Changes to the TNI Laboratory Accreditation Standard
The 2016 TNI laboratory accreditation standard is the result of efforts to continually improve the requirements. This standard clarifies the proficiency testing requirements, improves the sections on method validation, instrument calibration and detection/quantitation limits for chemistry and contains completely rewritten sections for microbiology and radiochemistry.
This training series consists of the four classes listed below. Note that classes that have already completed will be crossed-out in the list below and unavailable for registration; completed classes will be available for purchase as a recorded webcast at a later date.
All times Eastern
|12pm - 1:30pm |
|Module 1: Proficiency Testing |
|Nicole Cairns, New York State Department of Health
||12pm - 1:30pm
||Module 2: Quality Systems
||Paul Junio, Northern Lake Service
||12pm - 1:30pm
||Module 5: Microbiology
||Robin Cook, City of Daytona Beach
||12pm - 2:30pm
||Module 4: Chemistry
||Valerie Slaven, Slaven Consulting Services
Each class will cover the changes from the 2009 TNI Standard to the 2016 TNI Standard. The class will also include implementation tips and examples.
Learning Outcome: For each class, attendees will be able to identify and have a good understanding of the changes to the 2016 TNI Environmental Laboratory Standard.
$35/class for TNI members and $50/class for non-members;
Group Rate (5 or more) $150 per class.
Note: An additional $15 per person will be charged for anyone who desires a certificate for a class.
If multiple classes are purchased, a single certificate can be purchased to cover all classes for $30.
When requesting certificates for a group, a list of names and email addresses for the group participants who are to receive a certificate must be sent to Ilona Taunton (Ilona.email@example.com) when registering for the class(es).
0.15 CEUs for the Proficiency Testing, Quality Systems, and Microbiology classes
0.25 CEUs for the Chemistry class