Scared Straight - Ensuring Competency For Field Sampling And Measurement Organizations
This webcast is a recording of a live presentation done in Orange County, CA in August 2016. It is an excellent overview of field accreditation with practical presentations related to all aspects of the TNI Field Sampling and Measurement Organization (FSMO) Standards given by FSMOs, Accrediting Bodies and people who helped develop the Standards. This short course demonstrates that FSMO Accreditation under the TNI National Environmental Field Activities Program (NEFAP) and the Accreditation Body activities are nothing to fear. The course provides the attendee with basic information to define the quality assurance necessary for field activities to demonstrate the competency of the field sampling and field testing organization.
Forum Road Map
- Who we are?
- Why NEFAP?
- What is NEFAP?
- What is FSMO?
- How does a FSMO get accredited?
- Assessor Perspective
- FSMO Perspective
- AB Forum
- Field Sampling and Measurement Organizations
- Quality Assurance Personnel
- Data Users
- Accreditation Bodies
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$50 for non-members
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John Moorman, South Florida Water Management District
About the Presenter:
John Moorman¹s qualifications include over 25 years in water quality monitoring, laboratory analysis, and quality assurance experience. For the past 10 years, Mr. Moorman has been the Field Quality Assurance Officer for the Water Quality Monitoring Section (WQMS) at the South Florida Water Management District. Responsibilities include oversight of the WQMS Field Quality System as mandated by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection via Florida Administrative Code (62-160 F.A.C.).
Mr. Moorman also participates on the multi-agency Quality Assurance Oversight Team (QAOT) which is responsible for the QA oversight for the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Program (CERP). Mr. Moorman has served on several committees within The NELAC Institute (TNI) that have offered the opportunity to interact with stakeholders in the government and private sectors that work together to develop and maintain the standard for the National Environmental Field Activities Program (NEFAP).
He is currently the Vice President of the Florida Society of Environmental Analysts (FSEA) and serves as the Chair of the By Laws Committee. He participates as a trainer at FSEA sponsored field workshops and delivers field workshops regularly at FSEA meetings.
Mr. Moorman¹s ASQ certifications include Certified Quality Technician and Certified Quality Auditor.