How can you achieve the necessary compliance and enhance services for accreditation?
Achieving accreditation and maintaining compliance to your Quality Management Standards is challenging, especially when dealing with the day-to-day work within a busy Digital Forensics unit, where the demand is consistently high. We understand these challenges and support organisations to achieve compliance and develop their services and related quality management systems without introducing additional demand by producing documentation and performing quality activities such as auditing or validation.
Help to guide you on the accreditation process, what to expect, what UKAS will require from you, addressing queries and advising on necessary documentation and evidence to demonstrate compliance with the standards and codes of practice.
We will conduct thorough audits to assess the laboratory’s compliance with ISO/IEC 17025:2017 and the regulators’ codes of practice. This ensures ongoing adherence to the requirements and identifies areas for improvement or corrective actions.
Providing training to educate laboratory personnel about the standards, codes of practice and the necessary procedures to achieve and maintain compliance. This includes training on proper evidence handling, analysis techniques, reporting and other relevant considerations.
Further accreditation support examples
CACI’s accreditation support encompasses a range of services that assist organisations in achieving and maintaining ISO accreditation and complying with the Forensic Science regulators’ code of practice.
We provide a thorough assessment of your existing practices and procedures against the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 and the regulators’ codes of practice. This helps to identify areas where improvements or modifications are necessary.
Assisting in the implementation of any corrective actions to address any non-conformities or deficiencies identified during audits or the UKAS accreditation process, helping to ensure continuous improvement and compliance.
Aiding in the development or revising the laboratory’s quality management system documentation, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and other necessary documents to align with the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 and the Forensic Science regulators’ codes of practice.
Contact our Digital Forensics Team for further details: [email protected]
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