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Conducting an Internal Audit for ISO
Ensure lab readiness for accreditor audits through effective internal audits using Ideagen Quality Management (formerly Qualtrax). Learn best practices & use of quality software in our webinar. Insights from Jonathan Fuhrman's A2LA experience cover ISO 17025 & broader compliance, aiding impactful audits.
Conducting effective internal audits is one of the best ways to ensure your lab is ready for an audit by your accreditors. Internal audits are a way to see how your system is functioning, and they help you identify gaps and areas for improvement. In this webinar, we take you through a range of best practices for internal auditing and how you can effectively use quality management software as part of that process.
Though the webinar predominantly focuses on ISO 17025, Jonathan Fuhrman gives valuable insights that can be applied to conducting internal audits that will help you be ready to meet compliance with a range of regulatory standards. His experience as program manager at the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) means he has seen first hand exactly what works (and what doesn’t) for conducting an effective audit.
- Learn best practices for conducting internal audits
- Understand the benefits of using powerful quality management software to manage compliance
- Gain insight into what to look out for when selecting internal auditors
- Learn how to effectively act on the insights you gain from internal audits
Jonathan Fuhrman is the Product Certification Program Manager for the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA). There, he supports A2LA clients in attaining and maintaining accreditation to key ISO standards, including ISO/IEC 17065, ISO/IEC 17025, and ISO/IEC 17020. As a member of the Electrical and Product Certifications team, he works with Electrical and Mechanical testing laboratories and Certification Bodies operating in fields such as Construction Materials, Energy Efficiency, and Wireless device certifications. Prior to joining A2LA, he worked in quality assurance, market access, and factory surveillance roles and has over a decade of audit experience working with organizations such as A2LA, NVLAP, IECEE, OSHA-NRTL, and the Standards Council of Canada.