Proficiency Testing Program Executive Committee
The purpose of the PT Program Executive Committee is to establish and maintain a national PT program to support a national environmental accreditation program that contains the following elements:
- Fields of Proficiency Testing (analytes, concentrations, matrices and acceptance limits) are appropriate for the scope of environmental monitoring performed in the United States
- All organizations providing PT samples to laboratories are recognized as competent to do so.
The PT Executive Committee consists of 5 to 10 individuals with balanced representation of all stakeholder groups in TNI.
Conference Calls: 4th Friday, 11 am ET
Contact the Committee Chair or Program Administrator to request to participate for these calls.
Note: On June 9, 2010, this committee was renamed the Proficiency Testing Executive Committee to reflect a change in the TNI bylaws. Documents such as meeting minutes may show the previous name of this committee, Proficiency Testing Board.
|Stacie Crandall, Chair|
Hampton Roads Sanitation District
Virginia Beach, Virginia
|Ilona Taunton, Program Administrator|
The NELAC Institute
Mill Spring, North Carolina
Advanced Analytical Solutions
Parkersburg, West Virginia
Upper Occoquan Service Authority
New Jersey DEP
Trenton, New Jersey
Environmental Testing, Inc.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
SC Department of Health and Environmental Control
Columbia, South Carolina
Minneapolis, New York
International Accreditation Service (IAS)
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Chemistry FoPT changes
Toxicity FoPT changes
Oversight evaluation of PTOB