ULTRA Scientific gains ISO Guide 34 accreditation

February 3, 2010

LCGC Europe eNews

LCGC Europe eNews-01-29-2010, Volume 0, Issue 0

LGC Standards has announced that ULTRA Scientific, one of its key suppliers, has gained ISO Guide 34 accreditation for the production of organic and inorganic certified reference materials.

LGC Standards has announced that ULTRA Scientific, one of its key suppliers, has gained ISO Guide 34 accreditation for the production of organic and inorganic certified reference materials (CRMs). ISO Guide 34 requires an extensive protocol for homogeneity, short-term stability, long-term stability, quality control and statistical analysis.

Jane Firth, sector manager for Food and Environmental Reference Materials at LGC Standards, is positive about this achievement: “Our customers have long relied on standards from ULTRA Scientific with the expectation that they are of the high quality required. All laboratories strive to ensure the standards they use are sourced from a competent provider, and for laboratories with ISO 17025 accreditation, this is a requirement. ULTRA’s ISO Guide 34 accreditation provides laboratories with that assurance.”

John Russo, vice president and general manager, ULTRA Scientific, said “With 25 years of experience operating under ISO9001 and regular audits by our accrediting bodies and customers, ULTRA has been well positioned to implement ISO Guide 34.”

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