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Association of Consulting Scientists

Association of Consulting Scientists

The Association was founded in 1958 to promote the diverse range of expertise within its membership of independent consultancy practices.  Its structure and membership not only provide one to one services but also encourages the formation of multi-disciplinary teams to address client requirements.  Currently, the services offered range from accident investigations to radar imaging and beyond with many members acting as expert witnesses.

Members agree to be bound by the  Association’s Code of Practice.  The ACS has well established links with BSI giving members the opportunity to join technical committees.  The ACS is a member of the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee.

Further details are on the website.

Membership
Membership of the ACS is by practice not by individual.  The practices range in size from  sole practitioners to firms employing over 50 people.


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