1. The significance of applying for laboratory accreditation
Performing laboratory certification can improve the laboratory's own management level and technical capabilities, ensure the accuracy and reliability of the data issued, and increase customers' trust in the laboratory. Specifically, it can be summarized into the following aspects:
(1) It shows that the laboratory has the technical ability to carry out calibration/testing in accordance with relevant international standards.
(2) Enhance the competitiveness of laboratories in the calibration/testing market, and win the trust of government departments and all walks of life.
(3) Participate in bilateral and multilateral cooperation in international laboratory accreditation, and get wider recognition.
(4) Be included in the "National Laboratory Accreditation List" to increase the visibility of the laboratory.
2. Conditions for applying for laboratory accreditation
According to the requirements of CNAS, the conditions that a testing/calibration laboratory applying for accreditation must meet include: a clear legal status, that is, the laboratory or its parent body should be an entity that can independently assume legal responsibility; established in accordance with the accreditation criteria and its application instructions Quality management system, and all elements (processes) have been operated and have corresponding records, including a complete internal audit and management review; the quality management system has been in operation for at least six months; the on-site review by CNAS can be accepted within three months after the application; Have the testing/calibration capabilities within the scope of application for accreditation, and have participated in at least one CNAS or its recognized proficiency testing activities when possible; have the power to control the required resources; comply with CNAS accreditation rules, accreditation policies and other relevant regulations, including payment accreditation Expenses and fulfill related obligations.
CNAS can provide comprehensive accreditation to laboratories, including laboratories that monitor, test, or evaluate products or materials, and laboratories that calibrate testing instruments or measuring devices. The laboratory accreditation agency promises not to discriminate against the laboratories applying for accreditation, that is, regardless of their attributes, private, joint-stock, industrial or government, and regardless of their number of personnel, scale or testing/calibration The size of the scope of activities will be treated equally to provide accreditation services.
3. Rights and Obligations of Approved Laboratory Accreditation Units
Approved laboratory accredited units have the right to publicize their technical capabilities for testing and calibration within the prescribed scope and have been accredited.
Approved laboratory accreditation units have the right to use the laboratory accreditation logo on the certificates or reports issued within the accredited scope, as well as advertisements, special letterheads, and promotional publications to be used.
1. Approved laboratory accreditation units have the right to lodge complaints about the work of CNAS, its staff, and reviewers, and have the right to lodge appeals against CNAS's decisions related to laboratory accreditation.
2. Approved laboratory accreditation units have the right to terminate accreditation qualifications voluntarily.
3. Approved laboratory accreditation units are obliged to ensure that their operations and services continue to meet the accreditation conditions specified in Article 4 of these rules.
4. Approved laboratory accredited units are obliged to consciously abide by relevant laws and regulations.
5. Approved laboratory accredited units are obliged to provide necessary support for CNAS to arrange assessment activities, and provide convenience for relevant personnel to enter the assessed area, check records, witness on-site activities and contact staff, and shall not refuse CNAS dispatched Personnel who witness the review activities (including witnesses of international peer review).
6. Approved laboratory accredited units must participate in proficiency testing, laboratory comparison or measurement audit activities designated by CNAS.
7. Approved laboratory accredited units must be responsible for the certificates or reports issued by them, and keep secrets for customers.
8. Approved laboratory accredited units are obliged to have clear procedures for handling customer complaints. If the complaint cannot be resolved satisfactorily within 2 months after receiving the complaint, it is obliged to notify CNAS of the summary content and handling process of the complaint.
9. Approved laboratory accreditation units are obliged to notify CNAS in writing in time when this change occurs; they are obliged to make adjustments in accordance with CNAS requirements when accreditation requirements change, and notify CNAS after adjustments are completed.
10. Approved laboratory accredited units are obliged to be fair and honest, not to resort to fraud, and not to engage in any activities that damage the reputation of CNAS.
11. Approved laboratory accreditation units are obliged to comply with the relevant regulations of CNAS when indicating their accreditation status in their certificates, reports or promotional media, such as advertisements, promotional materials or other occasions. Do not use the accreditation to imply that a product is accredited by CNAS, or make a statement that CNAS believes will cause misunderstanding.
12. Approved laboratory accreditation units are obliged to return the accreditation certificate immediately after being revoked by CNAS, stop using accreditation marks on certificates, reports or promotional materials, and shall not use any means to indicate that their accreditation qualifications are still valid.
13. Approved laboratory accredited units are obliged to pay fees in accordance with relevant regulations.
4. Introduction to laboratory accreditation standards
The "Criteria for Accreditation of Testing and Calibration Laboratory Competence" (ISO/IEC17025:2005) is applicable to laboratories to establish quality management and technical systems and control their operations. And it can be used when customers, statutory management agencies and accreditation agencies confirm or recognize their capabilities.
The requirements of laboratory accreditation standards are divided into two parts: management requirements and technical requirements. The 15 management requirements are composed of two major processes: both management responsibilities and system analysis; the 10 technical requirements can also be divided into two major processes: resource assurance, the realization of testing/calibration; the common purpose of technical requirements and management requirements It is to achieve continuous improvement of the quality system.
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