Free PJLA Webinars
PJLA is now offering free webinars on various topics in relation to ISO/IEC 17025:2005 for both testing and calibration laboratories.
These are for all interested parties including: laboratories seeking accreditation, accredited laboratories, assessors and consultants.
Thursday, December 20 – 1:00pm EST
ISO/IEC 17025:2017 – 6.3 – Facilities & Environmental Conditions Along & Section 6.4 on Equipment
This webinar will look into the requirements requiring facilities and environmental conditions along with equipment specified in ISO/IEC 17025:2017. This will shed light onto records which need to be maintained along with environmental related requirements concerning laboratory activities performed both at the fixed facility and on site at the customer location.
Thursday, January 24 – 1:00pm EST
ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Section 6.6 Externally Provided Products and Services
A look at the requirements specified in Section 6.6 which incorporates both purchasing and subcontracting. This webinar will take a look at the requirements in regards to a procedure and records along with maintaining with compliance to this section. This includes the qualifications, which are needed along with the expanded requirement of monitoring of the performance and re-evaluation of critical supplies and services.
Thursday, February 21 – 1:00pm EST
ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Section 8.7 Corrective Actions
This webinar will dissect the requirements specified in Section 8.7 of the 2017 Standard. The will include the evaluation of the cause or causes in association with corrective action and the verification of their effectiveness. The webinar will attempt to highlight how effective implementation of the corrective action process will decrease the likelihood of reoccurrence.
The requirement for metrological traceability are defined in Section 6.5 if the 2017 Standard and is supported by Annex A of the Standard. This webinar will look at these requirements and also take a look a specific polices captured in Perry Johnson Laboratory Accreditation policy (PL-2) in regards to traceability and expand on what is needed when traceability is not maintained by the use of accredited sources or NMI’s which are not recognized by the CIPM MRA.