When selecting an agency to fulfill your testing, calibration, or measurement needs, you must be sure that they can supply you with accurate and reliable results. The technical competence of a laboratory depends on a number of factors, including:
As more and more laboratories become accredited, it’s important to know how accreditation can benefit your lab and if it’s right for you.
The Texas Department of Transportation Quality Assurance Program for Design-Bid-Build Projects now states that any non-commercial laboratory used for IA or dispute resolution sampling and testing must also be accredited by a FHWA- and TxDOT- approved accrediting body. CMEC is listed as one of the approved accrediting bodies.
Here at CMEC, we’re dedicated to helping our clients achieve only the highest standard of tests results in the nation through our laboratory accreditation program. Learn more about our clients experience with the CMEC Accreditation Program:
Staying in contact with your Accreditation Body throughout the duration of your accreditation can make a difference in your experience with them. Documenting corrections to nonconformities, participating in proficiency testing and renewing your accreditation are all moments in which you will need to directly contact your accreditation body.