Certificazioni non accreditate


Accreditation is not a license/authorization that has its source and authority over a law, but a recognition that has its legitimacy on ISO standards, of a voluntary nature.
A Certification Body that complies with ISO 17021 is entitled to issue certificates of conformity to international standards. The Certificate issued commits the Body legally (Responsibility) and ethically towards the market to contribute to trust in the certification system.
I.S.P. CERTIFICATIONS as a partner of accredited Certification Bodies, and responsible for their certification marks, provides a non-accredited certification service under its own responsibility, complying with all the requirements of ISO 17021 in the activities provided and in the qualification of its auditors.

La norma ISO 39001 "Road Traffic Safety Management Systems"

The scheme can be used for the certification of any organization's road risk reduction management system. It is important to note that ISO 39001 certification does not certify a particular performance in terms of road safety, but rather demonstrates that the certified organization has an adequate management system to keep the impacts on road risk deriving from its activities under control, and systematically seek improvement

La norma UNI ISO 13009:2018

The standard establishes the general requirements and recommendations for beach operators offering services to tourists and visitors. Provides guidance for both beach operators and users on the implementation of sustainable management and planning, beach ownership, sustainable infrastructure and service delivery needs, including beach safety, information and communication, cleaning and waste removal.

La norma UNI 11034:2003

UNI 11034 is the standard that provides the qualification requirements for childcare services and can be applied to all organizations that provide early childhood services - such as crèches, centers for children and parents, play centres/spaces - and Territorial Educational Services .

La norma SA 8000 Corporate Social Responsibility

The international standard therefore has the purpose of improving working conditions worldwide and above all allows the definition of a standard verifiable by Certification Bodies.
  • respect for human rights,
  • respect for workers' rights,
  • protection against the exploitation of minors,
guarantees of safety and health in the workplace.