Microtrace receives ISO 17025 accreditation
Microtrace is proud to announce its accreditation to the ISO/IEC 17025 international standard. This accreditation provides a global basis for laboratory accreditation in both management and technical requirements and has been granted by the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board.
For 23 years, Microtrace has built an international reputation for our approach to scientifically solving problems for clients in industry, legal, and government domains. Accreditation to the ISO/IEC 17025 is another step forward in our continual process of self improvement.
Quality at Microtrace
Microtrace LLC is proud to provide its clients with the highest level microanalytical services, thoughtfully applied to withstand the most rigorous scientific and legal reviews, which are supported by a quality management system and adherence to the current standards of scientific practices and ethics. Our quality management system ensures that our entire workflow, from sample receipt to sample disposition and all analyses between, is subject to the highest degree of internal scrutiny. We are committed to upholding and continually improving our analytical and quality approaches to ensure the accuracy, relevance, and effectiveness of our entire process. Each scientist and the management at Microtrace is familiar with and committed to abiding by the policies and procedures of this systematic approach, which is designed to meet or exceed the requirements of the International Standard, ISO/IEC 17025:2005.
The ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANAB) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that provides accreditation services to public- and private-sector organizations. ANAB complies with international standards and requirements for accreditation bodies and is a member of the International Accreditation Forum (IAF) and the InterAmerican Accreditation Cooperation (IAAC). ANAB is signatory of the IAF and IAAC multilateral cooperative arrangements (MLAs) for QMS and EMS. IAF and IAAC members are admitted to the MLAs after a stringent assessment of their operations by a peer evaluation team charged to ensure full compliance with international standards and IAF and IAAC requirements. MLA signatories are required to recognize the certificates issued by certification bodies accredited by all other signatories of the MLAs.
Through the IAF, ILAC, IAAC, and APLAC MRAs/MLAs and the Multilateral Cooperative Accreditation Arrangement, ANAB cooperates with other accreditation bodies around the world to provide value to its accredited customers and their customers, ensuring that accredited certificates are recognized nationally and internationally. The global conformity assessment system ensures confidence and reduces risk for customers engaging in trade worldwide.