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ISO 15189:2022: The UKAS transition process
This webinar will guide attendees through the UKAS process for transitioning their accreditation from ISO 15189:2012 to ISO 15189:2022. It will cover key changes in requirements as well explaining the UKAS transition process and sources of further information.
- ISO 15189:2022 is more focused on clinical risk and patient care than previous versions of the standard
- ISO 15189:2022 includes requirements relating to Point of Care Testing services, replacing ISO 22870:2016
- There is an ISO 15189:2022 transition hub on the UKAS website, which details the UKAS transition process, where to buy the ISO 15189:2022 standard, and has a link to the transition gap analysis
Al Bryant is the UKAS Healthcare Accreditation Specialist, leading on technical competence and stakeholder engagement across the Healthcare portfolio, including physiological science services, imaging services and medical laboratory services.
Al has worked at UKAS for nearly 9 years, starting as an assessment manager during the CPA-ISO 15189 transition project. Prior to UKAS, Al worked as a Biomedical Scientist in NHS Cellular Pathology departments for 15 years.
Al works with Healthcare stakeholders UK-wide, including the IBMS, the RCPath, BIVDA and NHS representatives from all four UK nations, as well as representing UKAS and the UK on national and international Accreditation and Standardisation committees.