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Qualtrax CA ELAP and TNI-2: Changes To Be Aware Of
This webinar gives you an overview of the new TNI-2 Requirements included in the CA ELAP regulations and a timeline to comply with the upcoming changes. During this on-demand webinar with A2LA WorkPlace Training’s Michelle Wade, you will learn about the new requirements and offer tips and tricks on how to meet them.
- Basic CA-ELAP timeline for compliance with TNI-2 requirement
- The “new” requirements of the current CA-ELAP regulations
- The TNI-2 requirements not included in current CA-ELAP regulations
- Best practices for meeting TNI-2 Requirements
Michelle joined A2LA Workplace Training in July of 2019. Her primary focus is consulting and training with ISO/IEC 17025 and TNI Accredited laboratories in the environmental industry. Michelle started her career working with a large corporate environmental laboratory and has also worked in pharmaceuticals and with a contract research organization as well. She has performed multiple functions including field sampler, analyst, quality control specialist and laboratory safety officer. Michelle’s background includes 10+ years as an assessor and Drinking Water Certification Officer working with both ISO and State accreditation bodies. Hailing from Kansas Michelle is the current chair of the TNI Chemistry Committee of The NELAC Institute, is a former member of a federal advisory committee for EPA on laboratory accreditation (ELAB), and routinely presents on topics in quality systems and best laboratory practices at laboratory conferences in multiple states. Michelle’s passion lies in working with small and municipal laboratories to assist in quality systems and analytical techniques.
Tim Akin is the former QHSE ‘Product Marketing Manager’ for Ideagen. His initial experience with the company was as a customer of Qualtrax, he joined the business as the ‘Product Consultant’ in 2017 to help businesses improve their quality systems. Prior to this, Tim graduated with a B.S. in Chemistry from Lyon College and worked as a forensic chemist for 6 years in ISO accredited government laboratories.