First, on April 23, he’ll present his “Who Needs Another Session on Risk of Decision Rules?” session and explore risk mitigation strategies. Then, in the afternoon, he’ll present his session “ASTM E74 Explained.” In this session, he’ll focus on the standard's requirements and show you where things could go wrong and what an auditor may look for.
The American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) is among the largest accreditation bodies in the world and the only independent, 501(c)3, non-profit, internationally recognized accreditation body in the United States that offers a full range of comprehensive conformity assessment accreditation services.
Established in 1978 as a public service membership society, A2LA is dedicated to formally recognizing competent testing and calibration laboratories (including medical laboratories), biobanking facilities, inspection bodies, product certification bodies, proficiency testing providers, and reference material producers. A2LA has over 4,000 actively accredited certificates representing all 50 US states and more than 50 countries.
The A2LA Annual Conference (formerly Tech Forum) has become one of the largest multidiscipline events in the accreditation industry, attracting attendees from over a dozen industries, including automotive, environmental, pharmaceutical, and calibration. The forum promotes discussion and training on topics related to the accreditation industry through face-to-face interactions with staff, members, assessors, accredited organizations, and other interested parties.
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