DATA HANDLING TECHNIQUES

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Number: 005
Advanced Systems, Inc. Course
DATA HANDLING TECHNIQUES
Prepared by:
Advanced Systems, Inc.
P.O. Box 8032
Newark, DE 19714
[email protected],com
(302) 368-1211
Marlene Moore
Number: 005
Advanced Systems, Inc. Course
OBJECTIVES OF COURSE
The objective of the course is to present techniques for data handling, review and
evaluation. The course is for laboratory personnel applying the 2003 NELAC
standard in chemistry laboratories. The fundamental concepts include calibration
curve calculations, maintaining data records, applying data review procedures, and
handling the quality control used in chemistry laboratories
The examples used in the course are practical examples to review when
implementing laboratory operations to the 2003 NELAC standards.
COURSE NOTES
Course date:
January 15, 2009
Course starts:
1:00 p.m.
Class ends:
5:00 p.m.
Students must stay until the end to complete the course.
Course content and references will be presented to the 2003 NELAC standard.
Students are requested to bring a scientific calculator or computer to perform
calculations.
Number: 005
Advanced Systems, Inc. Course
COURSE AGENDA
DAY 1 January 15, 2009
01:00 Introduction
METHOD VALIDATION & CALIBRATION
01:30 Method Validation – Standard Method
02:00 Calibration
02:45 Demonstration of Capability
3:15 Break
DATA REVIEW PROCEDURES
3:30 Detection Limits and Quantitation Limits
4:00 Evaluation of Quality Control Data
Method Blank
Laboratory Control Samples
Duplicates and Spikes
Charts and Limits
5:00 Course Ends
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Advanced Systems, Inc. Course
INSTRUCTOR
Marlene O. Moore
Advanced Systems, Inc.
2008
Marlene O. Moore founded Advanced Systems, Inc. in February 1992 as a
consulting company specializing in quality systems for laboratory and sampling
operations. She brings together the needs of quality system management,
measurement operations and regulatory compliance.
Marlene Moore has worked and managed environmental sampling and testing
laboratories for over twenty years before providing her expertise to others. Current
work includes auditing to ISO 9000 requirements as a registered RAB ISO QMS
Auditor, assessing for laboratory accreditation programs to ISO/IEC 17025 and
auditing to ISO/IEC Guide 65 for conformity assessment certification programs.
Additional auditor training was completed under the EPA Safe Drinking Water
Program for State certification laboratory auditors for inorganic, organic and
microbiology.
She has managed full service laboratories and has experience working for
environmental testing laboratories in areas ranging from bench chemistry, field
sampling, permit and environmental project consulting to business planning and
financial control. She majored in chemistry at Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA
and has attended and provided a variety of management, business and technical
courses.
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