Suspensions and withdrawals

It is possible for bodies to have their accreditation withdrawn temporarily if it appears they no longer meet the specified standards. We refer to this as a suspension. In that case they are given six months to implement the required improvements and to have those improvements assessed.

It is also possible that bodies lose their accreditation permanently, in which case we talk of a withdrawal: the accreditation agreement is then terminated. Suspensions and withdrawals can be voluntary or imposed. In both cases a body is not permitted to use the accreditation mark for the relevant activities anymore. Policy document BR002 describes the rights and obligations relating to suspension or withdrawal.

Below is a list of all current suspensions and withdrawals. Different bodies can have several registration numbers, in which case the suspension or withdrawal only relates to the registration number stated on the list.

Suspensions

Line.nr
Organisation
Information
Line.nr C432
Organisation
Certification Association Russian Register
SAINT-PETERSBURG, Rusland
Information
Date: 10-03-2022
Imposed suspension, complete scope
Line.nr L514
Organisation
Verattest B.V.
NEDERWEERT, Nederland
Information
Date: 26-01-2022
Imposed suspension, complete scope

Withdrawals

Line.nr
Organisation
Information
Line.nr C428
Organisation
SCI Netherlands B.V.
GIESSEN, Nederland
Information
Date: 01-03-2022
Voluntary withdrawal, complete scope
Line.nr L526
Organisation
DEKRA Rail B.V.
UTRECHT, Nederland
Information
Date: 09-02-2022
Voluntary withdrawal, complete scope
Line.nr L653
Organisation
Scandinavian Tobacco Group Eersel B.V.
EERSEL, Nederland
Information
Date: 12-01-2022
Voluntary withdrawal, complete scope