Quality Management

BET are accredited as a testing laboratory by INAB (the Irish National Accreditation Board) The term accreditation is often misunderstood, often by those who claim ‘to be accredited’ without having any understanding of what it really means!

Accreditation is only awarded in Ireland by INAB and requires a company to operate and maintain an ISO compliant quality management system. The process of gaining accreditation is not for the light hearted and involves the development and practice of many technical and managerial procedures to ensure complete traceability and quality of the test results. Our quality management system covers all aspects of our testing activities including calibration and maintenance of equipment, training of staff and the way that we deal with contracts and our customers.

The importance of providing a technically excellent service to our clients has always been at the center of what we do and the need for us to establish complete traceability was a clear company objective from the very beginning.

Why is Quality and Accreditation important?

An accredited company has been assessed against internationally recognised standards to demonstrate competence, impartiality and performance capability. This process is continuous to ensure that high standards of quality are always maintained.
Using an accredited company gives you and your clients the confidence and traceability necessary in the environment of today’s construction industry.

What is the Role of Accreditation?

Accreditation is the independent evaluation by an authoritative body of conformity assessment bodies, against recognised national and international standards, to carry out specific activities in order to ensure their integrity, impartiality and competence. As a result of this process, governments and private sector procurers and consumers can have confidence in the calibration and test results, inspection reports and certifications provided in the provision of energy.

Specifying a Test

Specifying a test becomes more straight forward if you simply specify that an INAB accredited specialist with a proven track record is required to carry out the independant test.

If you are unsure about exactly how to specify an airtightness test please contact us and we will be happy to provide any guidance necessary.