Mastering ISOIEC 17025 2017

General requirements for competence of testing and calibration laboratories
Mastering ISOIEC 17025 2017
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9.46 GB
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7h 26m


Mahmoud Abdelkhabeer


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Mastering ISOIEC 17025 2017

What you’ll learn

Detailed requirements for each clause of ISO/IEC 17025: 2017
Comparison between ISO/IEC 17025: 2017 & 2005 edition
How to implement each clause to complete lab Quality management system and get accreditation
How to prepare your lab for accreditation according to ISO/IEC 17025: 2017

Mastering ISOIEC 17025 2017


There is no need to be familiar with test or calibration laboratory even if you are student in a college you can apply all requirements of this document if you follow the steps explained in each clause but it will be better to be working as an analyst in a laboratory because application will be much easier
If you have enough experience with testing will be easy for you to apply the most important point which is validation or verification of methods because you can not get accreditation without validated or verified methods
Try to listen to each lecture many times and prepare required procedures and forms as explained in each clause to get a great benefit from this course


This training course is intended for personnel working in the field of laboratories weather testing or calibration on the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025: 2017  ‘General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories’. explaining all clauses of the ISO/IEC 17025: 2017 document in a very simple and detailed way. Also how to implement and prepare all procedures and forms required for each clause to be accredited included with an overview of how to plan to prepare your lab for accreditation to become independently accredited. The course covers also a comprehensive comparison between ISO/IEC 17025: 2005 and 2017 editions and focuses more on the new points added such as decision rules, risk-based approach, opportunities, and continual improvement including very good supporting lectures on how to use decision rules based on ILAC G8, how to quantify measurement uncertainty for sampling using nordtest guideline and the difference between method validation and verification.The course addresses the relationship between ISO/IEC 17025 and ISO 9001; the difference between certification and accreditation, and an overview of the content of ISO/IEC 17025 followed by an in-depth examination of each clause of the standard. These include impartiality, confidentiality, organization and responsibilities, personnel, facilities and environment, equipment, traceability, purchasing, subcontracting, contract review, methods, sampling, measurement uncertainty, quality control, reporting, complaints, nonconformance handling, IT systems, records, document control, risks and opportunities, corrective action, improvement, internal audit, and management review.The course also covers typical management system documentation structures and a roadmap of the steps required to implement the standard. The course also covers the history of ISO/IEC 17025 and the role of accreditation bodies and the process of obtaining independent recognition as well as the subject of scopes of accreditation.This course is very important for laboratories in the field of testing and calibration that need to be accredited according to ISO/IEC 17025: 2017, if they are not accredited or accredited according to ISO/IEC 17025: 2005 or ISO/IEC 9001:2015 and need to complete technical requirements. Beginners or students and experience analysts or even technical and quality managers can use this training course because I tried to make it very simple for beginners and detailed for all.


Section 1: Intro to ISO/IEC 17025-2017 edition

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 History of ISO/IEC 17025

Lecture 3 Introduction & Scope

Section 2: 3-Terms & Definition

Lecture 4 Terms & Definition

Section 3: 4-General requirements

Lecture 5 4.1. Impartiality

Lecture 6 4.2. Confidentiality

Section 4: 5-Structural requirements

Lecture 7 structural requirements

Section 5: 6-Resources requirements

Lecture 8 6.2. Personnel

Lecture 9 6.3. Facilities and environmental conditions

Lecture 10 6.4. Equipments

Lecture 11 6.5. Metrological traceability

Lecture 12 6.6. Externally provided products and services

Section 6: 7. Process requirements

Lecture 13 7.1 Review of request, tenders & contracts

Lecture 14 7.2 Selection, verification and validation of methods

Lecture 15 7.3 Sampling

Lecture 16 Measurement Uncertainty for sampling (Supporting lecture)

Lecture 17 7.4 Handling of tests or calibration items

Lecture 18 7.5 &6 Technical records & evaluation of measurement uncertainty

Lecture 19 7.7 Ensuring the validity of results

Lecture 20 7.8 Reporting (Common requirements), clause 1 & 2

Lecture 21 7.8.3 Specific requirements for test reports

Lecture 22 7.8 Reporting calibration, sampling (Clauses 7.8.4 – 7.8.8)

Lecture 23 Decision rule as per ILAC G8

Lecture 24 7.9 Complaints

Lecture 25 7.10 Non conforming work

Lecture 26 7.11 Control of data & information management

Lecture 27 Difference between method validation and verification

Section 7: Clause 8. Management system requirements

Lecture 28 Management system requirements (Clauses 8.1 & 8.2)

Lecture 29 Control of documents & records (Clauses 8.3 & *.4)

Lecture 30 Risk based approach & improvement

This course is intended for any personnel working in testing or calibration laboratory accredited according to ISO/IEC 9001: 2015 or ISO/IEC 17025: 2005 edition or still not accredited,Also intended for beginners or students who just need to create a good profile for him self in the field of laboratories,For experience personnel in laboratories field who already prepared their labs. for accreditation

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Udemy | English | 7h 26m | 9.46 GB
Created by: Mahmoud Abdelkhabeer

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