Compliance with ISO/IEC 17025-2005 provides a globally accepted basis for laboratory accreditation. You must understand whether the current operations of your laboratory meet the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025-2005 and identify those areas where you are non-compliant. In doing so, you may save money by reducing the potential cost of additional audits by third-party accreditation bodies, and retesting non-compliant services for customers.
Join this session with expert speaker Dr. Daniel Davidson who will show you how to improve your compliance with ISO/IEC 17025-2005. This session will facilitate laboratories and guide them in developing systems to achieve compliance in those areas where they do not meet the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025-2005. You will learn common mistakes laboratories make and how to correct them in preparation for overall compliance.
By attending this session, you will learn how to evaluate your testing lab for common areas of non-compliance with ISO/IEC 17025-2005. This will ultimately save you money by reducing the potential cost of additional audits and retesting non-compliant services for customers. You will also learn how to create or improve your lab’s quality manual to become compliant with this standard, and improve record-keeping and reporting to advance major areas of customer service.
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- Dr. David Lim
Dr. Daniel Davidson is an experienced consulting advisor, market and technical researcher in the field of engineering plastics and composites for the past 20+ years, focused on experience with resin producers, processors, additive suppliers and plastic compounders. He has lived and traveled extensively in Asia: working with the composites compounding and plastics additives industries in China, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Japan and...
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