What is a NATA accredited laboratory?

What is a NATA accredited laboratory?

NATA accredits organisations to perform testing and inspection activities for their products and services. Our accreditation provides an independent benchmark for technical competence.

Is Histopath NATA accredited?

Histopath Diagnostic Specialists – Macquarie Park laboratory – Accredited Organisation (Site No. 13972) – NATA.

Why is NATA accreditation important?

NATA accreditation provides that confidence. Being a NATA accredited facility builds credibility in an organisation’s products and services. Overall, accreditation creates confidence by providing a structured and reliable framework for the quality of results ensuring their traceability, comparability and validity.

How do I get NATA certified?

To become a certified athletic trainer, a student must graduate with bachelors or master’s degree from an accredited professional athletic training education program and pass a comprehensive test administered by the Board of Certification (BOC).

What is the purpose of NATA?

NATA’s mission is to represent, engage and foster the continued growth and development of the athletic training profession. Learn more about becoming an athletic trainer.

How long does NATA accreditation last?

If the application is still pending after two years of the application date, the application will lapse.

Is 4Cyte pathology NATA accredited?

4Cyte Pathology Sydney – Accredited Organisation (Site No. 24317) – NATA.

What does it mean for a lab to be accredited?

Accreditation is used to verify that laboratories have an appropriate quality management system and can properly perform certain test methods (e.g., ANSI, ASTM, and ISO test methods) and calibration parameters according to their scopes of accreditation.

How long is NATA accreditation valid for?

two years
If the application is still pending after two years of the application date, the application will lapse.

Why do laboratories need to be accredited?

Why choose a NATA accredited lab?

PQ Laboratories have been accredited by NATA in the fields of Medical and Biological testing since the late 1980s. Over the last 30 years PQ has seen firsthand how the NATA accreditation framework has matured and adapted to emerging needs which has led to high quality standards and International recognition.

What is NATA RCPA accreditation?

The NATA/RCPA program is recognised as the mandatory accreditation pathway for laboratories to allow Medicare payments to be claimed for pathology services. How do I become accredited for Human Pathology Testing?

What does it mean for a pathology lab to be accredited?

In order to be accredited, a pathology laboratory must meet specified quality standards. The Health Insurance (Accredited Pathology Laboratories – Approval) Principles 2002 set out the specifics of pathology accreditation and its requirements.

What are the National Pathology Accreditation Advisory Council standards?

In addition to ISO 15189, the program adopts the relevant National Pathology Accreditation Advisory Council (NPAAC) standards as applicable to any given laboratory’s services. NPAAC advises the Commonwealth, state and territory health ministers on matters relating to the accreditation of pathology laboratories.