We Accredit... World Recognize.
To strengthen the UAE's position as a hub for the Islamic and global economy and to empower decision-makers to ensure the continued development of infrastructure for the well-being of society; through many internationally recognized accreditation services without borders.
Global: Implementing global best practices that will enhance Dubai's reputation as the capital of the Islamic economy
Creativity and Innovation: Creating an environment that is conducive to creativity; and adopting innovative methods in our projects and services to achieve leadership.
Happiness: We seek to apply scientific aspects and creative initiatives to contribute to the UAE being the happiest country in the world
Professionalism: We enable employees to perform business accurately, and to the highest professional standards.
Partnership: We are keen to strengthen the relationship and channel positive energy to enhance cooperation with our partners to contribute to the realization of the vision of the United Arab Emirate
Governance: Making decisions to promote the efficient use of resources by adopting the principles of transparency, justice and equality with all concerned groups
EIAC Impartiality Policy
The Emirates International Accreditation Centre (EIAC) understands the importance of impartiality and is committed to provide the accreditation services with highest level of impartiality, independency and transparency. The EIAC manages conflict of interest and ensures objectivity of its accreditation activities.
The EIAC identifies analyses, evaluates, treats, monitors and document on an ongoing basis the risks to impartiality arising from its activities including any conflicts arising from its relationships or from the relationships of its personnel. The process includes participation of appropriate interested parties.
The EIAC does not provide consultancy and have no relationship with other consultants. The EIAC's activities shall not be presented as linked with consultancy or other services that pose an unacceptable risk to impartiality. Nothing shall be said or implied that would suggest that accreditation would be simpler, easier, faster or less expensive if any specified person(s) or consultancy were used. The EIAC takes appropriate actions to correct any such claims.
The EIAC shall ensure that all its personnel, internal or external, or committees, who could influence the accreditation activities, shall act impartially and shall not allow commercial, financial or other pressures to compromise the impartiality. All staff, subcontracted assessors and committee members are required to sign “Protecting confidentiality/impartiality agreement" with EIAC.
The EIAC periodically reviews the compliance with impartiality requirement as per ISO/IEC 17011:2017.
EIAC is a governmental department and all financial
resources are provided by the Government of Dubai. As per
the requirements of the department, the annual budget is allocated by the
The EIAC sources of income are:
- EIAC annual budget allocations by the Government of Dubai to cover all EIAC expenditures.
- Income from accreditation services,
- Income from training services,
- Income from registration services
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