The logo of Emirates International Accreditation Centre (EIAC) is an ambigram that reads both ways – EIAC in Roman and اعتماد, which means 'Accreditation' in Arabic. The logo is a symbol of EIAC's vision to be one of the most acceptable accreditation centre globally, with international recognition and services that transcend geographies.
The EIAC logo with the golden color prevalent across all representing the golden sands of the United Arab Emirates, signifying the Centre's specific attributes.
The EIAC Logo Is adopted from the logo color of the Dubai Government demonstrating EIAC's commitment to supporting Dubai's ambitions and aspirations.
The EIAC Accreditation Symbol for accredited Conformity Assessment Bodies Symbolizes its global presence and international affiliations, including with ILAC and IAF , with blue being a common color across many international and regional accreditation entities.
The EIAC Accreditation Symbol for Accredited Halal Conformity Assessment Bodies signifies its commitment towards the Islamic Economy, with green being a globally recognized color for the Halal industry by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation , as indicated in their Logo.
The Emirates International Centre (EIAC) is the owner of all its symbols and logo. The use of EIAC symbols/logo is only allowed with formal permission from EIAC. The EIAC has issued a Requirement document "The Conditions for the Use of EIAC Accreditation Symbol and ILAC MRA/ IAF MLA Marks-EIAC-RQ-GEN-002" which is available on "Publication" section of this website.
The International Accreditation Forum (IAF) is the owner of IAF mark and International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) is the owner of ILAC mark.
The organization of Islamic Cooperation is the owner of its logo.
These symbols/marks/logos are protected as per UAE laws and unauthorized use of these symbols/marks/logos is not permitted.