Agawam, MA Lab QA Manual
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Historical/Local Document Number Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
ESA-MA
Prepared by
Kimberly LaPlante
Reviewed and Approved by
(name/date)
Christina White, 4/28/17
Reviewed and Approved by
(name/date)
Nicole Leja, 5/01/17
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11 ALMGREN DRIVE, AGAWAM, MA
SAMPLE DEPARTMENT
HEALTH AND SAFETY
WET CHEMISTRY/ MICROBIOLOGY
BIOLOGY
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SEMI-VOLATILE DEPARTMENT
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VOLATILE
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ORGANIC DEPARTMENT
DEPARTME
EPARTME
AIR DEPARTMENT
ADMINISTRATIVE
OFFICES
DMINISTRA
NISTRA
UALITY ASSURANCE DEPARTMENT
QUALITY
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REVIEW AND APPROVAL
This Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual is designed for use by Eurofins Spectrum
Analytical’s in-house guidance and will be furnished to the client upon request. It is not intended
for use or distribution to the public.
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Modifications and revisions of this manual will be subject to review by the
Assurance
he Quality
Q
Manager, Team Managers and final review and approval by the President
dent
nt and Laboratory
L
Director. The dated signature of the President will be the effective datee of this ve
version of the
Quality Assurance Manual.
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Digitally signed
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ned by Nicole Leja
Nicole
ole Lej
Leja
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DN: cn=Nicole
Leja, o=Eurofins
trum
m Analytica
Spectrum
Analytical, Inc., ou=ESAI,
[email protected]
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[email protected],
c=US
Date: 2017.05
2017.05.0
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2017.05.01
11:25:31 -04'00'
Nicole L
Leja
President
Pr
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Christina
naa Wh
White
Digitally signed by Christina White
DN: cn=Christina White, o=Eurofins Spectrum
Analytical, ou,
[email protected], c=US
Date: 2017.04.28 11:12:31 -04'00'
Christina White
Laboratory Director
Digitally signed by Kimberly LaPlante
DN: cn=Kimberly LaPlante, o=Eurofins Spectrum Analytical, Inc.,
ou=QA Department, [email protected],
c=US
Date: 2017.04.27 15:45:13 -04'00'
Kimberly LaPlante
Quality Assurance Manager
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
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1.0
POLICY STATEMENT
1
1.1
Mission Statement…………………………………………………………………1
1.2.1 Internal Employee Support ..................................................................................... 3
1.2.2 Client Support ......................................................................................................... 3
1.2.3 Advertising Policy .................................................................................................. 5
1.3
Complaints .............................................................................................................. 5
1.3.1 Internal .................................................................................................................... 6
1.3.1.1 Operational Related within Department .................................................................
6
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1.3.1.2 Operational Related Outside the Department .........................................................
6
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...
1.3.1.3 Personnel Issues ......................................................................................................
6
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1.3.2 External Complaints................................................................................................
6
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1.3.2.1 Service.....................................................................................................................
6
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1.3.2.2 Quality of Data........................................................................................................
7
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1.4
Corporate and Individual Ethics .............................................................................
7
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1.5
Confidentiality/Security..........................................................................................
9
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2.0
Organization and Responsibilitiess
11
2.1
Organizational Structure .......................................................................................
11
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2.2
Training.................................................................................................................
16
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2.3
Quality Assurance Managerial
17
erial
al Organization........................................................
Organiz
2.4
List of Key Personnel and
nd Positions
Position ..................................................................... 18
2.5
Housekeeping Policies
18
es ..........................................................................................
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3.0
Quality Assurance
Objectives
19
ce Objectiv
Objective
3.1
Data Quality Objectives........................................................................................
19
Objectives.....
ectives.....
3.2
Quality Assurance
Procedure..................................................... 20
urance
ance Communication
Com
Comm
3.3
Quality Assurance/Quality
Control Review ......................................................... 20
Assurance/Qu
urance/Qu
3.4
Qualityy Control Acceptance/Rejection
Criteria .................................................... 21
Ac
3.5
Stoppage
Work .................................................................... 21
ppage of Non-Conforming
Non
N
3.6
Preventative
ventativ Action............................................................................................... 21
ventative
4.0
Specialized
Analytical Methods
24
li
lize
4.1
Microbiology Analysis.......................................................................................... 24
4.1.1 Standard Operating Procedures............................................................................. 24
4.1.2 Record Maintenance ............................................................................................. 24
4.1.3 Temperature Records ............................................................................................. 24
4.1.3.1 Autoclave .............................................................................................................. 24
4.1.3.2 Incubators............................................................................................................. 25
4.1.4 Laboratory Reagents and Chemicals .................................................................... 25
4.1.5 Laboratory Water .................................................................................................. 25
4.1.6 Laboratory Glassware ........................................................................................... 25
4.1.7 Maintenance of Laboratory Instrumentation and Equipment. .............................. 25
4.1.8 Instrument Calibration Requirements. .................................................................. 25
4.1.9 Sample Collection, Preservation and Handling. ................................................... 25
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4.1.10 Analytical Methodology. ...................................................................................... 25
4.1.11 Sterility of Rinse/Dilution Water and Sample Bottles.......................................... 26
4.1.12 Residue Testing of Glassware............................................................................... 26
4.1.12.1 Inhibitory Residue Test..................................................................................... 26
4.1.12.2 Bromthymol Blue Test...................................................................................... 26
4.1.13 Microbiological Media – Quality Control Measures ............................................ 26
4.1.14 Miscellaneous Quality Control Measures............................................................. 27
4.1.15 Membrane Filter Procedure Quality Control Specifics ........................................ 27
4.2
Air Analysis .......................................................................................................... 27
4.2.1 Standard Operating Procedures............................................................................. 28
4.2.2 Record Maintenance .............................................................................................
28
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4.2.3 Laboratory Standards ............................................................................................
28
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4.2.4 Sample Containers ................................................................................................
28
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4.3
New Jersey Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbon Method
thod (NJ EPH)
EP ................... 29
4.3.1 Standard Operating Procedures.............................................................................
30
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4.3.2 Record Maintenance .............................................................................................
30
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4.3.3 Laboratory Reagents and Chemicals ....................................................................
30
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4.3.4 Quality Control .....................................................................................................
30
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4.3.5 Laboratory Glassware ...........................................................................................
30
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4.3.6 Maintenance of Laboratory Instrumentation
rumentation
umentation and Equipment ………………… 30
4.3.7 Instrument Calibration Requirements.
30
rements.
ments. ..................................................................
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4.3.8 Sample Collection, Preservation
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vation
ion and Handling.
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4.3.9 Analytical Methodology.
31
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5.0
Sample Handling
32
5.1
Sample Containers
32
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5.2
Sample Acceptance
32
tance
ce Policy....................................................................................
Policy.
5.3
Sample Receipt
Protocols
eipt
pt Protoc
Protocol ..................................................................................... 33
5.4
Sample Tracking
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36
cking ......
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5.5
Storage
Conditions................................................................................................ 36
gee Conditions
5.6
Sample
37
mple Disposal....................................................................................................
Disposa
Dispo
6.0
Calibration
39
ibration Procedures and Frequency
6.1
Equipment
men Calibration Information...................................................................... 39
6.2
Instrument Calibration Information ...................................................................... 39
6.3
Standard Traceability, Preparation and Handling................................................. 39
7.0
Standard Operating Procedures and Test Methods
41
7.1
Standard Operating Procedure Development and Modification........................... 41
7.2
Documentation of SOPs........................................................................................ 42
7.3
Test Methods......................................................................................................... 43
8.0
Internal Quality Control Checks
44
8.1
Laboratory Quality Control Samples .................................................................... 44
8.2
Method Detection Limits/Reporting Limits/LOD Verification/LOQ................... 44
8.3
Sample Dilution Policy ......................................................................................... 46
8.4
Selectivity ............................................................................................................. 46
8.5
Method Validation ................................................................................................ 46
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8.6
Control Charts....................................................................................................... 47
8.7
Estimation of Uncertainty ..................................................................................... 47
9.0
Data Reduction, Validation, Reporting and Records
49
9.1
Data Reduction and Validation............................................................................. 49
9.2
Report Format and Contents ................................................................................. 51
9.3
Records and Document Control............................................................................ 53
9.4
Transfer of Records............................................................................................... 54
10.0 Performance and System Audits
55
10.1 External Performance Audits................................................................................ 55
10.2 External System Audits......................................................................................... 55
10.3 Internal Performance Audits .................................................................................
56
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10.4 Internal System Audits..........................................................................................
57
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10.5 Management Review ............................................................................................
57
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11.0 Facilities, Equipment, Reagents, and Preventative
59
tivee Maintenance
Maintenan
Maintena
11.1 Laboratory Facilities .............................................................................................
59
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11.1.1 11 Almgren Drive – Agawam, MA ......................................................................
59
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11.1.2 830 Silver Street – Agawam, MA.........................................................................
60
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11.1.2.1 Volatile Organic (VOC) Department................................................................
60
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11.1.2.2 Air Laboratory ..................................................................................................
60
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11.2 Laboratory Reagent Storage .................................................................................
60
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11.3 Equipment and Reference Materials.....................................................................
60
aterials.........
erials........
11.4 Documentation and Labeling
ing of Standards
Stand
Standa and Reagents .................................... 61
11.5 Computers and Electronic
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nic Data Requirements
Req
Re
11.6 Preventive Maintenance........................................................................................
62
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11.7 Inspection/Acceptance
for Supplies and Consumables ................. 63
tance
ce Requirements
Requir
12.0 Routine Procedures
64
edures
ures Used to Evaluate Data Quality
12.1 Method Blanks
64
nkss ......................................................................................................
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12.3 Surrogatee Recoveries ............................................................................................ 64
12.4 Matrixx Spikes and Matrix Spike Duplicates (MS/MSD)...................................... 65
12.5 Duplicates
65
plicates .............................................................................................................
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13.0 Corrective
66
rective Actions
A
13.1 Isolatedd Conditions
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C
13.2 Systematic Conditions .......................................................................................... 66
13.3 Instrument Checks ................................................................................................ 67
13.4 Departure from Documented Procedures.............................................................. 69
14.0 Review of Requests, Tenders and Contracts
70
14.1 Distribution of project plan among Management Team. ...................................... 70
14.2 Results of Review. ................................................................................................ 71
14.3 Record Maintenance ............................................................................................. 71
15.0 Subcontracting and Support Services and Supplies
72
15.1 Subcontracting Laboratory Services ..................................................................... 72
15.2 Outside Support Services and Supplies ................................................................ 72
Revisions………………………………………………………………………………. 74
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ATTACHMENTS
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical State Certifications
x Massachusetts Laboratory
Appendix B
Section 1 Attachments
x Ethical Conduct and Data Integrity Agreement
x Typical Ethical and Data Integrity Issues
Appendix C
Section 2 Attachments
x Figure 2.1 Organizational Structure
x Resume of Nicole Leja; President
x Resume of Christina White: Laboratory Director
irector
x Initial Demonstration of Capability Form
m
x Instrument Demonstration of Capability
ability Form
Appendix D
Section 5 Attachments
x Sample of Chain of Custody
ody
x Sample of Air Chain of Custody
x Sample Integrity Form
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x Sample Label and
Seal Examples
nd Custody S
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Appendix A
Section 6 Attachments
achments
hments
x Table 6.1 Calibratio
Calibration for GC/MS Laboratory
x Table
le 6.1A BFB Key Ions and Abundance Criteria for Methods 624,
8260
2600 Tuning and Direct Injection
x Table
ble 6.1B FTPP Key Ions & Ion Abundance Criteria
x Table 6.2
6 Calibration Procedures GC Laboratory
x Table
Tab 6.3 Calibration Procedures for Inorganic Laboratory
Tabl
x Table
6.4 Calibration Procedures Organic Characterization Lab
T
Appendix F
Section 7 Attachments
x Standard Operating Procedures Master List
x SOP Request for Creation or Modification Form
Appendix G
Section 11 Attachments
x Table 11.1 Reagent Storage
x Table 11.2 Analytical Support Equipment
Appendix H
Section 12 Attachments
x Table 12.1 Concentration Levels for QC Samples
x Table 12.2 QC Frequency Information: Method Blanks
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Table 12.3 QC Frequency Information: Blank Spikes (BS) also known
as Laboratory Control Samples (LCS) and Standard Reference
Materials (SRM)
Table 12.4 QC Frequency Information: Matrix Spikes (MS) and
Matrix Spike/Duplicates (MSD)
Table 12.5 QC Frequency Information: Duplicates
Section 13 Attachments
x Table 13.1 QC Sample Acceptance Criteria & Corrective Action:
Method Blanks
x Table 13.2 QC Sample Acceptance Criteria and
Corrective Action:
nd C
Blank Spikes (BS) also known as Laboratory
ory Control
Cont
Contro Samples (LCS)
and Standard Reference Materials (SRM)
M)
x Table 13.3 QC Sample Acceptance Criteria
Corrective Action:
eria and Cor
Corr
Matrix Spikes
x Table 13.4 QC Sample Acceptance
nce
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Duplicates
Appendix J
Appendix K
Appendix L
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List of Acronyms
Definitions
Method References
ences
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1.0 POLICY STATEMENT
Introduction
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical, Inc. (ESA-MA) is an environmental testing laboratory in
the Greater Springfield area in Agawam, Massachusetts and staffs over 80 employees.
Since its inception in 1990, Eurofins Spectrum Analytical’s objective is to provide
quality analytical testing services to consulting firms, industries, municipalities and the
private sector in a timely manner. ESA-MA specializes in the performance of organic,
inorganic, wet chemistry and microbiology analyses in various matrices including air.
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A separate building within the same industrial park, located at 830
Silver Street,
0S
Agawam, MA, houses our volatile organics and air laboratoriess as well
wel
we as our
administrative offices. The laboratory facilities have more than
feet of
hann 22,000 square
sq
office and laboratory space combined. The designs and layouts
were
ayouts
uts of the laboratories
llab
chosen to provide efficient sample processing, alleviatee possible
contamination
ossible cross
cr
issues and to provide a safe work environment.
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Eurofins Spectrum Analytical has provided quality
ality
ity service
s vice and
an technical support to
consultants, industries and the public sectorr since
ce 1990.
199
1990 First
Fi certified in its home state of
Massachusetts, in 1993 we expanded ourr certification
certificatio throughout New England, New
York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Florida. Additionally,
Add
Ad
our quality data is accepted in
the states of Michigan, Delaware, Georgia,
and Virginia. ESA-MA is in
orgia, Maryland,
M
Ma
compliance with all applicable TNI
Standards. New York State is the primary accrediting
NI Standar
Standard
authority, with secondary accreditation
New Hampshire, New Jersey, Pennsylvania
creditation
ditation through
th
and Florida. ESA-MA hass also
lso been ggranted certification by the American Association for
Laboratory Accreditation
on (A2LA) tto perform work under the Department of Defense
anual
ual for Environmental
Env
Quality Systems Manual
Laboratories. A full listing of our currently
ethods
ds is ava
accredited test methods
available on our website at www.EurofinsUS.com/Spectrum
ESA-MA exhibits
xhibits a stro
strong business philosophy that consists of professionalism,
communication
ation and lleadership. This is continually demonstrated through our
commitment too provide
its clients with both technical expertise and business experience
pr
and has created a unique style, which has enabled this laboratory to achieve a higher level
of performance. ESA-MA is committed to meet current environmental strategy and
comply with EPA and other state agency regulations. ESA-MA bases its internal quality
systems on the NELAC standards.
1.1
Mission Statement
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical is dedicated to servicing the needs of our customers in a
consistently dependable manner with high quality, cost effective, and safety based
environmental analytical laboratory services. As part of the Eurofins network, we have
the stability and structure of an established corporation to support overhead functions
while retaining the personal aspects and services of the laboratory that was established in
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the early 1990s. Our team remains committed to our clients, our quality, and each other
as we focus on future growth and opportunities.
1.2
Quality Policy Statement
We strive to provide the highest quality data achievable by:
Reading and understanding all of the quality documents applicable to each position
and implementing the process in our work.
x
Following all recordkeeping requirements; describing clearly and accurately all
activities performed; recording “real time” as the task is carried
ied oout; understanding
that it is never acceptable to “back date” entries and shouldd additional
addition
dditio information be
required at a later date, the actual date and by whom thee notation
made must be
otation is m
documented.
x
Ensuring data integrity through the completeness,
ss,
s, consistency,
consistency
consisten and accuracy of the
data generated. Complete, consistent, and accurate
should be attributable,
ccu te data sho
legible, contemporaneously recorded, original
iginal
nal or a true
rue ccopy, and accurate (ALCOA).
This applies to manual paper documentation
records.
ntation
tion and electronic
e
x
Providing accountability and traceability
aceability
ability for each sample analyzed through proper
sample handling, labeling, preparation,
instrument calibration/qualification/
reparation,
aration, in
validation, analysis, and reporting;
an audit trail (the who, what, when,
eporting;
porting; establishing
esta
and why) that identifiess date,
ate, time, aanalyst, instrument used, instrument conditions,
quality control samples
and/or required by the method), and
les (where aappropriate
ap
associated standard
rd material.
x
Emphasizing
management process which provides accuracy, and strict
ng a total quality
qu
qua
compliance
agency
ncee with age
agen regulations and client requirements, giving the highest
degree of confiden
confidence; understanding that meeting the requirements of the next
employeee in the work flow process is just as important as meeting the needs of the
external client.
x
Providing thorough documentation and explanation to qualify reported data that may
not meet all requirements and specifications, but is still of use to the client;
understanding this occurs only after discussion with the client on the data limitations
and acceptability of this approach.
x
Responding immediately to indications of questionable data, out-of-specification
occurrences, equipment malfunctions, and other types of laboratory problems, with
investigation and applicable corrective action; documenting these activities
completely, including the reasons for the decisions made.
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Providing a work environment that ensures accessibility to all levels of management
and encourages questions and expression of concerns on quality issues to
management.
We each take personal responsibility to provide this quality product while meeting the
company’s high standards of integrity and ethics, understanding that improprieties, such
as failure to conduct the required test, manipulation of test procedures or data, or
inaccurate documentation will not be tolerated. Intentional misrepresentation of the
activities performed is considered fraud and is grounds for termination.
1.2.1
Internal Employee Support
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Eurofins Spectrum Analytical’s commitment extends not only externally
to its
ex
clients and community, but also internally to support
employees.
This
rt itss employee
employ
commitment focuses on communication and has resulted
of
ulted in the formation
f
policies of performance and resources for its employees. These
The policies also
Th
enforce the implementation of the quality assurance
ssurance
surance plan
pla aand will correct
deficiencies that may develop without jeopardizing
eo rdizing
eop
dizing the quality of services. This
commitment ensures that employees of ESA-MA
may perform their job functions
ESA
ESA-MA ma
without pressures that may adversely
ely
y affect th
the quality of their work.
1.2.2
Client Support
ESA-MA is committed
its clients with prompt, reliable
mmitted to pproviding
pr
results at competitive
The commitment to support our clients can
mpetitive
etitive prices.
pri
p
be demonstrated
nstrated
ated through
throu the services provided; many at no additional
charge.. These
services include:
hese ser
serv
a..
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Rush Service – Eurofins Spectrum Analytical’s standard turn
around
time for routine analytical parameters is 7-10 business days
aro
from
sample receipt at the laboratory. Rush service is always
f
available and may be coordinated through the use of our Rush
Analysis Request Form. Please ensure that a rush analysis request
be sent in advance of sample submittal. This communication will
help us prepare for your samples and assure you of the turn around
time. Requests may be submitted online via our eServices web
page. The availability of rush service is a function of the workload
within the laboratory at any given time. Therefore requests for
rush services are to be approved by the laboratory prior to
sampling. Emergency response services will be handled on a caseby-case basis. Please note that rush service may be subject to a
reasonable surcharge. Contact our Quality Services Department
for details.
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Special Pricing – through the use of Eurofins Spectrum
Analytical’s Request for Price Quotation Form (available on our
eServices web page). This form allows for further price reductions
for particular projects that have more cost-effective requirements.
c.
Electronic data deliverable (EDD) - All laboratory reports are
posted online and will be securely accessible 24/7 through our
eServices web page in pdf format and other EDD formats as
requested. These files are automatically generated by our LIMS,
and can be used to import into your own software and data
management applications. There are several EDD formats
available.
d.
Sample Containers - Pre-cleaned, pre-preserved
sample containers
e-preserved
reserved sa
are supplied at no cost provided they
hey
y return for laboratory
la
analyses. Please allow a minimum
business hours notice to
mum of 48 busi
busin
prepare and process your request.
may be completed
quest.
uest. Requisitions
Requis
Requisiti
online through our web site.
Spectrum Analytical will
ite Eurofins Sp
ship sample containerss too your
you office
ffice at no additional charge
provided sufficient notice
given for sample kit preparation and
tice is giv
ground shipping or delivery. Additional notice is required for
certified low-level
media.
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b.
Reliability of any
nyy sample data
da
d is measured in terms of precision in
executing methodologies
ethodologies
odologie and accuracy of surrogate and method spike
recoveries.
generated by Eurofins Spectrum Analytical must pass all
s. Data gene
method-specific
d-specific
pecific and
a regulatory criteria established under NELAP, the
Environmental
Agency (EPA) and by each state in which
ironmental
nmental Protection
P
certifications
ertifications
fication are held. In situations where no criterion has been
established, ESA-MA may choose to develop in-house data quality
established
objectives to ensure that reliable data is reported.
objecti
objectiv
Prior to accepting new bid proposals, the Director and the QA Department
Pr
review the scope of work provided by the client to ensure all specifications
can be met by Eurofins Spectrum Analytical. The client is informed at
this time if a sub-contract laboratory will be needed to meet scope of work
criteria.
The primary QA/QC objective is to develop, implement, improve and
maintain procedures for sample receipt, sample preparation, laboratory
analysis, data validation and reporting that provides scientifically valid,
legally defensible data. Eurofins Spectrum Analytical supports this
objective through QA/QC procedures within the laboratory, including all
ancillary departments.
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Advertising Policy
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It is the intention of Eurofins Spectrum Analytical to accurately represent
its accreditations and certifications and in a manner that does not imply
accreditation in areas that are outside the actual scope of current
accreditation. The laboratory’s accreditation certificate and scope of
accreditation issued by NELAP, A2LA or other Federal or State agencies
will be posted on the laboratory website. It is not anticipated that
additional advertising with respect to A2LA accreditation status of the
laboratory will be required. If management determines that additional
advertising is necessary, the laboratory will follow
w the current A2LA
Advertising Policy with respect to the activitiess under
nder the
th
t scope of
accreditation and use of the A2LA symbol.
Use of the NELAC Accredited logo is allowable with
wit adherence to the
following:
Where the NELAC logo
used it sha
shall always be accompanied by
go is use
us
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical’s
nalytical’s accreditation number.
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b.
The NELAC logo
go may be generated electronically provided that
the prescribed
bed formats aand forms are retained.
c.
When
n promoting
romotin or providing proof of accreditation, accredited
laboratories
should use the scope(s) of accreditation, as this
boratories
atories sh
document
the specific tests which are accredited. The
cument details
d
certificate
certifica should be used for display purposes and should also
certificat
accompany
the scope.
acco
accom
d.
When the NELAC logo is used on a business solicitation document
W
such as a proposal or quotation form, the laboratory has the
responsibility to distinguish between those proposed tests that fall
within the laboratory’s scope of accreditation and those that do not.
This is done by attaching a copy of the current Scope of
Accreditation sheet and/or a link to Eurofins Spectrum Analytical’s
Quality webpage were this information is posted or by noting
which tests or calibration is non-accredited.
e.
Upon suspension or termination of accreditation, the laboratory
will immediately inform affected clients and remove or update
certification on the Eurofins Spectrum Analytical website.
1.3 Complaints
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Internal
1.3.1.1 Operational Related within Department
Department Managers are available to express department-related
disputes, ideas and/or concerns. If an issue deserves research,
Laboratory Director attention, or is not resolved immediately, the
employee(s) must express the concern in writing in memorandum
form to the department manager. (See Standard Operating
Procedure for Resolution of Complaints for further information,
available upon request)
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The Laboratory Director and/or QA Manager are available to
express laboratory-related disputes,
utes, ideas and/or
and/ concerns. If an
and
issue deserves research, Laboratory
Director
oratory
ratory Dire
Directo attention, or is not
resolved immediately, thee employee(s)
must express concern in
e ployee(
ployee(s) m
writing in memorandum
Director. The
m form to the Laboratory
L
Laboratory Directorr will respon
respond within 48 hours of written
notification.
1.3.1.3 Personnel Issues
ssues
ues
The Department
is available to express non-operational
partment Manager
M
related
lated
d disputes,
dispute ideas and/or concerns. If an issue deserves
research,
Director attention, or is not resolved
search, Laboratory
L
La
immediately,
the employee(s) must express concern in writing in
immedia
immediat
memorandum
form to the Department Manager or corporate HR.
mem
memo
(See
(Se Standard Operating Procedure for Resolution of Complaints
for
f further information, available upon request.) All parties will
follow company policy set forth in the Eurofins Employee
Handbook.
1.3.2
External Complaints
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical puts client support as one of its highest
priorities. If a client expresses a complaint or concern it is acted upon
immediately. (See Standard Operating Procedure for Resolution of
Complaints for further information, available upon request.)
1.3.2.1 Service
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When a client call is received concerning the services provided by
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical it is the responsibility of the person
receiving the call to notify the Laboratory President immediately.
1.3.2.2 Quality of Data
1.4 Corporate and Individual Ethics
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When a client calls concerning data results the call is forwarded to
the Laboratory Director, QA Manager or authorized personnel
(refer to SOP). The matter is looked into upon receipt and if the
complaint investigation reveals a laboratory error due to noncompliance with internal procedures, the client is notified within
three business days or sooner from discovering
erin the error.
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Eurofins Spectrum Analytical depends upon the
he quality of tthe data and services
produced and the integrity of the people who
ho generate them.
th
them We recognize the
need for and have responded with an ethics
hics
c program
rogram that
tha is designed to establish a
meaningful context within the environmental
Our objective is to
nmental
menta laboratory.
aborat
provide an effective ethics program
m that
hat involves
involv training, managerial leadership
and active dialogue between ourr staff. All new
n employees are trained within the
first two weeks of employment
ent and signed
signe documentation is attached to the new
employee training form, filed
iled
d with their
the
thei onsite personnel folder. Eurofins
Spectrum Analytical also
so provides eemployees with the ability to anonymously
report instances of unethical
laboratory practices. The QA Manager
thical or improper
im
or their designee willl investigate
investig any suspected instances of ethics violations or
improper procedures.
Continued employee and managerial training will occur
edures.
ures. Cont
Con
once a year in conjunct
conjunction
conjuncti with the mandatory Annual Company Meeting, for
which alll attendance
ttendanc is recorded. Periodic monitoring of data integrity is
conducted
ucted
cted through departmental management validation against the raw data
uploaded
oaded by the
th analyst. Additional validation procedures to ensure data integrity
are located
ocated in Section 9 of this Quality Assurance Manual. Any employee who
displayss uunethical behavior or intentionally jeopardizes data integrity will be
subject to discipline up to and including termination.
We, at Eurofins Spectrum Analytical believe that we share common goals and
values. These goals and values include protection of the environment, quality of
product and personal integrity.
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We strive to be honest when we interact with each other and our clients.
x
We work to achieve high standards in our procedures and with our final
product.
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We will continue to create an environment for personal and professional
growth that provides employees with an opportunity to grow, excel and
develop new skills and challenges.
x
We will continue to enhance our internal procedures that provide a welldefined background that is both educational and supportive to both our
employees and our clients.
x
We encourage through our internal programs and by example, responsible
procedures that address laboratory wastes and health and safety for all our
employees and for our environment. Our laboratory waste program has
become a training tool to involve our employees in thee ethical
disposal of
et
chemical and laboratory wastes.
x
We strive to respect one another for our variety
ety and our similarities.
simi
sim
x
We strive to respect one another for our origins and our
ou beliefs, our looks and
our gender.
x
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical and
d its leade
leadership support the maintenance of
the facility, the equipment and
nd instrumen
instrumentation and, by example demonstrate a
ew
w instrumentation.
instrumen
willingness to invest in new
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While it is the goal of Eurofins
Spectrum Analytical to lead and teach by
urofins Spe
example, it is also true
ue that ethics
eth are guidelines within each individual that are
supported by company
structure. While most individuals strive to attain a high
mpany
ny structu
degree of integrity,
grity,
y, there are
ar some actions that occur in laboratories that are
considered unethical
ethical and
an can result in penalties or punishments to include legal
and civil actions.
ctions. The
T
Th following are examples of unethical behaviors with their
own nicknames
icknames that
th are unique to laboratories.
x
Peak sh
sha
shaving – The practice of manually integrating a peak from a point
within
hin the chromatogram that will decrease the true value of the analytical
contaminant. If the manual integration does not begin and end in a valley, the
deviation is considered peak shaving.
x
Dry Labbing – Creating data for an analysis that was not performed.
x
Time Travel – Changing the time of an extraction, analysis or sampling to
make it appear that the analytical procedure performed was done with in the
analytical holding time.
Other actions defined as unethical include forging another’s name or initials,
signing that data review has been performed when it was not, spiking a “little
extra” to improve recoveries or knowingly condoning unethical observed
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behavior of others. See Appendix B for typical ethical and data integrity issues.
1.5 Confidentiality/Security
The protection of confidential business information and trade secrets is vital to the
interest and success of this organization and its clientele. Confidentiality is an
absolute condition of employment with Eurofins Spectrum Analytical. At all
times and occasions, it is imperative that all employees maintain confidentiality of
all information concerning business practices.
x
x
Vendors, clients, site locations, and analytical
ical results even
ev though some such
blic
lic record, are considered
information may become a matter of public
confidential. Listed below is the protocol
to
o oll initiated
initiat in
i order to maintain and
support this confidentiality.
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Security includes the use of telephones, computers, facsimiles, and any other
electronic media systems. Passwords are assigned to eachh user
us and the use of all
systems can be monitored. Each employee must agree to the terms
set forth and
ter
t
sign an acknowledgement form.
The Client Services Department
ment in coord
coordination with the QA Department is
sentative
ntative at Eurofins
E
the only authorized representative
Spectrum Analytical who may
release analytical data after
approval by the Laboratory Director.
er final ap
Anyone requesting
ng a copy of
o an analytical report or invoice who is not listed
on the original
Custody must:
al Chain
hain of C
(1) Submit
mitt a written
writte request with specific details for the reason for the
request;
equest;
uest;
approval from the individual and/or company who are the
(2) Obtain written
w
clien of record on the original Chain of Custody.
client
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Eurofins Spectrum Analytical is protected by a security system, which is only
accessible by employees who are issued a current security code. No one other
than authorized employees can gain access to this system.
x
All employees receive Computer Security Training upon hiring and
participate in a refresher course annually. Training included the use and
protection of individual passwords, the requirement to change LIMS
passwords annually and the safe use of individual and group computers.
x
The storage of analytical data and accompanying invoices are accessible only
to the Accounting, Client Services, and QA Departments. No one other than
authorized employees can access this documentation.
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The Chains of Custody records are accessible by the Sample and Accounting,
Client Services, and QA Departments. Only authorized employees can access
this documentation.
x
Any request for quotation and/or client correspondence is considered
confidential documentation and will only be accessible to the Client Services
Department and authorized personnel. No other operational department will
have access to this documentation.
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If a request for quotation is submitted by more than one company for the identical
public bid, without any question of deviations, Eurofins Spectrum
Analytical has
Spec
an obligation to provide an equal low discounted price forr this project.
p
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Organization and Responsibilities
2.1
Organizational Structure
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Eurofins Spectrum Analytical employs a team of professionals that possess a high-level
of training along with at least five years or more technical experience in their related
field. Our staff utilizes their scientific and technical expertise to service the analytical
and informational needs of our clients and allows us the ability to customize and develop
certain scientific procedures that are not part of the existing EPA standard methodologies.
These staff diversities enable ESA-MA to produce high-quality data while maintaining
our efficiency, quality assurance and effective deliverables and profitability. ESA-MA
encourages its staff to revise and develop procedures that will improve the overall
function. Present staff qualifications and work experience are on file and can be
furnished to a client upon request.
The organizational structure and responsibilities
ies are outlined
outline below and illustrated
in Figure 2.1 located in Appendix C for the Massachusetts
Massachuse Laboratories.
President (resume attached in Appendix
dix C)
Responsible for assisting with
h preparation
reparation of budget and meeting those goals for
each calendar year. Responsible
profits and losses associated with business
nsible for pro
performance and ensuring
ng
g operations meet internal and external expectations.
x
Provide technical support
port and oonsite supervision of the operational
departments located
ated at 830 S
Silver St;
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Laboratory Director
tor (resume aattached in Appendix C)
x
Final review
approval of Microbiology data;
eview
ew and ap
x
The Laboratory
Director is responsible for overall supervision of
aboratory D
laboratory
aboratory
oratory ope
ooperations, overseeing all technical and administrative policies
as well as the enforcement and adherence to said policies
and procedures,
proced
laboratory staff
by labo
labor
x
Use ttools and processes for performance measurement and benchmarking
(KPIs);
(K
x
Assist management and staff with development of cost calculation models
(using activity-based costing methodology) such as APPC and capacity
modeling;
x
Is responsible for final data validation and approval of laboratory reports
for data generated by both the 11 Almgren Dr and 830 Silver St facilities;
x
Provide technical support and onsite supervision of the operational
departments located at 11 Almgren Drive;
x
Supervise the revision of and final approval of protocols and methodologies;
x
Ensuring proper data deliverable and client services;
x
Using information collected from all departments and client feedback, the
laboratory director must conduct a review of the laboratory’s quality
system and testing activities to ensure their continuing suitability and
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effectiveness, and to introduce necessary changes or improvements.
Prepare an annual Management Review with these findings and ensure
they are assigned and carried out in an agreed upon timeframe.
The President will provide back-up in the absence of the Laboratory
Director. If the Lab Director is absent for more than 35 calendar days, the
primary AB must be notified.
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Senior Operations Director
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Shares responsibility with Laboratory Directors for business unit performance
in terms of quality, efficiency, and key performance indicators (KPIs)
including working within budget and meeting sample TAT expectations;
x
Support overall division and business management
nt too include daily
operations, staff scheduling, administrative duties,
enforcement;
ties,, and policy
po
x
Support the Lean project manager and Lean
n initiatives;
nitiatives;
x
Maintain and repair instrumentation (excluding
and
cluding
ding ICP, ICPMS,
IC
Microwave technologies) and providee internal training
trainin to primary analysts;
traini
x
Review current procedures and operational
activities and recommend
rational
tional act
activit
efficiency improvements;
x
Provide oversight and assistance
operational
ance to op
ope
atio departments on technical
issues and aid in professional
assist LDs with staff training
onall development;
developm
and development and recommend
training plans;
ecommend tr
x
Stay abreast on current
entt analytical
analytic
analytica method, technology changes and new
techniques and makee recomm
recommendations for process improvements and
upgrades as needed
eeded
ded including
includi applicable state programs such as MA DEP
CAM and CT DEEP RC
RCP;
x
Recommend,
initiate, and support method development to increase
mend,
nd, initiat
initiate
instrument
ument
ent sample capacity, maintain or reduce labor costs, and maintain
all QC requirements;
requirem
x
Assist with data review and validation during high sample volume periods;
x
Support bboth MA and RI locations for technical improvements and
instrument
repairs;
instrum
str
x
Must be proactive in prevention and detection of improper, unethical or
Mu
illegal actions.
x
The Operational Support Manager will be back-up in the absence of the
Senior Operations Director.
Quality Assurance Manager
x
Fulfill the role of laboratory Quality Assurance Officer;
x
Implement, maintain and improve upon the overall laboratory quality assurance;
x
Ensure all lab personnel understand their contribution to the quality
assurance plan;
x
Conduct initial and annual Ethics and Data Integrity Training;
x
Conduct initial Computer Security Training for new hires:
x
Ensure communication takes place at all levels of the laboratory regarding
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x
x
x
x
x
x
x
the quality assurance plan;
Evaluate the effectiveness of training;
Data validation;
Conduct annual internal laboratory audits to assure compliance with all
aspects of the quality assurance plan;
Maintaining the QA/QC database and QA/QC files;
Ongoing review and update of QC procedures, QC databases, and protocols;
Oversee all aspects of Proficiency Testing including orders, dispersal to
the laboratory, ensure operational managers rotate PT analysts, upload
results to providers, DMR QA reporting, monitor PT history and
corrective actions;
Document Control;
Maintains Certifications;
Oversee and delegate tasks to Quality Assurance
Department staff;
urance
nce Depart
Departm
All responsibilities are conducted in communication
with the Laboratory
mmunication
unication w
Director and President.
The QA Assistant will provide back-up
of the QA Manager.
