Kresimir Antonio Paliska,Senior Vice President
Kresimir Antonio Paliska Senior Vice President

This question is often raised. The answer is unequivocal: NO! There is no room for “can” or “may.” The situation is crystal clear. Consultancy entails activities such as preparing documentation, developing procedures, and providing specific advice, instructions, or solutions to ensure compliance with standards. The cornerstone of the accreditation process lies in independence and objectivity . Consultancy contradicts both of these principles. If an accreditation body ever offers you consultancy services, you should know that it violates the ISQua EEA accreditation standards. There is no gray area.
The answer is resoundingly clear: NO!