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By Sara Nedley on September 16, 2013
When everything within your quality system seems to be running like a well-oiled machine, it is easy to get stuck in a rut and perceive a lack of corrective actions or deviations as a signal that nothing needs to change [...]
By Sara Nedley on May 31, 2013
Sara Nedley discusses the importance of your laboratory personnel using the correct quality terminology in the lab for better communication with auditors and especially with your customers.
By Sara Nedley on March 20, 2013
Every time I do training, I try to ask myself, “What is it that I am hoping to get out of this”? Typically in answering that question I also answer, “What do I hope the trainees get out of this?” Although many types of training are required on an annual basis, there is no reason […]
By Tricia Wood on February 19, 2013
During the course of my 25 year career in QA/QC, I have hosted and/or participated in an estimated 70 audits. This includes both certification and customer audits. Over the course of those years, my approach has changed quite a bit. Early on, I would approach audits with angst and trepidation. In other words, I would dread them. But over the years, experience (and yes age) has changed that view, as I now see audits as tools for improvement. I’ve also come to realize that auditors are people too and not to be feared—especially since I have conducted many audits myself.
Gateway Analytical Receives ISO 17025:2005 Accreditation from the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation
By Shawn Wilhelm on February 5, 2013
Gateway Analytical announced it received its ISO 17025:2005 accreditation from American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA). The accreditation focuses on material science and industrial forensics laboratory testing.
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