-up
up in the
th absence
abs
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Operational Support Manager
x
Be available to all laboratory
departments for assistance with staff
tory departm
management and training,
with Client Service and
ning,
ng, communications
commu
commun
Quality Control, inventory
control and maintenance of departmental
ventory
ntory con
cont
protocols and procedures.
ocedures.
edures.
x
Assist with data
review and validation of Organic data as
ata processing,
processin
proces
needed;
x
Assist withh method updates and maintenance of all instrumentation to
include
GCMSs, ECDs) and inorganic instrumentation via
udee organic (GCs,
(
communication
ommunicatio
mmunicatio with Laboratory Director and Senior Operations
Director.
x
with Organic (Air, VOC and SVOC) peer review of standards;
Assist w
compilation of LOD/LOQ and MDL studies; other department
com
comp
administrative
duties as operationally needed.
ad
d
x
Responsible for tracking and keeping certifications current for critical
laboratory equipment such as weights, thermometers, balances, flow
meter, and other devices necessary to operations including sending to
vendors for renewal before expiration.
x
Maintenance of the master inventory list updated as new capital items are
purchased and older items are taken out of commission. Tracking
instrument serial numbers on existing and new equipment and maintaining
equipment certifications, as needed.
x
Assist with maintenance of department protocols and procedures and
method development.
x
Maintain friendly, working relationships with instrument vendors,
salespersons and service personnel keeping the BU up-to-date.
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x
x
x
Help departments utilize tools and processes for performance
measurement and benchmarking (KPIs) to include TAT, productivity,
scheduling of staff, and optimization of staff and resources.
Standardize operational performance reporting with a clear focus on
laboratories production with recommendations for process improvements.
On a daily basis communicate with the BUMA, Laboratory Director,
Operations Director, and Operational Department Managers. As needed,
keep Quality Service Department and the Quality Assurance Department
aware of any issues that may affect service or quality of our products.
The Operational Support Manager must have a sufficient background to
competently support all laboratory processes.
The Senior Operations Director will be back-up inn the
he absence of the
Operational Support Manager.
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Lean Project Manager
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Responsible for on time completion off milestones
x
Distribute and review tasks, owners and deadlines
dead
x
Responsible for the long term Continuous
Improvement
Contin
onti ous Imp
Im
x
Present results to BU and corporate
rporate
rate Lean
Lea
Le Coordinator
C
x
Complete analysis and document
outcomes
ocument outc
x
Continue to gain knowledge
wledge
edge of lean
lea tools
Quality Services Department
tment
ment
x
Overall clientt service
management;
rvice m
man
x
Preparation
on of bids and
an price quotations;
x
Development
ads, etc.
opment
ment of flyers,
ffly
x
Dataa reporting;
eporting;
x
Invoice
preparation;
nvoice
oice prep
prepa
x
Scheduling of courier service via client contact;
Scheduli
Schedulin
x
Publish
ublish laboratory data reports;
x
Communicate with clients regarding data deliverable;
Com
x
Maintain laboratory report files;
x
Manager to support Operational Department in manager’s absence;
x
Manager will have a link to Marketing Department.
x
The Client Services Manager will provide back-up in the absence of the
Quality Services Deputy Director.
Accounting Department
x
Track all incoming vendor invoices and outgoing client invoices;
x
Track all payables;
Courier Service Department
x
Coordinates daily pick up schedule;
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x
x
x
x
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Oversees sample container inventory;
Oversees preparation of sample kits for client deliveries;
Communicates with Laboratory Director regarding courier service
schedule and all incoming samples;
Oversees all shipping from facility.
The Quality Services Deputy Director will provide back-up in the absence
of the Courier Manager.
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Manager - Oversees overall data management;
x
Manager - Provides technical support;
x
Manager - Coordinates operational issues to Laboratory
oratory
tor Director;
x
Manager - Provides validation support to QA Department
epartme as secondary
validator.
x
Manager – Supervision of personnel including
cluding
ding hirin
hiring aand training;
x
Performing sample preparation and analysis
accordance with all
nalysis in acco
applicable methodology and internall SOPs;
x
Processing data generated by laboratory
aborato
orat y instru
iinstrumentation;
x
Performing daily QA/QC checks
each iinstrument;
heckss on ea
x
Maintaining communication
tion
ion with QA Department regarding quality issues
and data deliverable;
x
Adherence to Health
th and Safety and Chemical Hygiene Plans; Maintain
and implement all the depa
department functions stated above with specific
depart
responsibilities
ies listed
isted for
fo each position;
x
Review all
within prescribed frequency;
ll logbooks
gbooks w
x
Review
QA/QC samples and standards as stated in the
w and
nd implement
implem
imple
methods
hods
ds performed
perform on a daily basis;
x
Review
view the ddaily backlog for due date, holding time, etc. and assign work
each analyst;
order to eea
x
Ensure PT samples are rotated among all trained analysts;
x
Conduct a brief daily meeting with assistants in order to meet daily objectives.
Con
x
The Laboratory Director or Operational Support Manager will provide
back-up in the absence of the Operational Department Manager.
Air Department
x
Method development;
x
Marketing air division;
x
Provide technical support such as air presentations;
x
Perform various air analyses; such as TO15 and APH along with
customized analyses as requested.
Sample Department
x
Verifies the integrity of all samples received and inspects incoming Chains
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x
x
x
of Custody for completeness;
Ensure all inter-company communication regarding incoming expedited
TAT samples;
Ensure data entry accuracy from Chain of Custody into Laboratory
Information Management System (LIMS) database;
Communicate with clients regarding any COC deviations as defined under
NELAC protocol and our Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual;
Identify incoming samples with their unique identification provided by the
LIMS database;
Preparation of samples for subcontracting laboratory when applicable.
The Quality Services Deputy Director will provide back-up in the absence
of the Sample Department Manager.
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Health and Safety Department
x
Implementation of Eurofins Spectrum Analytical’s
Chemical Hygiene
lytical’s Che
Plan and enforcement of laboratory safety
afety rules;
x
Coordination of safety related staff training;
aining;
x
Sample/waste disposal and storage.
rage.
ge.
x
The Lean Project Manager will provide
in the absence of the
provid back-up
ac
H&S Manager.
Information Systems Department
rtment
ment
x
Maintenance of all internal nnetwork functions;
x
Program development;
elopment;
pment;
x
Assists with
th marketing strategies.
x
Eurofins
ns NSC will pprovide back-up in the absence of onsite IT.
2.2
Training
ng
Eurofins
Spectrum Analytical’s training program applies to all employees. All
ofins Sp
Spe
job functions
are fully described in a formal job description, which is kept on file
ctio
ti
in the lab. To be hired or promoted, an employee must meet all job description
requirements. All hiring and subsequent changes in personnel are documented in
the individual’s permanent personnel file. Various training programs are
provided for new employees or employees transferred to a new position.
Additionally, certain positions require auxiliary training, including training
videotapes, on-site training classes, or off-site attendance of specialized training
or certification courses. Each analyst hired must perform an Initial Demonstration
of Capability (see Appendix C) before processing and reporting data. This study
is used to demonstrate the precision and accuracy of the individual analyst.
All hiring, training and position changes follow the policies and procedures set
forth in the Eurofins Employee Handbook. Training is arranged and planned by
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the operational department, reviewed by the Quality Assurance Department and
approved by the Laboratory Director. Before commencing employment with
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical, all potential staff members are informed of their
ethical and legal responsibilities. This includes client confidentiality, health and
safety procedures, and communication within the laboratory. The employee must
review and sign the Eurofins Employee Handbook before starting as an employee.
This handbook details all company policies and penalties for not complying with
the procedures and policies. Along with the Handbook, each employee is
required to review the laboratory’s Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual,
specifically the sections that are pertinent to their job responsibilities. Once this
section has been reviewed, the employee will sign the training form stating that
he/she has read and understands the information provided.
Upon completion of a
d. Up
revised QA Manual, all personnel are assigned the updated
revision in the online
dated
ed revis
rev
SOP program. They must read and electronically sign
QA
gn off on the updated
u
Manual, acknowledging they have read and understand
erstand
and the most
mos recent revision.
Quality Assurance Managerial Organization
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The managerial team under the direct supervi
supervision
uperv on of the Laboratory President and
QA Manager will enforce the implementation
ementation
mentation of the Comprehensive Quality
Assurance Manual. Listed below
w are routine quality organization functions:
a.
Daily communication
ion occurs bbetween the Laboratory Director and
Managers. The Laboratory Director
is kept up to date regularly throughout
D
the day for any
immediate executive decisions. The Operational Support
ny immedi
immediat
Manager (communicat
(communicates
mmunica data deliverable information and any technical or
instrument
for the Organic Sections). All departments have daily
mentt issues fo
Flashh Meetings to
t discuss current and future workload, KPIs and
operational
issues.
perational
rational is
b.
Weekly
Weekl Performance Meetings are held with senior management to
discuss lab status. A weekly status update is emailed to the Laboratory
discu
disc
Director by each department manager detailing any performance issues.
Di
c.
Monthly Performance Review - this meeting is held on a monthly basis (or
as needed) and is under the direct supervision of the Laboratory Director.
Managers for all departments attend this meeting.
d.
Quarterly BU Performance Review: this meeting is under the direct
supervision of the Laboratory Director and each operational manager in
order to evaluate the operational plans developed by each department and
their efficiency at meeting goals during the year.
Employee Performance Evaluation - all employees are evaluated on a
yearly basis by the department managers and the Laboratory Director.
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List of Key Personnel and Positions
Employee Name
Nicole Leja
Christina White
Dulce Litchfield
Kimberly LaPlante
Patrick Sullivan
Kevin White
Wes Bryon
Rebecca Merz
Emily Kinney
Sandra Mateega
Jackie Clement
Raquel Thomas
John Miller
Joel Navaroli
Kathryn Wilkinson
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Position Held
President
Laboratory Director
Deputy Director of Quality Services
Quality Assurance Manager
Senior Operations Director
Lean Project Manager
Operational Support Manager
Quality Services Manager
anag
g
Air & Volatile Organic
rganic
anic Manager
M
Semi-Volatile Organic
ganic Manager
Mana
Ma
Metals Manager
gerr
Wet Chemistry
emistry Manager
Manage
Manag
Healthh & Safety Manager
Man
M
Information
for
o ation Technology
Techn
Te
Sample
Manager
mple Receiving
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Housekeeping Policies
ringent
ent house
The laboratory follows stringent
housekeeping procedures both utilizing internal
mployees and
aan contracting with an external cleaning group.
policies performed by employees
ployees
yees are rresponsible for the cleanliness of their own area.
Internally, all employees
gents, cl
clea
This includes reagents,
cleaning
and placement of glassware, etc. The Laboratory
utinely
nely over
overs
Director routinely
oversees all procedures.
ealth and Sa
The Health
Safety Manager performs an internal audit of the entire laboratory
bba and reports his findings to the Laboratory Director with
on a monthly basis
ested comments.
cco
suggested
In addition, a cleaning company has been contracted who performs a thorough
cleaning for both facilities three times per week or on an “as needed” basis
following the necessary precautions as to not interfere with the efficiency of the
laboratory.
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Quality Assurance Objectives
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical follows the well-defined EPA standards for validation and
data accuracy as the foundation of our QA/QC effort. The primary QA/QC objective is
to develop, implement and maintain procedures for sample receiving, sample preparation,
laboratory analysis, data validation and reporting that provide scientifically valid, legally
defensible data. ESA-MA supports this objective through QA/QC procedures throughout
the laboratory, including all ancillary departments.
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Clients are encouraged to submit a blind duplicate sample at no additional charge, which
will be tested as part of the routine samples. Testing the blind sample enables ESA-MA
to check the accuracy and consistency of our procedures and gives
es oour clients the utmost
possible degree of confidence in the data.
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ESA-MA is so confident in its accuracy that when applying
renewals, the
yingg for certification
certific
certifica
required proficiency tests are run on a rush basis. This
is is done because
becau 70% of our
beca
projects require an expedited turnaround time; therefore
efore
fore if we can
c run and pass the allimportant proficiency tests using our rush procedures,
d es,
du
s, we hhave further proven the
accuracy of our ongoing technique.
Our use of reliable and technically sound
instrumentation, the experience of our chemists,
nd instrumen
and our well-trained support staff aree additional components
to our QA/QC program.
c
3.1
Data Quality Objectivess
Data quality objectives
(DQOs) are quantitative and qualitative statements
ctives
ves (DQO
specifying the quality
the environmental data required to support the decisionality of th
making process.
cess.
ss. DQO
DQOs define the total uncertainty in the data that is acceptable
for each specific
during sample analysis. This uncertainty includes both
ecific activity
activ
ac
sampling
ing
ng error and analytical error.
The paramet
parameters that are used to specify data quality requirements and to evaluate
parame
the analytical
system performance are precision, accuracy, representativeness,
lyt
completeness, and comparability (PARCC). Definitions for these parameters are
presented below:
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Precision: a measure of the reproducibility of measurements under a given set
of conditions.
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Accuracy: a measure of the bias that exists in a measurement system.
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Representativeness: the degree to which sample data accurately and precisely
represent selected characteristics.
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Completeness: a measure of the amount of the valid data obtained from the
measurement system compared to the amount that is required.
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Comparability: a measure of confidence with which one data set can be
compared with another.
Quality Assurance Communication Procedure
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ESA-MA has instituted a Quality Assurance Communication Procedure (QACP)
in order to strengthen the quality organization within the laboratory. The
effectiveness of this procedure enables a timely response to problem situations
and the creation of innovate concepts, enhancing the quality
ity of both the analyses
and the services provided by ESA-MA.
The following outlines specific quality assurancee communicatio
communication
ommunicatio activities.
x
x
x
3.3
Managerial communication is conducted
d between th
the L
Laboratory Director and
the team leaders: (Operational Departments,
Quality
artments,
nts, Qu
Qualit Assurance, Quality
Service, Sample, Courier, Technical
Servicee Dep
Departments, and Air Division)
cal Serv
Servi
to handle the overall daily laboratory
(see Section 2.0 –
oratory
tory functions
funct
Organization Structure and Responsibilit
Responsibilities).
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Data deliverable communication
munication
nication ddeadlines: all operational departments report
to the Laboratory Director
irector rega
regar
regarding the status of their data deliverable no
later than 11:30 AM
M via the daily
d
rush program.
Data validation
ation
on comm
commu
communication updates: the validation team is in constant
communication
nication
ation wit
with the Operational Departments regarding data quality
issuess that
hat may require
re
immediate action. The Laboratory Director will
immediately
mmediately
mediately be
b notified.
Departmental communication update: the department manager must meet with
Departm
his/her
he assistant and/or coordinator on a daily basis to discuss various actions
such as: daily workload, quality control issues, instrumentation issues,
personnel and others.
Quality Assurance/Quality Control Review
It is necessary to continually review and evaluate all laboratory procedures to
ensure compliance with state and federal regulations. This includes procedures
for data validation, daily laboratory operation, and corrective actions. The
Laboratory Director, along with the QA Department and Directors, meet
frequently to discuss if procedures need to be changed in order to meet
compliance. If any procedure is changed a written memorandum is sent to all
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pertinent laboratory personnel. These memorandums are issued a control
document number, stored on the network and backed up regularly.
The Laboratory President, Director and QA Department meet at the end of each
calendar year to discuss the quality systems in place. The Department Managers
are evaluated on the quality systems within the laboratory during the end of the
year performance review. If necessary, managers meet with the Director and QA
Manager more frequently to address quality issues.
3.4
Quality Control Acceptance/Rejection Criteria
3.5
Stoppage of Non-Conforming Work
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Acceptance and rejection criteria are based on methodology
gy aand instrumentation.
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical will use method guidelines
criteria levels.
nes for ccri
Quality control samples are charted periodically to determine
ermine upper
up
upp and lower
acceptance levels for in-house method acceptancee and rejection criteria. The
Laboratory Director is responsible for final decisions
regarding data acceptability.
ecisions regard
regardin
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When quality control data falls outside
acceptance criteria, the
tside
de of the laboratory’s
l
Laboratory Director, QA Manager,
ger, Validation
Validatio Team and department managers
have the authority to halt the analysis
QA Department staff has the
nalysis of samples.
s
authority to halt work if any
compliance
ny complian
complianc issues are found with a laboratory
method or process. Before
work can resume, laboratory personnel must
fore any wo
wor
identify the non-conformity.
the issue has been identified, the client must be
formity.
rmity. Once
Onc
O
contacted to inform
the non-conformity and how their data may be
rm them of th
affected. Afterr a thorough
horough iinvestigation, the data may be narrated or, if deemed
appropriate,, a correctiv
corrective action may be enacted. Once satisfied that the nonconformity
ity has been sufficiently addressed, the Laboratory Director, QA
Manager,
Validation Team or department managers may authorize work to
ger, Validati
resume.
um
ume.
Preventative
tati Action
All employees are empowered and encouraged to use the concept of Preventive
Action to avoid a problematic situation. The company supports, embraces and
drives the process for continuous quality improvement by several means, such as:
Ethics Hotline, open door policy for suggestions and training classes that include
Ethics and "Essential Technical Training for Laboratory Personnel". If an
employee identifies a potential problem or an area of concern or it should be
brought to the attention of his/her supervisor, Human Resources, QA Director or
the Ethics Hotline.
The laboratory also utilizes a formal program to encourage preventive action
through development of lean processes. The goal of this program is to optimize
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processes to ensure efficiency and operational improvements while maintaining
compliance. The efficiency gains are inherently coupled with minimizing errors
and rework. Teams of employees learn the tools and techniques to evaluate a
process, identify potential sources of errors, delays or problems in an operation,
determine system changes that will minimize these and work to implement the
improvements. Each project includes thorough documentation of the evaluation,
measurement, and implementation phases. The process is continually monitored
to ensure that the anticipated results are sustained.
Employees are also encouraged to communicate to their supervisor any area(s) or
operation(s) that they believe could be streamlined, make their job easier, would
provide a quality improvement, or could provide a cost savings
vin to the company.
Ethics Training is a seminar required
for all
to teach the
ed
d fo
ll employees
emplo
em
laboratory’s Statement of Values
examining
es by exami
exam ng how it translates to our
everyday jobs and ethical decision
cision making.
makin Topics discussed include:
Statement of Values, ethical
paradigms, and ethical decision making.
cal
al paradigm
paradigms
Mandatory ethics training
ing refresher
refreshe seminars are offered on an annual basis.
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Described below are some of the systems available too employees
employee to assist with
building quality and efficiency into their daily jobs.
bs. They stress a proactive
approach/environment to problem solving and to review
quality systems and
eview quali
qu
operational efficiencies.
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The laboratory has
as contracted with an Ethics Hotline to provide an
anonymous means
ethics concerns or issues. The issue is
eanss of reporting
repor
forwarded by the servic
service to the QA Director who will communicate internally
with thosee who
ho need to
t address the issue. All communication and actions are
documented
secure web interface managed by the hotline service
mented
ed in a se
company.
mpany.
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staff prepares monthly program status reports for management. The
The QA st
reports
ports include a variety of metrics which are used to evaluate trends in
laboratory performance across all quality and compliance areas. Management
responds to any negative trends by developing a corrective action plan.
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QA staff undergoes intensive training including how to perform internal
audits, review internal investigations for thorough root cause analysis and
corrective action and Eurofins seminars "Follow the Yellow Brick Road to
Quality Management" and "Top 10 Suggestions For Being A Better QAO".
Eurofins encourages collaboration between all US QAOs to share experience
and best practices to improve laboratory quality and efficiency.
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Operational Departments continuously monitor control charts to look for
trends and out-of-control situations. When an adverse trend or out-of-control
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condition is indicated on a control chart, the nature of the condition is used to
determine the type and extent of corrective action (if required). Corrective
actions can include, but are not limited to, instrument maintenance, replacing
a degrading standard or recalibrating an instrument that is showing repeated
problem.
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Specialized Analytical Methods
4.1
Microbiology Analysis
There are several critical elements for analysis of microbiological samples. The
department supervisor must have completed at minimum one college-level course
in which environmental microbiology was covered. Academic transcripts and
resumes are available upon request for the supervisor and analysts.
4.1.1
Standard Operating Procedures
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The operational room for microbiological analyses has sufficient storage and
bench-top space and is equipped with fluorescent lighting. It is separated from
other operational work areas and authorized personnel only
ly aare permitted in the
laboratory area.
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Necessary equipment is available to perform the analyses.
This includes
an
pH meter, balance, an incubator unit,
hot air oven,
u
un
ove colony counter,
conductivity meter, and an autoclave
disposal of microbiological
toclave
lave fforr disp
samples. Support equipment
available, such as culture dishes,
nt is also av
pipettes, culture tubes and
nd closures, iinoculating equipment, membrane
filtration equipment, sample
and glassware, and an ultraviolet
mple containers
conta
lamp. Specific care
maintenance of this equipment is detailed in the
re and
nd mainte
Standard Operating
ting
ing Procedures
Proced
Procedu (SOPs) for methods performed.
4.1.2
Record Maintenance
aintenance
tenance
Record
follows the normal procedures of Eurofins Spectrum
ord
d maintenance
mainten
maintena
Analytical
alytical Refer
R
Re to Sections 9.3 and 11.5 of this manual.
4.1.33
Temperature
Records
Temper
Tempe
Daily
Da records of the incubator are maintained for each day of use. The
temperature for the incubator is recorded from a thermometer immersed in
liquid and placed on a shelf. The temperature is recorded twice a day with
a minimum of four hours between each reading.
Refrigerators used to store samples, media and reagents are maintained at
a temperature range of 1qC to 5q.
4.1.3.1 Autoclave
The date, time, temperature and duration for each
sterilization cycle are recorded. A list of materials
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sterilized is maintained and initialed by the analyst who has
performed the work.
4.1.3.2 Incubators
The temperature of each incubator is recorded twice daily
with a minimum of four hours between each reading. The
temperature is documented in the appropriate logbook.
4.1.4 Laboratory Reagents and Chemicals
4.1.5
Laboratory Water
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Analytical reagent grade chemicals are used for all
analyses performed.
ll an
Procedures for receipt at the laboratory, labeling
g reagent
eagen bottles and
preparation of standards is detailed in Section
on 111 and the corresponding
c
SOP.
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Distilled water is prepared in the operational
ope
oper ional laboratory room and meets
the requirements for Type II water as ddefined by the ASTM. Water
quality is verified daily for conductivity
conductiv and monthly and annually for
suitability according to method requirements.
This is also referenced in
re
the method SOP. Reagent-grade
Reagent-grad
agent-grad water quality is monitored in accordance
with Standard Method 9020 B Inter-laboratory Quality Control
Guidelines.
4.1.6
Laboratory
Glassware
atoryy Glasswa
Glassw
Sterile
terile
rile samp
sample containers are commercially prepared. Glassware used
within the operational laboratory is cleaned according to method
requirements. Specific details can be found in the SOP.
require
requirem
4.1.7 M
Maintenance of Laboratory Instrumentation and Equipment - Please refer
to Section 11.3 and method specific SOPs.
4.1.8
Instrument Calibration Requirements - Please refer to Section 6.0 and
method specific SOPs.
4.1.9
Sample Collection, Preservation and Handling - Please refer to Section 5.0
and method specific SOPs.
4.1.10 Analytical Methodology – Methods performed are accepted and approved
by the EPA for the matrices and analytes of interest. These methods are
referenced in laboratory SOPs.
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4.1.11 Sterility of Rinse/Dilution Water and Sample Bottles
Preparation of sterile rinse water is detailed in the SOP. Sterilization is
checked using Tryptic Soy Broth. Each lot of sample containers received
for microbiology analyses is checked for sterility by selecting one
container. Containers are not used until satisfactory results are obtained
from the tested bottle.
4.1.12 Residue Testing of Glassware
4.1.12.1
Inhibitory Residue Test
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The cleaning process of glassware
are using a detergent or
similar product is checked to ensure
sure it is free
fre from toxic
material after rinsing based
d on
n the use of tthe Inhibitory
Residue Test as specified
ed by Standard Method section 9020
B (3), Inter-laboratory
Control
Guidelines,
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Co
Laboratory Supplies.
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Bromthymoll Blue Test
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Each batch
ch of clean glassware is tested for residual alkaline
or acid residue using
bromthymol blue indicator. If the
u
results
esults of the indicator test are not acceptable corrective
action is immediately
taken. Refer to Section 13.0 and/or
im
method SOP for corrective actions.
4.1.13 Microbiological
robiological
biologica Media – Quality Control Measures
Media is uused in the order that it is received. The date, type, amounts, and
is recorded for each media received by the laboratory. Media
date opened
ope
op
kept no longer than one year after opening and is stored in a dessicator.
is ke
kep
The media dispensing apparatus is checked for accuracy before each
sample batch analysis using a graduated cylinder. Accuracy is checked
again with each change in volume or periodically throughout extended
runs.
Documentation is kept for sterilization of all media, including analyst, lot
number, date, sterilization time and temperature and the final pH.
Water sources with known contaminants shall be used on each new lot of
medium to determine performance with previously acceptable medium.
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4.1.14 Miscellaneous Quality Control Measures
A minimum of one bottle per lot of sterilized sample containers supplied
with sodium thiosulfate is checked for residual chlorine using standards at
5 mg/l and 15 mg/l. The sodium thiosulfate tablet must be able to remove
both low and high levels of chlorine residual. If testing shows that sodium
thiosulfate inadequately removes the chlorine, the vendor will be
contacted and the lot will be rejected.
Heat sensitive tape is used along with a thermometer to verify stabilization
temperatures in the autoclave.
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Water baths are used to temper media. Please refer
SOP for cleaning
er to SO
procedures.
The optic and stage of the microscope is cleaned bef
before each use.
befo
4.1.15 Membrane Filter Procedure Quality
lity Control Specifics
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Documentation is kept to record
numbers and date of receipt for all
ecord
ord lot num
nu
membrane filters.
A sterility media check
heck
ck for each
eac filter unit is performed at the beginning
and end of eachh sample analysis
batch. If the control indicates
ana
anal
contamination
on all data for
f affected samples is rejected and an immediate
re-sample is requested.
requested
Verification
Filter Colonies – see method SOPs. E-Coli
fication
ation of Membrane
M
bacteria
for positive control and S. Epidermis is used for negative
acteria
teria are used
u
control.
Each analyst must prove method proficiency by analyzing quality control
samples yearly for known and unknown performance samples. Duplicate
sa
analyses are performed once per month per analyst on positive samples.
4.2
Air Analysis
Air analysis may be performed for various parameters using different methods
and instrumentation. The parameters that may be tested include volatile organic
compounds, air phase petroleum hydrocarbons, sulfur, fixed gases and metals.
The Air Department is run under the supervision of a well-experienced chemist.
Sources of samples can vary from residential or commercial locations, factories,
ambient air, stacks, soil vapor points, vapor extraction systems, landfills, and
other location where contamination is suspected.
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The volatile air laboratory instruments are comprised of two Agilent 5973 and
two Agilent 5975 mass spectrometers interfaced with an Entech 7100 preconcentrator and a 7016 autosampler. There is an inventory of over 200
passivated sampling canisters and 100 passivated flow regulators. Canisters are
cleaned by an Entech 3100 sixteen position cleaner that heats the cans to 100
degrees C during the process.
Metals are analyzed using a ICP and a modified microwave digestion procedure.
4.2.1
Standard Operating Procedures
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The two prominent gases used extensively are helium, used as a carrier gas, and.
liquid and vapor nitrogen, used frequently for instrument cool
coo down, flushing
systems and as a diluent gas. All gases are located in the
he storage
storag garage of
laboratory and plumbed into laboratory sections. The
laboratory also has a
he air laborator
labora
dedicated air handling system for AC and in laboratory
oratory
tory air filtration.
filtra
filtrat
All analytical procedures havee docum
documented
Standard Operating
ocum nted S
Procedures (SOPs). The SOPs
written
and updated as modifications to
OPs
Ps are writ
wri
the methods are accepted
performed.
d and perform
4.2.2 Record Maintenance
ce
Record maintenance
ntenance
nance follows
fo
follo the procedures outlined in Sections 9.3 and
11.5 of thiss manual.
4.2.3
Laboratory
oratory
atory Standards
Stan
Stand
Laboratory standards are purchased as certified standards at 1 PPMv. They
are then
the diluted to lower concentration using the Dynamic Diluter. The
mos common dilution is the internal standard to 50 PPBv, the calibration
most
gas to 50 PPBv and 10 PPBv and the quality control gas to 10 PPBv.
ga
Other standards for special analytical work such as formaldehyde or
haloethane are made from neat standards using the static dilution
(expansion flask) technique. It is then introduced into the sampling
container using the dynamic diluter.
4.2.4
Sample Containers
Sample may be collected in either passivated stainless steel canisters or
tedlar bags. Two size canisters are used; 3.2 liters and 6.0 liters. Both
canister and tedlar bags can be attached to the auto sampler for analysis.
Tedlar bags supplied by the laboratory are one-liter bags with a non-metal
fitting. Other size bags with different fittings may also be analyzed.
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Passivated stainless steel containers are coated with a polymer coating that
allows for the most inert surface possible (Normal summa canisters are
just stainless steel). The passivated process is either called Silcosteel or
Silonite. All canisters have vacuum gages attached to their valves for
monitoring the vacuum before, during and after sampling takes place.
Flow regulators, which attach to the canisters, can be set for sampling
from 0.5 hour through to a 1-week timeframe. These have also undergone
the passivating process.
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All canisters are cleaned after analysis and before reuse.
The can cleaner
reu
has sixteen positions and has the ability to heat thee cans
can to 100 degrees C.
The cans are attached to the cleaner, pressurized
izedd with N2
N aand heated.
After about one hour the can cleaner will evacuate
the cans
acuate and pressurize
p
three times using a roughing pump. After
a molecular drag
fter the third cycle,
ccy
pump is activated which will vacuum
m the can to < 50
5 militorr. It runs with
the molecular drag pump overnight.
the canister which
g After completion,
ght
comp
co
had the most contamination detected
is pressurized with
etected
cted during
d ring analysis
a
N2 and analyzed. All analytes
ytess must be below the detection limit for a
batch to be considered properly
If any analytes are above
roperly cleaned.
clean
detection limit then the
he whole batch
bat
batc is re-cleaned.
All flow controllers
by flowing N2 through them at 2-5 psi for
llers
lers are cleaned
clea
10 Minutes.
4.3
New Jersey Extractable
Hydrocarbon Method (NJ EPH)
xtractable
ctable Petroleum
Pet
P
The NJ EPH
analysis is conducted in the Semi-Volatile Department. Soil samples
H analys
are extracted
sonication utilizing method SW846 3545A and water samples are
xtracted
racted by so
extracted
Separatory Funnel Extraction utilizing method SW846 3510C. Both
racted by Se
S
soil and water
wat
wate samples are extracted using methylene chloride as the solvent and
1-chlorooctadecane
and ortho-terphenyl as extraction surrogates. All water
oo
samples and soil samples known to contain #2 fuel oil (2FO) are then analyzed by
GCFID. Soil samples of unknown contamination are solvent exchanged to
hexane. Fractionation surrogate, 2-bromonaphthalene and 2-fluorobiphenyl, are
added and the sample is fractionated through silica gel into aliphatic and aromatic
portions. The aliphatic is analyzed by GCFID. The aromatic is analyzed by
GCMS.
It is the clients’ responsibility to inform the lab if there is known 2FO
contamination in soil samples. If there is no communication, all soil samples will
undergo fractionation.
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Standard Operating Procedures
All analytical procedures have documented Standard Operating
Procedures (SOPs). The SOPs are written and updated as modifications to
the methods are accepted and performed.
4.3.2 Record Maintenance
Record maintenance follows the procedures outlined in Section 9.0 of this
manual.
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Analytical reagent grade chemicals are used forr all analy
analyses performed.
analyse
Procedures for receipt at the laboratory, labeling
abeling
eling reagent bottles and
preparation of standards are detailed inn Section 11 and
a the corresponding
SOP.
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Every NJ EPH batch contains
or less) contains the following
ntains (20 samples
sam
lab QC samples:
x
DFTPP everyy 12 hours
x
100ppb Continuing
Check (CCC)
ontinuing
ntinuing Calibration
Ca
x
Lab Solvent
Extract Blank
lvent
nt Extra
x
Lab Control
ntrol Spike
Spik (LCS)
x
Lab Control Spike
Dup (LCSD)
S
x
Silica-gel
Check
ilica-gel Fractionation
F
Matrix Spike (Aqueous if provided enough sample volume)
x
Duplicate
(Aqueous if provided enough sample volume)
x
Dup
4.3.5 Laboratory
Glassware
Lab
Glassware used within the operational laboratory is cleaned according to
method requirements. Specific details can be found in the SOP.
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4.3.6
Maintenance of Laboratory Instrumentation and Equipment - Please refer
to Section 11.3 and method specific SOPs.
4.3.7
Instrument Calibration Requirements - Please refer to Section 6.0 and
method specific SOPs.
4.3.8
Sample Collection, Preservation and Handling - Please refer to Section 5.0
and method specific SOPs.
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Analytical Methodology – NJ EPH Method performed is accepted and
approved by the NJ Department of Environmental Protection for the
matrices and analytes of interest. This method is referenced in laboratory
SOP.
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Sample Handling
The validity of a sample analyzed is, at best, only as good as the techniques used when
collecting and handling said samples. Proper sample collection, handling and
preservation techniques are imperative in order to impede the biological and chemical
transformations that occur once a sample is removed from its parent source. The
following summarizes steps taken to maintain sample validity.
5.1
Sample Containers
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Pre-cleaned “Class A” sample containers, as required by EPA and the TNI
Standards, are provided by the laboratory at no charge to the client via Eurofins
Spectrum Analytical’s online system or Sample Container
inerr Request
Requ Form (see
Req
Appendix D). Each shipment has available a certificate
analysis documenting
catee of anal
analys
that the glassware is reagent free for target compounds
analyses.
ounds
nds of environmental
enviro
The certificates of analysis are scanned, kept on file electron
electronically and backed up
electroni
by IT. Sample containers are purchased pre-preserved
-preserved
preserved fr
from the vendor or are
preserved and tested by lot as needed by the
th laboratory
laborato before being delivered.
Sample Acceptance Policy
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Eurofins Spectrum Analytical
al iss committed
committ to maintaining the integrity of all
samples submitted for laboratory
If there is any question or concern
oratory
tory analyses.
analy
regarding the integrity of a sample
sample, the Laboratory Director is notified and
immediate action is taken.
en.
All samples submitted
ubmitted
mitted must
mu
mus have durable labels attached to each container
identifying thee sample ID,
ID site location, and/or project number and the collection
date written
tten
n in indelible
inde
indelib ink. The ESA-MA employee receiving samples must
review
w the information
inform
informa
on the Chain of Custody for completeness and inspect all
the sample containers
to ensure proper labeling and sample integrity. Any
cont
con
corrections
ections to
t COC information must be made by using a single horizontal line to
strike through
the incorrect entry and they must initial and date the correction.
hro
The COC is then signed and the date and time of possession are recorded. The
duplicate copy of the COC is given to the client as documentation of receipt.
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical retains the original COC for the final client report
and laboratory files. Please see Appendix D for an example of the Chain of
Custody, sample label and Custody Seal.
The acceptance of any sample is based on the following criteria:
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Full and complete documentation, including sample collector’s name on
the COC
The identification of a sample container is not questionable or unidentifiable
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The sample collection date is within the holding time of analysis specified
There is sufficient sample
The sample is properly preserved and it is in the appropriate container
VOA vials do not contain air bubbles of sizes greater than 1% of the vial
volume
Please refer to Eurofins Spectrum Analytical’s website under Sampling for the
“Table Recommended Containers, Preservation, Storage & Holding Times” for
correct sample containers, preservation, and holding times.
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The Sample Department will contact clients in regards to any samples considered
to be of unsatisfactory condition. Documentation of this notification
will be
noti
attached to the COC for record keeping purposes.
Analysis of any samples deemed unsatisfactory willl be conducted
conducte
conduct only with client
approval and will be documented in the following
wing manner:
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The unsatisfactory condition willl bbe noted on th
the COC and supporting
documentation
The condition of the samples
received
es as receive
receiv in the laboratory will be noted on
the final report.
Sample Receipt Protocols
The following checks
performed upon laboratory receipt of samples:
ks are perfo
perform
(1)
Check the temperature
of samples:
temper
temperat
x
x
(2)
ESA-MA determines the temperature of samples.
A nota
notation of the temperature reading will be recorded on the Chain of
notat
Custody record along with a notation of how the samples were
Cu
Cust
rreceived (e.g: on ice, refrigerated, ambient).
re
Verify the integrity and condition of all sample containers:
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Check for leakage, cracked or broken closures or containers, evidence
of grossly contaminated container exteriors or shipping cooling
interiors, obvious odors, etc.
The VOC department does a check for air headspace or bubbles in
VOC containers and samples are qualified if detected.
Were cooler custody seals present? Were custody seals intact?
Any compromised conditions will be noted on the COC and supporting
Sample Integrity Form (See Appendix D).
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Verify COC information for completeness:
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(4)
Clients name in the Report To section
Site name and location
Sample identification, collection date, and matrix
Type and number of each sample container
Sample preservation
All requested analyses should be clearly indicated
The COC is relinquished by the sampler
Verify receipt of complete documentation on the labe
label for each sample
container:
Sample identification
Collection date and time
Site name and/or client project
ect
ct number
Verify that the sample information
for
o mation
ation on the
th label corresponds to the
sample information onn thee COC
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(5)
Verification of Sample Preservation
Field preservation of any samp
sample must be clearly documented on the COC.
