Impartiality Policy

INFS ‘s Management is committed to ensure that all the Certification activities are undertaken in an impartial and unbiased manners. INFS personnel either internal or external committees thereof who could influence any certification process are obliged to act impartially and shall not allow commercial, financial or other pressure that would compromise their impartiality in any way.

INFS provides certification services in such a way that activities and relationship do not cause any possible conflict of interest. 

However, if relationship creates a threat to impartiality. INFS document and demonstrate that how to eliminate such threat and the relevant information will be available for those concerned.INFS takes due precaution to ensure there is no threat to impartiality. Employees are encouraged and required to declare any conflict of interest - existing or possible. If an employee fails to declare conflict of interest and the conflict has found to impact the integrity of assessment, the applicant involved is debarred and the employee is suspended or in severe breech of impartiality policy terminated. INFS will all times be able to demonstrate that our certification decisions based on objective evidence and that our decisions have not been improperly influenced by other interests or by other parties.

The top management of INFS is committed to respect to support to the independent operation of the INFS and if any relationship (internal or external) that poses an acceptable threat to impartiality exists, then certification services shall not be provided.

Jyoti Dabas Signature

Director (Ms Jyoti Dabas)