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Free webinar – What are the Steps in the ISO 17025 Accreditation Process?

Presenter (in English): Tracey Evans

Tracey Evans
Webinar designed for organizations applying for ISO 17025 accreditation for the first time. The webinar explains the application process and gives tips on how to prepare for the assessment.

Language: English

Format: Recorded webinar

Duration: 61m 14s (1h 1m 14s)

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Register for this webinar to learn:

  • How to select an accreditation body
  • How to apply for accreditation
  • What information and supporting documentation you need to provide on the application
  • Practicalities of the initial assessment – What to expect
  • How to show objective evidence to assessors
  • What an auditor can and cannot do
  • How to address clearance of assessment findings
  • What remote assessments are and what to expect

Target audience:

This training is designed for professionals involved in the ISO 17025 accreditation process for the first time, including:

  • Quality assurance managers
  • Laboratory managers
  • Technical personnel
  • Laboratory nominated representatives
  • ISO 17025 consultants

Presented by: Tracey Evans

Tracey Evans

Tracey Evans is an ISO 17025 expert with an MSc degree in Biochemistry, and more than 15 years’ experience in Laboratory Management Systems.

This experience includes a variety of testing and calibration laboratories in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical pathology, veterinary, engineering, mining, water, and agricultural sectors. Tracey has used her insight into ISO 17025 and ISO 9001 to assist clients in developing and implementing systems, performing method validation and internal audits, addressing risks and opportunities, and achieving ISO 17025 accreditation.