Any preservation
onn should be performed in accordance with the tables
within this section.
ction
on.. Any
An sample preservations that are inadequate or not
performed
d by
y the sampler
samp are corrected prior to assigning samples to
laboratory
ory
y departments
departm
departme with the exceptions noted below.
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In order to maintain sample integrity and alleviate possible volatile
loss, sa
samples for the determination of Volatile Organic Compounds
wil be checked for pH and chlorine residual (EPA 524.2) after the
will
samples have been analyzed. The results will be documented in the
sa
appropriate logbook and the correct qualifier will be indicated on the
final report.
x
The pH will not be checked on any samples for microbiology testing.
All bacteria sample bottles are tested to insure that adequate
dechlorinating agents are present. This information is documented
along with the sterility of the containers.
x
The Inorganic Department will conduct any necessary pH adjustments
of samples for the determination of Trace Elements by ICP or ICP/MS
after sample filtration if necessary.
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Samples submitted for the petroleum hydrocarbon analysis such as
method 1664B will be checked by the analyst for pH. In the event that
the sample contains noticeable hydrocarbons, the Pasteur pipette will
be rinsed with the method solvent to insure that no hydrocarbons have
been inadvertently removed.
The Log-In Analyst will conduct all other laboratory preservation of
samples.
(6)
An aliquot is tested against litmus paper by touching a disposable
pipette to litmus paper to verify the samplee pH.
pH Litmus paper is
never inserted into the sample.
Evidentiary Samples
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Samples received with a legal Chainn of Custody are
ar logged-in in the same
manner as non-evidentiary samples,
exception that they are stored
les
e with the exc
in a secure location. Access is monitored
personnel. Sample
monitor
onito d by designated
d
movement is tracked by thee LIMS.
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical’s sample
IMS. Eur
disposal policy is not applicable
samples; clients are
plicable to evidentiary
ev
notified prior to storage
for direction to hold or dispose of
ge time expiration
expi
remaining samples.
must notify the laboratory that a sample must
s. Clients
lients mu
be handled under
err legal COC procedures prior to receipt. See the SOP for
Sample Documentation
umentation
entation aand Login for specific details.
(7)
Samplee Confirmatio
Confirmation
Email
onfirma
into the Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS),
Upon
on entry in
the sample receipt conditions are emailed to the client. Below is an
examp of information included in this notification.
example
The following outliness th
the condition of samples for the attached Chain of Custody upon receipt.
Were cooler custody seals present?
Answered Yes or No
Were custody seals intact?
Answered Yes, No or N/A
Were samples received at a temperature of ” 6°C?
Answered Yes or No
Were samples cooled on ice upon custody transfer to laboratory
representative?
Answered Yes or No
Were samples refrigerated upon custody transfer to laboratory
representative?
Answered Yes or No
Were sample containers received intact?
Answered Yes or No
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Were samples properly labeled (labels affixed to sample containers and Answered Yes or No
include sample ID, site location, and/or project number and the collection
date)?
Were samples accompanied by a Chain of Custody document?
Answered Yes or No
Does Chain of Custody document include proper, full, and complete
Answered Yes or No
documentation, which shall include sample ID, site location, and/or
project number, date and time of collection, collector's name,
preservation type, sample matrix and any special remarks concerning the
sample?
Answered Yes or No
Were samples received within method-specific holding times?
Answered
A
Yes or No
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Did sample container labels agree with Chain of Custody document?
Sample Tracking
Upon receipt of samples, the information listed
sted
ed on th
the Ch
Chain of Custody is
transferred into the Laboratory Information
ation
ion Manageme
Manage
Management System (LIMS). The
uential
tial laboratory
lab ato identification number for
computer then assigns a unique, sequential
quee identifier
identifie extension for each sample and
each Chain of Custody with a unique
hat there may
m be no confusion regarding the
container. In order to ensure that
nceforth identified
iid
identity of any sample, it is henceforth
as this number. A sequential log
ples
es received to assist in tracking purposes.
is maintained for all samples
5.5
Storage Conditionss
Samples are storedd in the receiving area refrigerator or freezer until sample log in
e. At this tim
is complete.
time, the Log-In analyst will properly label each sample
er with the uunique laboratory ID number and distribute them to the
container
opriate
priate operational
oper
opera
appropriate
department(s) after verifying sample integrity and
servation. Security within the facility is maintained at all times so that only
preservation.
rized ppersonnel have access to samples. The facility is equipped with a state
authorized
of the art alarm system. Important notes about storage are listed below:
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Laboratory refrigerator temperature is maintained at a temperature of
<6°C and not frozen; freezers are maintained at <-10oC. Refrigerator and
freezer temperature is monitored continuously with hourly readings by
electronic probe to ensure compliance with this guideline. Two
consecutive readings are taken at 6:00 AM and 6:30 AM and again at 7:00
PM and 7:30 PM. If the two consecutive readings are out of compliance, a
temperature exceedance alert is generated and corrective action is taken.
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Sample fractions, extracts, eluates, leachates, digestates, etc. are stored in
accordance to EPA guidelines as specified in the applicable method
utilized to prepare or analyze the sample.
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Samples and all sub-samples, sample fractions, extracts, eluates, leachates,
and digestates are stored separately from all standards, reagents, and
cleaning supplies.
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Samples to be analyzed for VOCs are stored in a separate refrigerator
specified for VOC samples only.
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Storage blanks are placed in all refrigerator and freezer
eez units that hold
VOC samples in both the sample login area andd VOC
C lab.
la The blanks are
appropriate to the type of samples being stored
Deionized Water
red (e.g. Dei
Deion
blank held in the low level VOC freezer) and
d are stored iin each unit for 14
days. At that point, they are removed, logged into th
the LIMS system and
analyzed for VOCs and GRO in a batch
necessary QC samples.
atc
tchh with all ne
The data is validated by the QA De
Department
artment and evaluated for any
potential laboratory contamination.
Detections
ation.
on. De
D
ection in a VOC storage blank
may result in qualification of that analyte
an
analy
aly in affected samples, narration,
client contact and/or maintenance
action to eliminate the source of the
ntenance ac
contamination. The QA Department
Departme will notify the VOC department and
Validation Team off detections
etections as necessary to coordinate any corrective
actions.
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Sample Disposal
All sampless are
re disposed
dispose of after 30 days unless otherwise specified for return to
the client.
t. Samples are
a kept refrigerated for 14 days. They are then removed
from the
boxed and labeled with the appropriate disposal date, and
he refrigerators,
refrigerat
keptt in the sample
samp staging area for the remaining 16 days. Sample fractions,
sam
extracts,
leachates, digestates, etc. are refrigerated for 40 days before
acts, eluates,
elua
elu
being disposed
of.
isp
The Sample Disposal Technician, under the supervision of the Health & Safety
manager, is responsible for all sample disposals. All samples and sub-samples are
disposed of in a manner consistent with all applicable federal, state, and local
regulations and in accordance with Eurofins Spectrum Analytical’s Chemical
Hygiene Plan, available upon request.
International soils are disposed of in accordance with the United States
Department of Agriculture (USDA) soil permit requirements, as indicated in the
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical’s International Soil Disposal SOP. International
soil samples are kept in a locked refrigerator for a minimum of 14 days. They are
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then removed under the supervision of the Health & Safety manager into a lock
box located near the refrigerator. After 30 days from receipt, the soil samples are
moved to a locked disposal storage cabinet for the Microbiology department to
autoclave prior to disposal. When the samples are removed from the locked
disposal storage cabinet, the analyst enters the IDs into a logbook identified as the
International Soil Sterilization Record. This record includes the sample ID and
the date and time of sterilization.
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Calibration Procedures and Frequency
Laboratory equipment and instrumentation must be calibrated at periodic intervals as
outlined by governing agencies, applicable methodology, and/or by the manufacturer’s
recommendations. The nature and frequency of such checks are summarized in each
applicable SOP. All calibrations are traceable to primary standards of measurement.
Where the concept of traceability of measurement to primary standards is not applicable,
the laboratory provides evidence of correlation or accuracy of test results. The laboratory
maintains appropriate records of all calibrations, instrument tunes, and in-service checks
of instruments and other equipment.
6.1
Equipment Calibration Information
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Each operational department keeps a maintenance logbook for each
ach instrument to track
routine maintenance due to instrument malfunction and/or troubleshooting.
The
ubleshoot
eshoo
Department Manager and the QA Department review these maintenance
aintenanc logbooks
l
periodically.
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Measurement devices, such as balances
thermometers,
are verified using
es and th
rmom
standards whose calibrations are traceable
aceable
ble too the
th
t National Institute of Standards
Traceability (NIST). A certificate
calibration is generated by the certifying
ate of the cal
agency and maintained on our
Balance calibrations are verified daily
ur network. B
using S-Grade, Ultra Classs weights
and independently on an annual basis through
eights an
by an ISO accredited vendor.
thermometers are substantiated
endor. All refrigerator
rre
annually against the laboratory’s
boratory NIST certified thermometer. The NIST
thermometer and reference
are verified and certification is renewed on an
erence weights
we
annual basis byy ann ISO accredited
vendor.
acc
ac
Instrument
Calibration Information
nt Calibrat
Calibratio
General
information for laboratory instrumentation is listed in Tables
neral calibration
calibra
calibr
6.1-6.4
Appendix E. For specific information regarding calibration procedures,
6.4 in Ap
A
please refer
ref to laboratory SOPs.
6.3
Standard Traceability, Preparation and Handling
All standards used for calibrations are either ISO certified or certified by the
supplier through analysis with EPA certified or NIST traceable weights and
measurements.
The commercially prepared stock standards require dilution to the working
concentration. Comparing the new working level concentration against the
previously prepared lot checks the accuracy of the dilution. The preparation of
working standards may be tracked through the LIMS and Standard Preparation
Logbook by date of preparation and/or assigned ID. The analyst preparing the
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working standard records the weight/volume, concentration and vendor lot
number of stock standards used, the type of solvent used, his or her initials, the
date of preparation and the date of expiration. The vendor reference codes may
be cross-referenced to a separate inventory logbook that lists all neat or stock
standards received by the laboratory, the date of receipt, vendor, and lot number.
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New volatile working standards are prepared from these stocks each week. Semivolatile stock standards are prepared every seven weeks and working level
standards are prepared every four to six weeks, depending on the laboratory
consumption rate. Pesticide stock standards are prepared yearly; working level
standards are prepared every two to four weeks, depending on the laboratory
consumption rate. Alachlor standard stocks are also prepared
ared yearly, with working
level standards prepared approximately every two to three
hreee months,
mon
mont but not to
exceed six months.
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Standard Operating Procedures and Test Methods
Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) have been created in accordance with EPA
approved methods and state developed methods, such as the MA DEP EPH/VPH and NJ
TPH methodology. For procedures that do not have specific method references, Eurofins
Spectrum Analytical has developed and tested the procedures followed and then created
the corresponding SOP. Eurofins Spectrum Analytical reserves the right to designate
select SOPs containing technical knowledge of methods and technology as proprietary
information. Complete copies of proprietary SOPs are not provided outside of the lab.
Copies of the cover page may be provided if clients require evidence an SOP is in place.
Standard Operating Procedure Development
Modification
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Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) are in place within each department
in the
depa
laboratory for each method and/or procedure performed. They
designed to outline the
y are
re de
desi
procedures to be followed for the applicable method or administrative
function. The
ministrative
istrative ffun
Master List of all SOPs is maintained and kept within thee QA Department.
Departm
Departme A copy of the
SOP Master List, current at the time of this revision of this QA Ma
Manual is located in
Manu
Appendix F. An updated copy is available upon request.
quest.
ue
It is the QA department’s responsibility
updates in SOPs due to change
nsibility to initiate
in
in protocols, EPA and state method
modifications, state regulatory agency
thod modi
correspondence, method cancellations
cellations or new methods. Included in each SOP are
references for the method
performed. Each operational department reviews SOPs
od performe
at the beginning of the
he calenda
calendar yyear for possible revision and on an as needed
basis through the restt of the year.
Comments on possible modification or revision
y
are due to the QA
A Manager
Manag within one month. SOP revision consists of the
following steps:
teps:
s:
A.
The Laboratory
Director, QA Manager or Department Manager will assess
Labora
Labor
the
need to update, revise, or create a SOP. In all cases a standardized
he nee
form must be completed stating the name of the SOP and the
modifications
that wish to be made or the reason for creating a new SOP.
mo
The form must also explain why this is occurring; i.e. method changes,
internal procedure changes, or new instrumentation. This form is kept on
file within the QA Department. See Appendix F for example of SOP
Modification Form.
If the form originates from the Laboratory Director or QA Manager, it is
given to the Department Manager. The Manager must then modify or
develop the applicable SOP and return it to the QA Manager for review
within the designated timeframe.
If the form originates from the Department Manager, it must be given to
the QA Manager for evaluation. The QA Manager and Laboratory
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Director will either approve or deny the request. When approved, the
Department Manager must complete the modification or development
within the designated timeframe and return the SOP to the QA Manager
for approval. When denied, the form is kept on file by the QA
Department.
The Laboratory Director will conduct the final review of the SOP revision
for approval and implementation. The SOP must include the date of
revision and be signed and dated by the analyst or manager that has
created or modified the document, secondary reviewer and the Laboratory
Director. The date of implementation is the date the SOP is signed by the
Laboratory Director.
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Once finalized, a controlled copy is uploadedd inn the SOP program
and
p
assigned to the applicable analyst(s). All assigned
signed personnel
person must
immediately read and sign the updated
d SOP. The SO
SOP program maintains
a record in the Compliance Grid of who read eac
each SOP revision and when.
The QA Manager uploads and assigns
copy and
s s the controlled
sig
contro
co
immediately inactivates the old
revision.. Old SOP revisions are archived
d revis
revisio
electronically. The changess made to the
th SOP are documented in the
Revisions section of eachh SOP.
Updates to Eurofins
ns Spectrum
pectrum Analytical Comprehensive Quality
Assurance Manual
performed. Changes are documented in
ual are similarly
simil
simi
the Revisionss section.
a new revision is finalized and signed by
ection. Once
On
O
senior management,
all laboratory personnel are notified that the QAM
nagement,
gement, al
has been
en updated. The
T QAM is uploaded into the SOP program. All SAI
personnel
to read the sections that apply to them and signonnel
nel are instructed
ins
in
off
ff in the SOP
SO program attesting that they have read, understand and agree
to abide by the requirements detailed in the QAM. This acknowledgment
retained
within the SOP program.
iss retain
retai
7.2
Documentation
of SOPs
men
The QA department maintains the original SOPs electronically in a folder on the
network with restricted access. The current revision is uploaded into the lab’s
SOP program and all applicable personnel are assigned the SOP to read. An
automatic email is sent to the assigned personnel and the department
management to alert them that an SOP has been assigned to them to read. An
individual may review the SOP and acknowledge that they have read and
understood the document through the program. In addition, the program
maintains a record of who has or has not read an assigned SOP, if any pages
from the SOP have been posted in the lab, the date of the last annual review and
will notify the user when the next annual review is due. It is the responsibility of
the QA department to update SOPs in the program when a new revision is
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created and replace any posted pages with the updated version. Only the most
current revision of each SOP is available to personnel at any time.
When modifications are made, the revision number must be changed to reflect
this. SOPs are numbered sequentially.
SOPs must be kept within the laboratory unless the Laboratory Director gives
permission for them to be taken off the premises.
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SOPs are available to clients upon request and are marked as an ‘Uncontrolled
Copy’. The QA department is not responsible for collecting ‘Uncontrolled
Copies’ when a revision is made.
All of the SOPs are copied onto a 4.7GB DVD. One
ne copy is kept
kkep in fire-resistant
safe and another copy is stored off-site. The DVD
VD is updated with
w each new
SOP or modification.
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Experienced analysts perform testt methods. T
The complete procedure, including
standard preparation, extraction/digestion,
preparation, instrumentation
n/digestion, sample
s
used, calculations, and data interpretatio
interpretation/validation
is documented in Standard
terpretatio
Operating Procedures (SOPs).
copy of the current method is
OPs).
s). An electronic
ele
maintained on our network
work and the
th SOP Master List references the version
currently used for eachh method.
metho When a method version is changed, the outdated copy is removed
moved
ved from tthe network by the QA department and replaced
with the updated
ted version.
version In this way, the departments will only have access to
the current method
revision.
ethod revi
rev
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Internal Quality Control Checks
The analytical and quality control requirements for each sample are performed via
the Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS). The LIMS is
accessible from any workstation. A system of specific analysis codes is used to
schedule the appropriate analytical procedures and the QC samples required to be
processed with each batch of samples.
8.1
Laboratory Quality Control Samples
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Various quality control (QC) procedures are associated with the methods run
by the laboratory. These procedures are defined in the laboratory
SOP for
bora
each method. The type and frequency of QC samples are specified
spec
specif by
methods and detailed in each SOP. Such methods include
Organic and
nclude
ude CLP O
Inorganic SOW methods, Test Methods for the Evaluation
luation of So
Solid Waste
(SW-846, most current update), Standard Methods
hods for the Examination
E
of
Water and Waste, ASTM or methodologies as listed in the
t Federal Register
(40 CFR Part 136 and 141, most current uupdate)
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All quality control checks meet thee minimum requirements
r
outlined below.
A.
ollow
ow the min
The laboratory will follow
minimum quality control
requirements specified
ified
d by each method.
B.
In the event thatt no quality
qua
qualit control requirements are listed in the method,
or if the method
hod quality
qualit control requirements are less stringent than
those listed
istedd below,
below the laboratory will follow the minimum guidelines:
1..
2.
3.
4.
55.
6.
8.2
meth
metho
method reagent blanks
mat
ma
matrix spikes
qquality control check samples
quality control check standards
duplicates or matrix spike duplicates
surrogates
Method Detection Limits/Reporting Limits/LOD Verification/LOQ
Described here are ESA-MA’s policies for the determination of MDLs, RLs,
LOD and LOQ. For specific details, please refer to our SOP for MDL/LOD/LOQ
and the analytical SOPs. These documents are available upon request. The
Method Detection Limit (MDL) also known as the Limit of Detection (LOD) is
defined as “the minimum concentration of a substance that can be measured and
reported with 99% confidence that the analyte concentration is greater than zero”
and is determined from analysis of a minimum of seven prepared blank spikes.
Method detection limits are determined according to procedures given in 40 CFR
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Part 136, Appendix B. http://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/textidx?SID=2bad19ea8d6db04e2c8f7666ddb00943&node=ap40.23.136_17.b&rgn=
div9 MDL studies are performed during method validation studies to establish a
base value. Updates to the MDL on all instruments/methods will be performed
every twelve months by carrying out a new study or by completion of a Limit of
Detection (LOD) Verification analysis. MDL updates are also done when new
instruments are put on-line, if the configuration of the instrumentation is
significantly changed, or if the sample preparation method is modified.
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Limit of Detection (LOD) Verification is defined as an estimate of the minimum
amount of a substance that an analytical process can reliably detect. An LOD
verification is analyte, matrix, extraction and instrument spec
specific and may be
laboratory dependent. ESA-MA uses the concentrationn off the Detection
Check
D
Standard (DCS) for the LOD verification. The LOD
D verification
erification must
m be spiked at
a concentration no more than 3 times the MDL for
or single analyte
analyt tests, no more
than 4 times the MDL for multiple analyte tests
ts and no greater
greate than the RL. LOD
grea
verifications are analyzed either quarterly orr annually, ddep
depending on the
accrediting agency’s requirements.
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Limit of Quantitation (LOQ) is defined
minimum levels, concentrations, or
fined
ed as the m
quantities of a target variable (e.g.,
that can be reported with a
.g., target analyte)
an
specified degree of confidence
lowest concentration that produces a
ce or the low
quantitative result within specified
cified limits
lim of precision and bias. For DoD projects,
the LOQ shall be set at or above th
the concentration of the lowest initial calibration
standard. ESA-MA defines
= RL. A minimum of four consecutive
fines the LOQ
L
replicates are analyzed
concentration of the lowest initial calibration standard;
lyzed
ed at a co
however, LOQ
analyzed as high as 2 times the reporting limit. LOQs are
Q may
ay be ana
analyzed either
therr quarter
quarterly or annually, depending on the accrediting agency’s
requirements.
ments.
ts.
In general, the llowest value ESA-MA may use, (for non-DOD) as a reporting
limitt is the m
method detection limit. However, because the MDL as defined above
is known
wn to allow the reporting of false negatives, ESA-MA generally uses a
value that is greater than the MDL. For organic and general chemistry tests, a
standard at the reporting limit is generally included in the initial calibration. For
metals tests, the reporting limit is a set value greater than the MDL (ideally three
to five times the MDL). If samples are analyzed for compliance with regulatory
programs that have requirements for reporting limits that are greater than normal
reporting limits, the reporting limit may be adjusted up to the regulatory limit.
The MDL based on the above discussion, are dynamic values, which are expected
to vary as a result of the periodic detection limit studies. The reporting limit is a
static value (as a general rule) with the flexibility to be adjusted to meet project
requirements provided that it is not lower than the most recently determined
MDL. Although standard policies may be set for determination of normal report
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limits, the specific report limit for each target must be reconsidered for every
sample by viewing the applicable analytical data.
Detection and reporting limits are adjusted to reflect dilutions, reductions in the
initial aliquot of sample prepared (due to limited volume/mass of original sample
or reduction in volume/mass prepared based on knowledge of the sample) or in
the case of soil samples, moisture content (unless directed otherwise by the client,
e.g., DoD). Dilutions are required to analyze samples within instrument or
calibration constraints, and the presence of moisture in soil samples always results
in increased limits.
Sample Dilution Policy
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When possible, based on in-house screening results andd physical
of
physica characteristics
c
the sample/sample extract, samples are analyzed without
thout dilution
dilutio to achieve the
lowest reporting limits feasible for the methodd requested. Data
Da from in-house
D
screening is not performed with all method required
equired QA/QC
QA
QA/Q and therefore is not
reported. If screen data and/or physical characteristics
ch acterist
acteristics note
n significant
concentrations of target compounds may
y be ppresent
sent tthe original analytical run is
performed at a dilution.
Additional runs are performed
ed if over or uunder dilutions are initially performed on
a client sample. The analytical
ytical
al run with
wi
wit the lowest reporting limit is included in
the final report and multiple
may be reported if target compounds exceed the
ltiple
tiple runs m
instrument calibration
the original run.
on range in th
Samples containing
that exceed the instrument calibration
ining
ng target compounds
c
range generally
rallyy cannot bbe analyzed with a lower dilution factor, however
depending
sample matrix, target compound and final concentration, and
ng on the sa
sam
method
odd requested additional runs can sometimes be attempted. Please contact
your
ur laborator
laboratory representative on the feasibility of this deviation for a specific
project
sample location.
ect or sa
sam
8.4
Selectivity
All data is thoroughly checked by the analyst and the manager for each
department. Unusual or inconsistent results are confirmed either by running a
duplicate or by other procedures specific to each method. These procedures are
listed in the method SOPs. Also contained in the method SOPs are the acceptance
criteria for calibration and mass spectral tuning.
8.5
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Before using any method, an initial demonstration of capability must be
completed successfully. This includes MDL/LOD studies, IDC studies, and any
other procedures specific to each method.
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Control Charts
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Control charts are a useful tool when monitoring the quality system within the
lab. Spike recoveries are plotted on quality control charts on a continuous basis
as a means of ascertaining whether an out-of-control condition is a result of
systematic or random (statistical) error. Eurofins Spectrum Analytical has a
Control Chart program that automatically searches the LIMs for trending
analytes. It emails the department when any analyte is trending
± 5% of the
end
acceptance range. A minimum of 30 data points are used
sedd to gen
ggenerate the charts
and also show standard deviation, the mean, 2S andd 3S
S lower and
a upper limits
for review. Data points will only be excluded when
henn there is a sc
sscientifically valid
reason to do so. Department managers, or their
will review the control
eir designee, w
wil
chart for trending and out-of-control situations.
ions.
ons. When an out-of-control condition
is indicated on a control chart, the nature
is used to determine
ree off the condition
conditi
con
the type and extent of corrective action
on (if required).
rre uired) An explanation for each
out-of-control data point will be documented
umented into the control chart program.
Corrective actions can include, but are not llimited to, instrument maintenance,
replacing a degrading standard
an instrument that is showing
ard
d or recalibrating
recalib
repeated problem. Statistically
ically
ly based limits will only be applied when the control
limit range is at least ass tight as the
th appropriate regulated or EPA-approved
method-specified range.
ange.
ge. See tthe analytical SOP for specific details.
Upper and Lower
owerr Contr
Control Warning Limits = 2 sigma
Upper and Lower Control
Limits = 3 Sigma (used for in-house limits)
ontrol Lim
Where:
e:
y = each individual value used to calculate the mean
Cy = the mean of n values
n = the total number of values
8.7
Estimation of Uncertainty
Estimation of Uncertainty consists of the sum (combining the components) of the
uncertainties of the numerous steps of the analytical process, including, but not
limited to: sample plan variability, spatial and temporal sample variation, sample
heterogeneity, calibration/calibration check variability, extraction variability and
weighing variability.
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Estimation of Uncertainty in Measurements (Laboratory portion) shall be
provided to clients upon request. Calculation of this uncertainty estimation may
be done using the “Quality Control-based nested approach Uncertainty
Spreadsheet” (DoD Navy Document). For those analyses that do not include all
the QC types needed to use the nested approach (i.e. various Inorganic analyses),
the standard deviation of 20 LCS points may be multiplied by a factor of 2 to
achieve the uncertainty estimation.
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Data Reduction, Validation, Reporting and Records
9.1
Data Reduction and Validation
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Data generated from the analyses of samples is reduced according to
protocols outlined in each operational department’s SOPs and the SOP for
Departmental Validation Procedures. Each data reduction process for each
laboratory is slightly different, but all follow a similar core procedure. The
instrument operator first reviews the data generated at the instrument. This
includes review of raw data and verification of all method and project
specific QC requirements. In addition, the operator is responsible
for adding
on
data flag qualifiers and a notation on the bench sheet off any unusual
un
unu
situations or observations. The operator has a varietyy off data and
an format
f
checker programs to aid in review. The data is uploaded
from
loaded
aded automatically
automat
automa
the instrument to a Laboratory Information Management
System
(LIMS).
anagement Syst
Sy
Data undergoes 100% review by the analystt and 100% validation
by the
vvali
manager. The final validation is done by the
Director, or their
t Laboratory
Labora
designee, who reviews the data for overall
erall
all qu
qquality/administrative
lity/ad
it /
completeness and signs off on the report.
samples undergo
t. All llaboratory
la
this procedure. In addition, clients
request data deliverable packages are
nts
ts that reque
subject to the review detailed inn section 10
10.3.
1
No results may be released
sed in any form
ffo unless the work has undergone the
validation proceduress ass describe
described
below, up to and including, the team
descri
validation step. The transmissions
of any results subsequent to final
transmis
transmiss
validation are identified
dentified
ntified as a draft or are qualified by the following
statement: ‘Please
Note:
ease Not
Note Data contained within this report has undergone
primary validation
idation but
bu may be subject to change pending final validation
and QC
C review.’
Dataa validation
occurs at each step during sample processing.
validati
valida
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Sample integrity is documented in Sample Reception (i.e. containers,
preservation, and temperature). All criteria listed on the Sample Integrity
Form is documented and initialed by Sample Department personnel.
x
Once the information has been logged into the LIMS, another member of the
Sample Department verifies the information entered into the LIMS against the
Chain of Custody. This step insures that all information, including collection
date and time, matrix, preservation, due dates and special instructions have
been entered into the LIMS system correctly. The Quality Services Deputy
Director oversees this process.
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Each analyst verifies the information on the sample container against the
bench sheet or applicable backlog. The analyst must initial the bench sheet,
indicating that the sample information has been noted and is correct and that
the method hold-times have been met. In addition, the analyst is indicating
that method guidelines have been met and that quality control is within
criteria. Other items checked include the data file upload, result accuracy,
dilutions, surrogates, and, if applicable, sample qualifiers. Electronic
signatures may be used to denote analyst review of raw data. Access to
electronic employee signatures is controlled by employee ID and password.
An electronic signature is considered equivalent to a hand-written signature.
Once data is entered and reviewed in the LIMS the status
atus is updated to analyst
reviewed.
x
The Department Manager or Assistant Manager
ger will validat
validate the batch for
quality control/quality assurance, accuracy,
y,, data consist
consisten
consistency and proper use of
applicable data qualifiers. Each work order
rder
der will be checked
cche
to ensure that
regulatory limits have been met. In addition
will verify that only
ad ition
tion the Manager
Man
requested compounds are reportable
that the proper results have
ble and ensure
nsure th
been selected. The Manager orr Assistant
will sign the bench sheet
istant Manager
M
indicating this review has been
een
en conducted and update the status of the samples
to Validated in the LIMS.
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The Quality Servicee Departmen
Department will check all information on the report for
accuracy against thee chain of custody. Once again, the data listed on the chain
of custody will
ll bee compared
compare
compar to the information logged into the LIMS. All
special requests
method detection limits, specific methods and special
uests
ts (i.e. me
sample requirements
requirements)
uiremen will be checked against the final report. In addition, the
Quality
will verify that all forms (i.e. state report forms,
ty Service Department
D
VPH,
PH, CAM or RCP forms) are accurately completed and attached to the final
report.
Thee L
La
Laboratory Director, or their designee, will review the final report for
overall data quality and consistency. The Laboratory Director will sign all
reports and pertinent forms. In the Laboratory Director’s absence, authorized
senior management will review and initial the report with the Laboratory
Director’s electronic signature. Higher management has access to only their
own electronic signature on the network for signing electronic documents.
Authorized senior management has access to the laboratory director’s
signature solely to sign lab reports in their absence. The status of the samples
will then be updated in the LIMS to Reported.
Each step in the data reduction and validation procedure can be tracked
through the audit trail in the LIMS.
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Report Format and Contents
The results of each analysis are provided in a report and include all of the
following information.
Name and address of laboratory
x
Each laboratory report is uniquely identified by the work order
number, and the date and time of report issue. The pages of each
laboratory report are identified as the number of the total report pages.
x
Name and address of client, project name and contact
act perso
person
ers
x
Identification of the samples including client sample
mple identific
identif
identification
x
Date and time of sample receipt and sample
mple
ple collection
collectio (if needed for
analysis with a holding time of 48 hours
u or less)
x
Date of sample preparation/extraction
raction
on and analysis
l
x
x
x
x
x
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Identification of test methods
ods
ds used
Sample and/or analyte
yte qualifier
qualifiers
Correct reporting
ingg units (i.e
(i.e. ug/L, mg/Kg, mg/Kg dry, ppbv, etc.)
Method MRL
RL (adju
(adjusted
(adjust for dilution factors and/or, if necessary, %
solids)
s)
Identification of all analyses supplied by subcontracted laboratories
Identificat
Identificatio
A listing
i ti of current laboratory certification is maintained in the LIMS.
istin
This information is pulled through onto the laboratory report in the
form of a checkmark in the certification column on the laboratory
report. A checkmark denotes the laboratory was currently certified for
the analysis/analyte at the time of analysis.
x
The signature and title of the person accepting responsibility for the
content of the laboratory report
x
A statement that the laboratory report shall not be reproduced except
in full, without the written approval of the laboratory
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The transmission of any tests results, in any form, including electronic,
will be within the guidelines described within this section and section 1.2
to insure that confidentiality is preserved.
Amendments made to any analytical report after issue is made only in the
form of a further document, which includes the statement “Revised
Report”.
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Drinking water samples submitted for total coliform analyses that show a
positive presence are confirmed for E.coli. Clients are notified
immediately by both telephone and, if applicable, facsimile
le oor e-mail, to
notify them of the positive result. They are informed too not use
us water from
the sample source until disinfection and confirmation
n for negati
negative coliform
has been performed.
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Clients are also notified via facsimile or e-mail
National
mail
ail of all Na
Natio Primary Drinking
Water Exceedances or results that identifyy the
of regulated
hee presence
prese
microbiological organisms in Potable Water.
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical will
Water Eurofin
E
ensure Potable Water samples of the
he following:
following
lowing
x
x
x
x
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Upon obtaining valid sample
ample data,
data Eurofins Spectrum Analytical will
notify its clients off thee results of
o all samples that exceed any EPA or
MADEP-established
maximum contaminant level (MCL), maximum
ished
shed maxim
residual disinfectant
nfectant
ctant lev
level or reportable concentration, or that identify the
presence of regulated
microbiological organisms in potable water. The
egulated m
notification
clearly indicate that a regulatory limit has been exceeded.
ation
n will cle
The date,
te, time, and
a manner of notification will be documented and kept on
file
le with
th the lab.
la
Spectrum Analytical will notify its client public water systems of
Eurofins Sp
the results
resu of all samples that exceed a regulatory limit. Data indicating an
res
exceedance of a regulatory limit will be validated and the validated data
exce
excee
reported as soon as possible, not to exceed 24 hours after the completion of
rep
sample analysis. This includes non-regular business days. Notification will
be given within 24 hours of the completion of the analysis of the sample
whether or not the sample was subcontracted to another laboratory.
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical Subcontract Work Orders will identify, in
writing, those samples needing special reports (e.g., MCL exceedance) and
date results are needed by. See section 15.1 for a full description of our
Subcontract Work Order procedures.
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical will make every effort to ensure that
analytical data, analyzed for the purpose of determining regulatory
compliance, are reported in a timely manner to meet their clients’ reporting
requirements. Regulatory compliance samples subcontracted to Eurofins
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Spectrum Analytical from another laboratory will be reported to the client
laboratory within the timeline pre-arranged by the two laboratories.
Laboratory reports for finished drinking water samples note the maximum
contaminant level, maximum residual disinfectant level, secondary maximum
contamination level and/or Massachusetts Office of Research and Standards
Guidelines (ORSG). See
www.mass.gov/eea/agencies/massdep/water/drinking/standards/standards-andguidelines-for-drinking-water-contaminants.html for additional information.
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Records and Document Control
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Chains of Custody forms, bench sheets, hand-writtenn logs
ogs and other
ooth
original documentation are scanned and saved electronically
ectronically
onically for easy
access. All original, hardcopy records are physically
sically archive
archived for a
minimum of five years, per Eurofins Environment
onment
nment Testing
Testi US policy.
Electronic files are backed up by the IT de
department.
Data that has been
artment.
rtment. Dat
archived (i.e. no longer in direct possession
department) is
ession
ion oof th
the applicable
app
controlled by the IT department or senior
management. Laboratory
or mana
man
personnel may view electronically
lly
ly archived ddata via a searchable, read-only
archive. Direct access to electronically
archived data that involves moving
tronically
onically arc
or restoring files is restricted
ed to IT only and documented by an access log.
Access to physically archived
hardcopy data is restricted to authorized
chived hard
hardc
senior management and docum
documented
documen by an access log.
All sample dataa produced
roduced is written to the file server. This data backed up
onto magnetic
tic tape dail
daily and remains on the file server for a two month
time period.
which, the files are backed up onto 4.7 GB DVD-R
od. After wh
discs monthly as de
defined in the SOP for Laboratory Computers.
One copy oof each monthly backup disc is stored in the IT Department at the Silver
Street faci
The other copy is stored in a fireproof cabinet by the Laboratory
ffacility.
i
Director at the Almgren Drive facility. The discs are kept for a period of ten
years. The IT Manager is responsible for all data archiving, maintenance and
retrieval.
All instructional materials posted within the laboratory space are subject to
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical’s document control system. A controlled copy of
the document is issued by the Quality Assurance department and a record of the
document name, any relevant page numbers, the issue date and its location is
maintained. Posted instructions are reviewed by the applicable department on an
annual basis for accuracy. Posted materials that are not instructional in nature are
exempt from the document control policy. Examples of exempt materials include
non-instructional posters, regulatory limits, notes regarding sample preparation
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status such as what time a step will be completed, reminders not related to an
analysis such as to check that doors are closed, current lot numbers of reagents in
use and instrument out-of-service signs. Postings of an instructional nature would
include excerpts from SOPs, checklists, calculations, method criteria, reminders
that apply to an analysis such as how long a leachate sample may rotate, logbooks
and emails with directions how to handle a sample or project. ESA-MA personnel
may consult the QA department with any questions if a document is instructional
in nature.
