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Instrument Calibration and Quality Management Workshop - Third Quarter of 2018

 
Application of "Risk Management"
 
The source of risk is the fear and annoyance of uncertainty, unreliability, and lack of security of the laboratory when the customer selects the calibration laboratory. Nearly 90% of customers will take the initiative to ask the calibration laboratory to issue a TAF-marked calibration report. When the laboratory is unable to issue a TAF-marked calibration report, at this time the customer will lose trust in the lab. Fear and trouble generated by the customer is not without reason. In this sense, the quality risk naturally falls upon the calibration laboratory.

 "Risk" is different from and not equivalent to "Danger" because risk probability of most laboratories is easily objectively diagnosed by TAF. Additionally, nearly 100% of this risk can be perceived by TAF reviewers and thus require laboratory elimination.

ISO/IEC 17025:2017 requires laboratories to have the capability of “risk management” so that the laboratory will not be ignorant and voluntarily at risk. A calibration laboratory must have the capability of being able to grasp opportunities by being brave in taking action and facing risks. The risks are like headwinds and adversities. The laboratory is expected to be prepared in advance.

This seminar has come to a successful conclusion. Thank you for your enthusiastic participation!
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