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From your experience, and your team does the (Personal in the ISO 17025:2017 ) required to have a training and certificate before starting auditing the lab by (IAS) For example.
How to consistently implement ISO requirements?
My question is regarding GLP. Are there written requirements of GLP anywhere .which would be fulfilled to by lab .
More over in ISO 17025 we have clause of improvements. If the lab will get same results as was in previous year then it means the lab has maintained its success or maintained the implemented rules. Does this would be counted in improvement ? Further to fulfill the clause of improvement what would you suggest to do ?
If you already have a 17020 accreditation and you require a 17025 accreditation would it be best to adapt the existing management system or build a new separate one alongside?
I am confused. We certify freezers and refrigerators to customers that buy them from us. There is a pharmacy that uses it to store vaccines. They want the certification doc to state that it complies with ISO 17025. I thought that it was not mandatory.
Do we need that certification to certify the freezer?
We have an NC regarding clause 7.2, how do I address it and close it?
When update quality system, if we have a stock of printed forms with a code for example "lab(5) form". In new document we change the coding system for example 6-4-01. Can we use the old form although it has a cod with different system. or it is acceptable to change the code on each form manually?
What are the requirements for temperature, humidity, and room type when it comes to creating an in house calibration lab?
If you want to be an expert in quality of a pathology lab what are the steps to follow and concentrate on
"Under clause 6.4.3 within 17025, I have a question regarding a requirement or not if there is a requirement for a test for residual detergents? This is regarding the cleaning of glassware within microbiology.