9.4
Transfer of Records
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In the event Eurofins Spectrum Analytical (Agawam, MA Divi
Division)
changes
Div
ownership or closes, the transfer of ownership of client
be required.
entt records would
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If Eurofins Spectrum Analytical transfers the ownership of the laboratory to a new
owner, ESA-MA would expect that record retention
etention would
wou be negotiated and
made part of any purchase contract, and that
would maintain all
t t the new company
com
required NELAP and other certifying agency
The responsibility
ency documentation.
ocume
for maintenance, control, storage and
nd eventual
ventual disposal at the end of the
appropriate time period, of all records,
client data and QA/QC files, will
ecords,
cords, including
includ
transfer to the new owners. Since
nce NELAP and other agency certification would
likely be one of the attractive
ive aspects oof the laboratory to a purchaser, it is
unlikely that a new owner
ner
er would nnot
no want to maintain the appropriate records and
certifications. In the event
ent a ne
new owner did not want to maintain past records,
Eurofins Spectrum
m Analytical would notify all clients and make these records
available to them
reasonable
fee. Clients would be given a minimum of 30
em for a reas
reaso
days to determine
documents
are needed or not.
rmine
mine if docu
do
In the event Eurofins
Eurofi Spectrum Analytical decides to cease operations, clients will
be notified prior
pri to the cessation of operations and their files/records will be made
available
lable to tthem for a reasonable fee. Clients would be given a minimum of 30
days to determine
if documents are needed or not. If the client determines they do
d
de
not want to maintain the records, these will be disposed of properly.
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Performance and System Audits
Both the internal and external audits are conducted regularly to maintain the quality
objectives of the laboratory, to develop analysts’ proficiency and to evaluate management
performance. Internal audits are conducted throughout the year and managed by the QA
Manager. External audits are initiated by clients in the form of spiked samples or by
other outside agencies through proficiency tests and on-site assessments.
10.1
External Performance Audits
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Eurofins Spectrum Analytical performs all necessary external
rna audits to meet
NELAP, DoD and State certification requirements. On occasion
sio external
performance audits are in the form of Proficiency evaluation
valuation
uation samples
sa
samp submitted
by clients as regular samples. In addition we perform
scheduled
form
m the following
followi
follow
performance studies:
Air (AE), Water Supply (WS), Water Pollution
ion
on (WP)
(WP and
an Soil/Hazardous waste
studies are performed twice a year as indicated
indicate
dicat in
i the
t TNI Standards. In order
that we may report multiple methods,
ds, Eurofins
urofin Spectrum Analytical uses an
approved commercial vendor forr all chemica
chemical PT studies.
Microbiological PT studiess are
performed for the New York Environmental
re perform
Laboratory Approval Program.
rogram. In aaddition, an approved commercial vendor is
used to meet the criteria
Department of Environmental
eriaa of the Massachusetts
M
Protection.
All PTs are treated
ated in the
th same manner as client samples, including being logged
into our LIMS,
assigned to staff, analyzed and reported. PT reports are submitted
MS, assign
to our various accrediting
agencies within 21 days of the study closing. Any
accr
Unacceptable
acceptable PT results are investigated for the cause and a detailed corrective
action
root cause analysis is presented, as required by the TNI Standards and
on with ro
the DoD
QSM. Upon completion of the follow-up audit and within 30 days of the
DQ
final study report being issued, copies of all PT corrective action reports are
forwarded to our accrediting agencies as required.
10.2
External System Audits
State certification officers, other laboratories, and potential clients regularly audit
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical. Any state that ESA-MA holds certification in or is
currently obtaining certification from is eligible to conduct an audit at any time
during normal business hours. Notification of a scheduled audit is requested to
ensure that staff is available.
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Each department manager and the QA Manager record deficiencies noted during
an audit. Corrections are made to comply with the regulations. Upon receiving
the results of any audit, a meeting of all department managers is arranged to
discuss the results. Unsatisfactory results are addressed and corrective actions
presented. Any modifications that were initiated due to the audit are finalized as
part of the new QA/QC procedure and are included as a revision to the
appropriate SOP. This ensures compliance with the agency-mandated
regulations.
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Internal Performance Audits
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The QA Department conducts an annual Internal Audit accordin
according
to a schedule
ord
issued at the beginning to the year. Any changes to the schedule must
m be
documented along with the reason why. The Internal
ernal
al Audit reviews
rev
revie all aspects of
our quality system from sample pick up through
analytical process.
gh the entire aana
Audits are conducted in addition to the dailyy QA procedures.
procedure Audits reflect
proced
laboratory performance under normal operating
This review may
e ting
ing conditions.
con
conditio
include the analysis of blind samples. Blind
lind ssamples
mples
l submitted for the audit are
prepared by the QA Department or purchased
hased tthrough an approved vendor. The
samples are logged in under a fictitious
ctitious client.
clien The Laboratory Director and QA
Department are the only personnel
onnel
nnel aware of the audit samples. The QA
Department compiles all data
submits an audit report to the Laboratory
ata and subm
Director. If requested, the Laborat
Laboratory Director and/or the QA Manager will hold a
Laborato
meeting with the department
to discuss the results and any corrective
partment
ment managers
man
m
actions that may be necessary.
necessary The results and any necessary corrective action
reports are thenn filed
led with tthe
th QA Department. The QA Department itself is
audited by a third
hird party to
t ensure impartiality. This audit covers documents
control, corrective
actions and their effectiveness, review of data packages for
rective act
completeness
eteness and aaccuracy, and compliance with regulatory agencies and internal
policies.
icies.
In addition
ti to the annual Internal Audit, Observational Audits are performed on a
tion
regular basis. Each month, the QA Department selects an analysis from each
operational department for review. The auditor observes the analyst performing
the analysis to ensure they are following all steps in accordance with the SOP and
method. The results and any necessary corrective action reports are then filed with
the QA Department.
In depth laboratory performance monitoring is also done on a continual basis by
the review of data deliverable packages. ESA-MA routinely provides these
packages to clients, which includes Sample Receipt Documentation, CLP-like
summary forms, copies of instrument calibrations, raw Batch QC and sample
data, standards preparation sheets, analytical run logs, laboratory bench sheets and
a case narrative. At a minimum, 10% of all level 4 data deliverable packages are
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thoroughly reviewed for technical completeness and accuracy. Packages are
prepared by the analysts, reviewed by the departments and reviewed again by the
QA manager or a designee from sample receipt to the final report. The Quality
Assurance department monitors that method requirements are being strictly
followed. Any QC failures, deviations or analysis issues are thoroughly
documented in the case narrative and noted by the QA department.
A client question regarding their results will prompt an investigation by the QA
department. Clients are informed of the results of the investigation and if their
data is affected in any way. If a quality issue is detected, a corrective action is
presented and the client is notified within three business days
ay or sooner.
Internal System Audits
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10.4
The Managerial Team conducts internal system
of once per
m audits a minimum
minim
min
year to ensure that all departments are operating
ating
ting accurately
accurat and observing all QA
requirements. The following items are verified
during an
e fied
ed duri
a internal system audit:
x
x
x
x
x
x
Standard Operating Procedures beingg followed
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Computer system/networkk archival done
do on schedule
LIMS is inspected too ensure the integrity of electronic data
Chemical hygiene/safety
iene/safety
e/safety ppractices being followed
Sample handling/stor
handling/storage/disposal
ndling/st
practices followed
Logbooks
ogbooks
gbooks reco
recorded and stored in correct manner
Gas stor
storage and inventory kept according to internal policy
stora
Department managers are apprised of any deficiencies in their department
detected during the internal system audit. These are recorded and discussed at the
next management team meeting. Corrective Action Reports issued for Internal
Systems Audit deficiencies are documented and filed with the QA Department.
10.5
Management Review
Results of both internal and external audits are verified by the QA Manager and
submitted to the Laboratory Director for final review. Any data that falls outside
established acceptance criteria results in an investigation. The outcome of the
investigation, along with suggested corrective actions, is documented and
submitted to the Laboratory Director for review and final action. A follow-up
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audit is done afterwards to ensure that the corrective action has been implemented
and is effective. A response indicating corrective actions to be taken may be
required when errors or deviations are found in proficiency tests or during
laboratory audits. Reports generated in response to external audits will address
any problems found and the corrective actions to be taken. These will then be
submitted to the agency conducting the audit, if applicable, and all appropriate
laboratory departments for implementation.
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On an annual basis all Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) are reviewed by
departmental management and modified as necessary for continuing suitability
and effectiveness. Method SOPs are compared to the method
hod being performed
upon annual review. The outcome and corrective actions
ns from
om aall internal audits
and assessments from external bodies are included inn a Memo tto tthe laboratory
director. The resulting corrective actions are reviewed
annually to
ewed
ed at a minimum
mini
minim
ensure they are being enforced. The following items are rec
recorded and addressed
recor
weekly in the Weekly Performance Meeting:
clients, complaints,
g: feedback from
f
changes in the volume & type of work undertaken,
staffing and
d rtaken,
taken, resources,
resou
r
training. All departmental managers are
reviewed
re revi
revie
wedd on the QA activities of their
department within their annual performance
The objective here is to
formance
ance review.
re
continually improve the effectiveness
eness of the management system.
The laboratory director in conjunction
njunction with the QA staff, taking the following
factors into account, prepares
epares an ann
an
annual Management Review:
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Suitabilityy off SOPs, po
policies and procedures;
Reportss from
weekly performance meetings, internal audits and
om weekl
week
departments
manager’s
updates
artments
ments ma
man
feedback and complaints;
Clients
ents feedba
feed
Reports from
ffro external audits;
Corrective Action Reports
Correc
Correct
PT rresults;
Changes in volume and type of work;
C
Recommendations for improvement;
Other relevant factors such as quality control activities, resources and staff
training;
The Annual Management Review report will be discussed at a meeting with the
Laboratory President, Director, QA manager, corporate President and corporate
QA Director. Action items from the Management Review are recorded and
addressed within an agreed upon time frame. If any actions are not completed
within that time frame, the reason for an extension will be documented.
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Facilities, Equipment, Reagents, and Preventative Maintenance
ESA-MA utilizes two state-of-the-art facilities in Massachusetts that include high-tech
instrumentation and data processing equipment for organic, inorganic, wet chemistry,
microbiology and mixed waste. All electronic data is controlled by ESA-MA’s
Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS). Laboratory personnel access the
LIMS database via individual usernames and passwords at computer terminals located
throughout the facility.
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After hours access to the building is restricted to authorized personnel only. The burglar
and fire alarms are monitored by an outside security agency, which will contact the
appropriate laboratory personnel and local agencies in the event of an emergency. Each
employee has a personal identification code for after-hour entry
ry and exit
exi
ex through the main
entrance.
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The heating and cooling environmental controls activate
deactivate automatically to
ate and deactiva
deacti
maintain temperature control in each of the separatee building zones.
zo
zone All temperature
critical equipment, such as refrigerators, freezers,
instrumentation,
s, iincubators,
cubators, analytical
cubators
an
and ovens are monitored regularly to ensure proper
temperature. All
per and
aand consistent
cons
refrigerators, freezers, incubators and select
ct ovens are monitored by electronic probe
thermometer 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
readings are recorded hourly
eek. Temperature
Temper
with two consecutive readings recorded
ded
d at 6:00 & 6:30 AM and at 7:00 & 7:30 PM to
monitor performance. If either of the two cons
consecutive AM or PM readings are outside the
acceptance limits, an email alert
rtt is sent to uupper management to ensure that any needed
service is conducted promptly.
hours (evenings, weekends, holidays),
tly. During unstaffed
un
temperature exceedances will
ll trigger a phone alert system that texts assigned personnel
who will come in to address
ddress
ess any out
ou of control situations. Readings are documented in the
laboratory’s Temperature
Probe Program; specific details can be found in the laboratory’s
erature
ture Prob
SOP. Electronic probes
quarterly against a NIST certified thermometer.
obes are calibrated
c
Each operational
(volatile, semivolatile, inorganic, wet chemistry,
tional department
depart
depa
microbiological)
ical) has
ha separate rooms, which are equipped with fume hoods, chemical
storage cabinets,
s and all required safety equipment.
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical’s management team is dedicated to providing a healthy and
safe working environment for all employees and visitors by taking all necessary measures
to achieve and maintain compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration
(OSHA) standards. The OSHA Hazard Communication SOP and a complete Health and
Safety Plan is available upon request.
11.1
Laboratory Facilities
11.1.1 11 Almgren Drive – Agawam, MA
This building consists of approximately 12,000 square feet utilized by the Sample Login,
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Semivolatile, Inorganic, Wet Chemistry and Microbiology Departments, in addition to a
training center and cafeteria. For security reasons, floor plans may only be viewed onsite.
11.1.2 830 Silver Street – Agawam, MA
11.1.2.1
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A 10,000 square-foot building, located at 830 Silver Street, Agawam,
houses the following departments: all administrative offices to include:
Laboratory Director, Marketing, Quality Service Department, Quality
Assurance, Accounting, IT Departments and two state-of-the-art
laboratories; namely the Volatile Organic Department and Air Division.
This building is 1500 feet from our 11 Almgren Drive location. For
security reasons, floor plans may only be viewed onsite.
onsi The following
description indicates the square footage of the twoo operational
ope
opera
departments at this location.
Volatile Organic (VOC)) Department
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An area consistingg of
o 1,037 sq
square
squar feet houses a new stateof-the-art VOC
C Labora
Laboratory.
abor ry. This
Th area has counter tops,
hoods, proper
er ventilation
ventilatio and assigned cubicles for
analyst’s data processing.
process
11.1.2.2
Air Laboratory
boratory
An area consisting
co
of 610 square feet houses a new stateof-the-art Air Laboratory. This area has counter tops,
of-the-a
proper ventilation, explicit piping for the instrumentation
pro
prop
aand cubicles for analyst’s data processing.
an
11.2
Laboratory
Reagent Storage
atory
tory Reagen
Laboratory
oratory rreagents are stored according to the chemical hygiene plan (available
upon request).
All storage areas are properly ventilated and meet all safety
qu
guidelines. All reagents are labeled with the date received. See Table 11.1 in
Appendix G.
11.3
Equipment and Reference Materials
Records are kept for each piece of equipment in the laboratory. Logbooks are
kept for each instrument to document maintenance performed. Detailed records
are kept by the administration, which include such information as serial numbers;
dates received and date placed in service. All laboratory logbooks (both hardcopy
and electronic) are peer reviewed for completeness, accuracy, proper format and
documentation of corrections on a periodic basis.
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Please refer to the specific analytical SOP for hardware maintenance and
troubleshooting and the IT SOPs for software maintenance.
11.4
Documentation and Labeling of Standards and Reagents
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Standards and reagents are entered into the LIMS and printed upon receipt.
Recorded are vendor name, date of receipt, expiration date, and lot number. The
standard pages can be retrieved from the LIMS. In addition all certificates of
analysis received from vendors are scanned into the LIMS with the associated
unique standard/reagent ID assigned by the LIMS. Reagents are kept in their
original containers whenever possible. If transferred, they are put into clearly
labeled containers and marked with name of reagent/standard,
dard date received, date
opened, lot number, concentration, and expiration date..
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All standards and/or reagents used for calibrationn are
re either ISO certified or
certified by the supplier through analysis with EPA certified oor NIST traceable
weights and measurements. The commercially
require
ally
lly prepared standards
st
dilution to the working concentration. Comparing
Co paring th
Com
the nnew working level
concentration against the previously prepared
checks the accuracy of the
pare lot
ot che
dilution. The preparation of working
standards may be tracked through the
ng standard
Standard Preparation Logbook by date of pr
preparation. The analyst preparing the
working standard records thee weights, vo
volumes, concentrations, vendor lot
number of neat standards, type
pe of solvent
solv used, initials, date of preparation and
date of expiration. Thee vendor refe
reference codes may be cross-referenced to the
logbook/LIMS that listss receipt oof all standards and reagents received into the
laboratory.
Working level
are prepared weekly. Semi- volatile stock
vel volatile standards
s
standardss are
prepared every seven weeks and working level standards are
re prepa
prepare
prepared
red
ed every four
fou to six weeks, as needed. Pesticide stock standards are
prepared
pared yearly
yearl and working level standards are prepared every two to four
weeks,
needed. Alachlor stock standards are prepared yearly and working
ks, as nne
standards
ds prepared approximately every two to three months.
11.5
Computers and Electronic Data Requirements
ESA-MA’s data is managed by a laboratory information management system
(LIMS) called Element DataSystem, produced by Promium. It manages the data
for all samples being processed by the lab, and operates on a Microsoft SQL
Server.
The LIMS is an all-inclusive data management system for the lab. Each sample is
logged into the system upon receipt, and the LIMS tracks its progress as it travels
throughout the lab. Backlog reports, QA/QC data reporting, data import from the
instruments and final client reports is all possible using the LIMS. A detailed
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instruction manual on its use and operation is available in the IT Department.
Clients would be notified of any software updates or changes to the LIMS
configuration that could adversely affect their electronic data.
The LIMS also features configurable user rights and privileges, which protect data
from accidental damage by an employee. Each employee is given only rights to
the portions of the program that they need to complete their job. This ensures that
no employee can change or manipulate data that they do not have the
responsibility to change.
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Internet access is made available exclusively to administrative personnel for
research purposes. This research may consist of access too the DEP, other
regulatory agencies, or instrument manufacturers. Internet
access also allows for
ernet
et acc
acce
e-mail communication with clients, and allows ESA-MA
A-MA
MA to serve
serv their website on
an in-house server.
In addition to hard copies, clients with email
receive final reports and
il access can re
Electronic Data Deliverable (EDDs) in a vvariety
electronic file formats. These
iety of eelec
include Microsoft Access, Excel, Word,
rd, PDF,
PDF and simple
sim text. These files are
automatically generated by the LIMS.
may request EDDs in customized
MS.. Clients m
formats. The IT Department reviews
specialized EDD formats and tests the
views specia
deliverables using data and format
ormat
mat checkers
checke to ensure accuracy. Example EDDs
may be sent for client approval
roval
al prior to implementation.
Raw data created byy thee instruments
instrum
instrume is organized by month and stored on the file
server. Each month,
Department is responsible for archiving one month’s
nth, the IT D
worth of data as part of the
th backup procedure. All data produced within the last
two months remains
mains on the file server at any given time.
All vital
tal
al computer data is backed up nightly to both onsite and removable media.
Thiss includes al
all data from the LIMS database, file server, accounting software
database,
base, and
an web server.
11.6
Preventive Maintenance
The operational condition of instruments is one of the keys to successful
completion of analytical tasks. ESA-MA commitment to instrument maintenance
assures clients that equipment will be available to generate the required data
Each department has their own contingency plan as well as backup
instrumentation, which virtually eliminates downtime. In order to prevent any
possible cross contamination, instruments that are dedicated to volatile compound
detection are physically separated from all other laboratory departments.
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Preventive maintenance as well as major instrument repairs can be accomplished
on site. An in-house stock of critical spare parts allows for complete and rapid
repair. ESA-MA maintains service agreements with instrument manufacturers to
further assure the operational viability of all in-house equipment. In case of major
equipment failure, approved subcontractor laboratories are available to perform
analyses on short notice.
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The hardware tunes and calibration of the instruments are documented in the
instrument logbooks kept in each area. If an instrument fails tuning or calibration
criteria, hardware adjustments and/or appropriate maintenance is performed and
documented. The analyst repeats the tune and calibration attempt. If the second
attempt is successful, this is noted in the sequence logbook
ok and
an sample analysis
may proceed. Sample analyses may not proceed without
out an acceptable
acc
ac
calibration.
Qualified senior analysts perform routine preventive
adeptly as part
ventive maintenance
mainten
mainte
of the training program. A vendor-provided
the proper use of
d manual outlining
out
outlin
each instrument is maintained within thee ooperational
department. Included in
erational
rationa de
these manuals are procedures for calibrating
performing preventive and
brating
ating aand
d perf
routine maintenance.
Preventive maintenance checks
services required for all instrumentation may
ckss and servi
be found in the specific SOP.
log books and service records are
OP. Maintenance
Mainten
maintained permanentlyy in each de
department.
dep
Ancillary equipment,
ment,, balance
balance, ovens, refrigerators, etc. are monitored and
maintained on a daily basis
bas to assure operational readiness.
11.7
Inspection/Acceptance
Requirements for Supplies and Consumables
on/Acceptanc
Accepta
Chemical
are ordered and received from various vendors and are
emical standards
stand
stan
examined
for damage or missing ampules. Each standard is individually logged
mined fo
into the LIMS
indicating the date received, vendor, product name, lot number and
L
expiration date. All packaging slips are also initialed for accuracy and maintained
with the accounting department. The Certificate of Analyses is scanned into the
LIMS and attached to the assigned Standard ID number. The Material Safety Data
Sheets (MSDS) are then given to the Health and Safety Manager and filed in a
binder for right-to-know purposes. All chemicals used within the laboratory (such
as methylene chloride, hexane, etc.) are checked for damage and missing items
and are then released to the manager of the department for their use.
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Routine Procedures Used to Evaluate Data Quality
Acceptance criteria used are established within the specific method, or by Eurofins
Spectrum Analytical’s QA Department. Eurofins Spectrum Analytical may establish
acceptance criteria for any method performed that does not have recommended
acceptance ranges. If QC data falls outside the acceptance range the information is
documented and the QC standard must be rerun to verify that all data analyzed is valid.
Quality control samples used to verify the data include method blanks, laboratory control
spikes, calibration check samples, matrix spikes, matrix spike duplicates, and field
duplicates. See Table 12.1 in Appendix H for Concentration Levels
els for QC Samples.
Method Blanks
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A method blanks is prepared at the frequency specified by tthe reference method.
The purpose of the method blank is to ensure
reagents,
ree that the glassware,
glass
gl
standards, and personnel or sample preparation
environment do not introduce
a ion
on envi
environm
contaminants. For volatile analyses ann instrument
blank is analyzed during each
instru
nstr mentt bla
sample set to confirm that contaminants
nants are not
no being introduced by components
of the instrumentation or the analytical
laboratory. See Table 12.2 in Appendix H
alytical
lytical labor
for QC Frequency of Method Blanks.
Laboratory Control Samples,, Blank Spi
Spikes,
Spik Standard Reference Material and
Calibration Checks
Most Laboratory
samples are analyzed at a continuing frequency
ry control sa
equivalent to
o 5%
% of the ssamples of the analytical set (i.e., one every twenty
samples).. The
he data is reviewed and entered into the LIMS as part of the QA
procedure.
dure. See Table
Tab 12.3 in Appendix H for the QC Spike Frequency.
A calibration
alibratio check sample is analyzed with each batch of samples. The check
alibration
sample is
i compared to the original curve and the relative percent deviation is
calculated.
12.3
Surrogate Recoveries
Minimums of three surrogate standards are added to each organic sample
requiring GC/MS analysis for volatile and acid/base neutral compounds. Samples
are fortified prior to extraction, purging, and digestion or distillation. For
pesticide analysis, at least one surrogate is added to each sample. Inorganic and
organic matrix spikes and LCS spikes are similarly fortified with spike standard
solutions containing target analytes of interest. The recovery of these standards is
quantitatively measured during analysis, and historical records of the percent
recovery for each sample are maintained in the control chart database. Surrogate
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and spike compound recoveries must meet acceptance criteria before the
analytical data will be reported and released. In some instances the sample matrix
may produce interference, which adversely affects recoveries. Surrogate recovery
interference must be confirmed by preparing and analyzing the sample again for
confirmation. When a matrix spike test fails spike recovery criteria, the LCS
must be analyzed. If the LCS analysis fails, the batch must be reprocessed; if it
passes, the matrix effect is confirmed and a QA notice qualifies the affected data.
Depending on the type of discrepancy identified, corrective action may involve
reporting the data as is with a laboratory qualifying notice. When an analyte does
not meet criteria for RPD in inorganic duplicates, a data qualifying flag
accompanies the analyte result in accordance with the CLP
P rreporting convention.
Matrix Spikes and Matrix Spike Duplicates (MS/MSD)
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At least one sample from a set of samples (or 5%, whichever
whicheve is
i greater) of a
similar matrix will be prepared and analyzedd by a specific
See Table 12.4
specif method.
m
in Appendix H for MS/MSD Spike QC Frequency.
quency.
uency.
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At least one sample in a set withh a similar matrix will be selected and analyzed in
duplicate. Field duplicatess are
when
re run wh
whe provided by the client. See Table 12.5 in
Appendix H for Duplicate
ate QC Frequency.
Frequ
Freq
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Corrective Actions
Conditions that adversely affect the quality of analyses are classified as either isolated
conditions or systematic conditions. A third condition is referred to as a bias or random
error. The corrective actions implemented are determined by this classification. Random
errors are unavoidable circumstances, which are reflected in the unpredictable
fluctuations that occur during analytical sequences.
Corrective action procedures are also referred to in each method specific SOP. Due to
specifics of methodologies, the corrective actions for quality control issues for
microbiology are detailed in the SOPs.
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Most isolated conditions are identified during routine data validation,
and are
vval
restricted to single samples, batches, or dataa reports. Da
Data validation includes
surrogate and spike standard recoveries, relative
e ative
tive per
percent differences between
duplicates, internal standard response variatio
variations,
ariat s, and method blank
contamination. If the quality control
acceptance
ol acceptanc
ceptan criteria are exceeded, the
corrective action is limited to thee affected sample
sam or batch. (See Tables 13.1
through 13.4 in Appendix I)
Systematic Conditions
Systematic conditions
adversely affect entire analytical systems, projects, data
ions
ns adverse
integrity, sample
le integrity, security and safety. These assessments are made by
the Laboratory
ory
y Director
Directo or QA Manager during review of summary QA/QC
reports orr during
internal or external audit. An unacceptable result on a
uring an in
Performance
(PE) study or internal blind study may also be an
mance Evaluation
Evalu
indication
problem. The following is a list of other sources of
ication of a systematic
s
systematic
ematic conditions:
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Variations in temperature on successive days in a sample storage refrigerator
x
Unsatisfactory spike recoveries on multiple laboratory control samples
x
Glassware, sample or standard storage contamination
x
A noncompliance with SOP
x
Deviations in documentation or procedures
x
Obliterations, write-overs, or other improperly corrected data
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Expired standards in the refrigerator
x
Open or unlabeled waste containers
x
Inadequate hood velocity
x
Recurring, inconsistent conditions observed on control charts
x
Unsatisfactory internal quality checks for positive and negative controls for
microbiological analysis
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The systematic conditions are documented and corrective
actions
are initiated.
ve action
cti
This indicates who is responsible for correcting the problem,
cause of the
oblem, the
th root
r
problem, what action is taken, and a date for implementation.
lementation.
mentation. IIf client data is
affected, all applicable clients are notified within
hin three business
busi
busine days or sooner
from the discovery of the issue. The noncompliance
mpliance
pliance issue
issu is
i closed once
laboratory management has determined that all corrective
corre
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For failed proficiency test results managers
gers are
ar responsible for determining why
the parameter failed and, if necessary,
revised procedures to ensure
ssary, implementing
implem
the error does not occur again.
n. In the case of analyst error, the managers must
document specific details andd may have
hav the analyst repeat precision and accuracy
and initial demonstration
capability studies.
onn of capabili
capabi
Any changes to approved
actions developed to address findings during
pproved
oved corrective
corr
DoD assessments
nts must be aapproved by DoD accreditation body.
13.3
Instrument
nt Checks
hecks
Initial
ial calibration
calibratio verifications (ICV) are analyzed after the initial calibration and
calibrat
prepared
pared fro
from a source different than used for initial calibration. An acceptable
ICV must
ustt be obtained before sample analysis can begin. They verify the accuracy
of the calibration. If the percent recoveries of the known analytes do not meet the
method or ESA-MA’s internal QC requirements, the following procedures are
implemented:
x
Locate and correct source of the problem
x
Reanalyze the ICV
x
Recalibrate the system
System and solvent blanks are run before any samples to ensure that the system is
functioning properly. This also ensures the system is free of contaminants. If the
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blank fails, another will be run. If the blank fails a second time, the following
corrective actions will be taken:
A notation will be made in the sequence logbook
x
Check the reagent blank for background/cross contamination
x
Check deionized water for contamination
x
Check/prepare new internal standards
x
Use fresh solvents
x
Rinse syringes using appropriate solvent
For purge and trap systems:
x
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Clean spargers/tubes
For GC systems:
x
x
Bake the column
Clean and bake
ke injector
injectors and detectors
ng calibration
calibratio check (CCC) standards are run after the blank. They verify
Continuing
ecision of the system and also validate the continuing calibration of the
the precision
method.
recoveries of the known analytes do not meet the method
thod. If the percent
p
or ESA-MA’s
SA-MA internal QC requirements, the following procedures are
SA-MA’
implemented:
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Check if quantitation procedures are properly followed (i.e., retention times,
peak areas, response factors, internal standard references)
x
Rerun QC standard from the same batch to determine if the problem was
because of the analyst’s performance or instrument malfunction
x
Run a fresh QC from a different standard to verify the calibration
x
Recalibrate the system
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The Laboratory Director and Quality Assurance Manager have the right to deviate
from documented Standard Operating Procedures. This may occur when the
normal corrective action procedures are not followed due to the type of analysis
or clients needs. All deviations are noted on bench sheets for record keeping
purposes. An example of when this may occur is if a client is trying to determine
field-type qualitative data rather than quantitative results. These deviations are
documented and the client is notified of laboratory procedures prior to data being
released. All associated work orders are narrated in the final report.
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Review of Requests, Tenders and Contracts
All proposed plans for new work are directed to the Quality Assurance Manager, the plan
is then reviewed in its entirety. The plan is broken down to the appropriate management
staff to ensure that the requirements of the plan can be attained.
Distribution of project plan among Management Team.
Quality Assurance Manager reviews that all required certifications and quality
controls can be met. The Quality Assurance Manager also reviews any
necessary Quality Assurance Manuals and certifications
ns from subcontract
laboratories.
x
The Laboratory Director, Operational Support
rt Manager and Department
Manager reviews the organic requirementss to ensure tha
that instrumentation,
personnel, methods, analyte lists and detection
tection
ection limits
limit can
c be met. The
Laboratory Director, Operational Support
p rtt Manager
pp
Manag and Department Manager
determine and initiate any calibrations,
standards,
tions,
ns, ssta
dards MDL studies and
proficiency testing if necessary.
y. Iff project data
d quality limits are not specified,
current laboratory reporting limits will bbe applied.
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The Laboratory Director
Department Manager reviews the inorganic
tor and Depa
requirements to ensure
personnel, methods, analyte lists
sure
ure that instrumentation,
instr
inst
and detection limits
met. The Laboratory Director and Department
mitss can be m
Manager determine
any calibrations, standards, MDL studies and
rmine
ine and initiate
in
proficiencyy testing
necessary.
sting if ne
x
Laboratory
Director
oratory
tory Dire
Direc assesses the number of samples and analyses to determine
ann appropriate
appropria turn around time sufficient to the required quality control
parameters of the project. The Laboratory Director and Courier Manager also
oversee
pickup and glassware requests for new projects.
versee sample
s
x
Deputy Director of Quality Services reviews any reporting formats or
electronic data deliverable (EDD) necessary for the project and provides
pricing to the client. If changes are necessary from our standard format, the
Deputy Director of Quality Services will coordinate with the IT Manager to
make the changes. The Deputy Director of Quality Services reviews all
analyses for sub-contract. The sub-contract laboratory certifications and
Quality Assurance Manual are verified at this time and updated if necessary.
See Section 15 for Laboratory Sub-Contract procedures.
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Results of Review.
a. Based on the final review of the Management Team, the client is notified of
any potential conflicts, deficiencies, lack of appropriate accreditation status or
any other inability to meet the client’s request. This notification will occur in
writing or by telephone. Once conflicts have been resolved, final agreements
will be documented in writing. The Laboratory Director makes the final
decision for work to commence.
b. If all project requirements can be accomplished, the Laboratory Director
makes the final decision for work to commence.
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c. If a contract needs to be amended after work has commenced,
ommence either by the
client or by changes within the laboratory, thee same
me contract
contrac review process
shall be repeated and any amendments shall
to all affected
ll be communicated
commun
communic
personnel.
a. The Quality Assurance Manager
ager maintains
maintain records of review and Quality
Assurance Project Plans.
b. All other documentss are held w
within the office of the Laboratory Director.
wi
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Subcontracting and Support Services and Supplies
15.1
Subcontracting Laboratory Services
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Any analyses not performed by Eurofins Spectrum Analytical will be sent only to
an approved subcontract laboratory certified for the analysis. This includes
ensuring that the subcontracted laboratory holds the appropriate certification,
when certifiable, for the type of samples; for example: DoD, ISO or NELAP
accreditation. The selection of subcontractors is approved upon evaluation
conducted by the Laboratory Director, Quality Assurance and Quality Service
Departments in order to ensure quality, deliverable, and service.
When a new
erv
subcontract laboratory is selected, Quality Services enters
ers the
he sub
su lab’s
information into LIMS but leave the status inactive until
documentation is
il all doc
docum
received. The Quality Assurance Department initiates
iates
es a request to
t the sub lab for
all the required documentation. Upon receipt off the sub lab’s
lab’ ccertification and
Quality Assurance Manual (if applicable), the
Department makes the sub lab
hee QA Departm
Depa
active in LIMS. The Quality Assurance Department
requests that subcontract
e artment requ
laboratories submit updated certifications
Quality Assurance Manuals
ons
ns and
an revised
i
(if applicable) on an annual basis. See ESA-MA’s
SOP for Subcontracted
ESA-MA
ESA-M
Analyses for details.
Upon designating analysess to be subco
subcontracted a Subcontract Work Order is
generated through the LIMS.
Subcontract Work Order identifying the receiving
IMS. A Sub
Su
laboratory, site location,
project number, laboratory sample id, collection
ion,, client pr
date and time, number
type of sample containers, preservation, due date and
mber
er and typ
the subcontracted
ted analyses will accompany every sample. Any special reporting
requests, such
forms, Data Deliverable packages, MCL
ch as State reporting
re
exceedance
nce reports or project specific/regulatory reporting limits will be
highlighted
ghted in the ccomment section of the Subcontract Work Order. The following
information
subcontracted analyses is kept on file:
ormation regarding
rega
re
x
x
x
A copy
opy of the subcontract laboratory’s certification
A copy of the subcontract laboratory’s Quality Assurance Manual (if
applicable)
A copy of the subcontract laboratory report including the Chain of Custody
document.
A notation of any subcontracted analysis is documented on the final laboratory
report provided by Eurofins Spectrum Analytical.
15.2
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Eurofins Spectrum Analytical utilizes only reputable service technicians and
vendors whose services meet the internal standards of quality. A listing of all
support services and suppliers are kept on file and are available for review.
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Eurofins Spectrum Analytical Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual Revisions
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Revised March 2017
x Section 1.2: Quality Policy Statement – Updated with current Eurofins Quality
Statement.
x Section 1.2.3: Team Alliance Strategy and Community Support – Removed entire text
and renumbered subsequent sections.
x Section 2.1: Organizational Structure – Christina White made Laboratory Director and
removed Technical Director position. Added Senior Operations Director position and
description of responsibilities. Added onsite supervision of Silver St lab to President’s
responsibilities.
x Section 2.3: Quality Assurance Managerial Organization – Updated
type and frequency
pdated
ted typ
ty
of meetings.
x Section 2.4: List of Key Personnel and Positions – Christina
made Laboratory
stina
na White mad
Director and removed Technical Director position. Added
Operations Director.
dded Senior O
Op
Changed Lab Manager to Operational Support Manager
included
responsibilities.
nager
ager and in
inclu
x Section 5.6: Sample Disposal – Changed disposal
from 60 to 30 days.
sal
al timeframe
t mefram
meframe fr
x Section 8.2: Method Detection Limits/Reporting
rting
g Limits/LOD
Lim
Limi /LO Verification/LOQ –
Removed text “For DOD projects, the requirement
quirement
rement is that the LOQ be equal to or no
greater than 3 times the LOD verification
ion and that
tha the
t lowest calibration standard
determines the LOQ.”. Updated LOD
OD and LOQ spiking criteria.
x Section 9.1: Data Reduction and Validation
alidation – Updated validation procedure to note
managers update sample status
Analyst
us from Analy
Anal Review to Validated. Removed Validation
Team step.
x Section 9.2: Report Format
– Added sample preparation/extraction
mat
at and Contents
Co
Con
date/time are included
reports. Added detailed requirements when reporting
d onn lab rep
repo
drinking water samples
exceedances.
mples
es with eex
x Section 9.3: Records
Document Control – Updated record archive policy to match
ecords
rds and D
Eurofins US
Original, hardcopy records are physically archived for 5 years.
S policy.
olicy. Orig
Ori
x Section 15.1:
Subcontracting Laboratory Services – Added “due date” to information
1: Subcon
specified on subcontract
work orders. Updated subcontract lab approval procedure.
ubco
x Replaced Technical Director with Laboratory Director throughout document.
x Revisions: Removed all but two most recent revision logs.
x Appendix B – Updated Eurofins Ethics Policy Statement and Quality Policy Statement.
x Appendix C – Updated organizational structure with current staff. Replaced Lab Director
resume with Christina White.
x Appendix E – Updated Tables with current criteria for:
o Table 6.1, 524 minimum number of standards and concentration range
o Table 6.1, 624 minimum number of standards and concentration range
o Table 6.1, 8260 minimum number of standards and concentration range
o Table 6.2, GRO separated from VPH and added specific criteria.
o Table 6.3, ICP Metals minimum number of standards and concentration range
o Table 6.3, ICP-MS Metals minimum number of standards
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o Table 6.3, Mercury minimum number of standards
o Table 6.4, TOC minimum number of standards and concentration range
x Appendix F – Updated with current SOP Master List.
x Appendix G – Updated Table 11.2 with current equipment inventory list.
x Appendix H – Updated Tables with current criteria
o Added Bromide by 300.0 to all tables.
o Table 12.2, Added footnote “Note that QC frequency may vary depending on
matrix and/or specific federal or state agency requirements (as noted in QC box
on Chain of Custody).”
