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The objective of the 1 day course is to review the analytical process for obtaining data of known and documented quality for Gas Chromatography (GC) and Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS). The course includes practical examples of (1) performing testing using GC and GC/MS (2) preparation techniques for organic analysis (3) identify and implement corrective actions and (4) perform the necessary laboratory data review. The course is designed to help laboratory personnel improve their understanding of the science and the regulated methods. Test methods include EPA 500, 600 series for analysis of water. The latest versions of these methods will be presented and discussed.

This seminar is being held in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Association of Accredited Environmental Laboratories June meeting. For more information about this meeting, go to http://paael.org

Format:
Seminar

Start Date:
Monday 11th June 2012, 8:00am

Length:
8 hours

This course is endorsed by TNI but the course material has not been reviewed.

Presented By:

Mitzi Miller

About the Presenter:
Ms. Miller is an environmental chemist and a highly experienced project manager with expertise in analytical chemistry and quality programs for environmental applications. She has 36 years of experience in analytical laboratory assessments and data quality audits and assessments. Ms. Miller is a recognized professional in the area of environmental data validation; she has a working knowledge of the rules, regulations, methods, and applications of the data that makes her an astute observer of environmental operations and the resulting environmental data. Her data validation services have been in accordance with the most recent National Functional Guidelines and the SW-846 Quality Control (QC) Criteria for EPA methods, and the project-specific requirements ensuring validity for use in risk assessments and quality requirements.