The National Accreditation Entity (ENAC) is an independent organization, supervised by the Administration, created with the purpose of accrediting at the state level, and in accordance with international standards, the technical competence of the Laboratory for a specific scope.
ENAC is a signatory of the EA Multilateral Agreement (European co-operation for Accreditation) and ILAC (International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation) in terms of testing and calibration. (Joint IAF-ILAC-ISO Communiqué).
The accreditation by (ENAC) for a Laboratory, implies a differentiating feature in the market, being a guarantee of integrity and technical competence, leaving the work of the Laboratory internationally recognized.
The accreditation of a Laboratory makes its services inspire confidence.
When a laboratory is used to perform tests on products, to determine their characteristics, as part of the quality control or to determine compliance with certain requirements established in standards or specifications, it is necessary to be sure that it is capable of providing correct results in the that can be trusted or, what is the same thing, that it is a technically competent laboratory.
For companies, resorting to a laboratory that ensures maximum technical competence is essential to ensure the reliability of their products or services, minimize risks and increase the confidence of their customers as well as the acceptance of their products in other markets.