Appendix I – Updated Tables with current criteria
o Table 13.1, Added corrective action “narrate as appropriate”
ate” to all methods.
o Table 13.1, Updated method blank acceptance criteria to match
matc current limits for
TO-15, TO-18, 524, 624, 8260, VPH, GRO, 625, 8270,
NJ-EPH.
270,, TPH/EPH/DRO,
TPH/EP
TPH/EPH
o Added Bromide by 300.0 to all tables.
o Table 13.2, Updated LCS acceptance criteria to match curre
current limits for TO-15,
curren
524, TOC.
o Table 13.3, Updated MS acceptance criteria
limits for TOC.
er to match
eri
matc current
cu
o Table 13.4, Updated Duplicate acceptance
current criteria for 524,
tance
ce limits
li
lim ts to match
m
624, 8260.
Revised October 2016
x Section 2.1: Organizational Structure
turee - Added Lean Project Manager position and
description of responsibilities. Updated In
Information Systems Department description of
Inf
responsibilities. Replaced Wett Chemistry
Chemis
Chemistr Manager with Raquel Thomas. IT no longer a
managerial position and replaced
with Joel Navaroli.
laced wit
x Section 2.3.a: Quality
Managerial Organization – Updated positions with
y Assurance
surance M
current titles.
x Section 2.4: Listt off Key Personnel
and Positions – Added Kevin White as Lean Project
Per
Pe
Manager.
x Section 3.6:
Preventative Action – Added entire new section.
6: Preventat
x Section 5.2: Sample
Sampl Acceptance Policy – Added sample label and custody seal as examples.
x Section 5.5: Storage Conditions – Revised lab refrigerator temp range from 4oC +/- 2oC
to <6°C and not frozen.
x Section 6.1: Equipment Calibration Information – Clarified balance weights are certified
annually by an ISO 17025 accredited calibration vendor.
x Section 7.0: Standard Operating Procedures and Test Methods – Added ESA will not
distribute proprietary SOPs.
x Section 9.2: Report Formats and Contents – Added finished drinking water lab reports
include the MCL, SMCL and ORSG values.
x Section 9.3: Records and Document Control – Added archived data is monitored by an
access log.
x Revisions: Removed all but two most recent revision logs.
x Appendix A – Updated website link.
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x
x
x
Appendix C – Updated organizational structure with current staff.
Appendix D – Added example of sample label and custody seal.
Appendix E: Table 6.3 – Updated chart with current ICV criteria for ICP metals and
Mercury. Updated CCV criteria for mercury and Anions by 300.0. Added footnotes for
Mercury and 200.7 Metals. Removed all references to 525.2 and 552.2, as those methods
have been discontinued.
Appendix F – Updated with current SOP Master List.
Appendix H – Updated chart with current MS/MSD frequency for 608, 200.7, 200.8 and
245.1. Removed all references to 525.2 and 552.2.
Appendix I – Table 13.2:
o Updated chart to see lab for specific analyte control limits
ts for
or 608, 624, 625.
o Updated with current BS/BSD RPD for 1664.
o Updated with current BS/BSD control limit for Cyanide,
anide,
de, 524.
o Removed all references to 525.2 and 552.2.
Appendix I – Table 13.3
o Updated chart to see lab for specific analytee control limits
lim for 608, 624, 625,
o Updated with current MS/MSD control limits
for 1664.
lim s and RPD
R
o Updated with current MS/MSD control
rol limit for
f Cyanide.
Cy
o Removed all references to 525.2 and
nd 552.2.
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STATE CERTIFICATIONS
NS
S
Please refer to our
urr website for
f a posting of our current certifications. They are
available at the following link: www.eurofinsus.com/environmenttesting/laboratories/eurofins-spectrum-analytical/resources/certifications/
es/eu
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ENTS
TS
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Document Title:
Eurofins' Ethics Policy Statement
Eurofins Document Reference:
N/A
Revision: 2
Effective date : 05/01/2015
Historical Reference: N/A
Status: Effective
Our Company was built on the foundation of high integrity and ethical laboratory practices. To preserve this
standard we have a clear expectation that each of us take personal responsibility to do the right thing and
uphold the highest level of ethics and quality in all of our dealings.
Here are the ethical responsibilities required of us:
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Each and every one of us is expected to adhere to the highest professional and ethical standards.
Each employee commits to honest and ethical practices in all daily actions.
No one will intentionally improperly manipulate or falsify activities in any way.
Ethical performance and data integrity MUST supersede any other objective of laboratory
operations.
Each employee bears ultimate responsibility for the validation and
d accuracy
accurac
ccura of his or her
documentation. The analyst’s signature signifies that the action
the data and the
on taken
aken to generate
gen
g
documentation are accurate and authentic, and confirm thatt alll proper procedures
were followed in
proc
pro
the generation of the data in real time.
Eurofins takes a zero tolerance stance for illegal, unethical,
practices affecting the
hical,
cal, and improper
im
impr
testing process. Each employee is responsible for safeguarding
s guardin
sa
guarding the
th Lab’s ethical practices. For
this reason, each employee is responsible to report
portt any situation
tuatio that may be adversely affecting
the quality and integrity of the data produced.
It is vital that all employees take responsibility
our ethical business practices.
ility to preserve
prese
Employees who know of, or witness any
y violation
iolation of business, quality, or data integrity policy are
required to report the activity to an Ethics
hicss Officer, Quality Management, or member of Senior
Management. A timely and thorough
will occur to remedy any situation regarding
gh investigation
investiga
investig
these allegations.
Any employee who knows of or witnesse
witnesses any violation of business, quality, or data integrity policy,
but fails to report it will be subject
action.
bject to disciplinary
di
During a thorough investigation,
estigation,
gation, the
th Ethics Officer, and/or Senior Management, will assess the
situation and resolve
e the
he matter.
matte Since data integrity is so vital to our business practices, any
employee found willfully falsifying
or manipulating data will be released from employment.
falsify
The Ethics Officer,
icer, or Senior
Sen
Seni Management, in collaboration with appropriate staff, will complete a
corrective action
the root causes. The action plan will be put in place and may
n plan addressing
ad
a
include additional training
or changes in policies and procedures. All those involved will receive
t
trai
confidential communication regarding corrective action steps taken to remedy the situation.
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I understand and commit to these responsibilities. I understand the critical importance of data and business
integrity compliance. I realize that any infractions of laboratory integrity procedures could lead to serious
consequences including employment separation, debarment, or civil/criminal prosecution. I take personal
responsibility to uphold the highest ethical business practices and report any concerns to help preserve
Eurofins’ integrity.
______________________________________________
Name (Print)
_______________
Employee Number
______________________________________________
Signature
______________
Date
Return signed document to [email protected]
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_________________
Company Name
Document Title:
Eurofins US Quality Policy Statement
Eurofins Document Reference:
1-P-QM-FOR-9007879
Revision: 6
Effective date: Jul 7, 2014
Historical Reference: Form 2787
Status: Effective
As an organization, all personnel are committed to high quality professional practice, testing and data, and service to our
clients.
We strive to provide the highest quality data achievable by:
Following all documentation requirements; describing clearly and accurately all activities performed; documenting
“real time” as the task is carried out; understanding that it is never acceptable to “back date” entries and should
additional information be required at a later date, the actual date and by whom the notation is made must be
documented.
x
Providing accountability and traceability for each sample analyzed through proper sample handling, labeling,
preparation, instrument calibration/qualification/validation, analysis, and reporting; establishing an audit trail that
identifies date, time, analyst, instrument used, instrument conditions, quality control
samples
(where appropriate
ol sam
am
and/or required by the method), and associated standard material.
x
Emphasizing a total quality management process which provides accuracy,
with agency
y, and
d strict compliance
comp
com
regulations and client requirements, giving the highest degree of confidence;
understanding
that meeting the
ence;
e; understand
underst
requirements of the next employee in the work flow process is just as important as me
meeting the needs of the external
client.
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Providing thorough documentation and explanation to qualify reported
that may not meet all requirements and
porte data
ata th
specifications, but is still of use to the client; understanding this occurs only after discussion with the client on the data
limitations and acceptability of this approach.
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Responding immediately to indications of questionable
out-of-specification
occurrences, equipment
able
e data, out
o
malfunctions, and other types of laboratory problems,
and applicable corrective action; documenting
lems,
ms, with investigation
in
inv
these activities completely, including the reasons
decisions
made.
ons for the de
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Providing a work environment that ensures
accessibility
res accessibi
accessibil to all levels of management and encourages questions and
expression of concerns on quality issues
management.
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We each take personal responsibility
provide this quality product while meeting the company’s high standards of
ility
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integrity and ethics, understanding
improprieties, such as failure to conduct the required test, manipulation of test
ding
ng that impr
impro
procedures or data, or inaccurate
documentation will not be tolerated. Intentional misrepresentation of the activities
urate docum
docume
performed is considered fraud
grounds for termination.
ud and is gr
I understand the expectations and commit to implementation of all applicable policies and procedures and to providing
quality data.
Name (printed)
Employee Number
Signature
Date
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TYPICAL LABORATORY PROBLEMS AND UNACCEPTABLE AND ACCEPTABLE SOLUTIONS
UNACCEPTABLE SOLUTION
ACCEPTABLE SOLUTION
Lack of time or
resources to perform
testing
Making up Data or Other Information – Creating data for
an analysis that was not performed or creating
information that is not true.
Analytical results for all samples and quality control (QC)
must be based on actual analyses performed. Documented
data must match actual data. Sampling information must
be based on actual sampling events.
Hold time near or
past
Improper Clock Setting (Time Traveling) or Improper
Date/Time Recording – resetting the internal clock on an
instrument to make it appear that a sample(s) was
analyzed within a specified hold time when, in fact, it was
not. Changing the actual time or recording a false time to
make it appear that hold times were not met, or changing
the times for sample collection, extractions, or other steps
to make it appear that they were performed at the correct
time when, in fact, they were not.
The recorded date and time of collection, preparation, or
analysis must match the actual date and time that the action
was performed. Documented dates and times must
represent actual dates and times. Samples exceeding hold
times must be reported
eporte
te as such; a case narrative is
recommended.
d.
DFTPP or BFB not
meeting acceptance
criteria
Improper GC/MS Tuning – artificially manipulating
GC/MS tuning data to produce an ion abundance result
that appears to meet specific QC criteria when, in fact,, th
the
criteria were not met.
GC/MS tuning dat
data must be generated and reported
according to proper
pr
techniques without manipulation of the
peak or mass
m spectrum. Preventive/corrective action must
be taken cconcerning data not meeting required criteria.
Calibration or QC
data not meeting
acceptance criteria
Improper Peak Integration (Peak Shaving or Enhancing)
ancing) –
artificially subtracting or adding peak area to produce an
erroneous area that forces data to meet specific
cific QC
criteria when, in fact, the criteria weree not
ot met.
Instrument peaks must be consistently integrated and
reported according to proper techniques, generally
baseline-to-baseline, valley-to-valley, or a combination of
the two. Pear area cannot be subtracted or added to force
data to meet specified criteria. Preventive corrective action
must be taken on instrument data not meeting required
criteria.
Calibration or QC
data not meeting
acceptance criteria.
Improper Calibration/QC
QC Analysis –
a) Performing multiple
ultiplee (more than
th
tha two) calibrations or
QC runs (including
ncluding
ding calibra
calibrat
calibration verifications, LCS,
uplicates,
tes, and bblanks) until one analysis
spikes, duplicates,
barely
y meets
eets criteria, rather than taking needed
preventive/corrective
ventive/correcti
entive/correct action after the second failed
analysis, and not
nno documenting or retaining data for
thee other una
unacceptable
data.
un
a)
All calibration and QC data associated with sample
analyses must be documented. Preventive/corrective
action must be taken and documented if calibration
and/or other QC criteria are not met.
b)
Acceptance of calibration verification data must be
based on the correct initial calibration.
c)
Calibration points can only be rejected for inclusion
in the calibration curve if a known error was made or
if a statistical evaluation indicates that a point can be
discarded. When multiple target analytes are included
in each calibration standard, it might be necessary to
discard selected upper or lower points for individual
target analytes. Points can be discarded at the upper
end of the curve if the linear range of the detector has
been exceeded. For these cases, dilute samples that
exceed the highest point of the calibration curve.
Points can be discarded at the lower end of the curve
if the detector is not producing a response. For these
cases, the laboratory reporting limit must be adjusted
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b)
Using the incorrect (previous) initial calibration to
make calibration verification data appear to be
acceptable when, in fact, they were not acceptable
when compared to the correct initial calibration.
c)
Discarding points in the initial calibration to force
the calibration to meet acceptance criteria.
d)
Discarding points from an MDL study to force the
calculated MDL to be higher or lower than the actual
value.
d) Data points for MDL studies can only be rejected for
inclusion in the MDL calculation if a known error was
made or if a statistical evaluation indicates that a point
can be discarded.
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TYPICAL LABORATORY PROBLEMS AND UNACCEPTABLE AND ACCEPTABLE SOLUTIONS
Problem
Calibration or QC
data not meeting
acceptance criteria
Analytical
conditions for
standards do not
work for samples
Sample not
analyzed at
appropriate level or
not reported at
correct detection
limit
Noncompliance data
Undesirable
situation with
analysis or sample;
knowledge of
unethical conduct
Misrepresentation of QC samples and spikes –
misrepresenting QC samples or spikes as being digested
or extracted when, in fact, they were not actually digested
or extracted. For example:
a) Adding surrogates after sample extraction rather
than prior to sample extraction.
QC samples and spikes must be prepared, analyzed,
and reported according to appropriate procedures.
b)
Reporting post-digested spikes or duplicates as predigested spikes or duplicates.
c)
Not preparing or analyzing method blanks and
laboratory control samples (LCSs) the same way that
samples are prepared or analyzed in order to make it
appear that method blank or LCS results are
acceptable when, in fact, they are not.
b) Post-digestion spikes and duplicates must be
reported as post-digested and must not be
misrepresented as pre-digestion spikes and
duplicates.
a)
c)
Surrogates must be added prior to sample
extraction.
Method blanks
ks and LCSs must be prepared and
analyzed
ed the
he same
sam way
w that samples are prepared
and analyzed.
QC results outside
lyzed. An
Any Q
acceptance
ptance criteria must be reported as such; a
case
se narrativ
narrative is recommended.
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data not meeting
acceptance criteria
ACCEPTABLE SOLUTION
File Substitution – substituting previously generated files
(runs) for a non-compliant calibration or QC run to make
it appear that an acceptable run was performed when, in
n
fact, it was not.
Unwarranted Manipulation of Computer Software
re –
unwarranted manipulation of computer software
are to
o force
calibration or QC data to meet criteria, and removing
computer operational codes, such as “M”” flag.
Improper Alteration of Analytical Conditions
onditions
tions –
ditions,
ons, such as
improperly altering analytical conditions,
changing the instrument conditions
ions
ons for sample analyses
lyses. Usi
Using different
from those used for standard analyses.
procedures to process sample
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spikes not meeting
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UNACCEPTABLE SOLUTION
Over dilution of Samples
mples or Misr
Mi
Misrepresentation of
mits – intentional
Detection Limits
intentionally diluting a sample to such
an extent that
hat no
o analytes ((target or non-target) are
detected without justifi
justification as to why the high dilution
justific
was made. Reporting
Reportin a detection limit that does not
represent
sample analysis (e.g., not including dilution
ent the samp
sam
factor in sample detection limit).
Deletion of Noncompliant Data – intentional deletion or
non-recording of noncompliant data to conceal the fact
that analyses were noncompliant.
Concealment of a Known Problem – concealing a known
analytical or sample problem from laboratory
management and/or client. Concealing a known unethical
behavior or actions from laboratory or corporate
management.
Data must be generated
gene
and reported for actual analyses
performed.
performe Reported
Rep
dates and times for all analyses must
match actual
dates and times. Substitution of files is not
ac
permitted.
rmitted.
Computer
C
manipulation is allowed only for warranted
reasons, and any manipulation should be minimal and
traceable. Removal of computer operational codes is not
permitted.
All sample analyses must be performed under the same
conditions as those used for standard analyses. Any
alteration of analytical conditions must be allowable under
the method requirements. All sample data must be
processed by the same procedures as those used for
processing standard data. Any discrepancies must be
documented.
Dilutions must be made on a reasonable basis, such as high
concentrations of target or non-target analytes, matrix
interferences, oily samples, and other components in the
sample that could harm the instrument. Include details
concerning the reason for the dilution in a case narrative.
Sample detection or reporting limits must include dilution
factors.
All data associated with sample collection and analysis,
including any out-of-control events or noncompliant data,
must be documented and retained. Preventive/corrective
action must be taken and documented for any
noncompliant data.
Any knowledge of analytical or sample problems must be
communicated to laboratory management and the client.
Any knowledge of unethical behavior or actions must be
fully communicated to laboratory or corporate
management.
Document Title:
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Revision: May, 2017
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COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL
S = 830 Silver Street Lab
A = 11 Almgren Drive Lab
Business Development
Accounting
Kevin White
Lean Project
Manager (S)
Wet Chemistry
Raquel Thomas
Manager (A)
Metals
s
Jackie Clement
ment
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Manager (A)
Air/Volatile Organics
Emily Kinney
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Semivolatiles
Sandra Mateega
Manager (A)
Wes Bryon
Operational Support
Manager (S)
Joel Navaroli (S)
Information Technology
Courier
Elie Makhoul
Manager (A)
Sample Receiving
Kathryn Wilkinson
Manager (A)
Quality Services
Rebecca Merz
Manager (S)
Quality Services
Dulce Litchfield
Deputy Director (S)
Patrick Sullivan
Senior Operations
Director (A)
Christina White
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Nicole Leja
President (S)
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical, Inc.
Paul A. Wise
President
Eurofins Environment Testing US
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical, Inc.
Health & Safety
John Miller
Manager (A)
Nicole Leja
11 ALMGREN DR., 830 SILVER STREET, AGAWAM, MA 01001
(413) 789-9018
FAX 413-789-4076
[email protected]
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Over twenty years of experience working in multiple departments of a full service environmental
laboratory including VOC analysis, QA/QC, customer service and operations. Diverse skills include
technical aptitude, excellence at handling multiple projects at one time, and positive communication with
staff and clients. Performs data correlation and validation and assists with assessing
ssin the cost-benefits for
projects and proposals as well as communicating on a corporate level with senior
staff from the Rhode
enior sta
staf
Island and Florida divisions. Works to prepare the capital budget and reviews
monthly financial
iews
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month
statements to evaluate company performance.
Professional Experience
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x September 2015
President
Responsible for assisting with preparation of budget
ett and meeting those goals for each calendar year.
Responsible for profits and losses associated with
performance and ensuring operations meet
th business pe
internal and external expectations.
Spectrum Analytical featuring Haniball Technology – Agawam, MA
x 2010 to September 2015
Laboratory
Director and Vice President of Corporate Operations
oratory
tory Direc
Direct
Daily responsibilities include dataa validation
alidation and
aan final review of reports, technical support to in-house
staff and clients, and ensuring high priority jjobs meet deadlines. Additional responsibilities include
authorization of purchase orders,
ders,
s, leading team manager meetings on a weekly basis, and communicating
with managers regarding staff
ff schedules
schedule
schedu and work volume. Supervises management and staff of over 85
employees and responsible
decision making in a team environment. Communicate with Laboratory
sible
ible for dec
decis
Directors in the Rhode
de Island and
an Florida divisions to ensure optimum efficiency and productivity in all
facilities and that corporate
are consistently followed.
porate procedures
pr
p
x 2000 – 2010
Operations Manager
Manage all operational areas of the laboratory including organic and inorganic departments, assist with
technical review of documents and data interpretation with clients. Data validation and review of reports
are done on a daily basis. Key member of a team that implemented changing the Laboratory Information
Management Software (LIMS) in 2002.
x 1998 – 2000
Assistant QA/QC Officer
Responsible for maintaining all state and laboratory certification for laboratory approved methods.
Maintained and controlled QA Manual and all Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) manuals for the
laboratory. Conducted internal audits and prepared official responses for outside audits by certifying
agencies and clients.
x March 1996 – 1998
Analyst and Manager of VOC Department
Operated and maintained GC and GCMS instrument for the analysis of Volatile Organic compounds
using purge and trap methodologies. Supervised staff and managed the daily workload for the
department. Assisted the Laboratory Director with development and training for the MADEP VPH
method.
Scientific Research Council, Energy Department – Kingston, Jamaica West Indies
1994-1995
Technician
Worked with a European based company researching methane gas technology. Operated pilot plants for
anaerobic water treatment and analyzed wastewater samples. Collected and organized data with a team of
international and Jamaican scientists to review and evaluate waste programs.
December 1993
Holyoke Community College
Holyoke, MA
A.S. Environmental Science
Spring 2010
Westfield State College
B.S. Environmental Science
Spring 2015
University of Phoenix
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References available upon request
CHRISTINA WHITE
LABORATORY DIRECTOR
EDUCATION
B.A. in Chemistry
Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA
Additional Biology and Microbiology classes
Springfield Technical Community College, Springfield, MA
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical, Inc. – Laboratory Director
2017 to present
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Final review and approval of Microbiology data;
The Laboratory Director is responsible for overall supervision of laboratory
oratory ope
ooperations,
overseeing all technical and administrative policies and procedures,
dures,, as well as tthe enforcement
and adherence to said policies by laboratory staff;
Use tools and processes for performance measurement and
nd benchmarking (KPIs);
Assist management and staff with development of cost calculation
models (using activity-based
alculatio mo
costing methodology) such as APPC and capacity mode
modeling;
mod
ng;
Is responsible for final data validation and approval
laboratory
oval of lab
labo
tory reports for data
generated by both the 11 Almgren Dr and 830
facilities;
0 Silver
ilver St fa
fac
Provide technical support and onsite supervision
rvision of th
the operational departments located at
11 Almgren Drive;
Supervise the revision of and final approval
protocols and methodologies;
roval of ppr
Ensuring proper data deliverable and client se
services;
ser
Using information collected from
departments and client feedback, the Laboratory Director
rom
m all depa
depart
must conduct a review of the
he laboratory’s
laboratory’
aboratory quality system and testing activities to ensure their
continuing suitability and
effectiveness,
and to introduce necessary changes or improvements.
nd effectivene
ffectiven
Prepare an annual Management
Review with these findings and ensure they are assigned and
anagement
agement Re
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Eurofins Spectrum Analytical, In
Inc. – Technical Director
2015 to 2017
Responsibilities:
x Oversee four departments
x Ensure data is completed accurately and in a timely manner
x Assist in development of methods and procedures
x Review data and logbooks
x Assist with pertinent business metrics
x Assist with tests when needed
Spectrum Analytical, Inc. – Inorganic Section Team Leader
2007 to 2015
Responsibilities:
x Oversee three departments
x Ensure data is completed accurately and in a timely manner
x Assist in development of methods and procedures
x Review data and logbooks
x Assist with tests when needed
Spectrum Analytical, Inc. – Treatability Manager
2005 to present
Responsibilities:
x Adaptation of proposals to lab implementation
x Organization of laboratory data for projects
x Development of methods as needed by clients
x Writing project reports
x Supervision of 2 staff members
Spectrum Analytical, Inc. – Inorganic Manager
1995 to 2005
Spectrum Analytical, Inc.
1994 to 1995
Laboratory Technician
Responsibilities:
x Sample extraction
x TPH GC (modified 8100), TPH-IR
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x ICP instrument troubleshooting
x Preparation and analysis of EPA methods
alysis
is of m
met by ICP and
x Developed several methods (EPA 200.7 and 245.1) for quantitative analysis
metals
mercury analyzer
x Performed all quality control and method detection limit studies related
methods used
ated to method
x Supervision of 10 staff members
x Member of team of professionals responsible for decision-making
the laboratory
making
aking within th
Demonstration of Capability
Certification Statement
Date:
Laboratory Name: Eurofins Spectrum Analytical,
Address: 830 Silver St, Agawam, MA 01001
Laboratory Department:
Analyst(s) Name(s):
Matrix:
Analyte / Class of Analytes:
Method #:
SOP Revision #:
We CERTIFY that:
ffacility for the
The analysts identified above, using the cited test method(s), which is in usee at this facil
ccreditation
ditation Progra
Prog
analyses of samples under the National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation
Program, have met
the Demonstration of Capability.
x
d on this certifi
certificat
The test method(s) was performed by the analyst(s) identified
certification.
x
SOP aree availab
A copy of the test method(s) and the laboratory-specificc SOPs
available for all personnel on-site.
x
The data associated with the demonstration capability
ility
y are true, aaccurate, complete and selfexplanatory. (Attached Precision and Accuracy
cy studies and/or
and/ MDL studies.)
and
x
rtification
cation form
All raw data (including a copy of this certification
form) necessary to reconstruct and validate these
cility
ility and the aas
analyses have been retained at the facility
associated information is well organized and
partment
ment by au
aut
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authorized assessors.
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Signature
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Date
Signature
Date
Kimberly LaPlante
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Quality Assurance Manger’s Name
Section Leader or Technical Director’s Name
Signature
Date
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Method #:
SOP Date and Revision #:
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Laboratory Name:
Address:
Laboratory Department:
Instrument:
Make:
Model:
Serial Number:
We, the undersigned, CERTIFY that:
Ɣ
hee cited test m
me
The instrument identified above, using the
method(s), which is in use at this facility for the analyses of
samples under the National Environmental
mental
tal Labo
Laborat
Laboratory Accreditation Program, have met the Demonstration of
Capability.
Ɣ
The test method(s) was/weree performed
ormed via this instrumentation.
Ɣ
A copy of the test method(s)
hod(s)
d(s) and the laboratory-specific SOPs are available for all personnel on-site.
Ɣ
The data associated
ted with the ddemonstration capability are true, accurate, complete and self-explanatory (attached
MDL studies).
Ɣ
All raw data (including a copy of this certification form) necessary to reconstruct and validate these analyses
have been retained at the facility and that the associated information is well organized and available for review
by authorized assessors.
Department Manager's Name
Signature
Date
Kimberly LaPlante
Quality Assurance Manager's Name
Signature
Date
Section Leader or Technical Director’s Name
Signature
Date
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Revision: May, 2017
Effective Date: 5/01/17
COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL
4=HNO3
Lab ID:
X1=
Relinquished by:
G= Grab
Sample ID:
X2=
X3=
C=Compsite
Received by:
Date:
Quote #:
Time:
Date:
Time:
Containers
IR ID #
Corrected
Corecction Factor
Observed
Temp °C
E-mail to:
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List Preservative Code below:
Sampler(s):
Location:
Site Name:
Project No:
No
Intact
Broken
Soil Jar Frozen
Rev. Sep 2015
DI VOA Frozen
Present
Other:
State-specific reporting standards:
Tier IV*
NJ Full*
Tier II*
ASP B*
NJ Reduced*
DQA*
ASP A*
No QC
Yes
CT DPH RCP Report?
Standard
No
Yes
MA DEP MCP CAM Report?
QA/QC Reporting Notes:
* additional charges may appply
State:
All TATs subject to laboratory approval
Min. 24-hr notification needed for rushes
Samples disposed after 60 days unless otherwise instructed.
Rush TAT - Date Needed:
Standard TAT - 7 to 10 business days
Sample shipping address: 11 Almgren Drive • Agawam, MA 01001 • 413-789-9018 • www.EurofinsUS.com/Spectrum
A=Indoor/Ambient Air
SG=Soil Gas
SL=Sludge
O=Oil
SO=Soil
WW=Waste Water
SW=Surface Water
GW=Groundwater
DW=Dinking Water
12=
66=Ascorbic Acid
Type
5=NaOH
5
=NaOH
11=
F=Field Filtered
1=Na2S2O3
2=HCl
3=H2SO4
7=CH3OH 8=NaHSO4 9=Deionized Water 10=H3PO4
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# of Amber
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Telephone #:
Invoice To:
of
# of Cl
Clear Glass
Report To:
Page
# off VOA Vials
CHAIN OF CUSTODY RECORD
# of Plastic
Special Handling:
Check if chlorinated
Incoming
Canister
Pressure
("Hg) (Lab) Flow Reg. ID
Flow
Controller
Readout
(ml/min)
Flow Rate/Setting:
Prepared by:
Location:
Date Needed:
Order #:
# Flow Controllers:
Company:
Printed:
Signed:
Relinquished by:
Sample Id:
I
RQN:
Sample Date(s)
QC
ASP B*
ASP A*
† TIER
ER
† TIER
IV*
II*
† CT
DEP CAM
Interior
Temp. (F)
(Start)
DPH RCP
† MA
Canister
Pressure in
Field ("Hg)
(Stop)
State:
* additional charges may apply contact
act
ct SA's QA Department for further info.
† NY
† NY
Stop
Start
Client
Use
Interior
Temp. (F)
(Stop)
Ambient
Temperature
(Fahrenheit)
Analysis
Matrix
Ambient Pressure
(inches of Hg)
Date:
Time:
Results to
Format
† E-mail
† EDD
RevisedSep2015
Please contact ESAI’s Air Department immediately at (800) 789-9115 if you experience any technical difficulties or suspect any QC issue(s) with air media.
Special Instructions/QC Requirements & Comments:
† DQA*
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Time Start
Time Stop Field ("Hg)
(Start)
(24 hr clock) (24 hr clock)
Sampler(s):
Location:
Site Name:
Project No.:
Sample shipping address: 11 Almgren Drive · Agawam, MA 01001 · 413-789-9018 · www.EurofinsUS.com/Spectrum
Received by:
Date:
I attest that all media relinquished from Eurofins Spectrum Analytical, Inc. have been
received in good working condition, based on visual observation, and agree to the
terms and conditions as listed on the back of this document.
# LL Canisters:
Requested by:
Lab Id:
Total # Canisters:
LABORATORYUSEONLY
Date of Request:
Can ID
P.O. No.:
Project Manager:
Outgoing
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Pressure
Can
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· Min. 24-hour notification needed for rushes.
Indoor /Ambient Air
Page _____ of _____
Special Handling:
Standard TAT - 7 to 10 business days
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COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL
every 12
hours or
20
samples
every 12
hours or
20
samples
every 12
hours or
20
samples
524
624
504.1
Method
Tuning
Frequency
See
Table
6.1B
See
Table
6.1A
See
Table
6.1A
Tuning
Criteria
When CCC fails;
CR: 0.01-2.0ppb
When CCC fails;
CR: 1-100
ug/L***
When CCC fails;
l
ls;
CR: 0.50-100
ug/L***
5
5
5
Min. # of
Standards
for Initial
Ca
Calibration
Every 12 hours
or 20 samples
CR:
C 20 ug/L
RSD ”20%
20% or
Linear/Non-linear
on-linea
n-line
Regression >0.99
>0 9
for all target
compounds
RSD ” 20%
ICV +20%;
recalibrate if ICV
fails.
Every 12 hours
h
or 20 samples
sample
samp
CR:
R: 0.2ppb
0.2pp
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Every 12 hours
or 20 samples
CR: 20 ug/L;
LOD run with
all THM
bactches.
RSD ”20% or
Linear/Non-linear
Regression >0.99
f all target
for
compounds.
co
comp
ICV +
+20%
20
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tration
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CCC Frequency
and
Concentration
Range
Table 6.1
Calibration Procedures for Analytical Equipment
GC/MS Laboratory
Recovery 70130%
%D within method
set control limits
%D ” 30% for all
compounds; RT
within ± 30
seconds from
initial calibration;
Meeting response
range for each
target compound.
CCC
Acceptance
Criteria
Reanalyze. If
CCC fails again,
perform system
maintenance and
recalibrate.
Reanalyze. If
CCC fails again,
perform system
maintenance and
recalibrate.
Reanalyze. If
CCC fails again,
perform system
maintenance and
recalibrate.
Corrective
Action
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every 12
hours
every 12
hours
625
8270
Method
Tuning
Frequency
See
Table
6.1B
See
Table
6.1B
Tuning
Criteria
When CCC fails;
CR: 5-150
ug/L***
When CCC fails;
s;
CR: 5-150 ug/L
Initial Calibration
Frequency and
tration
rati
Concentration
Rangee
5
5
Min. # of
Standards
for Initial
Ca
Calibration
Every 12 hours
CR: 100 ug/L
Every 12 hours
CR: 100 ug/L
RSD ”35% or
Linear/Non-linear
Regression >0.99
f all target
for
compounds.
co
comp
ICV +
+20%
20
RSD
D ”20%
”20% or
o
Linear/Non-linear
ear/Non-line
ar/NonRegression
sion >0.99
>0.99
for all target
get
et
compounds.
ICV +20% except
cept
pt
+60% for *difficult
ult
analytes. Recalibratee
if ICV has >10% of
all analytes fail.
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%D ”20% for all
compounds.
%D ” 20% for all
compounds.
CCC
Acceptance
Criteria
Re-tune and
rerun CCC. If
CCC fails, then
rerun initial
calibration.
Re-tune and
rerun CCC. If
CCC fails, then
rerun initial
calibration.
Corrective
Action
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every 12
hours or
20
samples
See
Table
6.1A
Tuning
Criteria
When CCC fails;
s;
CR: 1-200
ug/L***
5
Min. # of
Standards
for Initial
Ca
Calibration
Every 12 hours
CR: 20 ug/L;
RSD ”20% or
Linear/Non-linear
Regression >0.99
f all target
for
compounds. **Min
co
comp
RF per 88260C.
+20%;
ICV +
20%
20%;
recalibrate
calibrate
alibrate if
i IC
ICV
has >10%
10%
0% of all
al
analytes fail.
ail
LCV +30%
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Range
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Acceptance Criteria
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%D ”20% for all
compounds.
CCC
Acceptance
Criteria
Reanalyze. If
CCC fails again,
perform system
maintenance and
recalibrate
Corrective
Action
Notes: CR = Concentration Range
RF = Response Factor
RPD = Relative Percent Difference
CCC = Calibration Check Compounds
ICV = Initial Calibration Verification
*625/8270 Difficult Analytes: 4-Chloroaniline, 4-Nitrophenol, Phenol, 2,4-Dinitrophenol
**Minimum RF of 0.05 for the lowest calibration standard and for the average RF. Analytes which are exempt from these criteria due to
poor purging efficiency are ketones, alcohols and dioxanes.
***Analyte concentration ranges may vary. See lab for specific CR.
8260
Method
Tuning
Frequency
Table 6.1
Calibration Procedures for Analytical Equipment
GC/MS Laboratory
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Table 6.1A
BFB Key Ions and Abundance Criteria
524, 624, 8260 and Direct Injection
Mass
Ion Abundance Criteria
15.0 - 40.0% of the base peak
75
30.0 - 60.0% of the base peakk
95
base peak, 100% relative
tive abundanc
abundance
96
5.0 - 8.0% of the base
ase
se peak
173
less than 2.0%
% of mass
ma
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Greaterr than 50.0% of the base peak
175
5.0
0 - 8.0% of mass
m 174
176
> 95.0%, bbut < 101.0% of mass 174
177
5.0 - 8.0% of mass 176
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Table 6.1B
DFTPP Key Ions and Ion Abundance Criteria
GCMS SVOC’s 525.2, 625, SW846 8270
Mass
Ion Abundance Criteria
68
less than 2.0% of mass 699
70
less than 2.0 % of mass
ass 69
6
127
40.0 - 60.0 % off mass
m s 198
197
less than 1.0
.0 % of mass
mas
ma 198
198
base peak,
eak, 100% rrelative abundance
199
5.0
.0 - 8.0 % of
o mass 198
275
30.0 % of mass 198
10.0 - 30
365
greater than 1.00 % of mass 198
grea
gre
441
Present, but less than mass 443
442
42
greater than 40.0 % of mass 198
443
44
17.0 – 23.0 % of mass 442
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All ion abundances must be normalized to m/z
95, the nominal base peak, even though the ion
abundance of m/z 174 may be up to 120% that
of m/z 95.
Minimum
# of
Standards
for Initial
Calibration
5
5
5
Method
VPH
GRO
DRO
When needed
CR = 0.220mg/kg
when CCC
fails;
CR = 502000ppb
when CCC
fails;
CR = 1-200ppb
Calibration
Frequency
and
Concentration
Range
“r” > 0.99
Ope
Opening
and
w
closing with
very batch
bba ch of 20
every
es,, CR =
samples,
500ppb
pb
Openingg andd
closing with
h
every batch off 20
samples, CR =
10mg/kg
” 20% RSD or “r” • 0.99
ICV +20% for all analytes;
recalibrate if ICV fails.
Acceptance Criteria
% D ” 20%
% D ” 25% for all targets
and ranges with the
exception of n-nonane
%D ”30%.
Recovery
Rec
within 40 –
140%.
14
140%
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op
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Opening and
closing with
every batch of 20
samples, CR =
50ppb
50
50p
CCC Frequency
and
Concentration
Range
” 25% RSD
SD or “r” • 00.99
for all targetss and chai
chains.
chains
ICV +20% for alll analytes
analytes;
recalibrate if ICV fails.
ls.
