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Course Description
Meeting the Recommendations of the New International Standards for
Analytical Detection Limits & Measurement Uncertainties

2 Day Course
A Two Day Course Designed to Provide a Practical Guide for Understanding and Implementing New Unified International Standards on Detection Limits and Measurement Uncertainties
Course Description Who Should Attend
  • Laboratory Chemists and Technicians
  • Regulatory Compliance Personnel
  • Project Planners
  • Computer Programmers / LIMS Managers
  • Data Validators & Data Assessors
  • Metrologists / Risk Assessors

    Key Topics You'll Learn About
    You will learn about IUPAC ISO guidance on a unified approach to analytical detection limits and measurement uncertainties. You will gain an understanding of both past and present practices by various government agencies on fundamental concepts associated with analytical detection limits. You will learn how to apply these new standards to all types of laboratory measurements. You will be given a comprehensive review probability and statistics as applied to these new standards.
    You will learn how to properly propagate measurement uncertainties.

    Top of PageHow You'll Benefit from this Course
    Recently, US Federal agencies have settled lawsuits brought by the regulated industry associated with promulgation of detection and quantitation limits for analytical measurements. This course reviews in detail the various methods for determining both detection and quantitation limits and how they relate to the new international standards developed within the ISO and IUPAC. Global commerce has caused all trading partners to review and align with these new standards. This course provides an essential and practical approach for complying with these new standards.

    Top of PageProgram Agenda  *All courses are taught from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm each day

    • Review of Fundamental Statistics
    • Measurement Uncertainties
    • Describing Measurement Variability
    • Characteristics of Measurement Uncertainty
    • The Process of Measurement Uncertainty
    • Estimation Quantifying Uncertainties
    • Calculation the Combined Measurement Uncertainties
    • Reporting Uncertainties
    • International Recommendations on Analytical Detection Limits Type I & II Variations
    • The Critical Value
    • The Minimum Detectable (True) Value
    • The Minimum Quantifiable (True) Value
    • The Relationship between Measurement Uncertainties & Detection Limits

    Top of PageCost/Reservations
    Cost for this course is $995.00 [U.S.] with All Proceeds going to the Radiochemistry Society. Space is extremely limited. In order to assure placement we encourage a prompt response.
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