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Non-responsive IADC-accredited training providers may face disciplinary action

Posted on 25 April 2011

IADC will take disciplinary action against training providers who have chosen not to respond to corrective/preventive actions from recent site audits or who have only partially responded and resolved the issues. They will be given final notice to provide evidence of implementation of all corrective actions.

Disciplinary action would include suspension, and ultimately revocation of accreditation, against providers who choose not to fully comply with the corrective action requests. Disciplinary action timelines will be determined by the severity of the nonconformity.

“IADC is committed to maintaining accreditation programs of the highest standards. Accreditation staff will continue to take steps to ensure the integrity of the programs,” Mark Denkowski, managing director for the IADC Accreditation and Certification Department, said.

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