TNI-NEFAP Field Sampling and Measurement Organization (FSMO)

The TNI-NEFAP Field Sampling and Measurement Organization (FSMO) Accreditation includes the oversight of field sampling and measurement organizations to perform the analysis of air, solids, water, soil, chemical wastes and biological samples. These FSMO(s) will be assessed in accordance with the TNI-NEFAP Standards (Volume 1 and Volume 2).

Why become Accredited?

  • Demonstrate competence in sampling and field measurement activities
  • Promote compliance to TNI-NEFAP standards
  • Reduce potential costs to your organization
  • Increase your ability to produce reliable samples and measurement results
  • Gain a competitive market advantage

About the Accreditation Process

PJLA will conduct a full accreditation assessment of your organization that will encompass quality management system activities and technical requirements. This accreditation process includes a preliminary and post assessment documentation review. A certificate will be granted upon the successful completion of the assessment. Organizations will be required to be assessed on an annual basis to ensure maintenance of your accreditation program.

Why Choose PJLA to Conduct your Accreditation?

PJLA has experience in the accreditation market. We are a recognized accreditation body with the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) and with the Asia Pacific Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (APLAC) for both testing and calibration. We are currently preliminary approved as a recognized accreditation body for The National Environmental Field Activities Program and are now accepting applications. We offer competitive pricing plans that fit the needs of our customers. Our goal is to accommodate our customer’s needs in regards to costs, technical assistance and accreditation timelines.

Apply for TNI-NEFAP Accreditation

Organizations seeking TNI-NEFAP Accreditation may apply online through our easy quote request form.

Apply for Accreditation with PJLA


Additional Program Links:

http://www.nelac-institute.org/newnefap.php