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I have a temperature calibrator I need to take out of service, not to be used again. What would be the correct way to document the decision using your toolkit?
I have a very important question related to ISO standard 17025-2017.
An accredited laboratory having ISO standard 17025-2017, indicating in documentation that the CAB is not doing any sampling. Explain and justify to me how this lab is not applicable for the clause 7.3 of ISO standard 17025-2017.
We manufacture a Streaming Current detector and calibrate using a 100ppm solution of a 50% solids polyamine. How can we comply with this code?
In ISO 17025 documentation, what is the difference between the working instructions and the procedure?
Let say our lab have 2 type of measurement system, do we need to provide document for both the system? If in the future we have additional system for other measurement, do we need to reapply for the certification? By the way, the information you share with me is very useful, thanks a lot
Hello - I purchased the ISO 17025 toolkit with extended support and have come across my first item for which I need help :)
I am working on implementing the ISO 17025 documentation provided in the tool kit and am unsure if my company needs the project plan. We already have an ISO 13485 management system in place so I'm unsure if this applies.
I have one question, that is if the lab has the calibration program for all the equipment, that enough for valid the result?
Or they have to do for example PT ?
I would like to ask if an OEM company is ISO9001:2015 certified is it mandatory that they will get certification for ISO IEC 17025:2017 accreditation? if answer is No, does it affects company's accreditation to IATF 16949?
appreciate the help. . if you can provide other reference I would be gladly to receive it. Thanks much.
I have a question regarding changing the calibration frequency of my field test instrument.
In the process of obtaining ISO 17025 I came to realise the external supplier I used to calibrate our field test instruments were not accurate enough which in turn was making my uncertainty of measurement for temperature calibration too high.
Due to this I have used another external supplier to carry out the field test instrument calibrations and the results have come back much better. Due to this finding I need to build up a calibration history quickly to help with my measurement uncertainty calculations, so instead of having my calibrators calibrated every 3 months I now have changed it to monthly, and will continue to do this for the next 4 months after which time I will change the calibration frequency back to 3 monthly.
How best do I document these findings and changes using your 17025 toolkit paperwork to show the auditors what I have done. Your help would be appreciated.
I would like to ask you a question.
The ISO17025 standard has a clause that explains how important environmental conditions are for a lab.
What is the acceptable range of RH for a laboratory?