Another successful extension of ISO 17025 scope of accreditation

19 April 2021

Through the difficulties of the past year with the global pandemic impacting on many businesses, IntaForensics has remained steadfast in its dedication to quality and customer service.

During this time, ISO 17025 surveillance visits have been successfully completed remotely and we have also been fortunate enough to invite the UKAS assessment team onsite. This most recent extension to scope builds upon our current scope to capture and process data from Mobile Phones and Tablets to now include the analysis of data, this extension to scope has been similarly executed with both onsite and desk-top reviews being conducted on our methods and operations.

 

IntaForensics UKAS 17025:2017 Scope of Accreditation

 

IntaForensics would like to thank the UKAS assessment team for its efficient and enthusiastic manner with which this scope requirement has been dealt with, and we are thrilled with the grant of accreditation.

Particular thanks to our senior mobile device analyst Adam Zia for his contribution to the assessment process and well done to all of the IntaForensics team for their continued support.

IntaForensics Quality Manager, Kay Murfin says:

 

IntaForensics team photo - Kay Murfin “This is great news and is particularly rewarding when you consider the challenging year we have been through. Our continued commitment to accreditation instils confidence in our laboratory activities for all our stakeholders”.

 

UKAS confirmed the ETS on Friday 16th April, and the schedule has been published today on the UKAS website.

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