As a recognized internationally certification body we earned and sustain accreditation through competence and integrity that benchmark current versions of Internationally Recognized and
Generrally Accepted Benchmarks including client-organizations own, TQM, Vulnerabilty Assessments, ISO/IEC 17021, ISO/IEC 17020, ISO/IEC 17065, while applying also ISO/TS
22003, including omto QMSMDD ISO 13485 (based ISO/IEC 17021), and ISMS ISO/IEC 27006, and certification of of our exclusive professionals ISO/IEC 17024. We sustain tripartite
public trust independent accreditaton from the GOB with purpose to the protection of communities and consumers. As a public trust accreditation holder, are signatories and bearers by mandate adhering to
anti-fraud, anti-corruption and antitrust legal and regulations.
Our trademark and associate marks provide worldwide recognition and contribute to values of international acceptance.
Further, BRS Regions that acquire local accreditation can accompany instruments of attestation (certifications, reports, validation letter).
Integrity needs for a higher purpose need be hand-n-hand profitability; integrity requires that we carry principles that are
meaningful and valuable to benefit consumers through exercising due-care. This is why we proudly carry accreditation, which includes those set by a legally binding Charter to the protection of communities and consumers.
In this way, under accredit certification client-organizations, public or private, are inclusive signatory to a legally
binding Charter that contributes to the protection of communities and consumers. BRS is not for all organization, as your organization does not possess the freedom to choose we may not be an option.
What is the basic difference between accreditation and certification?
Certification, a voluntary agreement between two parties, demonstrates that your organization's competence through a
known and generally accepted benchmark, an instrument that attests minimum to this competence impartially.
Whereas accreditation is a formal extrinsic recognition by attesting and assuring that a third - party (e.g. certification
entity - body), such as BRS, demonstrates specific competence and impartiality in attesting conformity assessment, namely certification.
Examples of conflict of interest: consultancy, development of a specialty assessment scheme by which to
propitiate consultancy, in-house training, excessive assessment - auditing, internal auditing, administration of the activities we attest including the management systems that we certify.
As bearer and signatory to accreditation to a legally binding chartered public trust entity we are prohibited and not
endorsed nor permitted to provide consultancy, carryout training or activities that are construe in conflict of interest.
To issue certifications, the accreditation that we earned carry fundamentals based on a legal Charter with a noble
and honorable purpose on principles bearing impeccable integrity concurrent with moral values.
The contents herein this page is our agreement in abiding to a commitment of service management systems certification - registration, inspection and product mark.