IAJapan is a government accreditation body established in NITE that meets international standards aiming to become the core accreditation
body in Japan.
A promotional film "World Accreditation Day 2014" has been uploadedNew!
June 9th 2014 will mark World Accreditation Day, a global initiative jointly established by the International Accreditation Forum (IAF) and International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) to raise awareness of the importance of accreditation-related activities. A short promotional film titled World Accreditation Day Animation 2014 about how accreditation delivers confidence in everyday life is uploaded on the IAF and ILAC YouTube channel.
Subtitles to the voice-over narration of the film are available in 25 different languages. Please click the "caption" button on the right corner of the YouTube screen to access subtitles.
IAJapan (International Accreditation Japan) is a government accreditation body
that was established following a comprehensive review of accreditation programs for testing and calibration laboratories
operated at NITE, with the perception as the duty of the government accreditation body to respond to requests from industries,
academies, and the government administrations.
Accreditation programs currently operated in IAJapan include JCSS (Japan Calibration Service System), JNLA (Japan National Laboratory Accreditation System), ASNITE (Accreditation System of NITE) and MLAP (Specified Measurement
Laboratory Accreditation Program).
IAJapan aims at “One-Stop-Testing” through joining and maintaining of
Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA) of ILAC/APLAC for mutual acceptance of test/calibration results or characteristic values of Reference Materials, ultimately contribution to free trade around the world.