What is Accreditation and How Does It Benefit My Organization?

These are common questions from organizations pursuing accreditation for the first time. I’ll answer these questions and more in an upcoming webinar.

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Topics: accreditation, benefits

Tips for Transitioning to ISO/IEC 17025:2017

A new ANAB webcast can help you prepare your laboratory for its ISO/IEC 17025:2017 assessment in 2019.

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Topics: ISO/IEC 17025, accreditation, transition

Transition of ISO/IEC 17025-based Standards to 2017 Version

With the release of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 in November 2017, many regulatory and industry-specific documents that are based on ISO/IEC 17025 will need to be updated to align with the 2017 version.

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Topics: ISO/IEC 17025, accreditation, DOD ELAP, DAGCAP

Approaches to Risk-based Thinking in Labs

ANAB’s new web-based training course provides an introduction to the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 concept of risk-based thinking and a basic process to identify, analyze, and mitigate risks.

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Topics: ISO/IEC 17025, accreditation, Risk, Training

AOAC Add-on Accreditation with ISO/IEC 17025

ANAB offers AOAC accreditation as an add-on to ISO/IEC 17025 and will soon offer an online training module covering AOAC requirements.

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Topics: AOAC, ISO/IEC 17025, accreditation

New Standard for Facility Management

It’s estimated that the global facility management market will be worth $1 trillion by 2025.

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Topics: ISO 41001, Facility Management, accreditation

ISO 50001 Gets a Boost

Posted by: ANAB 10.17.2018

ISO 50001 was recently revised, making it even more effective to tackle the world’s energy challenges and address climate change concerns.

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Topics: ISO 50001, energy management systems, accreditation

AAFCO and ISO/IEC 17025

The Food Safety Modernization Act of 2011 (FSMA) encourages feed testing laboratories to become accredited to ISO/IEC 17025.

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Topics: accreditation, fsma, feed testing labs

FSMA, Foreign Suppliers, and Third-Party

Foodborne illness strikes 48 million Americans annually, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, requiring hospitalization for more than 120,000 people and resulting in approximately 3,000 fatalities.

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Topics: accreditation, ANAB, certification, fda, fsma, vqip, fsvp, importers, food safety

ANAB Forensic Team in Malaysia

Posted by: ANAB 8.16.2018

An ANAB team of 32 forensic scientists from 24 organizations located in three different countries is conducting an assessment of the Department of Chemistry Malaysia.

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Topics: accreditation, ANAB, ISO/IEC 17025, forensics

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