As part of our management system verification process, B-ADVANCY prioritizes independence and provides unbiased professional judgment. In accordance with our Impartiality Statement, we guarantee unbiased service.


Statement of Impartiality

It is important for B-ADVANCY Certification Ltd to manage any potential conflict of interest to ensure the impartiality of the audit and certification services provided by B-ADVANCY Certification Ltd.

To ensure the objectivity of B-ADVANCY Certification Ltd, to ensure customer satisfaction, and to comply with accreditation and regulatory body standards, B-ADVANCY Certification Ltd maintains an impartiality statement.

An impartiality policy has been established and adhered to by B-ADVANCY Certification Ltd, which is carefully monitored by both internal and external impartiality committees.


How Do We Ensure Impartiality?

The procedures in place at B-ADVANCY Certification Ltd ensure that all of our auditors maintain impartiality and integrity throughout the assessment process. The auditor must sign a contract stating that he or she has no conflicts of interest and that he or she will maintain strict confidentiality upon becoming a contractor.


All employees and contractors must also sign the ADVANCY Code of Ethics, which outlines the company's values, principles, and procedures. All B-ADVANCY auditors are required to adhere to procedures designed to ensure impartiality and integrity during the assessment process.


In order to identify, analyze, and document any potential conflicts of interest arising from the supply of certification services, B-ADVANCY Certification Ltd conducts an Impartiality Risk Analysis.


In B-ADVANCY, impartiality is managed through our Impartiality Committees, which are constituted at the local and holding levels.


Threats to impartiality we see


• Self-Interest – Putting one's own interests ahead of an organization's interests.


• Self Review – The risk of reviewing one's own work


• Advocacy – Promote opinions that oppose an organization's mission


• Familiarity – Close relationships with clients can be risky



• Intimidation – Pressure to be biased by threats