Round robin tests

Round robin tests or inter-laboratory comparison tests (ILCs) in chemical analysis are an important means of quality control. Laboratories accredited in accordance with EN ISO 17025 are required to participate in such studies on a regular basis. The successful participation in ILCs is a prerequisite for accreditation or the continued validity thereof.
In such tests, an individual laboratory can compare its own results from the analysis of a particular sample with the results of a group of other laboratories and thus obtain information about the performance of their own methods.

IAG

The IAG round robin test is an international laboratory performance test which is conducted once a year and includes two samples.

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ALVA

ALVA – Austrian Association of Food, Veterinary Science and Agriculture 

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