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MATERIAL REFERENCES OF INTERNATIONAL STANDARD

1. Laboratory Design ISO 17025
2. Worktop Phenolic Resin ISO 178, ISO 527.3, ISO 178, EN 438
3. High Pressure Laminate BS 3794, DIN 16.926
4. Laboratory Fitting ISO 900/EN29001/BS 5750 Part
5. Safety Shower DIN norm, ANSI norm
6. Exhaust DIN EN 100015-1
7. Electric Board IP 55
8. Fitting DIN EN ISO 9001
9. Mechanical water & plumbing system ISO 527, 178, 180, 75/A,
ISO 2039/2, ASTM D 648
ASTM D 635, FNVSS 302
 
10. Optional safety equipment ANSI, UL, OSHA, BOCA, Nos, UFC,
JEDEC, EIA, MIL STD, ASTM

 

ISO 17025 STATEMENT

5.3 

Accomodation and environment condition

5.3.1

Laboratory facilities for testing and/or calibration, including but not limited to energy
sources, lighting and environmental conditions, shall be such as to facilitate correct performance
of the tests and/ or calibrations. The laboratory shall ensure that the environmental conditions do
not invalidate the results or adversely affect the required quality of any measurement.
Particular care shall be taken when sampling and tests and/ or calibrations are undertaken at
sites other than a permanent laboratory facility. The technical requirements for accommodation
and environmental conditions that can affect the results of test and calibrations shall be
documented.


5.3.2

The laboratory shall monitor, control and record environmental conditions as required by
the relevant specifications, methods and procedures or where they influence the quality of the
results. Due attention shall be paid, for example to biological sterility, dust, electromagnetic,
disturbances, radiation, humidity, electrical supply, temperature, and sound and vibration levels,
as appropriate to the technical activities concerned. Tests and calibrations shall be stopped when
the environmental conditions jeopardize the results of the tests and/ or calibrations.


5.3.3

There shall be effective separation between neighboring areas in which there are
incompatible activities. Measures shall be taken to prevent cross-contamination.


5.3.4

Access to and use of areas affecting the quality of the tests and/or calibrations shall be
controlled. The laboratory shall determine the extent of control based on its particular
circumstances.


5.3.5

Measures shall be taken to ensure good housekeeping in the laboratory. Special procedures
shall be prepared where necessary.

 

WORKNG SPACE

 

 

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