I'm the Quality Manager at a testing lab, and I'm working on a training presentation for staff on 'risks to impartiality'. I will be asking them to report any identified risks to their supervisor and one of the examples of a risk to impartiality I'm giving as one that is likely to occur is 'pressure on lab staff due to an unforeseen event (e.g. equipment failure, delay in receiving supplies etc.) I believe that these are risks to impartiality as they do put the staff under stress which can lead to cutting corners if they aren't properly mitigated. I'm just wondering if I'm correct or if these types of pressures are not exactly what is meant by risks to impartiality. If they are considered risks, is there a good way to communicate these? I feel like these ones are not what most expect as a risk to impartiality as most think of Conflicts of Interest. Thanks for any information you can provide.