Acceptance Criteria
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Calibration Procedures for Analytical Equipment
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Reanalyze CCC, if
unacceptable repeat
initial calibration
Reanalyze CCC; if
unacceptable, repeat
initial calibration
Reanalyze CCC; if
unacceptable, repeat
initial calibration
Corrective
Action
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3
NJ EPH/
MA EPH
608
Method
Minimum
# of
Standards
for Initial
Calibration
when CCC
fails;
CR = 0.02-5ppb
when CCC
fails;
CR = 5-200ppb
Calibration
Frequency
and
Concentration
Range
Linearity standards must
be ” 10% RSD; DBC drift
must be ” 2%, DDT and
endrin degradation ” 20%
combined; % RT drift ”
2% for a packed column or
”1.5% for a capillary
column.
”10% RSD for PCB and
Pesticides; or “r” •0.995
for PCB and Pesticides.
ICV +20% for PCB and
Pesticides; recalibrate if
ICV fails.
”25% RSD
Carbon
D for Car
Carbo
Chains and ”15%
”15% for all
targets; or “r” • 0.99 for all
targets and chains.
ICV +20% for all analytes;
lytes;
recalibrate if ICV has
>10% of all analytes fail.
Acceptance Criteria
Acce
Ac
% ppe
10%
per sampl
sample
1
batch off 20 or 12
ft,
hour shift,
er is
whichever
ent;
more frequent;
CR = 0.5ppb
Acceptance Criteria
% D < 20% for all targets
and < 25% for carbon
chains.
RSD ”15%; DBC drift
must be ” 2%; D endrin
degradation ” 20% of %
RT drift ” 2% for a
pac
packe
packed
column or ” .5%
cca
for a capillary
column.
CC % D < 15% for all
CCC
compounds.
C
op
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Opening and
closing with
every batch of 20
samples, CR =
100ppb
10
100
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and
Concentration
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Calibration Procedures for Analytical Equipment
GC Laboratory
Septum change and
column maintenance;
reanalyze CCC; if
unacceptable, repeat
initial calibration.
Reanalyze CCC; if
unacceptable, repeat
initial calibration
Corrective
Action
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Minimum
# of
Standards
for Initial
Calibration
5
Method
8081/8082
when CCC
fails;
8081CR =5500ppb
8082 CR 0.025ppb
Calibration
Frequency
and
Concentration
Range
Linerity standards
must be
tandards mu
”10% RSD; DBC drif
drift
must be ”2%; DDT and
Endrin degradation
n ”30%
30%
combined; % RT drift
”2%
ftt ”
2%
for a packed column or
”1.5% for a capillary
column.
”20% RSD for PCB and
Pesticides; or “r” •0.995
for PCB and •0.99 for
Pesticides.
ICV +20% for PCB and
Pesticides; recalibrate if
ICV fails.
Acceptance Criteria
Acce
Ac
Acceptance Criteria
DBC drift must be ”2%;
DDT and endrin
degradation ”20%
combined; % RT drift
”2% for a packed column
or ”1.5% for capillary
column.
CCC % D < 15% for all
compounds.
C
op
y
5% per sample
batch of 20 or 12
hour shift,
w
whichever
is
m
mor
more
frequent;
0
CR = 0.5ppb
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and
Concentration
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Reanalyze standard; if
unacceptable, repeat
initial calibration.
Corrective
Action
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Minimum
# of
Standards
for Initial
Calibration
5
Method
8151
when CCC
fails;
CR = .01-5ppb
Calibration
Frequency
and
Concentration
Range
”20% RSD
D for all analytes
ana
or “r” •0.99; ”1.5%
”1.5% R
RT
drift from initial
all standard.
standar
ICV +20% for all analytes;
alytes
recalibrate if ICV fails.
s
Acceptance Criteria
Acce
Ac
Acceptance Criteria
CCC % D < 15% for all
compounds. DBC drift
must be ”2%; DDT and
endrin degradation ”20%
combined; % RT drift
”2% for a packed column
or ”1.5% for capillary
column
C
op
y
10% per sample
batch of 20 or 12
hour shift,
w
whichever
is
more
m
mor
frequent;
CR = 0.1ppb;
15
0
ppb for MADEP
M
MCP CAM
CA
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and
Concentration
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Septum change and
column maintenance;
rerun initial calibration
if reanalysis fails
Corrective
Action
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6
6
ICP
Metals
ICP-MS
Metals
Mercury
Method
Minimum # of
Standards for
Initial
Calibration
Daily / with each
use; 0 - 10 ppb
Daily / with each
use; 0 - 100 ppb
Daily / with each
use; 0 - 5 ppm or
0-500 depending
on the analyte
Calibration
on
Frequency and
Concentration
Range
Linear regression;
automatic
instrument software
calculation
Linear regression;
automatic
instrument software
calculation
Fivee point curve
cu
with automatic
utomatic
instrument
nt softwar
software
calculation
Method of
Curve Generation
Cur
Every 10
samples or less
CCC
Frequency and
Concentration
Range
Correlation
Coefficient
>0.995
ICV +/- 5%
of true value*
Correlation
ation
on
Coefficient
ientt
>0.998
ICV +/- 10%
of true value
Every
10
E
samples or less
Every 10
samples
samp or less
C
op
y
Correlation
Coefficient
>0.998
ICV
+/- 5% of
I
true
tru value by
EPA 2200.7**.
ICV +/of
+/ 10%
1
true
rue value by
b
EPA
6010
A 60
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Inorganic Laboratory
+/- 10%*
+/- 10%
+/- 10%
Acceptance
Criteria
Reanalyzed CCV;
if unacceptable,
repeat initial
calibration
Reanalyzed CCV;
if unacceptable,
repeat initial
calibration
Reanalyzed CCV;
if unacceptable,
repeat initial
calibration
Corrective
Action
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With each use
1.0 - 50 ppm
6
EPA 300.0
Sulfates
EPA 300.0
With each use
0.10 - 5.0 ppm
4
Fluoride
Daily / with each
use; 0 - 300 ppb
Linear regression;
each chord is
calculated &
reported separately
Linear Regression
regression
Linear reg
regres
Method of
Curve Generation
C
Cu
10% or every
2 hours,
whichever is
more frequent,
0.50 ppm
CCC
Frequency and
Concentration
Range
Correlation
coefficient
>0.997
Correlation
orrelati
rrelat
coefficient
fi nt
>0.9977
10% or
o every
2 hours,
whichever is
more frequent,
4.0 - 25 ppm
10% or every
2 hours,
whichever
is
w
more
frequent,
m
0.40 - 2.50
2
ppm
C
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Correlation
coefficient
>0.997
ICV +/- 10%
of
o true value
Acceptance
Criteria
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Frequency and
an
Concentration
on
Range
6
Minimum # of
Standards for
Initial
Calibration
Cyanide
Method
Table 6.3
Calibration Procedures for Analytical Equipment
Inorganic Laboratory
+ 10%
True Value
+ 10%
True Value
+ 10%
True Value
Acceptance
Criteria
Rerun all samples
not preceded and/or
followed by
acceptable
ICV/ICB,
CCV/CCB.
Rerun all samples
not preceded and/or
followed by
acceptable
ICV/ICB,
CCV/CCB
Recalibrate as
needed. Rerun all
samples not
preceded and/or
followed by
acceptable
ICV/ICB,
CCV/CCB
Corrective
Action
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix E
Rev 3/27/17
When needed
0.10 - 5.0 ppm
Linear regression;
regres
reg
eachh chord is
calculated
ated
ted &
reported separately
Method of
Curve Generation
C
Cu
10% or every
2 hours,
whichever is
more frequent,
10 ppm
CCC
Frequency and
Concentration
Range
C
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Total curve
correlation
coefficient
>0.995
Acceptance
Criteria
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Frequency and
an
Concentration
on
Range
CB = Continuing Calibration Blank
CCV = Continuing Calibration Verification
ICV = Initial Calibration Verification
ICB = Initial Calibration Blank
ppm = Parts Per Million
ppb = Parts Per Billion
6
Minimum # of
Standards for
Initial
Calibration
+ 10% True
Value
Acceptance
Criteria
Rerun all samples
not preceded and/or
followed by
acceptable
ICV/ICB, CCV,
CCB
Corrective
Action
*Mercury ICV/CCV: At least one of these samples, preferably the ICV, must fall within 5% of its true value, whilee the othe
other one may be within 10% of true value.
** Aqueous 200.7 ICV must be +/- 5% of true value for initial QC criteria; subsequent ICV must be +/- 10% of true
value.
ue va
value
Notes:
EPA 300.0
Chlorides
Method
Table 6.3
Calibration Procedures for Analytical Equipment
Inorganic Laboratory
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix E
Rev 3/27/17
6
5
2
Oil &
Grease/ TPH
1664
TPH 8100M
/8015D
Total
Organic
Carbon
Method
Minimum
# of
Standards
for Initial
Calibration
Daily/with each
use 0 - 100 ppm
When needed
When needed,
scales are
checked daily
with 2mg to
1000mg Class
“S” weights.
Calibration
n
Frequency and
d
Concentration
Range
+ 2% difference
for 2 injections;
correlation
coefficient •
0.995
Correlation
coefficient must
be > 0.0997
±10% at 2mg
and ±0.5% att
1000mg
Acceptance
Accep
Ac
Criteria
Crit
Criteri
QC recovery
recov
rec
40140%
C
op
y
±10% at 2mg and
±0.5% at 1000mg
Acceptance
Criteria
one every 10
+ 15%
analyses CR =
5 ppm
one every 20
analyses
CR = 10ppm
Check
Ch
C
balance
ba
balanc
calibration
calibratio
prior to an
and
after
er
weighing
hing
ng
sample batch.
tch.
CCC
Frequency
and
Concentration
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Table 6.4
Calibration Procedures for Analytical Equipment
Organic Characterization Laboratory
Rerun Calibration. If continuing
calibration fails, reanalyze samples
run before continuing calibration
failed.
Rerun calibration. If continuing
calibration fails, reanalyze samples
run before continuing calibration
failed
Re-calibrate scale; reweigh sample
batch.
Corrective
Action
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix E
Rev 3/27/17
Document Title:
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Eurofins Document Reference:
Not Applicable
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
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Section 7 Attachments
ntss
Revision: May, 2017
Effective Date: 5/01/17
COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL
SA Policy
SA Policy
SA Po
Policy
SA Policy
SA Policy
licy
cy
SA Policy
Massachusetts DEP APH
EPA 44A/ASTM D5504
Human Resources & Accounting Functions
SOP for Work Related Incidents, Accidents and
Injuries
SOP for Departmental Validation Procedures
ures for SAI
Agawam Division
SOP for Manual Integrations
SOP for Bringing a New Method Online
Balance Calibration Check
Canister Tracking and Cleaning
Determination of Air-Phase Petroleum Hydrocarbons
Determination of Sulfur Compounds using SCD
Accounting and HR
Accounting and HR
Administation
Administation
Administation
Administation
Air Division
Air Division
Air Division
Air Division
3/25/15 - EK
Rev 3 7/22/16
Rev 3 8/08/13
Rev 5 9/21/15
Rev 9 3/14/16
Rev 1 4/15/13
Rev 21 6/28/16
Rev 8 3/20/15
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Bringing a New Method Online, 7-22-16 Rev. 3.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2013\Admin\SOP for
Balance
Calibration Check, 8-08-13 Rev. 3.doc
Ba
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2015\Air\SOP for
F:\da
F:\data\Q
Canister
and Cleaning, 9-21-15 Rev. 5.doc
Caniste Tracking
Tra
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
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APH,
H,, 03-14-16
03-14-1
03-14- Rev.
ev. 9.doc
9
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SOPs 2013\Air\SOP for
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QA
NELAC SO
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Sulfur by Modified
4-15-13 Rev. 1.doc
odified
ified 44A, D5504,
D55
D
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SOPs\NELA SOPs 2016\Air\SOP for TO15, 6-28-16 Rev. 21.doc
oc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC
OPs\NELAC SOPs
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20
2015\Air\SOP for Modified
3-20-15 Rev. 8.do
EPA 18 TPH-BTEX in Air, 03-20-15
8.doc
F:\Data\QAQC\NELAC\SOP for TO-14A
Determination of Volatile Organic Compounds in Air EPA Method TO-15
Determination of Volatile Organic Compounds in Air EPA 18
Determination of Volatile Organic Compounds in
Ambient Air
Air Division
Air Division
Respirable Particulates
Air Division
Air Division
NIOSH 0600
EPA 3C/RSKSOP-175
SA Policy
EPA Method TO-14A
SA Policy
F:\DATA\comp quality assurance manual\section 7 attachment MASTER LIST FOR SOPs
Instructions for Using Flow Controllers
Modified EPA 3C/RSKSOP-175 Determination of
Fixed Gases and Dissolved gases in Gaseous and
Aqueous phase matrices by TCD
Air Division
6/28/16 - BF
Rev. 4 1/09/12
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\Admin\SOP for
Manual Integration of Chromatographic Peaks, 1-09-14 Rev. 4.doc
DG
02/24/15 - EK
11/04/02 - NB
OBSOLETE; never ran
Rev 0 9/5/02
Rev 5 02/23/15
Rev 1
5/23/02
F:\Data\QAQC\NELAC\SOP for Using Flow Controller
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2015\Air\SOP for
Fixed Gases & Dissolved Gases Mod. 3C-RSK-175 by TCD, 2-2315 Rev. 5.doc
F:\Data\QAQC\NELAC\SOP for Respirable Particulates
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07/06/04 - WB Discontinued
1/1/12
3/16/16 - EK
4/24/13 - KL Discontinued
7/10/15
9/21/15 - BF
8/08/13 - KL
7/22/16 - KL
Rev 3 6/30/04
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Rev 6 7/22/16
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6/24/14 - MS Discontinued
6/09/16
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7/29/13 - JF
Rev 3 7/22/13
Rev 16 10/26/16
File Name
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2013\HR and
Accounting\SOP for Client Credit Application Forms, 07-22-13 Rev.
3.doc
Effective Review
Date/Initials of
reviewer/Comments
Revision
No.
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Admin\SOP for
Human Resources and Accounting Functions, 10-26-16 Rev. 16.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\HR and
Accounting\SOP for Work Related Incidents, Accidents, Injuries, 617-14 Rev. 4
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs
2016\Admin\Departmental Validation Procedures for ESAI-MA, 722-16 Rev. 6.doc
SA Policy
Client Credit Application Forms
Accounting and HR
Methods Performed
Standard Operating Procedure
Department
EUROFINS SPECTRUM ANALYTICAL
Massachusetts Master List Standard Operating Procedure
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix F
Courier Policies and Procedures
Glassware Preservation
UPS/Fed Ex Shipments for both International and
Domestic Services
SOP for Preparing the Butanol Odor Intensity Test Kit SA Policy
Client Services
Client Services
Courier Dept.
Courier Dept.
Courier Dept.
Courier Dept.
SA Policy
SA Policy
SA Policy
SA Policy
licy
cy
SA Policy
Policy
SA Po
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Contingency Plan
Data Package Preparation
Client Services
Health and Safety
SA Policy
SOP for Subcontracted Analyses
Client Services
Chemical Hygiene Plan
SA Policy
Resolution of Complaints
Client Services
Health and Safety
SA Policy
Laboratory Report Publishing
SOP for Scanning Laboratory Work Order File Copies SA Policy
SA Policy
Laboratory Report Mailing
SA Policy
Client Services
Rev 9 12/22/15
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2015\Client
Services\SOP for Laboratory Report Publishing, 12-22-15 Rev.
9.doc
3/18/15 - EM
9/30/14 - EM
10/31/13 - CW
Discontinued
Rev 1 5/28/14
Rev 1 2/22/17
Rev 18 1/29/15
Rev 14 3/18/15
Rev. 3 9/30/14
Rev 1 10/29/13
Rev 13 3/27/17
Rev 7 3/14/16
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\Client
F:\data\Q
F:\da
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Service
Services\SOP
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2017\Client
data\QAQC\N
ta\QAQC
Services\SOP
Preparation, 2-22-17 Rev. 1.doc
ces\SO for Data Package
ces\SOP
P
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2015\Courier\SOP for
AQC\NELAC
\NELAC SOPs\N
S
Courier Policies
cies and Procedur
Procedures, 11-29-15 Rev. 18.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs 2015\Courier\SOP for
LAC
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Glassware Preservation,
n, 3-18-15 Rev. 14.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC
\NELAC SOPs
SOP 2014\Courier
Dept\SOP for UPS-Fed Ex Shipments
hipments
ipments for
fo both International and
Domestic Services, 9-30-14 Rev.
3.doc
v. 3.do
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2013\Courier
Dept\SOP for Butanol Odor Intensity Kit, 10-29-13 Rev. 1.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2017\Health &
Safety\Chemical Hygiene Plan, 3-27-17 Rev. 17.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Health &
Safety\SOP for Contingency Plan, 3-14-16 Rev. 7.doc
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3/27/17 - JM
1/30/15 - EM
2/22/17 - APM
5/29/14 - RM
10/03/13 - DL
Rev 2 10/03/13
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2013\Client
Services\SOP for Resolution of Complaints, 10-03-13 Rev. 2.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Client
Services\SOP for Scanning Work Order File Copies, 7-08-16
Rev.4.doc
R
12/22/15 - JH
7/13/16 - LC
Rev 13 7/13/16
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Client Services\SOP for
Laboratory Report Mailing, 7-13-16 Rev. 13.doc
F:\Data\QAQC\NELAC\SOP for Total Particulates
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2012\Client
Services\SOP for Entering Subout Data, 1-19-12 Rev. 3.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Client
Sevices\SOP for Report Invoicing, 6-06-16 Rev. 7.doc
Rev 1
5/23/02
File Name
Effective Review
Date/Initials of
reviewer/Comments
11/04/02 - NB
OBSOLETE; never ran
1/24/12 - GP
Decomissioned. Replaced by
SOP for Subcontracted
Rev 3 Analyses.
01/19/12
Rev 7 6/06/16
6/06/16 - JH
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Client Services
SA Policy
NIOSH 0500
Entering Subout Data
Total Particulates
Air Division
Methods Performed
Client Services
Standard Operating Procedure
Department
EUROFINS SPECTRUM ANALYTICAL
Massachusetts Master List Standard Operating Procedure
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix F
International Soil Handling and Disposal
Health and Safety
OSHA Hazard Communication Standard
Use and Operation of Grinding Mill
Waste Disposal
Use and Operation of the Glass Crusher and Plastic
Shredder
Health and Safety
Health and Safety
Health and Safety
7/13/16 - KL
3/27/17 - JM
10/16/14 - KL
Discontinued; info in CHP,
7/21/06 - CB
8/30/11 - JM
1/07/16 - JC
Discontinued 4/13/16
Rev 7 7/15/16
Rev 4 3/27/17
Rev 2 10/15/14
Rev 1
7/18/06
Rev 0
8/26/11
Rev. 2 1/06/16
Rev. 2 8/04/16
Rev. 0 7/12/06
Rev 5 6/06/16
F:\Data\QAQC\NELAC\SOP Waste Disposal
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2011\Health &
Safety\SOP for Use and Operation of the Glass Crusher and Plastic
Shredder, 8-26-11 Rev. 0.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs 2016\Metals\SOP for Metals by
NiOSH 7300 ICP 1-06-16 Rev 2.doc
N/A
USGS B-9001-95
SW846 3051A
EPA 200.7
EPA 200.8
AutoBlock Plus Maintenance and Operation
Digestion of Biological Tissue-USGS B-9001-95
Digestion of Non-Aqueous Samples via Microwave,
SW846 3051A
Sample Preparation for Metals Determination
Mercury Sample Digestion
Mercury Analysis
Metals by Inductively Coupled Plasma-Atomic
Emission Spectrometry
Metals by Inductively Coupoled Plasma-Mass
Spectrometry (ICP-MS)
Inorganic - Metals
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Metals\SOP for
F:\d
AutoBlock
Plus Maintenance and Operation, 8-04-16 Rev 2.doc
Auto
AutoBl
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs 2006\Metals\SOP for Biological
F:\data
F:\data\QA
Tissue Digestions
7-12-06 Rev.0.doc
Digest
D
Inorganic - Metals
F:\data\QAQC\NEL
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
F:\data\QAQC\NE
SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Metals\SOP for
estion
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N
ueo Samples via Microwave SW846 3051A, 6-06-16
Digestion
Non-Aqueous
Rev. 5.doc
doc
Inorganic - Metals
Inorganic - Metals
Inorganic - Metals
Inorganic - Metals
Inorganic - Metals
Inorganic - Metals
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F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Metals\SOP for
ICP-MS by 200.8, 8-19-16 Rev. 14.doc
Rev 14 8/19/16
Page 3
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8/19/16 - ET
6/06/16 - JC
3/20/17 - JC
EPA 245.1/SW 846 7470A and F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC
AC SO
SOPs 2017\Metals\SOP for Mercury Rev 22 Analysis by EPA 245.1, SW846 7470A and 7471B, 03-20-17 Rev. 22.doc
7471B
3/20/17
Rev 14 6/06/16
1/11/16 - JC
Rev. 5 1/06/16
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Metals\SOP for
Metals by 200.7, 6-06-16 Rev. 14.doc
7/11/16 - JC
Rev 4 7/11/16
6/06/16 - JC
8/04/16 - JC
Discontinued
7/14/06
- JC
8/24/11 - DS
Rev 2 8/20/11
File Name
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2011\Health &
Safety\SOP for Gas Tank Ordering, Storage and Changing, 8-20-11
Rev.2.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Health &
Safety\SOP for Regulated Soil Handling and Disposal, 7-13-16 Rev.
7.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2017\Health &
Safety\SOP for OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, 3-27-17
Rev. 4.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\Health &
Safety\SOP for Use and Operation of Grinding Mill, 10-15-14 Rev.
2.doc
SW846
3005A/3050B/SM2340B, EPA F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
QC\NELAC
NELAC SOPs\N
SOPs\NELA
SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Metals\SOP for Sample
als Determination,
Determina
7
Preparation forr Metals
7-11-16
Rev. 4.doc
200.7, EPA 200.8
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
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245.1, SW846 7470A and
EPA 245.1/SW 846 7470A and Mercury Sample Digestion
doc
7471B, 1-06-16 Rev. 5.doc
7471B
NIOSH method
hodd 7300
Inorganic - Metals
SA Policy
licy
cy
SA Policy
SA Policy
P
OSHA & SA Policies
Analytical procedure for NIOSH method 7300
(modified)
Health and Safety
SA Policy
SA Policy
Methods Performed
Effective Review
Date/Initials of
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Revision
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Standard Operating Procedure
Health and Safety
Department
EUROFINS SPECTRUM ANALYTICAL
Massachusetts Master List Standard Operating Procedure
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix F
General Microbiology Requirements
Hetrotophic Plate Count
SM9215B
Method 1600: Enterococci in Water by Membrane
Filtration using membrane-Enterococcus Indoxyl-ȕ-DGlucoside Agar
EPA 1600
Petroleum Degrader Bacteria
Microbiology
Microbiology
Microbiology
Microbiology
4/14/16 - VIA
Rev 16 4/14/16
Fecal Coliform Membrane Filtration
Microbiology
Discontinued
1/22/09 -CB
Rev 5 1/14/09
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
2009\Microbiology\SOP for Total
QC\NELAC
NELAC SOPs 2009
Coliform Confirmation.doc
rmation.doc
on.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs
LAC SOPs\NELAC
SOPs\NELA SO
2016\Microbiology\SOP
Filtration by SM9222D,
OP for Fecal Coliform
Coli
F
4-14-16 Rev. 16.doc
Microbiology
SAI SOP
N/A
SM9222D
F:\DATA\comp quality assurance manual\section 7 attachment MASTER LIST FOR SOPs
Microbiology
SA Policy
3/15/17 - JOC
Rev 13 3/15/17
Rev. 5
4/15/15
Rev 1 7/17/06
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs
2015\Microbiology\SOP for Method 1600, 4-15-15 Rev. 5.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPS 2006\Microbiology\Petroleum
Degrader Bacteria Test 7-17-06.doc
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7/21/06 - SC
Discontinued
9/27/16 - KL
Rev 25 9/27/16
Discontinued on 10/6/10
2/10/16 - JN
4/07/17 - JN
2/10/16 - JN
7/08/13 - JC
Discontinued 4/13/16
Discontinued
7/14/11 - JN
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC
SOPs
\NELAC S
\NELA
2016\Microbiology\SOP for General
eral Microbiology Requirements, 927-16 Rev. 25.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs
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Rev 0 5/07/07
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\IT\SOP for
F:\data\QAQC\N
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System Change
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ware Syst
han Control, 2-08-16 Rev. 0.doc
F:\PDF Doc
Documents\NELAC
SOPs in PDF - Uncontrolled
Do
nts\NEL
Copies\Microbiology\Old
SOPs\SOP Anaerobic Bacteria
obiology\Old
biology\Old SO
Software System Change Control
SA Policy
Anaerobic Bacteria for UTC Power Space Shuttle
Water
SA Procedure
Confirmation for Total Coliform using Lauryl Tryptose
Broth & Brilliant Green Lactose Bile Broth and E. Coli SM9222B
Using Nutrient Agar with MUG
SM9222G, MI Agar
IT
Rev 6
- 4/07/17
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2017\IT\SOP for
F:\data\QA
F:\dat
System Maintenance Procedures, 4-07-17 Rev. 6.doc
Agawam IT S
Agawam IT System Maintenance Procedures
IT
Rev 9 2/08/16
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\IT\SOP for
Laboratory Computers, 2-08-16 Rev. 9.doc
La
SA Policy
Laboratory Computers
IT
SA Policy
icy
cy
Instrument Data Backup Procedure
NIOSH
OSH 6009
Mercury Analysis in Air by Modified NIOSH 6009
Inorganic - Metals
IT
Rev 0 7/08/13
Rev 4 7/08/11
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2013\Metals\SOP for
Mercury Analysis in Air by Modified NIOSH 6009, 7-08-13 Rev.
0.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2011\IT\SOP for
Instrument Data Backup Procedure, 7-08-11 Rev.4.doc
Discontinued
9/8/08 - JC
Rev 0 08/28/08
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2008\Metals
N/A
N
SOP for the Operation of the Hydra Prep Automated
Mercury Preparation System
Inorganic - Metals
6/06/16 - JC
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Metals\SOP for
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SOP for Metals by Inductively Coupoled Plasma
asma (ICP)
SW846 6010C, SM2340B
SW846 6010C, SM2340B
Inorganic - Metals
Rev 12 6/06/16
Rev 2 8/04/16
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Metals\SOP for
Labware Cleaning for Trace Metals Analysis, 8-04-16 Rev. 2.doc
8/04/16 - JC
6/06/16 - KL
Rev 10 6/06/16
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Metals\SOP for Metals
by ICP-MS SW846 6020A, 06-06-16 Rev. 10.doc
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Inorganic - Metals
SW846-6020A
Methods Performed
Metals by Inductively Coupoled Plasma-Mass
Spectrometry (ICP-MS)
Standard Operating Procedure
Inorganic - Metals
Department
EUROFINS SPECTRUM ANALYTICAL
Massachusetts Master List Standard Operating Procedure
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix F
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Microbiology\SOP for
IDEXX Colilert SM9223B Rev. 1, 10-12-16.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Admin\SOP for
Laboratory Support Equipment Calibration, Rev. 0, 2-22-16
Total and E.coli by SM92223B using IDEXX Colilert SM92223B
M92223B Colilert
Coli
SA Policy
SA Policy
SA Policy
SOP for Laboratory Support Equipment Calibration
Refrigerator Thermometers and Temperature Probe
Program
Establishment and Reporting of Detection Limits
Ethyleneddiaminetetraacetate
Hydrogen Peroxide
Inorganic Department for UN Oxidizer Test By
Method SW846 1040
Inorganic Dept. for Oxidizer Test
Persulfate by Spectrophotometer
SOP for Bulk Density ASTM D 1895B
SOP for Ferrous Iron
SOP for Oxidation-Reduction Potential
Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance
R&D / Treatability
R&D / Treatability
R&D / Treatability
R&D / Treatability
R&D / Treatability
R&D / Treatability
R&D / Treatability
R&D / Treatability
F:\DATA\comp quality assurance manual\section 7 attachment MASTER LIST FOR SOPs
ASTM D 1068-03
ASTM D 1895B
SA SOP
SW846 1040
SA Po
Policy
1/17/17 - KL
7/18/16 - KL
Rev. 8 1/17/17
Rev. 4 7/18/16
2/22/16 - SMR
10/12/16 - VIA
7/27/10 CW
01/19/07 - CW
Discontinued
2/08/13 - ML
Rev. 0
7/27/10
Rev 0 1/16/07
Rev 4 2/07/13
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2010\Treatability &
Forensics\SOP for Bulk Density ASTM D 1895B 7-21-10 Rev. 0
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2007\R&D Treatability\SOP Ferrous Iron ASTM.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2013\Treatability and
Forensics\SOP for Oxidation-Reduction Potential, 2-07-13
Rev.4.doc
Page 5
Revision 4/27/2017
1/24/14 - CW
Rev 2 1/20/14
ELA SOPs 2014\Treatability and
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC
Forensics\SOP for Persulfate, 1-20-14 Rev. 2.doc
7/21/06 - JOC Discontinued
9/20/13 per CW
Rev 2 7/21/06
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs in PDF - Un
Uncontrolled Copies\Wet
Unco
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Oxidizer Test Rev.2. 7-21-06
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11-17-08
Rev.1.doc
11-17-08
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OP for Hydr
Hydrogen Peroxide Rev.2. 8-21-09.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
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NELAC SOPs
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Chemistry\SOP
Department UN Oxidizer Test Rev.0. 3 Rev. 0 - 3/13/07 - JOC Discontinued
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norganic De
Departm
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3/13/07
5/07/15 per CW
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F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2017\Admin\SOP for
Refrigerator Thermometers and Temperature Probe Program, 1-17R
Rev. 8.doc
17 R
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F:\d
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Establi
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Rev 1 10/12/16
Rev. 0 2/22/16
Rev 2 5/26/15
Microbiology
5/26/15 - VIA
Rev 2 8/07/15
..\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2015\Microbiology\SOP for
E.coli by Method 1603, 8-07-15 Rev. 2.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs
2015\Microbiology\SOP for pH Orion EA940 Microbiological
Medias, 05-26-15 Rev. 2.doc
pH Orion EA940 for Microbiological Medias
8/11/15 - JOC
Rev 13 2/15/17
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Method 1603
Discontinued
4/10/10 - JOC
Rev.8
4/5/10
2/15/17 - JOC
Effective Review
Date/Initials of
reviewer/Comments
Revision
No.
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs
2017\Microbiology\SOP for Method 1604, 2-15-17 Rev. 13.doc
Microbiology
Microbiology
Method 1604
SM9222B
File Name
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs
2010\Microbiology\SOP Total Coliform Membrane Filtration
SM9222B 4-5-10 Rev.8.doc
Microbiology
Total Coliform Membrane Filtration
Microbiology
Methods Performed
Total Coliforms and E. Coli in water by Membrane
Filtration Using a Simultaneous Detection Technique
(MI Medium)
Method 1603: Escherichia coli (E.coli) in Water by
Membrane Filtration Using Modified Membranebrane
braneThermotolerant Escherichia coli Agar (modified
modified
odif
mTEC)
Standard Operating Procedure
Department
EUROFINS SPECTRUM ANALYTICAL
Massachusetts Master List Standard Operating Procedure
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix F
SM 4500-KMnO4
SOP for Potassium Permanganate in Water
R&D / Treatability
ASTM D
D1429-95 (1999)
ASTM
TM D2196-99
D2196
SA Policy
SA Policy
SA Policy
eter
ter by
SOP for Specific Gravity of Water Pycnometer
ASTM D1429-95 (1999)
SOP for Viscosity by ASTM D2196-99
Daily Conductivity Checks on Laboratory Reagent
Grade Water
Daily Conductivity Checks on Laboratory Reagent
Grade Water
Sample Selection, Preparation and Compositing
Sample Documentation Procedures
Sample Handling
Sample Documentation and Login Procedure
R&D / Treatability
R&D / Treatability
R&D / Treatability
R&D / Treatability
Sample Dept.
Sample Dept.
Sample Dept.
Sample Dept.
Sample Dept.
Rev 3 1/22/14
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\Treatability and
Forensics\SOP for Potassium Permanganate 1-22-14 Rev. 3
Rev 7 2/13/14
Rev 24 8/05/16
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
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2-1
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Rev. 7.doc
NE
NELAC
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC
SOPs 2016\Sample
i and Login, 8-05-16 Rev.
Dept\SOP for Sample Documentation
24.doc
F:\DATA\comp quality assurance manual\section 7 attachment MASTER LIST FOR SOPs
Rev 19
2/03/17
Rev 3 3/1/10
C\NELAC
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SOP
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F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
2010\Sample Department\SOP
Sample Documentation
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F:\data\QAQ
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Departm
Department\SO
3-12-14 Rev. 6
Rev 3 1/20/14
Rev. 0 12/3/09
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPS 2009\Treatability and
Forensics\Viscosity 12-3-09 Rev. 0
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\Treatability and
Forensics\SOP for Daily Conductivity Checks, 1-20-14 Rev. 3.doc
1/27/14 - CW Discontinued
4/26/17
Rev 1 1/23/14
Page 6
Revision 4/27/2017
2/03/17 - SM
8/05/2016 - KW
2/25/14 - KEW
Discontinued, consolidated
with Sample Documentation
and Login Procedure
4/03/15
3/12/14 - CW
3/31/10 KEW
Discontinued, consolidated
with Sample Login SOP
10/25/13
SOP re-issued under
Treatability Dept effective
4/04/13
1/24/14 - ML
1/5/10 - CW Discontinued
5/07/15 per CW
1/27/14 - CW Discontinued
4/26/17
Rev 1 1/23/14
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\Treatability and
Forensics\SOP for Specific Gravity Soil by ASTM D 854-02, 1-2314 Rev. 1.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\Treatability and
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3510C, 3580A, 3550C, 3540C, F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2017\SVOC\SOP for
3545A, 3546
SVOC Sample Preparations, 2-03-17 Rev. 19.doc
SA Policy
SA Policy
SA Policy
ASTM D854-02
Wa
SOP for Specific Gravity of Soil/Solids byy Water
Pycnometer by ASTM D854-02
Semi-Volatile Organic Dept SOP for SVOC Sample Preparations
12-4-09 - CW Discontinued
5/07/15 per CW
Rev 0 12-3-09
File Name
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2009\R&D Treatability\SOP for Ozone in Water by Indigo Colormetric Method
SM4500-O3B Rev. 0 12-3-09.doc
1/27/14 - CW
Effective Review
Date/Initials of
reviewer/Comments
Revision
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SM4500-O3B
Methods Performed
SOP for Ozone in Water by Indigo Colormetric
Method SM4500-O3B Rev. 0 12-3-09
Standard Operating Procedure
R&D / Treatability
Department
EUROFINS SPECTRUM ANALYTICAL
Massachusetts Master List Standard Operating Procedure
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix F
Standard Operating Procedure
Methods Performed
Determination of Glycol/Alcohol in Soil and Water
Determination of Petroleum Range Hydrocarbons (FLPRO)
FL-PRO
DRO Modified 8015D
Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons (EPH)
Extractable Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (CT-ETPH) CT-ETPH
Gel Permeation Chromatography (GPC)
Haloacetic Acids in Drinking Water by Liquid-Liquid
Extraction and Derivatization by GC/ECD - EPA 552.2 EPA Method 552.2
Labware Cleanup
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
C
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F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2017\SVOC\SOP for
F:\data\QAQC\N
DRO by 8015D, 22-03-17 Rev. 7.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\SVOC\SOP for
F:\da
FL PRO,
PRO 1-23-14 Rev. 5.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\SVOC\SOP for
Glycols-Alcohols by 8015D, 8-04-16 Rev. 10.doc
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Herbicides by 8151A, 2-03-17 Rev. 17.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\SVOC\SOP for
504.1, 11-22-16 Rev. 12.doc
..\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2017\SVOC\SOP for PCBs
by 8082A-608, 2-03-17 Rev. 27.doc
ME DRO
EPA Method 1664B
Gravimetric Procedure
SA Policy
Method 3640
F:\Data\QAQC\NELAC\SOP for MEDRO
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\SVOC\SOP for
EPA 1664B, 10-20-16 Rev. 12.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2015\SVOC\SOP for
Lab Ware Cleanup, 08-12-15 Rev. 3.doc
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F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
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2006\SV
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F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
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14 Rev.
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Massachusetts DEP Method for ..\QAQC\NELAC
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CAM EPH, 2-22-17
22-17 Rev. 22.doc
22.d
8015D Modified
SW846 8015D Mod.
