Who are the Beneficiaries?
- The accredited bodies.
- The industrial organizations.
- The service organizations.
- The Egyptian products.
- The Egyptian exports.
- The Consumer.
- The national economy
- Application for accreditation.
- Document study by EGAC.
- Appointment of assessment team.
- Pre-assessment visit.
- Assessment visit and defining nonconformities, if any.
- Reviewing evidence of corrective actions.
- Granting accreditation.
- Annual surveillance visits.
The global trend is towards a free market with no economic trade barriers allowing for free movement of goods and interchange of services. Such a situation can only be consummated when technical barriers to trade are also eliminated. For this to occur the trading countries must have confidence in the quality and environmental systems, personal and product certification and inspection systems as well as the measurements and tests conducted by each other. The world trade organizations and the European union both have noted that the lack of acceptance of test results and certification are the most significant non-tariff barriers to trade. Accreditation of laboratories, inspection bodies and certification bodies, using common standards and practices is seen as the most effective way of defeating these barriers. To this end major trading countries have established independent and internationally credible accreditation bodies. At the apex of the world accreditation pyramid is the international laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC), and the International Accreditation Forum ( IAF), both of which ( EGAC ) seeks to be a member. This objective is being accomplished through the establishment of world – wide network of national accreditation bodies, inspection bodies and laboratories (testing and calibration) are assessed on the same principles, regardless of where in the world they are located. These assessments are based on the HARMONIZED (ISO) standards.
EGAC participated as the sole assessment and accreditation body in Egypt in the Africa Food Manufacturing Exhibition
In the framework of the activities and efforts of the
Egyptian Accreditation Council EGAC
to spread the culture of quality and accreditation in Egypt, especially
in the Egyptian industrial society, in order to raise awareness of the importance
of obtaining accreditation to the conformity assessment bodies operating in Egypt.
EGAC participated as the sole assessment and accreditation body in Egypt
in the Africa Food Manufacturing Exhibition. The Exhibition is considered one
of the largest food processing and packaging exhibitions in Egypt and includes
the latest developments in the industry, with the largest and most famous suppliers
in the market as well as the latest trends and innovations in the food industry.
The exhibition features pavilions for the country, featuring new and exciting
technologies from around the world.
EGAC participation in the exhibition is also part of EGAC activities to commemorate
the World Accreditation day, which will be held this year on the theme of Accreditation:
Adding value to supply chains, which will be celebrated by all accreditation bodies worldwide.
The Africa Food Manufacturing Exhibition, held this year under the auspices
of the Egyptian Ministry of Commerce and Industry, presents the full life cycle
of the food and beverage manufacturing process. The exhibition focuses on packaging
techniques such as packaging machines and processing techniques that include automation,
robots, food ingredients including raw materials and flavors, logistics such as storage and transportation.
The exhibition will serve as a gateway to trade between African countries
and the rest of the world through its interactive platform of cutting-edge technology and business opportunities,
offering a unique opportunity for manufacturers and shareholders to meet top buyers in the region under one roof.
The activities of the exhibition will continue during the period from 7 to 9 April 2019 at the exhibition grounds
at the fifth assembly hall 4.
EGAC, through its presence in the exhibition, aims to identify and raise awareness about the importance
of obtaining accreditation in order to comply with international requirements and specifications for the
quality of goods and services and to ensure the results of inspection, testing and inspection in accordance
with international standards and to enjoy the international recognition of the accreditation issued by the Council.
Internationally, regionally and continentally from the international accreditation organizations (ILAC / IAF, ARAC and continental AFRAC),
as well as the importance of accreditation in the promotion of local industries, foreign trade and protection
of local markets Products that are not compatible with the technical legislations of the Egyptian and international market.
It also explains the steps to obtain accreditation to all the conformity assessment bodies
with the availability of the latest interactive materials and information of EGAC,
which answer all queries of the applicants for accreditation
فقد الرئيس عبد الفتاح السيسى، عدداً من المشروعات التنموية فى محافظة كفر الشيخ، وعلى رأسها مشروع بركة غليون للاستزراع السمكى،
واستمع لشرح اللواء حمدى بدين، رئيس مجلس إدارة الشركة الوطنية للثروة السمكية والأحياء المائية، واللواء أشرف حامد، حول حجم الأعمال التى تم تنفيذها.
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