Good practices for the quality of results is the subject of a lecture at the Microbiology Congress

Good practices for the quality of results is the subject of a lecture at the Microbiology Congress

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Activity carried out by Controllab will bring valuable discussions about good practices and will address the routines of different segments, from clinical microbiology, to food industries, environment, drugs and others.

On October 23, in its second participation in the 31st National Congress of Microbiology, Controllab will hold a technical lecture with the theme “Good practices to ensure the quality of microbiological results”.

The activity is another part of the event’s program organized by the Brazilian Society of Microbiology and addresses discussions with multiple areas of microbiology.

Controllab’s representatives in this activity will be Shirley Lima, Microbiology manager and Juliana Barroso, Technical Services analyst, who will lead the lecture focusing on quality control tools, discussing valuable information with the congress participants.

“We are going to address the use of Certified Reference Material (CRM) and Proficiency Testing in routine microbiological quality control. How these important instruments contribute to the reliability of the results and efficiency of the analytical processes”, comments Juliana Barroso.

The discussion on the subject is current and relevant, as they are processes required by standards, legislation, audits, accreditations and inspections. The impacts of the results of microbiological analyzes affect everything from the services offered to the population to the safety of the products.

The content is democratic and will embrace the routines of different segments, from clinical microbiology, to food industries, environment, drugs and others. These routines cover multiple processes that require validations, including: microorganism detection test, antibiogram, alternative methods, new equipment, microbiological inputs (culture media), etc.

The activity will take place on Saturday October 23, at noon in room 01 and will last 30 minutes. This is an opportunity to exchange information with professionals who work in the production and conduct of quality control services.

Register for the congress by accessing this link and participate in the technical lecture.

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PRM 0009

Accreditation Cgcre/Inmetro - Certified Reference Material Producer

Controllab has been accredited as a Certified Reference Material Producer (MRC) since 2016 by Inmetro’s General Coordination for Accreditation (CGCRE), under the PMR 0009 number. The assessment of this conformity is carried out according to the requirements established in ABNT NBR standards ISO 17034 and Inmetro, thus ensuring competence for the production of MRCs, according to the Scope of Accreditation.

CAL 0214

Accreditation Cgcre/Inmetro - Calibration Laboratory

In December 2002, the Calibration Laboratory was accredited by Inmetro’s General Coordination for Accreditation (CGCRE). With this recognition, it became an integral part of the Brazilian network of accredited laboratories, under nº214. Since then, it is periodically evaluated for the maintenance and/or extension of accreditation.

Cgcre is signatory to the Mutual Recognition Arrangements of the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) and Interamerican Accreditation Cooperation (IAAC).

PEP 0003

Accreditation Cgcre/Inmetro - Control Laboratory

In September 2011, Controllab was accredited by Inmetro’s General Coordination for Accreditation (CGCRE) as a proficiency test provider, under nº PEP0003. Initially as part of a pilot project by Inmetro, this accreditation was based on ILAC G13: 2007 and included several clinical and hemotherapy tests. In the periodic evaluations of this accreditation, new segments and tests are included and the evaluation is now conducted according to ABNT NBR ISO/IEC 17043.

This accreditation attests to Controllab’s technical competence to develop and conduct proficiency tests in accordance with international requirements and enables it to be recognized in other countries, in accordance with mutual recognition agreements signed by Brazil in Mercosur, the Americas and Europe.

Cgcre is signatory to the Mutual Recognition Arrangements of the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) and Interamerican Accreditation Cooperation (IAAC).