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The Louisiana Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (LELAP) is designed to ensure the accuracy, precision, and reliability of the data generated, as well as the use of the department-approved methodologies in the generation of that data. LELAP operates a rigorous accreditation program and requires that each accredited Quality Assurance/Quality Control Program consisting of the following minimum elements.
All of our project managers and team leaders (along with over 75% of entire testing staff) have obtained status as a Qualified Source Testing Individual (QSTI). The QSTI program was developed to increase the competency of the source testing industry, and the program is administered by the Source Evaluation Society (SES) as a service to the industry. There are five groups of tests representing all applicable methods for source testing (Group I, Group...
Alliance Source Testing maintains an extensive health and safety program that meets or exceeds the requirements of our customers as well as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA). Additionally, we are certified with a number of third party safety verification organizations including ISNetworld, BROWZ, PICS, and PEC Safety.