ISO/IEC 17025 Laboratory Management System Trainings
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What is ISO/IEC 17025?The term IEC stands for International Electrotechnical Commission which in cooperation with ISO creates the specific system for global standardization. ISO/IEC 17025 is an international standard for testing and calibration laboratories. It was established with the aim of offering quality and improving the processes within laboratories. ISO/IEC 17025 has two key clauses; Management Requirements which are associated with the performance and efficiency of the Quality Management System inside the laboratory, and Technical Requirements which focus on the competencies of employees, testing methodology, equipment, and the test and calibration results.
Why is Laboratory Management System important for you?Becoming certified against ISO/IEC 17025 demonstrates your commitment to implement the requirements of this standard. As a certified professional, you will enable your company to become technically proficient and produce accurate test and calibration data. In addition, you will be able to increase your job opportunities because there are many large laboratory companies which will value your comprehensive knowledge as a professional in this field. As a matter of fact, many organizations have started to offer contracts only to certified professionals and laboratories, as the majority of customers prefer to receive services from certified labs, consequently, enabling you to maximize your earning potential.
Benefits of ISO/IEC 17025 Laboratory Management SystemBy becoming an ISO 17025 certified professional, you will be able to:
- Improve your reputation
- Create new business connections
- Gain competitive advantage
- Increase laboratory effectiveness
- Gain access to more contracts for testing and calibration
- Offer proficiency on improving work processes
- Offer more reliable and efficient lab testing and results
- Achieve customer reliability
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