Free PJLA Webinars
PJLA is now offering free webinars on various topics in relation to ISO/IEC 17025:2017 for both testing and calibration laboratories.
These are for all interested parties including: laboratories seeking accreditation, accredited laboratories, assessors and consultants.
Thursday, September 28, 2023 – 1:00pm ET
Measurement Risk: Measurements Gone Wrong
In the world of precision engineering and scientific research, accurate measurements are the bedrock upon which progress is built. However, even the most meticulously calibrated instruments can yield erroneous results if not handled and maintained correctly. Join us for an enlightening webinar, “Measurement Risk: Measurements Gone Wrong,” where we will delve deep into the critical aspects of measurements, potential pitfalls, and strategies to mitigate measurement risks.
Don’t miss this opportunity to safeguard your measurements against the perils of inaccuracies. Join us for an engaging session filled with practical insights, expert advice, and valuable resources to elevate your organization to new heights. Register now and secure your place in this transformative webinar!
Presented by: Henry Zumbrun, Morehouse Instrument Company
Thursday, October 26, 2023 – 1:00pm ET
A Look at ISO/IEC 17025:2017 – Overview of the Requirements Specified for Equipment in Section 6.4
This webinar will review the requirements specified in Section 6.4 specific to equipment. It is specified however that this also includes but not limited to, measuring instruments, software, measurement standards, reference materials, reference data, reagents, consumables, or auxiliary apparatus. These requirements are in place to aid in the assurance that the equipment utilized in laboratory activities will promote the correct performance that can influence the results. We will explore the requirements detailing verification vs calibration of equipment. Also, correction factors and requirements concerning equipment records are detailed in this section.
Presented by: Michael Kramer, PJLA Calibration Program Manager