The American Board of Accredited Certifications (ABAC) carries a distinct accreditation and a distinct mission compared to the accepted norms in the world of quality. We are an independent accreditation body, which means better adherence to standards and practices to accredited certifications issued by authorized registrars. The Certification Body (CB) will not only have better protocol, but just as important, real service and support, because of ABAC’s, unique position and characteristics in the quality industry. ABAC oversees accreditation and certification bodies assuring integrity, competency, and fair competition in the quality community. We accredit certifications based on the fundamental principles of accountability, ethical conduct, and commitment to quality. has the authority to accredit registrars, recognizing them for their Quality Management System’s(QMS) integrity and in addition truly “Adding Value” to a company and/or corporation.


  • ISO 9001 – Quality Management System
  • ISO 16949 – Automobile Related Products
  • ISO 14001 – Environmental Management System
  • ISO 13485 – Medical Devices
  • AS 9100 Rev C – Aerospace Industry
  • GMP Certification – Good Manufacturing Practices
  • ARM 9009 – Firearms and Armoring Systems
  • CAN 9009 – Legal Cannabis and Medical Marijuana
  • KOSH 9009 – Kosher Foods & Processing
  • ISO 17664 – Sterilizations of Medical Devices
  • ISO 26000 – Social Responsibility
  • MOD 9009 – Modular Building Systems
  • ISO 20000 – Information Technology Service Management
  • ISO 27001 – Information Security Management System
  • SQF & ISO 22000 – Food Safety Management System
  • CE Mark – Product Certification
  • Global GAP/OC – Good Agricultural Practices
  • R2 Certification – Electronics Repair & Recycling (See Below)
  • OHSAS 18001:2007 – Occupational Health & Safety Assessment Series
  • BSCI – Business Social Conformance Initiative
  • HACCP – Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point

Note about R2 Certification: Although we do offer consultation services for R2 Certification, we have decided not to recommend this standard due to a number of what we believe to be management inconsistencies and questionable anti-competitive practices from its developer SERI (Sustainable Electronics Recycling International). Therefore, ABAC’s Board of Advisors decided not to accredit certification bodies offering R2 certification. ABAC will be introducing a superior standard for responsible recycling to be issued by accredited certifying bodies with a proven record of emphasizing quality, transparency, and free competition.