Mod
F:\DATA\comp quality assurance manual\section 7 attachment MASTER LIST FOR SOPs
Oil & Grease/Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH)
Maine DRO
Chlorinated Herbicides Acids and Esters by Gas
Chromatography/ECD SW846 8151A
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
SW846
46 8151A
815
1,2-Dibromethane (EDB), 1,2-Dibro-3-Chloropropane
opropane
propane
(DBCP) in Water by Microextraction and Gas
Chromatography (GC/ECD)
EPA
Method 504.1
A Met
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
EPA Methods 608, SW846
8082A
as
Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) by Gas
Chromatography (GC/ECD)
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2008\SVOC\SOP TO13A 03-20-08 Rev.0
F:\Data\QAQC\NELAC SOPS 2005\SOP for Organic Lead By
Modified 8270C 3-1-05.doc
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Semi-Volatile Organic Dept Air
TO-13A
Semi-Volatile Organic
Organic Lead by GAS Chromatography Mass
Dept.
Spectrometry: Capillary Column Technique
SW846 8270C Mod.
Department
EUROFINS SPECTRUM ANALYTICAL
Massachusetts Master List Standard Operating Procedure
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix F
Rev 1 3/31/03
Rev 12 10/20/16
Rev. 3 8/12/15
Rev. 6 6/02/15
Rev. 0 8/25/06
Rev 7 1/23/14
Rev 22 2/22/17
Rev 7 2/03/17
Rev 5 1/23/14
Rev 10 8/04/16
Rev 17 2/03/17
Rev 12 11/22/16
Rev 27 2/03/17
Rev 004/22/08
Rev 03/14/05
Revision
No.
Page 7
Revision 4/27/2017
10/20/16 - KL
4/04/03 - NB
Discontinued
8/12/15 - SM
6/02/15 - SM
Discontinued
9/22/06 - JD
1/24/14 - SM
2/27/17 - SM
2/03/17 - SM
1/27/14 - SM
Discontinued
8/04/16 - SM
2/03/17 - SM
11/22/16 - SM
02/03/17 - SM
Discontinued
08/29/08 - JG
Discontinued
3/14/05 - CW
Effective Review
Date/Initials of
reviewer/Comments
Organochlorine Pesticides by Gas Chromatography
matography
(GC/ECD) in Ambient Air
Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) by Gas
Chromatography (GC/ECD) in Ambient Air
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
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Method 8011
SOP for 8011
Rev 1 3/20/08
Rev 0 3/16/10
Rev 23 2/03/17
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SW846 8270D, 2-03-17 Rev. 27.doc
F:\
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Rev 27 2/03/17
Rev. 2 11/15/13
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\SVOC\SOP for EPA 625 Rev 8 Method, 10-21-16 Rev. 8.doc
10/21/16
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2008\SVOC\SOP for
TO-4A Polychlorinated Biphenyls in Ambient Air
F:\data\QAQC\ NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2010\SVOC\SOP TO4A Organochlorine Pesticides in Air 3-16-10 Rev. 0
Effective Review
Date/Initials of
reviewer/Comments
11/18/13 - DS
2/03/17 - SM
10/21/16 - KL
3/20/08 - TG
Discontinued
3/16/10 - DS Discontinued
2/03/17 - SM
Rev 10 - 12/03/13 - SM Discontinued
12/02/13
5/09/16
Revision
No.
Sulfuric Acid Cleanup
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Method 3665A
Method 3660B
F:\DATA\comp quality assurance manual\section 7 attachment MASTER LIST FOR SOPs
Sulfur Cleanup using Copper
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs 2006\SVOC\SOP for Method 3665A
Sulfuric Acid Cleanup
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs 2006\SVOC\SOP Copper Cleanup 911-06 Rev No.0.doc
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Rev. 0 9/11/06
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9/22/06 - JD
SOP for Determination of Petroleum Range
F:\data\
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F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\SVOC\SOP for
Rev. 4 NJ TPH
25-08
1/23/14 1/24/14 - SM Discontinued
NJ-TPH Method
Method, 1-23-14 Rev. 4.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
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Rev. 2 il Cleanup,
Clean 3-20-1
Clea
SOP for Florisil Cleanup
Florisil
3-20-14 Rev. 2.doc
3/20/14
3/27/14 - SM
Method 3620C
NJ DEP Method for the
Determination of Extractable
Petroleum Hydrocarbons
C\NELAC
LAC SOPs\
SOPs\NELA
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\SVOC\SOP for
Rev. 6 SOP for NJ DEP Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons (EPH), October, 2009
Revision:2
NJ EPH, 1-23-14 Rev.. 6.doc
1/23/14
1/24/14 - SM
(EPH)
AC SOPs
OPs 2006\SVOC\
2006\SV
SOP for Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds in
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
2006\SVOC\SOP Biological Tissue
Rev.0 Discontinued
ysis
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10-04-06
Biological Tissue by Gas Chromatography
SW846 8270C 8081A and 8082 for Semi-Volatile Analysis
10/04/06
11/03/06 CW
OPs 2008\SVOC\
8\SVOC
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs
2008\SVOC\SOP
for Texas TPH 1005 Rev. 0- 22-11-08 JG
SOP for Texas TPH 1005
2-11-08 Rev. 0
11-08
Discontinued
1005
08\S
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs 2008\SVOC\SOP
for Texas TPH 1006 Rev. 0- 22-11-08 JG
SOP for Texas TPH 1006
2-11-08 Rev. 0
11-08
Discontinued
1006
W846 8270D
EPA Method SW846
EPA Method 625
EPA TO-4A
T
EPA
Method TO-4A
E
Semivolatile Organic Compounds by GAS
Chromatography Mass Spectrometry: Capillary
Column Technique EPA 625
Semivolatile Organic Compounds by GAS
Chromatography Mass Spectrometry: Capillary
Column Technique SW846 8270D
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
EPA Methods 608
SW846 8081B
Organochlorine Pesticides by Gas Chromatography
(GC/ECD) EPA Method 608 & SW-846 Method
8081B
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2013\SVOC\SOP for
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EPA Method 525.2
Methods Performed
Organic Compounds in Drinking Water by LiquidSolid Extraction and Capillary Column GC/MS
Standard Operating Procedure
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Department
EUROFINS SPECTRUM ANALYTICAL
Massachusetts Master List Standard Operating Procedure
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix F
SOP for VPH and GRO
Analysis of 1,4-Dioxane
Analysis of Maine Gasoline Range Organics (ME
GRO) by Maine Health nad Environmental Testing
Laboratory
Analysis of Gasoline Range Organics (GRO) C6-C10 GRO by 8015D
5D
D
Analysis of Volatile Organic Compounds by EPA 624
and the Massachusetts Water Resource Act
EPA 624
Analysisof Volatile Organic Compounds by EPA 524.2
& MADEP WSC-CAM-II A
EPA Methods 524.2
Volatile Organic
Department
Volatile Organic
Department
Volatile Organic
Department
Volatile Organic
Department
Volatile Organic
Department
Z-Nose Screening of Aqueous Samples
Electronic Logbooks in VOC Department
% Nitric Acid % Hydrofluoric Acid
Acidity
Alkalinity
Volatile Organic
Department
Volatile Organic
Department
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
SM2320B
SM2310B
MCA - 223 SA SOP
SA Procedure
SA Procedure
Rev 0 3/26/08
Rev 1 1/27/16
Rev 3 7/21/06
Rev 7 9/16/13
Rev 11 8/04/16
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
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Nose Screening
SOPs 2016\VOC\SOP for
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SO
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Electronic Logbooks in the Airr and VOC Department,
1-27-16 Rev.
1.doc
Method discontinued as of 05/15/08 per JOC - SOP Removed from
Dept.
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2013\Wet Chem\SOP
for Acidity SM2310B, 9-16-13 Rev.7.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Wet
Chemistry\SOP for Alkalinity by SM2320B, 8-04-16 Rev. 11.docx
Rev 18 6/06/16
Rev 11 10/24/16
Rev 0 11/30/16
Rev 0 8/02/04
QC\NELAC
\NELAC SOPs\NELAC
SOPs
S
SW 846 8260C MADEP WSC- F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs 2016\VOC\SOP for
60C 6-06-16 Rev.
Rev 18.doc
18.d
CAM-II A
SW846 8260C
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F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\VOC\SOP for
F:\data
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624, 10-2
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F:\QAQC\NELAC SOPs 2004\ME GRO SOP 2004 8-02-04.doc
Rev 13 10/24/16
F:\DATA\comp quality assurance manual\section 7 attachment MASTER LIST FOR SOPs
VOC by EPA 8260C & MADEP SC-CAM-II-A
Rev. 5 1/27/14
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\VOC\SOP for
F:\data\QAQC\N
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2, 10-24-16
10-24-1
10-24- Rev.
v. 13.doc
E GRO
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Volatile Organic
Department
SVOC Logbook Preparation
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\SVOC\SOP for
TPH by 8100, 1-27-14 Rev. 5.doc
File Name
Revision
No.
1/27/14 - SM
Effective Review
Date/Initials of
reviewer/Comments
Page 9
Revision 4/27/2017
8/04/16 - CW
9/20/13 - NL
7/21/06 - JO
Discontinued
2/02/16 - SB
Discontinued
3/26/08 - WB
6/06/16 - KL
10/24/16 - EK
10/24/16 - KL
11/30/16 - EK
Discontinued
02/08/05 - KW
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPS 2005\SVOC\SOP EPH-TPH Standard Rev 3 - Discontinued
3/30/06Preparation Procedure.doc
09/23/05
SM
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2012\SVOC\SOP for
Rev 0 SA Procedure
SVOC Logbooks Preparation, 12-17-12 Rev. 0.doc
12/17/12
12/18/12 - SM
MADEP WSC-CAM-IV A and F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2015\VOC\SOP for
Rev 11 GRO by 8015D
MADEP VPH, 4-07-15 Rev. 11.doc
4-07-15
4/07/15 - EK
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2013\VOC\SOP for
VOC Analysis of 1,4-Dioxane by Modified 8260C, 3-06-13
Rev 7 Rev.7.doc
3/06/13
3/07/13 - GA
8260C Mod.
EPA 826
SA Procedure
Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons and 8270 Standard
Preparation
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Volatile Organic
Department
SW846 8100M
Methods Performed
Total ExtractablePetroleum Hydrocarbons (SW846
8100M)
Standard Operating Procedure
Semi-Volatile Organic
Dept.
Department
EUROFINS SPECTRUM ANALYTICAL
Massachusetts Master List Standard Operating Procedure
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix F
Ammonia by Flow injection
Ammonia Nitrogen as N
ASTM Leaching by Modified ASTM D 3987-06
Biochemical Oxygen Demand
Calcium Hardness
Carbon Dioxide & Forms of Alkalinity (calc)
Chemical Oxygen Demand
Chloride
Color by Colorimetric-Platinum-Cobalt
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Rev 10 1/22/14
Rev 0 5/30/14
Rev 12 10/12/16
Rev 1 11/22/10
Rev 0 6/8/09
Rev 8 10/17/16
Rev 3 7/11/06
Rev 3 9/26/14
Rev 1 11/12/13
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Wet Chem\SOP
for Ammonia by EPA 350.1 & LACHAT, 10-14-16 Rev. 7.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\Wet Chem\SOP
for Ammonia Nitrogen by SM4500-NH3-B,C, 1-22-14 Rev. 10
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\Wet Chem\SOP
for ASTM Leaching, 5-30-14 Rev. 0.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Wet
Chemistry\SOP for BOD by SM5210B, 10-12-16 Rev. 12.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2010\Wet Chem\SOP
for Ca Hardness SM3500-Ca-B Rev.1 11-22-10.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2009\Wet
Chemistry\SOP Carbon Dioxide and Forms of Alkalinity by
Caluclation SM4500-CO2D
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Wet Chem\SOP
for COD by HACH 8000, 10-17-16 Rev. 8.doc
F:\Data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs 2006\Wet Chemistry\SOP
F
CHLORIDE.doc
CHL
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\Wet Chem\SOP
F:\data\QA
F:\data
SM2120B, 9-26-14 Rev.3.doc
for Colo
Color by S
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs 2013\Wet Chemistry\SOP for
\data\QAQC\N
ta\QAQC
Corrosivity
sivity as
a Langelier
ngelier Saturation Index, Aggressive Index, Ryznar
Stability Index
I x 11-12-13 Rev.
Re
R 1
EPA 350.1
SM4500-NH3-B,C, 20th
Edition
SM 4500-O G
Determination of % Solids
Dissolved Oxygen
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
F:\DATA\comp quality assurance manual\section 7 attachment MASTER LIST FOR SOPs
SM2540G Modified
Cyanides Amenable to Chlorination
Wet Chemistry
Rev 3 07/09/15
Rev 2 2/11/14
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\Wet Chem\SOP
Dissolved Oxygen by SM4500-O G, 2-11-14 Rev. 2.doc
Wet Chemistry
Obsolete, combined into 335.4 and 9012A
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2015\Wet Chem\SOP
Determination of % Solids Rev. 3 07-09-15.doc
Rev 2 2/24/11
SOPs 2011\Wet
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SO
er Package Data Upload and Package
Chemistry\SOP for Cyanidee Tier
Preparation 2-24-11 Rev. 2.doc
Cyanide Tier Package Data Upload and Preparation for
ASP-B and CLP-Like Deliverables
SA Policy
SM4500 CN G/ EPA 335.1
Rev 14 8/06/15
C\NELAC
LAC SOPs\
SOPs\NELA SOPs 2015\Wet Chem\SOP
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs\NELAC
35.4-9012B,
9012B, 8-06-15
8-06- Rev.
R 14.doc
for Cyanide by 335.4-9012B,
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Corrosivity as Langalier Saturation Index, Aggressive
Index, Ryznar Index
SM 18-19 2330B
Cyanide (aqueous & drinking water) by EPA
335.4/9012B (Total Cyanide, Extractable Cyanide as
TCLP/SPLP, WAD, Amenable, PAC, and Soluble
Cyanide
EPA 335.4/9012B
SM 2120B
SM4500-Cl B
HACH 8000
SM4500-CO2D
00-CO2D
0-CO2D
SM3500-Ca-B
SM3500-C
SM5210B
SM5210
SM5
ASTM D 3987-06
AS
C
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Rev 7 10/14/16
File Name
Methods Performed
U
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Standard Operating Procedure
Department
Revision
No.
EUROFINS SPECTRUM ANALYTICAL
Massachusetts Master List Standard Operating Procedure
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix F
Page 10
Revision 4/27/2017
2/11/14 - DB
07/10/15 - TD
Discontinued
3/01/11 - EE Discontinued
8/10/15 - RT
11/14/13 - CW
9/30/14 - TD
10/18/16 - CW
7/18/06 - YV
Discontinued
6/08/09 - CW
10/12/16 - RT
11/29/2010
Discontinued
6/03/14 - CW
1/27/14 - CW
10/14/16 - CW
Effective Review
Date/Initials of
reviewer/Comments
Hydrogen Sulfide Un-ionized Fraction by Calculation
Using SM4500-S2- H.
SM4500-S2- H
ASTM D2974/
T267
SM 2540G
SM4500-NO3-E
Ignitability
Ignitability
Inorganic Anions by Ion Chromatography
Iodine
Loss of Ignition ASTM
Loss of Ignition SM 2540 G
Nitrate Nitrogen Manual Cadmium Reduction
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
F:\DATA\comp quality assurance manual\section 7 attachment MASTER LIST FOR SOPs
EPA 345.1
EPA Method 300.0
SW846 1030
40 CFR 261.21
Discontinued
02/01/05 - AW
Rev 18
4/21/17
Rev 1
6/19/03
NELAC
AC SOPs\NELAC
SOPs\NE
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs 2017\Wet
ions by Ion Chromatoghy
C
Chrom
Chemistry\SOP forr Anions
EPA 300.0, 4-21-17
Rev. 18.doc
F:\DATA\QAQC\NELAC\SOP
OP
P Iodine
Iodin
Method discontinued as of 05/15/08 per JOC
(no longer in use, using Total, Fixed, Volatile Solids SOP as of
11/15/06)
11/15/06 - JO Discontinued
Rev 4 7/19/06
Page 11
Revision 4/27/2017
01/26/05 - LN Discontinued
7/22/08 - JO
Rev 1
2/19/03
Rev 4 3/18/08
4/21/17 - CW
Rev 4 6/06/16
AQC\NELAC
\NELAC SOPs\N
S
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs\NELAC
SOPs 2016\Wet
SOP for Ignitability
Ignitabilit by SW846 1030, 6-06-16 Rev. 4.doc
Chemistry\SOP
AASHTO F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2006\Wet
Chemistry\SOP Loss on Ignition ASTM Rev. 4 03-18-08.doc
Discontinued
03/10/11 - JO
Rev 0 3/07/11
6/06/16 - CW
2/8/10 - CW
3/14/14 - CW
Rev. 0 2/3/10
Rev 8 3/13/14
2/1/12 - CW
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\Wet Chem\SOP
for Hexavalent Chromium in Water, 3-13-14 Rev. 8.doc
F:\da
F:\dat
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2010\Wet Chem\SOP
Hydro
for Hydrogen
Sulfide Fraction By Calculation by SM4500-S 2-3-10
Rev.0.d
Rev.0.doc
F:\data\QA
F:\data\QAQC\
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2011\Wet
f Ignitability by 40 CFR 261.21 Rev 0, 3-07Chemistry\SOP for
doc
oc
11.doc
C
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SM3500-Cr B/SW846
W846 7196A
Hexavalent Chromium for Water - Colorimetric
Method
Wet Chemistry
Rev 9 1/27/12
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2012\Wet Chem\SOP
for Hexavalent Chromium in Soils 1-27-12 Rev.9.doc
Alkaline
Method
aline Digestio
Digestion Me
SW846 7196A/3060A
Hexavalent Chromium for Soils
Wet Chemistry
9/20/14 - CAW
Rev. 0 6/20/14
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\Wet Chem\SOP for
Formaldehyde by NIOSH 3500, 6-20-14 Rev. 0.doc
NIOSH 350
3500
Formaldehyde by NIOSH 3500
Wet Chemistry
Discontinued
01/25/05 - YV
Rev 2 4/15/02
F:\Data\QAQC\NELAC\SOP for Fluoride
SM4500-F C
SM45
Fluoride
Wet Chemistry
9/27/13 - TD
Rev 9 9/26/13
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F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2013\Wet Chem\SOP
for Flashpoint by SW846-1010A, 9-26-13 Rev. 9.doc
SW846 1010A
Flash Point by Pensky-Martens Closed Cup
Wet Chemistry
CW - 12/02/14
Rev. 4 11/13/14
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\Wet Chem\SOP
for Ferrous Iron by SM3500-Fe-B, 11-13-14 Rev. 4.doc
SM3500-Fe B
Ferrous Iron (Phenanthroile Method)
Wet Chemistry
7/15/10 - JC
Effective Review
Date/Initials of
reviewer/Comments
Rev 2 7/12/10
File Name
Revision
No.
F:\QAQC\NELAC SOPS 2010\Wet Chem\Grain Size ASTM D421422.doc
ASTM D 421/422
Dry Preparation Of Soil Samples for Particle Size
Analysis (Grain Size Analysis)
Wet Chemistry
Methods Performed
Standard Operating Procedure
Department
EUROFINS SPECTRUM ANALYTICAL
Massachusetts Master List Standard Operating Procedure
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix F
Discontinued 1/09/14
1/17/13 - JOC
Rev 2 1/15/13
Rev 7 4/07/17
Rev 6 8/04/16
Rev 1 12/18/13
Rev 1 9/17/13
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2017\Wet Chem\SOP
F:\data\QA
F:\data\QAQC\
for Phosphorus in
i Water ASTM D515-88(A) 4-07-17 Rev.7.doc
Obsolete,
lete, combined
com ed into 335.4 and 9012A
co
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs 2016\Wet
QA C\NELAC
\NELAC SOPs\NELAC
SO
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Chemistry\SOP
8-04-16 Rev. 6.doc
SOP
P for Reactivity,
Reacti
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2013\Wet Chem\SOP
AQC\NELAC
NELAC SOPs\NE
SOPs
for Salinity byy SM2520,
Rev.
2520, 12-18-13
12-18
Re 1.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs 2013\Wet Chem\SOP
AC SOPs\NELAC
OPs\NELAC SOP
for Settleable Solids SM2540F,
M2540F,
2540F, 9-17-13
9-17-1 Rev. 1.doc
SM2510B
Physiologically Available Cyanide (PAC)
Reactivity (Cyanide and Sulfide)
Salinity
Settleable Solids
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs 2006\Wet
Chemistry\SOP Soil
2006
2006\We
Extraction and FID Classification of SoiL Samples for VOC
Soil Extraction and FID Classification of Soil Samples
for VOC Analysis
SW846 5030 and SW846 5035 Analysis Rev.1 07-10-06.doc
EPA Method 375.4
Phosphorous in Water Colorimetric Ascorbic Acid
Reduction Method
Specific Conductance using Accumet Meter
Sulfate
Specific Conductance using SevenMulti MettlerToledo
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
F:\Data\QAQC\NELAC\SOP for Phosphorous by Lachat
10-115-01-1-D
1-D
Extraction Procedure
cedure with
SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2013\Wet Chem\SOP
A Colorimetric
olorimetr F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
F:\
Phosphorous Fractionation of Sediments for Loosely- ASTM D515-88A
Analysis
for Phosphorus
Fractionation, 1-15-13 Rev. 2.doc
Ph
P
Sorbed and Iron-Bound Phosphorous
Wet Chemistry
Discontinued
7/6/06 - AW
Discontinued
02/01/05 - AW
Rev 3 7/5/06
Rev 1 6/5/2003
Phosphorous
Wet Chemistry
10/17/13 - TD
Rev 9 10/15/13
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2013\Wet Chem\SOP
for pH by ASTM 1293-99B, 10-15-13 Rev. 9.doc
ASTM 1293-99
B
129
pH by ASTM 1293-99B
Wet Chemistry
SM2510B
SM2540F
SM 2520
SW 846 7.3
SA SOP
ASTM D515-88(A)
F:\DATA\comp quality assurance manual\section 7 attachment MASTER LIST FOR SOPs
Phosphorous by Flow Injection Analysis
EPA Method 365.2
365
obsolete - combined with Seven Multi SOP 8-20-09
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs 2006\Wet Chemistry\SOP SULFATE
7-21-06 Rev.3.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Wet
Chemistry\SOP for Specific Conductance SM2510B, 10-12-16 Rev.
5.doc
C
op
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Method discontinued as of 05/15/08 per JOC
10/12/16 - KL
Rev 5 10/12/16
Page 12
Revision 4/27/2017
Discontinued
11/15/06 - JO
Discontinued
Rev 1
7/10/06
Rev 2 7/19/06
Rev 3 7/21/06
7/10/06 - JOC
9/20/13 - TD
12/30/13 - CW
8/04/16 - CW
Discontinued
4/07/17 - RT
10/14/16 - CW
Rev 6 10/14/16
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Wet
Chemistry\SOP for pH in Soil SW846 9045D, 10-14-16 Rev. 6.doc
SW 846
8 9045D
pH in Soil
Wet Chemistry
7/31/06 - JO
EPA 9095B
U
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SM4500 NO2, B
Rev. 1 7/31/06
Paint Filter/Free Liquids
Wet Chemistry
5/08/14 - RT
Rev 6 4/24/14
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2006\Wet
Chemistry\SOP Paint Filter 9095B 7-31-06 Rev. 1.doc
Nitrite Nitrogen Colorimetric Method
Wet Chemistry
EPA 353.2 10-107-04-1-B
File Name
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\Wet Chem\SOP
for Nitrate & Nitrite by EPA 353.2 & 10-107-04-1-B, 4-24-14 Rev.
6.doc
Discontinued
Nitrate/Nitrite-N by Flow Injection Analysis
Wet Chemistry
Methods Performed
Effective Review
Date/Initials of
reviewer/Comments
Revision
No.
Obsolete, removed from use 1/05/11
Standard Operating Procedure
Department
EUROFINS SPECTRUM ANALYTICAL
Massachusetts Master List Standard Operating Procedure
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix F
SM 4500 SO3(-2), B 19th Ed.
SW846 1312
SM 22150B
SM
M 2540G
SM 4500 Cl-G
SW 846 9012B
SM2340C
Sulfide
Sulfite
Synthetic Precipitation Leaching Procedure
dure
ure (SPLP)
Threshold Odor
Fixed and Total Volatile Solids in Solid Matrices
Total and Free Residual Chlorine
Total and Free Residual Chlorine
Total Cyanide, WAD, Amenable Cyanide & PAC by
Flow Injection Analysis for Soil & Solid Products
Total Dissolved Solids
Total Dissolved Solids
Total Hardness
TOTAL KJEDAHL NITROGEN By Flow Injection
Analysis Colorimetric EPA 351.2 Lachat QuikChem
Method 10-107-06-2-E
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
File Name
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs 2006\Wet Chemistry\SOP SULFIDE
376.1 Rev. 3 07-19-06.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Wet
Chemistry\SOP for Sulfide by SM4500-S2-D & EPA 376.2, 6-15-16
Rev. 6.doc
Rev 5 8/13/09
Rev 8 12/30/16
Rev 9 4/10/17
Rev 6
6/14/16
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs 2009\Wet
AC SOPs\NELAC SOP
Chemistry\SOP for Totall Hardness by SM2
SM2340C
SM234 Rev.5. 8-13-09.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC
2016\Wet
s\NELAC
\NELAC SOPs
S
Chemistry\SOP for TKN by Flow
Injection Analysis, 351.2, Lachat,
w Inj
12-30-16 Rev. 8.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2017\Wet Chem\SOP
for TKN by SM4500-NH3 C, 4-10-17 Rev. 9.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Wet
Chemistry\SOP for TOC by Lloyd Kahn Method, 06-14-16 Rev.
6.doc
EPA 351.2, 10-107-06-2-E
SM4500-NH3-C, SM4500NorgB
Lloyd Kahn Method
Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen Organic Nitrogen
Total Organic and Inorganic Carbon by Lloyd Kahn
Method
F:\DATA\comp quality assurance manual\section 7 attachment MASTER LIST FOR SOPs
Rev 5 7/7/06
F:\Data\QAQC\NELAC
2006\Wet Chemistry\SOP TDS EPA
QC\NELAC
NELAC SOPs 200
160-SM2540C.doc
doc
EPA 160.1
C
op
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Rev. 11 10/15/14
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
data\QAQC\
ta\QAQC
LA SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\Wet Chem\SOP
for Total
al Dissolved
Di
D
ved Solids
Solid by SM2540C, 10-15-14 Rev. 11.doc
SM 2540C
Rev 7 9/08/14
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\Wet Chem\SOP
F:\
for Chlorine
Residual SM4500- Cl-G, 9-08-14 Rev. 7.doc
Ch
C
Rev 14 8/06/15
Rev 4 1/24/11
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC
SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2015\Wet Chem\SOP
F:\data\
F:\data\QAQ
for CYANI
CYANIDE in Soil by SW846 9012B, 8-06-15 Rev. 14.doc
Hach 8167/8021
/8021
8021
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2011\Wet
Chemistry\SOP for Total and Free Chlorine by HACH 8167-8021 124-11 Rev.4.doc
Page 13
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6/14/16 - RT
4/10/17 - RT
12/30/16 - RT
8/21/09 - CK
Discontinued 4-2-08 method
removed by EPA MUR
10/17/14 - CW
8/10/15 - RT
9/08/14 - TD
1/31/11 - TD Discontinued
10/27/14 - CW
7/13/06-ES
12/02/13 - CW
11/15/06 - JO
6/15/16 - TD
Rev 6 6/15/16
Rev 3 07/19/06
Rev 11 11/26/13
Rev 2 7/7/06
Effective Review
Date/Initials of
reviewer/Comments
11/16/06 - JO
Discontinued 4/12/16
Revision
No.
Rev 3 7/19/06
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\Wet Chem\SOP
for Fixed and Total Volatile Solids in Solids by SM2540G, 10-23-14 Rev 4 Rev. 4.doc
10/23/14
SOP for Sulfite SM4500-SO3 B
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2013\Wet Chem\SOP
for SPLP by 1312, 11-26-13 Rev. 11.doc
F:\Data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs 2006\Wet Chemistry\SOP for
Odor2.doc
U
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SM4500 S2D / EPA 376.2
SM 4500-S2F / EPA 376.1
Sulfide
Wet Chemistry
Methods Performed
Standard Operating Procedure
Department
EUROFINS SPECTRUM ANALYTICAL
Massachusetts Master List Standard Operating Procedure
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix F
Total Solids (TS)
Total Suspended Solids
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
Rev 7 10/15/14
Rev 12 11/18/16
Rev 1 10/22/14
Rev 14 3/27/15
Rev 6 7/23/12
Rev 0 3/25/08
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2016\Wet Chem\SOP
for TOC by SW846 9060 & SM5310B, 7-19-16 Rev. 15.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2014\Wet Chem\SOP
for Total Solids by SM2540B, 10-15-14 Rev. 7.doc
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Chemistry\SOP for Total Suspended Solids by SM2540D, 11-18-16
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by SM2540E, 10-22-14 Rev. 1.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2013\Wet Chem\SOP
for TCLP by 1311, 11-18-13 Rev. 13.doc
F:\data\QAQC\NELAC SOPs\NELAC SOPs 2012\Wet Chem\SOP
for Turbidity by SM2130B and 180.1, 7-23-12 Rev. 6.doc
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SW846 9060, SM 5310B
SM2540B
SM2540D
Turbidity
wc-Ash
Wet Chemistry
Wet Chemistry
ASTM D2974-C
SM 2130B,
B, EPA 180.1
SW846
W846 1311
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Toxicity Characteristic Leaching procedure (TCLP)
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Total Organic & Inorganic Carbon
Wet Chemistry
Total Volatile, Volatile Suspended, and
Fixed Solids in Aqueous Matrices
Standard Operating Procedure
Department
Revision
No.
EUROFINS SPECTRUM ANALYTICAL
Massachusetts Master List Standard Operating Procedure
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix F
Page 14
Revision 4/27/2017
7/22/08 - DR
7/24/12 - JOC
3/30/15 - TD
10/27/14 - CW
11/18/16 - CW
10/17/14 - CW
7/19/16 - RT
Effective Review
Date/Initials of
reviewer/Comments
SOP REQUEST FOR CREATION OR MODIFICATION
Date:
SOP:
Requested by:
APPROVED or
DENIED
New revision number:
Expected Date of Completion:
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modified:
Laboratory Director
Date
QA Manager
Date
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical,
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix F
Revised 9/29/15
Document Title:
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Eurofins Document Reference:
Not Applicable
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
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Section 11 Attachments
ntss
Revision: May, 2017
Effective Date: 5/01/17
COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical,
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix G
Container
Storage Area
Hexane
Stored in 4-liter amber glass bottles
Vented, flammable
storage cabinets 1,3
Methylene Chloride
Stored in 4-liter amber glass bottles
Vented, flammable
storage cabinets 1,3
Pentane
Stored in 4-liter amber glass bottles
Vented, flammable
storage cabinets 1
Ethyl Acetate
Stored in 4-liter amber glass bottles
Vented,
V
Ve
flammable
storage
cabinets 1
sto
stora
Acetonitrile
Stored in 1-liter amber glass bottles
ttles
V
Vented,
flammable
storage cabinets 1
1 Sooctone
Stored in 4-liter amber glass
ss bbottles
bo les
l
Vented, flammable
storage cabinets 1
Ethyl Ether
Stored in 4-liter Tin
Nitric Acid
Stored in 2.5
.5 Liter glass
glas bottles
Vented, cabinets designed
for acid storage 1
Hydrochloric Acid
red in 2.5 Liter
Lit glass bottles
Li
Stored
Vented cabinet designed
for acid storage 1
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Reagent Storage
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Stored in 2.5 Liter glass bottles
Vented, flammable
storage cabinets 1
Vented cabinet designed
for acid storage 1,3
S
Stored
in 4 Liter Plastic bottles
Vented cabinet designed
for volatile storage 1
Acetone
Stored in 4 Liter Amber bottles
Vented, flammable
storage cabinets 1
Potassium Permanganate
Stored in a 500 gm amber glass bottle
Cabinet 1 *
Hydrogen Peroxide
Stored in a 500 ml plastic bottle
Cabinet 1 *
Stannous Chloride
Stored in a 500 gm plastic bottle
Cabinet 1 *
Potassium Persulfate
Stored in a 500 gm Plastic bottle
Cabinet 1 *
Magnesium Perchlorate
Stored in a 500 gm amber glass bottle and a
2.5 Kg Plastic bottle
Cabinet 1 *
Sodium Bisulfate
Stored in a 500 gm Plastic bottle
Cabinet 1 *
Acetone
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical,
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix G
Table 11.1
Reagent Storage
Reagent
Sodium Chloride
Container
Stored in a 5 gm Plastic bottle
Storage Area
Cabinet 1 *
Hydroxylamine Sulfate
Stored in a 500 gm Plastic bottle
Cabinet 1 *
Methanol
Stored in a 500 ml amber glass bottle
Vented, flammable
storage cabinets 2
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2 Located at 830 Silver St Lab
