We are the Net Connection Corporation, but you can call us NCC. A certification body founded in 1994 in the city of Los Angeles, USA and which since 1999 operates in Brazil as NCC Certificações do Brasil, accredited by Cgcre as Product Certification Body (OCP), System Certification Body (OCS), and Certification Body for Health Product Management Systems (OMD) and as a Certification Body Designed by Anatel for the certification of telecommunications products.
We believe that being one of the main agents in each of our segments leads to healthy growth paths, ensuring quality and safety, not only internally, but to help and develop solutions for all employees, customers, and society. Our global success is one of our most valuable assets and is reflected in our values and code of ethics. These are the main reasons why Bureau Veritas came together. Reinforcing our unity and cohesion, helping to promote our profitable growth strategy. NCC Certificações do Brasil is a certification body accredited by Cgcre. We assess the technical conformity of products and services following current standards and resolutions under the guidelines established in ABNT ISO/IEC 17065 and ABNT ISO/IEC 17021-1, impartially and objectively.
Vision, Mission, and Values
To be the leader in our business and one of the leading players in each of our segments and key geographic markets.
Generate economic value for our customers through quality, safety, environment, and health management applied to their assets, projects, products, and processes, resulting in training and certification for operation, risk reduction, and performance improvement.
Our Group’s global success is based on its solid reputation. This, in turn, constitutes one of our most valuable assets and is reflected both in our values and in our Code of Ethics. These values, shared by all, are the main reasons why Bureau Veritas came together. They reinforce our unity and cohesion and help drive our profitable growth strategy. The central values “integrity and ethics” and “impartiality and independence” were the focal point of the work carried out in 2003 under the leadership of the International Federation of Inspection Agencies (IFIA), which led to the elaboration of our first Code of Ethics, published in October 2003.