How to Apply
How to Apply for IASC Certification
To start the IASC certification process, information is obtained about the facility or the products to be certified. Once certified, products undergo annual re-certification testing and facilities are re-audited every three years. You can download the forms needed to start the process below under "Certification Forms".
Download the application to either certify a new facility or recertify a listed facility.
Download the application to either certify a new product or to recertify a listed product.
Certification Coordinator: Rosie Ysasi
Mail: 8630 Fenton Street, Suite 918,
Silver Spring, MD 20910 USA
Email, call, fax, or write the Certification Coordinator to obtain the necessary forms.
IASC Certification Program Fee Structure
The following are current fees associated with participation in the IASC Certification Programs effective June 1, 2022. Please contact the Certification Coordinator for a quote for your facility or products.
All fees are in $USD.
Certification Program Fees
Facility Certification Fees
|Auditor Fees (audit day / travel days)||$1000 / $500||$1000 / $500|
|Airfare, transportation, meals, and accommodations||Charged at cost||Charged at cost|
|Mileage reimbursement||Current IRS rate||Current IRS rate|
Product Certification Fees
|First product certified||$1050||$1650|
|Additional Products, certified with first product||$525 ea.||$825 ea.|
|Additional products, certified after first product||$1050 ea.||$1650 ea.|
|Annual product recertification (first product)||$800||$1100|
|Additional Annual product recertifications (same time)||$525 ea.||$825 ea.|
Other Certification Program Fees
|Raw material supplier or manufacturing facility change||$400||$800|
|Duplicate label certification||$420 ea.||$660 ea.|
Annual monitoring and random sampling of certified products and facilities will be conducted at the discretion of the IASC Certification Committee. This random review ensures that participants of the program maintain the highest levels of product integrity and compliance. Should a product not pass certification, or if re-validation is required, a second on-site audit of the manufacturing facility may be scheduled at the expense of the company requesting certification including any airfare or other travel fees, auditor’s fee, meals, lodging and lab fees.