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Navigating the TNI Website

SYNOPSIS

This 1-hour interactive webcast reviews materials that TNI has developed to assist laboratories and laboratory assessors with implementing the 2016 TNI laboratory accreditation standard.  A big part of this webinar is how to find these resources on the TNI website.  Among the topics to be covered are:

  • Implementation Guidance
  • Guidance Documents
  • Checklists
  • Training Courses
  • Presentations
  • Symbols
  • Quality Manual Template
  • Small Laboratory Handbook
  • Fields of Proficiency Testing (PT) tables
  • PT Providers
  • Standard Interpretation Responses
  • Laboratory Accreditation Management System
  • Consultants
  • Small Laboratory Advocate
  • Mentor Program

Audience:

Laboratory Assessors, Data Users, Quality Managers, Laboratory Managers

Learning Outcomes:

  • Gain awareness of all the tools available on the TNI website to help laboratories seeking accreditation to the 2016 TNI Standard

Fees:
FREE

No certificates are automatically provided with this training. A Certificate of Attendance may be purchased for $20 per person during registration or webcast purchase. To receive your certificate, contact Suzanne Rachmaninoff at suzanne.rachmaninoff@nelac-insitute.org with date of purchase and date of training completion. See FAQs for additional information.

Format:
Webcast

About Webcasts: Upon receipt of your payment, you will receive a special link by e-mail to watch the webcast on your computer. The link is time-limited: you will have full access to the webcast and any associated handouts for 6 months after receipt of payment, at which time the link will expire. Webcasts cannot be downloaded; they are intended for viewing on your computer only during the 6-month window. If you have any questions, please contact Ilona Taunton at ilona.tauton@nelac-intitute.org.

Length:
1 hour

Presented By:


Jerry Parr

About the Presenter:
Jerry Parr is the Principal Scientist with Catalyst Information Resources, a company focused on providing current relevant information on environmental laboratory issues. He also serves as the Executive Director for The NELAC Institute, serves on the Advisory Board for the Environmental Laboratory Washington Report, and is the conference organizer for the National Environmental Monitoring Conference. He has a BS in Chemistry from the University of Texas at Austin and has 40 years of experience in environmental analytical chemistry.