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    How to Meet NELAC, ISO 17025 and Other Industry, State and Federal Requirements (50 Mins)

    In today's economy, meeting regulatory requirements and keeping costs low is difficult. Streamlining processes and automation is not only more efficient, it is vital to be competitive and stay in business. This presentation will showcase a LIMS solution that meets ISO 17025/NELAC requirements, is capable of seamless integration with other ...

    By Thermo Fisher Scientific, LIMS & Laboratory Software based in Philadelphia, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Research & Training

    Technological advances in instrumentation and analytical approaches have significantly augmented the capacity of chemists and environmental scientists to quantify ultra-trace amounts of organic and inorganic substances with enormous precision, and characterize these substances on the molecular level. In addition, advanced fingerprinting using ...

    By CREST Center for Aquatic Chemistry and Environment based in Miami, FLORIDA (USA).

  • Training

    Many of our clients are unfamiliar with the deployment, operation, recovery or analysis of data generated by our equipment or equipment leased from us. For this reason we can offer a wide range of training capability covering: Wave Profiler™. Ice Profiler™. Acoustic Scintillation Flow Meter (ASFM). Water Column Profiler™. ...

    By ASL Environmental Sciences based in Victoria, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

  • Training

    Our technical staff will provide operating instructions at our local pickup locations, at no extra charge. Book a Learn at Lunch session and discover how to get the best performance from your environmental monitoring instruments.

    By EnviroRentals - a division of Gasonic Instruments Inc. based in Calgary, ALBERTA (CANADA).

  • Chemical Exposure Training

    This module discusses Hazardous chemicals in general terms with an emphasis on exposure pathways, toxicology, exposure limits and chemical exposure monitoring. Among the major hazard categories discussed are: caustics and corrosives, toxics, carcinogens, flammables and reactives. Legal limits verses recommended limits are discussed in layman's ...

    By Technical Safety Institute based in Fallbrook, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Chemical Exposure Training Training line

  • HAZWOPER 24 Hour Training

    The 24 Hour HAZWOPER training is applicable to the 'Occasional Site Worker' on a controlled or uncontrolled hazardous waste site. Examples of this type of employee would include truck drivers, surveyors and administrative personnel who have little or no chance of exposure to the wastes involved, or employees who are regularly on site with no ...

    By HAZMAT Plans & Programs, Inc. based in Aurora, COLORADO (USA).

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