation Bodies: http://aboac.org/
ABAC assures the customer it does not allow (CB) registrars to issue certificates which are unaccredited or provide certifications for standards for which the registrars are not accredited to issue. ANAB® does not provide the same assurance as shown here: http://www.g-
ABAC's mission is to increase competition in the quality arena. In contrast, the IAF and ASQ-ANAB –ANSI, along with their sub affiliations have been shown to stifle competition as reported here: http://www.youtube.com/
ABAC is the only accreditation board qualified to accredit the exclusive KOSH 9009:2013 certification subject to approval by the authorizing party. See more here: http://aboac.org/
The American Board of Accredited Certifications (ABAC) was founded by a group of quality professionals in 2003 with roots dating back to 1993. Today, ABAC is the leading independent accreditation board in the United States with association members, signatories, regional accreditation groups, and international observer organizations.
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