Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 2006;46(4):295-304.
Study on international accreditation for residue analysis laboratory
MeeKyung Kim, Byung-Hoon cho, Dong-Gyu Kim, Seon Jong Yun, Chae-Mi Lim, Su-Jeong Park, Heuijin Kim, Yeon Hee Kim, Soo-Yeon Kim, So Mi Yun, Jin-Wook Kwon, Seong-Wan Son, Gab-Soo Chung, Joo-Ho Lee, Mun-Il Kang
National Veterinary Research and Quarantine Service
잔류물질분석의 국제공인시험기관 인정 관련 고찰
김미경, 조병훈, 김동규, 윤선종, 임채미, 박수정, 김희진, 김연희, 김수연, 윤소미, 권진욱, 손성완, 정갑수, 이주호, 강문일
국립수의과학검역원
Abstract
Residual materials such as veterinary drugs, environmental contaminants, and pesticides are affecting food safety. High resolution techniques and quality controls are needed to analyze these materials from part per million to part per trillion quantities in food. In order to achieve quality results, standardized methods and techniques are required. Our laboratories were prepared to obtain a certificate of accreditation for ISO/IEC 17025 in the analytical criteria of animal drugs, dioxins, pesticides, and heavy metals. ISO together with IEC has built a strategic partnership with the World Trade Organization with the common goal of promoting a free and fair global trading system. ISO collaborates with the United Nations Organization and its specialized agencies and commissions, particularly those involved in the harmonization of regulations and public policies including the World Health Organization and CODEX Alimentarius for food safety measurement, management and traceability. Our goal was to have high quality analysts, proper analytical methods, good laboratory facilities, and safety systems within guidelines of ISO/IEC 17025. All staff members took requirement exams. We applied proficiency tests in the analysis of veterinary drugs (nitrofuran metabolites, sulfonamide and tetracyclines), dioxins, organophosphorus pesticides, and heavy metals (Cd, Pb, As) to the Food Analysis Performance Assessment Scheme (FAPAS) at Central Science Laboratory, Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), England. The results were very satisfactory. All documents were prepared, including system management, laboratory management, standard operational procedures for testing, reporting, and more. The criteria encompassed the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025:1999. Finally, the Korea Laboratory Accreditation Scheme (KOLAS) accredited our testing laboratories in accordance with the provisions of Article 23 of the National Standards Act. The accreditation will give us the benefit of becoming a regional reference laboratory in Asia.
Key Words: dioxins, heavy metals, ISO/IEC 17025, pesticides, veterinary drugs
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