ISO 17025 Quality Systems for Testing and Calibration Laboratories


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If you wish to document an ISO 17025 quality system yourself, you may purchase our  "Customize It Yourself" ISO 17025 Quality Manual for only $329This manual was designed for small businesses, and will save you months of documentation time,  significantly reducing your costs.

This ISO 17025 Quality Manual also meets the intent of ISO 9001:2008 requirements.  It includes 23 associated procedures, 36 forms, and a work instruction template for documenting calibration/test instructions, which you customize specifically for your needs.  As an added bonus, we will send you our Measurement Uncertainty training course material, free of charge.  This course includes a PowerPoint presentation, hand-outs, and exercises in MS Word.  We will also send you download links for free audit checklists, accreditation guidance documents, and measurement uncertainty software.  This software will assist you in calculating and analyzing measurement uncertainty that incorporates the concepts and methods presented in the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement (GUM).   

When you install our documented ISO 17025 compliant system in your small to medium sized business, you will be able to gain control of your calibration/testing process, quickly and at a reasonable cost.  You will receive a sensible and flexible ISO 17025 Compliant Quality Manual, procedures, and forms which, when implemented in your business, will significantly strengthen your calibration/testing process.  You will find that your defect rates and costs are reduced to a minimum, and follow-up time will be minimal.   

Testimonial: "The ISO 17025 Manual I received from Quality Systems Innovations, Inc. was the best money I have ever spent on my QA system.  The manual was easy to read, easy to customize and was formatted perfectly.  And unbeknown to me it included all the procedures and forms as well."  

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ISO 17025:2005 Accreditation Kit

Our ISO 17025:2005 Accreditation Kit for only $750.00 includes the following products: 

A pre-written quality manual, including 23 associated procedures, 36 forms, and a work instruction template for documenting calibration/test instructions

Measurement Uncertainty training course material and free software

VQC Advisor computer-based training/advisory program

Suggested implementation plan which can be modified to your needs

Computer-Based ISO Internal Auditor Training (unlimited number of students)

ISO Internal Auditor Training for Small Business Kit (includes a PowerPoint presentation and exercises and forms in MS Word format)  

Free audit checklists and accreditation guidance documents

 

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Quality Systems Innovations, Inc. is an authorized affiliate of Qualisyst Ltd.  QMSys GUM software is comprehensive software for the evaluation of measurement uncertainty.  Whether you are a scientist, metrologist, design engineer, production engineer, test engineer or anyone else dealing with measurement accuracy, this software will simplify your measurement uncertainty calculations and reporting.  QMSys GUM Software furnishes the statistical analysis, while you furnish the technical knowledge.

GUM Standard offers the classical calculation of the measurement uncertainty for linear models of the measurement process according to GUM Uncertainty Framework.

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GUM Professional offers fast and reliable analysis of measurement uncertainty for linear and non-linear models of the measurement process according to GUM Uncertainty Framework and validation of the results using the Monte Carlo method.

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GUM Enterprise is the ultimate software tool for precise and accurate analysis of the measurement uncertainty, using the two most powerful methods to calculate the measurement uncertainty - the GUM uncertainty framework and the Monte-Carlo method.

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What is ISO 17025?

ISO 17025 - General Requirements for the Competence of Calibration and Testing Laboratories was published by ISO in December 1999 and revised in May 2005.  It is the result of a joint partnership between the International Organization for Standardization and the International Electrotechnical Commission.  The standard replaces ISO Guide 25 and EN 45001 and takes into consideration the operating experience gained since the previous standards were published.

ISO 17025 was developed specifically to give guidance to laboratories on both quality management and the technical requirements for proper operation.  This standard can be considered the technical compliment to ISO 9000.  Consequently, any organization that satisfies the requirements of ISO 17025 also meets the intent of ISO 9000 requirements; however, the reverse is not true.

While the ISO 9000 requirements are generic and are intended to be applicable to any type of organization, the ISO 17025 requirements are specific to testing and calibration laboratories.  This standard addresses issues such as: the technical competence of personnel, ethical behavior of staff, use of well-defined test and calibration procedures, participation in proficiency testing, and contents of test reports and certificates.

Another reason for development of the standard was to harmonize laboratory accreditation and acceptance of test data worldwide.  All participating countries will be required to accept the test results performed by accredited members of these other countries.
 


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