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ISO 17025

The ISO 17025 Quality Manual Template allows laboratories to document their Management System with confidence and speed.

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Get your documentation right the first time!

What you get:
1. A CD-ROM with templates to create your Quality Manual, Quality Management System SOPs and forms.
2. A User's Guide (hard copy manual) explaining each step in customizing the electronic templates.


- Cover page, table of contents, and introduction

Scope and Field of Application

Normative References

Terms and Definitions

15 sections addressing the ISO 17025 Management Requirements

10 sections addressing the ISO 17025 Technical Requirements

Standard operating procedures for:

-   Document control

-   Contract review

-   Purchasing

-   Client complaints

-   Control of non-conforming work

-   Corrective action

-   Preventive action

-   Control of records

-   Internal audits

-   Management reviews

-   Training

-   Estimation of uncertainty

-   Equipment

-   Reference standards / materials

-   Sampling

-   Handling of test items

A hard copy User's Guide is included in the package to further assist in customizing the Quality Manual and to provide critical strategies and techniques to adopt the documentation into your specific laboratory.

Recognizing that one size does not fit all, our ISO 17025 Quality Manual Template has been designed to assist you in preparing a customized Quality Manual that will be unique to your laboratory.

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Additional Features (included in the package):

ISO 17025 Executive Summary Presentation (MS PowerPoint)

ISO 17025 Staff Training Presentation (MS PowerPoint)

Audit Checklists

ISO 17025 Project Scheduler (MS Excel)

Library of Forms and Standard Operating Procedures

SOP Template for writing SOPs (MS Word)

Download the Roadmap to ISO 17025 Accreditation presentation
to get an idea how the SHOQ ISO 17025 Quality Manual Template and process can work for you. This presentation requires MS PowerPoint, but can be viewed through Internet Explorer.