956-14 ISO/IEC 17025 Road to Accreditation: The Journey Continues…
April 2, 2014 December 31, 2018
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In the first webinar, "Where to Start and What to Consider", experienced laboratorians shared what's involved in getting started on the journey to ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation. During the second webinar, faculty will share their perspectives when answering questions generated from the first webinar. The webinar will help you continue the journey towards ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation.
At the conclusion of this program, the participant will be able to:
•Discuss the value of accreditation
•Develop an approach for ensuring top-level support for achieving accreditation
•List the differences between an internal audit and an external audit
•Identify the elements of corrective action and when it is needed
Brenda Jackson, MS, Quality Systems Manager, Food & Drug Protection Division, North Carolina Department of Agriculture
Louise Ogden, BS, Quality Assurance Officer, Laboratory Services Division, Minnesota Department of Agriculture
Gail Parker, BS, Quality Manager, Division of Food Safety, Bureau of Chemical Residue Laboratories, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Audrey Pilkington, BS, Assistant Director of Laboratory Services, Food & Drug Protection Division, North Carolina Department of Agriculture
Yvonne Salfinger, MS, APHL Consultant, Denver, CO and Retired Bureau Chief, Division of Food Safety, Bureau of Food Laboratories, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Tracy Stiles, MS, M(ASCP), Director, Microbiology Division, Massachusetts State Laboratory
Sharon Webb, Ph.D., Director of the Quality Program for the University of Kentucky, Division of Regulatory Services
Who Should Attend
This webinar was designed and developed for food and feed testing laboratory professionals who wish to achieve, enhance, or maintain their accreditation to ISO/IEC 17025.
Continuing Education Credit
There is no continuing education option available with this course.
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