Yes, we’re ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accredited with A2LA. Our license number is: 4329.01
The Scope of our Accreditation covers the following:
- Cannabinoid Potency Determination (HPLC-UV-DAD)
- Residual Solvent Determination (GC-HS-MSD)
- Pesticides Contamination Determination (HPLC-QQQ)
- Extended Cannabinoid Potency Determination (HPLC-UV-DAD)
- Bioburden Testing for STEC and Salmonella by PCR
- Bioburden Testing for Total Yeast and Mold by PetrifilmTM
Our Certification and Scope of our Accreditation can be found here:
What is ISO?
“The International Organization for Standardization is an independent, non-governmental organization, the members of which are the standards organizations of the 164 member countries. It is the world’s largest developer of voluntary international standards and facilitates world trade by providing common standards between nations. Over twenty thousand standards have been set covering everything from manufactured products and technology to food safety, agriculture and healthcare.
Use of the standards aids in the creation of products and services that are safe, reliable and of good quality. The standards help businesses increase productivity while minimizing errors and waste. By enabling products from different markets to be directly compared, they facilitate companies in entering new markets and assist in the development of global trade on a fair basis. The standards also serve to safeguard consumers and the end-users of products and services, ensuring that certified products conform to the minimum standards set internationally.”
What is ISO 17025 and why is it important?
“ISO/IEC 17025 enables laboratories to demonstrate that they operate competently and generate valid results, thereby promoting confidence in their work both nationally and around the world. It also helps facilitate cooperation between laboratories and other bodies by generating wider acceptance of results between countries. Test reports and certificates can be accepted from one country to another without the need for further testing, which, in turn, improves international trade.”