ISO/IEC 17025:2017 LABORATORY QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS - ONLINE (LQMS)


Description
PROGRAM OVERVIEW

ISO/IEC 17025, General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories, is the international reference for testing and calibration laboratories wanting to demonstrate that they operate competently and generate technically valid results. This provides confidence both nationally and internationally. Test reports and certificates can be accepted from one country to another without the need for further testing, which, in turn, facilitate international trade. ISO/IEC 17025 can be used by any organization that performs testing, sampling or calibration. This includes all types of laboratories, first party, second party and third party. The standard is useful to universities, research institutions, governments, regulators, inspection bodies, product certification organizations and other conformity assessment bodies where testing, sampling or calibration is required. This training course is designed to provide an understanding of the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025 and how laboratories can implement it.

OBJECTIVES
• To understand conformity assessments standards
• To appreciate the importance of laboratory accreditation
• To understand and apply the requirements of ISO/ IEC 17025 to laboratory operations

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
• Management and technical staff of laboratories of all disciplines, Managers, Executives and Engineers.
• Professionals who are directly or indirectly users of test results and/or calibration data
• Academia

Content
  • TRAINING NOTES AND STANDARD
  • TRAINING NOTES PART 1
  • TRAINING NOTES PART 2
  • TRAINING NOTES PART 3
  • MS ISO-IEC 17025-2017
  • Section 1
  • 1. Intro
  • 2. Standards Development Work
  • 3. Why ISO
  • 4. Accreditation and Certification
  • 5. Malaysia Structure of Conformity Assesment
  • Section 2
  • 1. SAMM Policies and STR
  • 2. Specific Criteria Accreditation
  • 3. Type Of Assesment
  • 4. Accreditation Schemes and Programme
  • 5. ISO IEC 17025 Historical Development
  • 6. Operational Process of a Laboratory
  • Section 3
  • 1. Intro
  • 2.Structure Part 1
  • 3. Structure Part 2
  • 4. Scope_Normative References_Terms and Definitions
  • Section 4
  • 4.1 Impartiality
  • 4.2 Confidentiality
  • Section 5
  • 5. Structural Requirements
  • 5.4 Laboratory Activities
  • 5.5 The Laboratory
  • 5.6 Laboratoy Personel
  • 5.7 Laboratory Management
  • Section 6
  • 6.1 General
  • 6.2 Personnel
  • 6.3 Facilities and Environmental Conditions
  • 6.4 Equipment
  • 6.5 Metrological Tracebility
  • 6.6 Externally provided products and services
  • Section 7
  • 7.0 Intro
  • 7.1 Review of request_tenders and contracts
  • 7.2 Selection_verification and validation method
  • 7.3 Sampling
  • 7.4 Handling of test or calibration items
  • 7.5 Technical Record
  • 7.6 Evaluation of measurement uncertainty
  • 7.7 Ensuring the validity of results
  • 7.8 Reporting the results
  • 7.9 Complaints
  • 7.10 Non conforming work
  • 7.11 Control of data and information management
  • Section 8
  • 8.1 Option
  • 8.2 Management system documentation
  • 8.3 Control of management system documents
  • 8.4 Control of record
  • 8.5 Actions to address risks and opportunities
  • 8.6 Improvement
  • 8.7 Corrective Action
  • 8.8 Internal Audits
  • 8.9 Management Review
  • COURSE EVALUATION COURSE
  • COURSE EVALUATION FORM
  • Assessment paper 01-Jan-2021
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever