To promote quality principles and facilitate the use of standards to reduce technical barriers to trade and investment, ensure a sustainable Swazi economy and safeguard the nation’s health, safety and environment. 


    To be the recognized centre of excellence and the preferred supplier for services relating to the use of standards in Swaziland and beyond.

  • Mission
  • Vision


The  mission  of  the  Swaziland  Standards  Authority  (SWASA)  is to  promote  quality  principles  and  facilitate  the  use  of  standards  to  reduce  technical  barriers  to  trade  and  investment,  ensure  a  sustainable Swazi economy and safeguard the nation’s health, safety and environment. An essential  component  to  fulfilling  this  mission  can  be  traced directly  to  one  of the  Authority’ s  functions to   “encourage  or  undertake  educational  work  in connection  with  standardization  and  quality”  as provided in its founding Act. Through its Training Unit, SWASA conducts training courses during its  calendar year as indicated in our training programme.  We undertake to provide quality training that is relevant to the needs of our society. This we ensure by engaging well qualified and experienced instructors for each and every course we offer.  As  the  National  Standards  Body  we  are  proud  to  offer  standards-based  training  that  will  help industry, commerce and the public sector to maximize their return on investment by understanding and implementing the Swaziland National Standards (SZNS). 

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Why train with us?

Because we have helped shape and develop many of the country’s leading standards, our expert knowledge means a lot, and when you train with us you benefit from this expertise. Government and regulators consult us before passing new laws and/or technical regulations, these are reflected in the standards that we develop. We also understand that business success starts with people. We have also trained many auditors who carry out these assessments and now we can take you from beginner to expert quickly – wherever you are on you learning journey, we can tailor training to you and your business needs.

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  • The Quality Assurance Department will be the custodians of the SWASA mark for quality as it is through this department that quality testing and certification will be carried out. The department’s functionality will depend on local industry utilizing the Swazi National Standards that will have been developed by the Technical Department and further seeking to be certified ...

  • SWASA will be disseminating standards addressing technical problems in various sectors and will be encompassing many professions. People involved in these sectors and others will be invited o partake in Technical Committees. The sectors already identified are:


    -  Fresh Produce
    -  Prepackaged stuff ...

  • In order for the people to be able to implement the standards, they must understand exactly what is implied in the various paragraphs within the standard. Standards-based training may be facilitated by SWASA staff or it may be done by a subcontracting company. Based on the type of standards that are on demand it is envisaged that SWASA may offer more than 10 courses per year. Training on standards forms part of the Standards Marketing Strategy of SWASA, since, as more people understand standards, the more they will be willing to implement them ...
  • The Swaziland Standards Authority’s Information Centre is a reference point for technical information on standards and quality issues within the Technical Department, and its basic objective is to provide a means for acquiring and disseminating information on standards and related matters from and to the stakeholders. Information is availed to SWASA clients and general public through the print media, radio, the SWASA website www.swasa.co.sz and by visiting the Centre ... 

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