Accreditation provides a sense of truthful confidence, a sense of trust. Trust that needs be verifiable. As consumers we expect that test results are correct, that foods for consumption that goods are safe for use, that professionals are proficient in acting and safeguarding consumers that will live within a freewill economy. Many things can go wrong and have gone wrong, our commitment legally bound by a primary purpose to protect community and consumers.
Protection of communities and consumers is our primary purpose within the free market. The GOB accreditation and recognition programs sustain through a chain trust that begins with a signatory commitment based legal charter. Organizations within the supply chain, public or private, that meet the legally binding commitment and criterion set forth as a public trust, earn our accreditation mark. This is a legally binding commitment open to the market, that need not be mandated or enforced, it is goodwill. To carryout our work we can only do it in a manner proficiently consistent with freewill and volunteerism from delegates around the world.
The GOB posses authority from authoritative governmental tripartite with the aim of verifying proficiency of third-party service providers. Through our activities we attest and monitor signatories and bearers third-party certification bodies as well recognizing entities that provide activities sustaining community and consumer protection. When an accreditation or recognition instrument is earned, we are a final link in the chain of trust by a sense of power, GOB | GCC Powered.
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