Standard-setters: today’s approach to standards and accreditation

By on 10/09/2018 | Updated on 10/09/2018

In an era of self-regulation and earned recognition, public servants must adapt their approach to setting standards and using accreditation.

A new Standards and Accreditation Handbook is now available for policy makers and regulators. Produced by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) and the British Standards Institution (BSI), the Handbook provides an overview of how standards and accreditation can be used to deliver policy and regulatory outcomes. The Handbook also contains case studies demonstrating how standards and accreditation are used to support self-regulation, co-regulation and earned recognition. Download a copy to see how standards and accreditation could help you in your work.

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