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IAF Chair's Message
Secretariat Report
UNECE Trade Recommendations Reference Accreditation
Strong Progress on IAF Database
User Advisory Committee Update
3P-EVP – Third Party Effectiveness Verification Program
IAF Technical Committee Task Force OH&SMS for the Development of a new IAF-MD Based on the Mandatory Document EA-3/13 M
IQNet: The Value of the Implementation and Certification of Management Systems International Standards
Protecting and Promoting French Know-How: from Now on Manufactured Goods Are Eligible for Protected Indication
ANSI’s Vice President of Accreditation Services Presents at GFSI Conference
Original Exhibition in PCA
Philippines Celebrates World Accreditation Day
BSCA: A Step Towards Harmonization
NABET Update
EGAC Update
ISO/IEC 17021-1:2015 Training Course for Mauritius Accreditation Service Assessors
DAC Makes Significant Progress on Regional & International Arenas in Q1
Innovating and Strengthening Areas in EMA
AFRAC Holds Training Workshop for its Peer Evaluators
ARAC Update
Highlights of the EA Certification Committee Meeting in March 2017
Many Decisions Taken to Enhance the EA Multilateral Agreement
Major milestones in EA and MLA scopes and standards at its 39th General Assembly


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Innovating and Strengthening Areas in EMA
In La Entidad Mexicana de Acreditación, A.C. (EMA), we are committed to protecting the environment and innovating for its care, so we develop and reinforce projects that improve the environment.

We currently have 8 Greenhouse Gases Validation/Verification Bodies and we have one more in the process of accreditation, which supports compliance with the General Law on Climate Change, part of the Mexican government's strategy to combat this phenomenon.

We have entered the international Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) scheme on sustainable forest management within the framework of certification issued by an accredited and independent third party. For this, we are working together with the regulator of our country responsible for forest certification, the National Forestry Commission, CONAFOR.

With these actions we strengthen our environment for future generations.