3 Bulk storage is in a designated area in original shipping containers and packaging.
* Reactive and oxidizing reagents are stored separately from corrosive reagents
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Warehouse
2
User Description
Air-1
Air-3
Air-4
Storage
Storage
CC1
CC1
CC2
Air-3
Diluter 1
Diluter 2
Diluter 3
205 Unit
Air-3
Air-4
Air-1
Air-2
Air-5
A
B
C
Air-1
Air-2
Air-3
Air-4
Orbital rotator
Storage
CC1
CC1
CC2
CC2
Air-1
Air-2
Air-4
Storage
Air-5
Air-5
325 Canisters
Air-2
Air-4
Air-1
Air-3
Air-1
Air-2
Air-4
CC1
Storage
Storage
spare
CC#2
TD Bag
413-237-4234
413-237-7736
413-237-2270
413-896-0910
315-405-0825
315-405-0826
315-882-2833
401-323-4591
413-237-2248
413-348-2933
413-348-2934
413-478-6970
413-654-7322
413-896-0909
413-896-4038
Instrument
Autosampler (Canister)
Autosampler (Canister)
Autosampler (Canister)
Autosampler (Canister)
Canister Cleaner
Canister Cleaner
Canister Cleaner #1
Canister Cleaner #2
Concentrator
Dynamic Diluter
Dynamic Diluter
Dynamic Diluter
Flow Controllers
Gas Chromatograph
Gas Chromatograph
Gas Chromatograph
Gas Chromatograph
Gas Chromatograph
Mass Flow Calibrator (0-10mls)
Mass Flow Calibrator (10-100mls)
Mass Flow Calibrator (10-100mls)
Mass Spectrometer
Mass Spectrometer
Mass Spectrometer
Mass Spectrometer
Open-Air Platform Shakers
Oven
Oven #1 for Canister Cleaner #1
Oven #2 for Canister Cleaner #1
Oven #1 for Canister Cleaner #2
Oven #2 for Canister Cleaner #2
Pre-Concentrator
Pre-Concentrator
Pre-Concentrator
Pre-Concentrator
Sievers interface controller
SulfurChemluminescence Controller
Summa Canister
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Cell Phone
Cell Phone
Cell Phone
Cell Phone
Cell phone
Cell phone
Cell Phone
Cell Phone
Cell Phone
Cell Phone
Cell Phone
Cell Phone
Cell Phone
Cell Phone
Cell Phone
Cell Phone
Fork lift
Fork lift
Model
7016CA
CIA Advantage
7016A
7016CA
3100A
3100-16 Position
3100D
3100A
Unity2
4600
4600
4600
CS 1200 ES-Silonite
7890A
6890N
6890
68
6890
Clarus 5
C
500
V
V-10-CCM
V-10-CCM-D
V-100vC
V-100vCCMV-100vCCM-D
V-100-CC
V-100-CCM-D
5
5973
5973
5975C
975C
C
5975
5
Maxq 2000
000
516G
3513
3108
3513ENT
3513
7100
7100A
7100A
7100
255-355
SCD-355
6L-SilcoSteel
E2M1.5
1.5
Duo-2.5
1.5
ME2
ME2
ME2
MZ2
ME2
ME2
MZ2
MZ2NT
MZ2
W385
V325i
7205
7205
SCH-U640
SCH-U640
SCHU640
SCH-U640
SCH-U640
SCH-U640
SCH-U640
SCH-U640
SCH-U640
SCH-U640
SCH-U640
SCH-U640
L2000U
2199
Serial
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
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0
1
1
1
1
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0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
143
143
143
143
143
143
143
143
143
143
143
143
143
143
143
143
143
143
143
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124
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143
143
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116
116
16
116
116
16
116
116
116
116
116
116
116
116
116
116
116
116
116
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
Storage
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR Lab
AIR
AIR
AIR Lab
Lab
AIR
AIR L
H
Health & couCOURIER
Health
& couCOURIER
H
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Health & couCOURIER
Healt
Hea & couCOURIER
Health
Health
& couCOURIER
He
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
In use Room Room D Department
yes
yes
yes
no
no
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
no
yes
es
yes
yes
yes
es
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
C
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0220
GB00H10102
1176
0223
1114
0141
1679
1247
E112903
0110
109
1162
VariousB
CN10725048
CN10633094
US00020055
US00042889
650N3051901
12466
12468
11860
US91422439
US10441772
US73317665
US54441865
1410061008166
60200029
1204-1191
0119
1482070562349
0105-2612
01
#0240
1438
38
1385
#0245
1705
705
03061070
VariousA
riousA
703525
3525
006840244
40244
65
21320965
982169849
23583609
27170702
29690604
29560805
30190020
24058109
27176504
38789904
24252605
NA
A00000234B7D51
A00000015137a1
A00009015137C6
A000002A5D5700
A000002A5D5644
A000002A5D3C5C
NA
NA
NA
A000002A3CA4C0
NA
A0000029901374
NA
NA
A00000234B7D33
1084243
PSF20T20FD36151ANN
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Maker
ENTECH
Markes
ENTECH
ENTECH
ENTECH
ENTECH
ENTECH
ENTECH
Markes
ENTECH
ENTECH
ENTECH
ENTECH
Agilent
Agilent
HP
HP
Perkin Elmer
Allicat Scientific
Allicat Scientific
Allicat Scientific
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Barnstead
Fisher
ENTECH
ENTECH
ENTECH
ENTECH
ENTECH
ENTECH
ENTECH
ENTECH
Sievers
Sievers
Restek/Entech
Edwards
Edwards
Pfeiffer
Edwards
Vacuubrand
Vacuubrand
Vacuubrand
Vacuubrand
Vacuubrand
Vacuubrand
Vacuubrand
Vacuubrand
Vacuubrand
Motorola
Motorola
Nokia
Nokia
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
SAMSUNG
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
Samsung
BT Lifter
Rol-Lift Stacher
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Building Location
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
GPS
GPS
GPS
GPS Unit
GPS Unit
Hand cart
Hand cart
Hand cart
Hand cart
Hand cart
Hand cart
Hand cart
Hand cart
Ice Machine
Ice Machine Storage Bin
Package scale
Package scale
Glass Crusher
Hyder Prep
Plastic Shedder
Sonicator
Vacuum Pump
Autodigestor
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Balance
Balance
CEM Ionizer
Chiller
Chiller
chiller
chiller
Fume Hood
Fume Hood
Hot Plate
Hot Plate
Hotblock
Hotblock
Hotblock
ICAP
Icap
Icap
ICP-MS
Mars Xpress Microwave
Mercury Analyzer (automatic)
Mercury Analyzer (automatic)
Oxidizer Variable Transformer
Refrigerator
TCLP Rotator
TCLP Rotator
TCLP Rotator
HotBlock
Autodigester
Balance
Fume Hood
Autoclave
Autoclave
Autoclave
Autodigester
Balance
Fume Hood
Hot Block
Hot Plate
Hot Plate
Hot Plate
Hot Plate
Hot Plate
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Courier department
Warehouse
H&S
Storage
H&S
Storage
Storage
Autoblock 2
iCAP2
iCAP
(Spare)
ICAP4
MERCURY4
ICPMS2
Scale #2
Scale #12
anti-static ionizer
ICPMS2
ICAP1
ICAP2
ICAP4
23
24
Hot Plate
Hot Plate
HB2
HB1
HB3
ICAP
ICAP2
ICAP4
ICPMS2
Mars Microwave
MERCURY3
MERCURY4
Powerstat
16
Rotator #3
Rotator #2
Rotator #4
HB4
AB+
Scale #15
28
auto1
auto2
Parts
AB+
Scale #15
Mic
HB4
Mic
Mic
Need repair
Need repair
Hot Plate
Mic
NY Courier
Courier department
Courier department
Courier Dept
Courier Dept
van 2
van 2
van 2
van 2
van 2
van 2
van 2
van 2
AB4001
PA200
No Visible Numbers
SC151
PC101
PC-620
PC-420
PC-420
03401-40
NA
GDM-69
GFM0605-JIC
GFM0605-JIC
GFM0605-JIC
SC151
AB4001
PA200
No Markings
8000-DSE
OCR
Nuvi 265wt
xl 340t
xl 340t
nuvi
Nuvi
241301
241301
241301
241301
241301
241301
241301
241301
SLC400AE-1A
C420
p100s
p100s
95-6
9
Prep
315-S
3
450
45
Duo-2.5
SC862
ASX-560
ASX-520
ASX520
X520
520
ASX520
Hydra II AA
S10
ER-60A
PA114
912490
N8122247
ThermoFlex900
ThermoFlex900
ThermoFlex900
PL-260-1
No markings
HP47135
HP47135
SC154
SC154
SC154
6500
6500
6500
Elan 9000
907501
Hydra AA
Hydra II AA
21d253515
ru4430109234
ru2240b03264
NA
NA
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
638919-12L
951120535
1300000175
1000000143
12854
7001
12855
BI60237
21233388
0605DUR084
071620A560
0312148A520
081105A520
0213764A520
4035
102S7093702
3492967
8328170194
N/A
3E1111254
3E
1271
12713401140523
127135701140528
1271357
7135
R08254046
R0825404
N/A
N/A
/A
10730304668
107303046689
10303028457
103030284577
826CEC1819
26CEC181
3826CEC1819
3CEC1685
3483CEC1685
EC1822
82
3826CEC1822
20072108
20112705
IC5D20114909
AJ100540602
MD3510
HA-7019
5159
3pn116c
1-2665715
75233035
BGFM18-060SJIC
EE551112566
6791CEW3_ 8
AB4001-1212-013
21257
N/A
601071535
A4-18569
A435728
AB4001-1212-013
021257
N/A
6791CECW3148
LR33491
380805011787
410504096694
420504195972
917040476861
NA
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Garmin
Tom Tom
Tom Tom
Garmin
Garmin
Global industrial
Global industrial
Global industrial
Global industrial
Global industrial
Global industrial
Global industrial
Global industrial
Scottsman
Manitowoc
Pelouze
Pelouze
Prodeva
a
Leeman Labs
abs
Prodeva
Branson Sonifier
er
Pfeiffer
Environmental Express
sss
CETAC
CETAC
CETAC Tecnologies
CETAC Tecnologies
Leeman Labs
Perkin Elmer
AND
Ohaus
CEM
Poly Science
Thermo
Thermo
Thermo
Hamilton
Labconco
Barnstead
Thermolyne
Environmental Express
Environmental Express
Environmental Express
Thermo Scientific
Thermo Scientific
Thermo Scientific
Perkin Elmer
CEM
Leeman Labs
Leeman Labs
Powerstat
True
Environmental Express
Environmental Express
Environmental Express
Environmental Express
Environmental Express
Intell-Lab Balance
Hamilton
Napco
Pelton Crane
Pelton Crane
Environmental Express
Intelligent Weighing Tech.
Fisher
Environmental Express
Corning
Corning
Corning
Corning
Vela
Nuova
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
yes
no
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
ye
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
es
yes
no
yes
es
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
no
yes
yes
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124
120
20
120
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117
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120
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117
117
117
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117
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116
116
116
116
116
116
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116
116
116
116
116
116
116
116
116
125
501
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501
501
120
121
121
121
121
121
121
120
120
120
121
121
121
121
124
120
124
120
124
124
120
121
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121
121
120
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120
121
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124
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Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Health & couCOURIER
Garage
GARAGE
Garage
GARAGE
Garage
GARAGE
Garage
GARAGE
MOE Office GARAGE
Metals Prep INORG
Metals InstruINORG
Metals InstruINORG
Metals InstruINORG
Metals InstruINORG
Metals InstruINORG
Metals InstruINORG
Metals Prep INORG
Metals Prep INORG
Metals Prep INORG
Metals InstruINORG
Metals InstruINORG
Metals InstruINORG
Metals InstruINORG
Metals Prep INORG
Metals Prep INORG
Metals Prep INORG
Metals Prep INORG
Metals Prep INORG
Metals Prep INORG
Metals Prep INORG
Metals InstruINORG
Metals InstruINORG
Metals InstruINORG
Metals InstruINORG
Metals Prep INORG
Metals Prep INORG
Metals InstruINORG
Metals Prep INORG
Hallway
INORG
H
Wet Chem INORG
Chem INORG
Wet Ch
W
M
roo INORG
Metals
room
Pr
Metals Prep
INORG
Metal Prep INORG
Metals
Met
Metals
Prep INORG
M
Metals
Prep INORG
Microbiology MICROBIO
Microbiology MICROBIO
Microbiology MICROBIO
Metals
MICROBIO
Metals
MICROBIO
Microbiology MICROBIO
Metals
MICROBIO
Microbiology MICROBIO
Microbiology MICROBIO
Microbiology MICROBIO
Microbiology MICROBIO
Metals
MICROBIO
Microbiology MICROBIO
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam, MA
Agawam, MA
Agawam, MA
Agawam, MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Incubator
Incubator
Incubator
Incubator
Incubator water bath
Microscope
Microscope w/camera
Quebec Colony Counter
Refrigerator
Ultraviolet Lamp
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump (2)
Water Bath
Thermocouple
MA Reg 616-ETT
Balance
Cartridge Pump
Cartridge Pump
Cartridge Pump
Clinical Rotator
Clinical Rotator
Clinical Rotator
Clinical Rotator
Clinical Rotator
Conductivity Meter
Console Drive
Console Drive
Console Drive
economy Drive
Fume Hood
Incubator
Open-Air Platform Shakers
Open-Air Platform Shakers
Open-Air Platform Shakers
Ozone Generator
Peristaltic Pump
pH / Conductivity meter
Refrigerator
Spectrophotometer
Stir plate
Stir Plate
Stir Plate
Stir plate
Surface Tensiomat
Viscometer
YSI ProOBOD PROBE
11 Almgren DR Building
830 Silver ST Building
Freezer
IR TEMP GUN
IR TEMP GUN 1
IR TEMP GUN 2
IR Thermometer (Cal due 04/19/08)
Refrigerator
Refrigerator
Thermocouple Thermometer 3
Therocouple thermometer 4
Mercury Analyzer (automatic)
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
4-Pos 2-Lit Shaker
4-Pos 2-Lit Shaker
8-Pos 2-Lit Shaker
ASE 200
ASE 200
ASE 200
ASE 200
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Mic
Incubator1
Mic
Incubator2
#2
Mic
Mic
Mic
26
Mic
Filtration Pump
Mic
#1
Datalogger
Car 99 HT
Scale #6
Pump
Pump
Pump
Orbital rotator
Orbital rotator
Orbital rotator
Orbital rotator
Orbital rotator
Multi-meter
Pump Driver
Pump Driver
Pump Driver
Pump Driver
22
#32
Orbital rotator
Orbital rotator
Orbital rotator
Ozone Generator
Pump
pH meter
23
Spec3
Stir Plate
Stir Plate
Stir Plate
Stirrer
Tensiomat
Viscometer
YSIDO
Spectrum LAB
Spectrum LAB
Log #25
Cicero - sample department
Login 1
Login 2
Gun 1
#1
#11
Login
Login
MERCURY2
Storage
Storage
Shaker#1
Shaker#2
Shaker#3
ASE1
ASE2
ASE3
ASE4
HPS-15
HPS-16
HPS-4
HPS-5
HPS-6
291652
BH2
3325
980W
UVL-56
DOA-P704-AA
AA680J
#183
HiTemp140
Explorer
P-4002D
7519-25
7519-25
7
7519-25
751
2314
2
None
N
None
None
None
N
50
7520-40
0-40
-40
7520-40
40
7520-40
90
N/A
FFU2064DW1
Maxq 2000
Maxq 2000
Maxq 2000
HT4-500G
Perimax12
AR20
GDM-45
Genesys-5
Scholar 171
1205
120S
Scholar 171
21
LVDV-II+P
ProODO
12,000.00 SF Building
10,000.00
FFV1152DW2
566
566
566
06-664-38
GDM-69
GDM-45
51/52-II
51/52 II
Hydra AA
1.5
Duo-2.5
099AVH2000S
099AVH2000s
3-D Shaker
ASE200
ASE200
ASE200
ASE 200
G2913A
G2913A
G2913A
G2913A
G2913A
#2
116
Isitemp 600
Fluke
Fluke
Leeman Labs
Edwards
Pfeiffer
Glas-Col
Glas-Col
Glas-Col
Dionex
Dionex
Dionex
Dionex
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Spectronic
Corning
Fisher
Fisher
Corning
Fisher
Brookfield
YSI Incorporated
MARC Bergeron
MARC Bergeron
Frigidare
Fluke
Fluke
FLUKE
Fisher
1
1
1
1
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1
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1
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1
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0
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yes
yes
yes
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yes
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yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
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yes
yes
yes
yes
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yes
yes
yes
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yes
yes
yes
yes
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no
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
117
117
117
117
117
117
117
117
117
117
120
117
117
117
108
124
124
124
124
123
123
123
123
123
123
123
123
123
124
124
124
124
124
124
124
124
124
123
123
124
123
126
126
124
124
123
103
103
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115
115
1
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103
103
115
115
115
03
103
103
01
501
501
501
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
130
130
130
130
130
C
op
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169370
103N0088
169370
21AB12
602061055
N/A
N/A
0852
0502MCBR980W01708
J221
0909601274
N/A
N/A
P09095
1FMEU85849UA02438
P4K2D094003
H04004078
F05002554
C05000925
1665060641975
502N0006
504N0057
506N0079
506N0088
C0024727
B05004879
G05003239
D05002827
F05002411
N/A
WB50339119
1410061223506
1410061008170
14
1410
1410070132534
44715
15
03010735
AR93316734
AR93316
1-3873196
-3873
3V8A080002
43107017455
09N2022
9N2022
809N2022
809N2022
N2022
440133
3
505N0022
2
RTP6527203
3
11B 100626
2.0 ACRES
2.5 ACRES
WB50523864
19010082
17820031
17820026
61638335
1267988
13873486
16710225
16710232
HA-4007
046071663
21031618
266868
266869
401651
03020287
04010257
05010046
98070129
CN70238299
CN70238298
US12419278
CN72942162
CN73042302
U
nc
on
tro
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Attest
Fisher
Sunbeam
Thelco
Precision
Olympus
Olympus
AO American Optical
Magic Chef
UVP
GAST
Fisher
Precision
MadgeTech
Ford 2009
Denver Instruments
rume
ruments
Cole-Parmer
mer
Cole-Parmer
armer
me
Cole-Parmer
mer
Barnstead
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Accumet
Cole-Parmer
Cole-Parmer
Cole-Parmer
Cole-Parmer
Kewaunee
Fisher
Thermo
Thermo
Thermo
Longevity
Spetec
Accumet
Microbiology MICROBIO
Microbiology MICROBIO
Microbiology MICROBIO
Microbiology MICROBIO
Microbiology MICROBIO
Microbiology MICROBIO
Microbiology MICROBIO
Microbiology MICROBIO
Microbiology MICROBIO
Microbiology MICROBIO
Metals
MICROBIO
Microbiology MICROBIO
Microbiology MICROBIO
Microbiology MICROBIO
President, LACOURIER
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
Hallway
R&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
R & D OfficeR&D
LOGIN
SAMPLE
LOGIN
SAMPLE
LOGIN
SAMPLE
LOGIN
SAMPLE
LOGIN
SAMPLE
LO
LOGIN
SAMPLE
LOG
LOGIN
SAMPLE
L
LOGIN
SAMPLE
L
LOGIN
SAMPLE
LOGIN
SAMPLE
LOGI
LOGIN
SAMPLE
Gar
Garage
storage
W
Wes'
office storage
Wes' office storage
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Silver
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Silver
silver
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler Tray
Autosampler Tray
Autosampler Tray
Autosampler Tray
Autosampler Tray
Autosampler Tray 7693
Balance
Balance
Balance
Balance
Centrifuge
Centrifuge
Chiller
Fume Hood
Fume Hood
Fume Hood
Fume Hood
Fume Hood
Fume Hood
Fume Hood
Fume Hood
Gas Chromatograph
Gas Chromatograph (Dual ECD)
Gas Chromatograph (Dual ECD)
Gas Chromatograph (Dual ECD)
Gas Chromatograph (Dual ECD)
Gas Chromatograph (Dual ECD)
Gas Chromatograph (Dual FID )
Gas Chromatograph (FID)
Gas Chromatograph (FID)
Gas Chromatograph (FID/MS)
Gas Chromatograph (FID/MS)
Gas Chromatograph (FID/MS)
Gas Chromatograph (FID/MS)
Gas Chromatograph (MS)
Gas Chromatograph (MS)
Gas Chromatograph (MS)
High Throughput 24-Sample Rotor
High Throughput 24-Sample Rotor
Holder
Holder
Holder
Holder
Holder
Holder
Holder
Holder
Holder
Holder
Holder
Holder
Hot Block
Hot Plate
Hot Plate
Hot Plate
Hot Plate
Hot Plate
Hot Plate
Hot Plate
Hot Plate
Hot Plate
Hot Plate
HPS8
HPS-11
HPS-12
HPS-14A
HPS-17
HPS-18
HPS-19
HPS-2
HPS-3
HPS-7
HPS-15
HPS-16
HPS-4
HPS-5
HPS-6
HPS8
Scale #11
Scale #3
Scale #1A
Scale #16
Centrifuge
Centrifuge
Chiller
Prep 31
Prep 10
Prep 18
Prep 19
Prep 25
Prep 27
Prep16
Prep 20
Storage
HPS-11
HPS-12
HPS-14A
HPS-17
HPS-19
HPS-18
HPS-15
HPS-16
HPS-2
HPS-3
HPS-5
HPS-7
HPS-4
HPS-6
HPS8
Rotor (holds vessesl)
Rotor (holds vessesl)
Prep
Prep
Prep
Prep
Prep
Prep
Prep
Prep
Prep
Prep
Prep
Prep
Hot block 4
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
G4513A
GC PAL
GC PAL
GC PAL
GC PAL
GCPAL
GCPAL
GC PAL
GC PAL
GC PAL
G2614A
G2614A
G2614A
G2614A
G2614A
G4519A
DI
AE200-S
A
XS104
XS1
PA200
P
226
22
228
N0691883
N069188
Safeaire II
60830-00/D
NA
830-00/D
0-0
60830-00/D
NA
No Visible
e Numbers
umbe
60830-00/D
NA
N611
6890 series
6890 series
6890N
6890N
7890N
6890N
6890N
6890N
6890N
6890N
6890N
6890
6890 series
7890N
7890A
Pro-24
Pro-24
099A VH 20005
099A VH 20005
099A VH 20005
099A VH 20005
099A VH 20005
099A VH 20005
099A VH 20005
099A VH 20005
3-D
3-D
3-D
3-D
SC100
03401-40
03401-40
03401-40
03401-40
03401-40
03401-40
03401-40
03401-40
NA
11-100-100SH
CN11500142
160951
160947
160930
161399
160369
160312
160956
160428
160805
CN62940496
CN70242601
CN71043246
CN71943937
CN72044008
CN11500019
22550872
K65275
1128420705
09120111
2603
FS17661
G57680
267790
NA
NA
267789
NA
N/A
267790
NA
610N 4090204
US00039713
U
CN1
CN10445021
CN10602096
CN1060
106
US10721002
US107210
CN10721099
CN10721
CN10602035
N106
US10721003
US10721007
N10419046
CN10419046
US10151072
0151072
CN10603083
03083
83
US00001599
599
99
US00041057
7
CN10713019
CN12051112
578
589
393537
391514
474942
474943
474944
393529
474946
474949
401647
401648
401649
401650
145CEC0186
917050249208
91705024803
9170476859
917050247798
917050247802
917050247803
917052049207
917050249210
1000170
1886070303211
U
nc
on
tro
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d
Agilent
LEAP Technologies
LEAP Technologies
LEAP Technologies
Leap Technologies
Leap Technologies
Leap Technologies
LEAP Technologies
LEAP Technologies
LEAP Technologies
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Denver Instruments
nstruments
struments
Mettler
Mettler Toledo
oledo
Intelligent Weighing
eighing Tech.
Fisher
Fisher
Poly Science
fisher-Hamilton
Labconco
Labconco
Labconco
Labconco
Labconco
Labconco
NA
Perkin Elmer
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Milestone
Milestone
Glas-Col
Glas-Col
Glas-Col
Glas-Col
Glas-Col
Glas-Col
Glas-Col
Glas-Col
Glas-col
Glas-col
Glas-col
Glas-col
Environmental Express
Cole Parmer Vela
Cole Parmer Vela
Cole Parmer Vela
Cole Parmer Vela
Cole Parmer Vela
Cole Parmer Vela
Cole Parmer Vela
Cole Parmer Vela
Fisher
Fisher
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
yes
yes
no
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
ye
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
es
yes
yes
yes
es
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
122
12
122
122
1
122
1
122
122
122
122
122
22
122
122
22
122
2
122
122
122
122
122
130
130
130
130
130
130
122
122
C
op
y
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Storage
SVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Storage
SVOC
SVOC Prep SVOC
SVOC Prep SVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep
Room SSVOC
P
Prep Room SSVOC
SSVOC
Prep
Room
P
Ro
Prep
Room SSVOC
P
SSVOC
Prep Room
Roo
R
SSVOC
R
Prep Room
Prep
Pre Room SSVOC
Prep
Room SSVOC
P
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Hot Plate
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Hot Plate/Stirrer
Interface Controller
Lazy Baki Funnel Holder
Mass Spectrometer
Mass Spectrometer
Mass Spectrometer
Mass Spectrometer
Mass Spectrometer
Mass Spectrometer
Mass Spectrometer
Mass Spectrometer (MSD)
Microwave Control Terminal 640
Microwave Extractor
Motor - (solid phase) Filtration Pump
Oven - Isotemp 500 series
Oven-Isotemp senior model
Recycler
Refrigerator
Refrigerator
Refrigerator
Refrigerator
Refrigerator
Refrigerator
Refrigerator
Refrigerator
Refrigerator
Refrigerator
Refrigerator
Refrigerator
Sonic Disembrator
Sonic Disembrator
Soxhlet
Soxhlet (2)
Soxhlet 168 Setup
Turbo Vap
Turbo Vap
Turbo Vap
Turbo Vap
Turbo Vap
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Water Bath
Water Bath
SVOC
Sohlet
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
Soxhlet
Storage
Shaker#3
HPS-2
HPS-3
HPS-4
HPS-5
HPS-6
Storage
HPS-7
HPS8
Software Control Terminal
Microwave 1
Prep
Storage
Glassware
Storage
4
2
6
14
29
15
17
7
19
3
7a
5
Sonic #2
Sonic #1
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
HPS-2
HPS-6
HPS-5
HPS-4
HPS-7
HPS-3
HPS-8
1664
Pump
Pump
Ultra sonic cleaner
Water Bath
UCM-46
W8-/3320
MRT13CRBW3
F550
NA
EMEG0250/CEMK1
EMEG0250/CEMK1
Soxhlet
Turbo Vap II
Turbo Vap II
TurboVap II
TurboVap II
TurboVap II
A371-24-902
A371-24-902
A371-24-902
1.5
Duo-2.5
Duo-2.5
Duo-2.5
4001901
4001901
FS220
12500-00
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Cole Palmer
561-00971
188607303215
1886070303193
188607030194
1886070303206
1886070303215
1886070303197
56100971
1884090804190
188090804182
1884090809591
1884090809597
1884090806797
1884090809593
1884090806792
1884090912712
188409071364
1884090834889
1884080615029
1884080822340
1884080221362
1884080613162
2351270996
NA
US40646488
US05040114
US44047071
US55142222
US73317300
US82321957
US11027505
US11473917
1208000026
12
1340
134049
11901912
119019
019
60200057
A101
10725311
0725
905798
01773625
81934
193
381934
030728402
728402
030728402
8402
2
1-2680707
7
12824599
1-3226065
N/A
490519
199101
BA60111729
F1808
NA
NA
N/A
NA
TV0015N9521
TV0018N9553
TV0625N13132
TV9907N8670
TV9911N8743
046032716
027220249
017210484
46071663
21425042
22007828
21797729
M056LX2-A
F04002923
L12004065
RWB120278478
100196
U
nc
on
tro
lle
d
11-498-7S
11-100-100SH
11-100-100SH
11-100-100SH
11-100-100SH
11-100-100SH
11-1000-100SH
11-498-75
11-100-100SH
11-100-100SH
11-100-100SH
11-100-100SH
11-100-100SH
11-100-100SH
11-100-100SH
11-100-100SH
11-100-100SH
11-100-100SH
1
11-100-100SH
11-1
11-100-100SH
1
11-100
11-100-100SH
11
11-100-10
11-100-100SH
11-100
11-100-100S
900 Series
Serie 970
NA
N
5973N
5973N
3N
N
5973N
5973N
5975C
5973
5975C
5975C
Easy Control
ETHOS EX
(type) UN8163KT)
516G
103
Em 3000/CX
35103G03
13-987-348G
UC25RF-FMS
MCBR1010W
MCBR1010W
GDM-45
GDM69
GDM69
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Perkin Elmer
Mohammed Baki
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
HP
Agilent
Milestone
Milestone
KNFLab
Fisher
Fisher
Electrothermal
Bush
Fisher
Kelvinator
Magic Chef
Magic Chef
True
True
True
United
Universal
WelBilt
Westinghouse
Fisher
Tekmar
Electrothermal
Electrothermal
AMK Glass
Zymark
Zymark
Zymark
Zymark
Zymark
Edwards
Edwards
Edwards
Edwards
Pfeiffer
Pfeiffer
Pfeiffer
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
yes
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
ye
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
es
yes
no
no
o
yes
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
130
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
130
122
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
122
122
122
125
130
125
130
122
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
13
130
130
1
122
1
122
122
122
122
122
22
122
122
22
122
2
122
130
122
130
130
130
130
130
122
122
122
122
122
C
op
y
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
SVOC GC R SVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Garage
SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
Garage
SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
Prep Room SSVOC
Prep
Room SSVOC
P
Storage
SVOC
Stora
Storage
SVOC
S
Prep Room SSVOC
P
Storage
SVOC
SSVOC
Prep Room
R
Prep
Pre Room SSVOC
Prep
Room SSVOC
P
Prep Room SSVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC GC R SVOC
SVOC Prep SVOC
SVOC Prep SVOC
SVOC Prep SVOC
SVOC Prep SVOC
SVOC Prep SVOC
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Turbo Vap
Oven
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler
Autosampler/Concentrator
Autosampler/Concentrator
Autosampler/Concentrator
Balance
Concentrator
Concentrator
Concentrator
Concentrator
Concentrator
Concentrator
Concentrator
Concentrator
Concentrator
DIH2o
DIH2o
DIH2o
FID/PID
FID/PID
FID/PID
Freezer
Fume Hood
Gas Chromatograph
Gas Chromatograph
Gas Chromatograph
Gas Chromatograph
Gas Chromatograph
Gas Chromatograph
Gas Chromatograph
Gas Chromatograph
Gas Chromatograph
Gas Chromatograph
Gas Chromatograph
Headspace
Mass Spectrometer
Mass Spectrometer
Mass Spectrometer
Mass Spectrometer
Mass Spectrometer
Mass Spectrometer
Mass Spectrometer
Mass Spectrometer
Oven
Refrigerator
Refrigerator
Refrigerator
Sonicator
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Pump
3 Place Digester
3 Place Digester
#6
Prep room glassware dryer
FID-0
HP-9
FID-1
FID-1
FID-2
HP-2
HP-2
HP-3
HP-3
HP-5
HP-7
HP-8
Storage
Storage
HP-1
HP-2
HP-4
Scale #7
HP-9
FID-1
HP-8
HP-2
HP-3
HP-7
FID-2
HP-5
Storage
ASM
Elix
MilliQ
FID-2
FID-0
FID-1
#24
Prep 17
FID-0
FID-1
FID-2
HP-8
HP-2
HP-3
HP-4
HP-5
HP-7
HP-1
HP-9
Storage
HP-8
HP-2
HP-3
HP-4
HP-7
HP-1
HP-9
HP-5
VOC1
#27
#21
#29
VOC
HP-9
HP-2
HP-3
HP-4
HP-1
HP-5
HP-7
HP-9
TKN#1
TKN#2
Biotage
Lab Depot
EST
EST
Tekmar
Tekmar
Tekmar
Tekmar
Tekmar
Tekmar
Tekmar
Tekmar
Tekmar
EST
Tekmar
Tekmar
Tekmar
Tekmarr
Tekmar
Fisher
EST
Tekmar
EST
Tekmar
Tekmar
Tekmar
Tekmar
Tekmar
Tekmar
Millipore
Millipore
Millipore
O.I Analytical
OI
OI
Traulsen
Fisher
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Tekmar
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Fisher
General Electric
TRUE
TRUE
Fisher
Edwards
Edwards
Edwards
Edwards
Edwards
Pfeiffer
Pfeiffer
Pfeiffer
Glas-Col
Glas-Col
TurboVap II
Model 30 GC Gravity Convection Oven
LGX-50
Archon
2032
2016
Sola-Tek 72
2016
2032
2016
2032
Sola-Tek 72
Sola-Tek 72
Centurion
2016
2032
Atomx
A
Atomx
Atom
Atomx
N
NA
Encon #2
E
#2A
3100
Eveloutio
Eveloution
3
3100
3100
Stratum
Stratum
atum
um
Stratum
m
Velocity XPT
TankPE030
ZLXS6OO5Y
ZMQS6000Y
4430
FID/PID
FID/PID
G22010
No Visible Numbers
6890
6890N
6890N
6890N
7890A
7890A
7890A
6890N
7890A
6890N
6890N
7000
5973
5975C
5975C
5975C
5975C
5973
5975
5973
516G
SC2SGC
GDM69
GDM45
FS20
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
Duo-2.5
Duo-2.5
Duo-2.5
104A RL4312
104A RL4312
TV1246N17454
G3-010052
LGX112122215
14672
US03174002
US03253003
US08252003R
99267001
94298001
US00182008
99267002
US05118002
US08004002
CENTW542122315
93149005
US02263001
US14086002
US10348002
US11130002
WW42108B
248032406EP
US01239007
EV715121715
99294009
US01107015
US08016003
US07226009
US12136003
US05266001
FIDN01197
F1HNO1233D
F0NN23096I
C349530940
C
C847530448
C847
C110530898
C11053
053
T17227B06
T17227B0
N/A
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Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
LCD
Computer
LCD
Computer
LCD
Computer
LCD
LCD
Computer
LCD
LCD
Computer
LCD
LCD
Computer
LCD
LCD
Computer
LCD
LCD
Printer
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Computer
LCD
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LCD
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LCD
Computer
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Computer
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Computer
LCD
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LCD
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Computer
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Computer
LCD
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lachat
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6
8
9
10
11
12
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Flatron E2411
DC5700
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LaserJet 4250
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Transit Cargo
NV200
Transit Cargo
Transit Cargo
Transit Cargo
NV200
Econoline
NV200
Transit Cargo
Explorer
Transit Cargo
Transit Cargo
7400
ThermoFlex900
ASX-560
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yes
yes
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107
107
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1
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ViewSonic
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Cubes
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Cubes
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Cubes
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Cubes
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Cubes
Cubes
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Cubes
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Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Office
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Metals
metals
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VOC
VOC
VOC
VOC
VOC
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VOC
VOC
VOC
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VOC
VOC
VOC
VOC
VOC
VOC
VOC
VOC
VOC
VOC
VOC
VOC
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
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Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
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Wet Chem
Courier
Courier
Courier
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Courier
Courier
Courier
Courier
Courier
Courier
Courier
Courier
Metals
Metals
Metals
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
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Almgren
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Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
NJ
NY
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
NJ
NY
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Metrohm IC
Metrohm IC
Metrohm IC Autosampler
Microwave
RocketVap
RocketVap
RocketVap
RocketVap
RocketVap
RocketVap
Speed Trap
Speed Trap
Speed Trap
Speed Trap
Speed Trap
Speed Trap
IC4
IC5
IC4 or IC5
SVOC microwave 2
RocketVap 1
RocketVap 2
RocketVap 3
RocketVap 4
RocketVap 5
RocketVap 6
Speed Trap 1
Speed Trap 2
Speed Trap 3
Speed Trap 4
Speed Trap 5
Speed Trap 6
761
761
813
230/60 910900
RKTS-12060-SPW
RKTS-12060-SPW
RKTS-12060-SPW
RKTS-12060-SPW
RKTS-12060-SPW
RKTS-12060-SPW
MST12020-C00
MST12020-C00
MST12020-C00
MST12020-C00
MST12020-C00
MST12020-C00
1761002121195
1761002021130
1813001007188
MJ7141
RK0504
RK0547
RK0545
RK0546
RK0548
RK0554
MST06161021
MST06161020
MST06161015
MST06161017
MST06161022
MST06161019
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Metrohm
Metrohm
Metrohm
CEM
Thermo
Thermo
Thermo
Thermo
Thermo
Thermo
Thermo
Thermo
Thermo
Thermo
Thermo
Thermo
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
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126
126
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122
122
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Wet Chem
Wet Chem
SVOC Prep
SVOC Prep
SVOC Prep
SVOC Prep
SVOC Prep
SVOC Prep
SVOC Prep
SVOC Prep
SVOC Prep
SVOC Prep
SVOC Prep
SVOC Prep
SVOC Prep
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
Wet Chem
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
SVOC
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Almgren
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Agawam,MA
Document Title:
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Eurofins Document Reference:
Not Applicable
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
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Section 12 Attachments
ments
Revision: May, 2017
Effective Date: 5/01/17
COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix H
Rev 3/27/17
Table 12.1
Concentration Levels for QC Samples
Sample
Type
Concentration
Level
Purpose
Mid Level
Matrix Spike
Duplicate (MSD)
Precision/Accuracy
Mid Level
Accuracy
Mid Level
Duplicate
Precision
Mid Level
vell
QC Checks
Accuracy
Low/Mid/High
Low/Mid/H
ow/Mid/H
Level
lle
Blank Spike
Notes:
High Level
EPA 500 & 600 Series;
EPA SW-846 Methods
EPA 500 & 600 Series;
EPA
SW-846 Methods
PA SW-8
SW
EPA TO Methods
M
EPA SW-846 Methods
EPA
EP TO Methods
EPA 500 & 600 Series:
EPA SW-846 Methods
EPA TO Methods
ons
ns from the m
= Concentrations
minimum detection limit to a level five times the MDL
= Mean level
vel between th
the minimum detection level and the upper end of the linear
range
= Concentrations
ncentrations
ntrations at the upper end of the linear range
on
Low Level
Mid Level
EPA 500 & 600 Series;
EPA SW-846 Methods
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Matrix Spike (MS)
Accuracy
Method
Reference
Eurofins Spectrum Analytical
Comprehensive Quality Assurance Manual
Appendix H
Rev 3/27/17
Table 12.2
QC Frequency Information: Method Blanks
Laboratory
Department
Frequency
Air
APH
Minimum 5%
Air
TO-15
Minimum 5%
Air
TO-18
Minimum 5%
Volatile
524.2/624
Minimum 5%
Volatile
8260
Volatile
VPH MA DEP
Method/GRO
Semi-volatile
504.1/625
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Semi-volatile
Semi-volatile
Semi-volatile
Minimum
mum 5%
Minimum
M
mum 5%
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Semi-volatile
Minimum
m 5%
%
608 (PCBs/Pesticides))
Minimum
5%
Mini
8270
Minimum 5%
NJ EPH/MA
A DEP
EP EPH/
Method/DRO/
DRO/
RO/
8100M/8015D/TPH
M/8015D/TPH
015D/TPH
1664B/TPH
64B/TPH
B/TPH 8100
810 by GC
81
Minimum 5%
8151,
151, 8081,
8081 8082,
Minimum 5%
Herbicides/Pesticides/PCB
Herbici
Herbicid
Organic
Characterization
Oil
O & Grease - EPA 1664
Minimum 5%
Organic
Characterization
SM5310B Total Organic
Carbon (TOC)
Minimum 10%
Inorganic
200.7, 6010 ICP, 200.8,
6020 ICP-MS Metals
Minimum 5%
Inorganic
245.1, 7470, 7471
Mercury by CV-AAS (A)
Minimum 5%
Inorganic
300.0 Sulfate
Minimum 10%
Inorganic
300.0 Chloride
Minimum 10%
Inorganic
300.0 Fluoride
Minimum 10%
Inorganic
300.0 Nitrate/Nitrite
Minimum 10%
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Table 12.2
QC Frequency Information: Method Blanks
Laboratory
Department
Inorganic
Method
9012B/335.4 Cyanide
Frequency
Minimum 10%
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Table 12.3
QC Frequency Information: Fortified Blank Spikes also known as Laboratory
Control Samples (BS/BSD)*
and Standard Reference Materials (SRM)**
Laboratory
Department
Method
Frequency
APH
Minimum 5% (BS)
Air
TO-15
Minimum 5% (BS)
Air
TO-18
Minimum 5% (BS)
S)
Volatile GC/MS
524.2
Volatile GC/MS
624/8260
Volatile GC
VPH MA DEP
Method/GRO
Minimum
5% (BS/BSD pair)
Min
Mini
Semi-volatile GC/MS
625
Minimum 5% (BS)
Semi-volatile GC/MS
504.1
Minimum 10% (BS)
Semi-volatile GC
6088 (PCBs,
(PCBs
Pesticides)
Pesticides
Minimum 5% (BS/BSD pair)
Semi-volatile GC/MS
MS
S
8270
Minimum 5% (BS/BSD pair)
Semi-volatile GC
NJ EPH/MA DEP
EPH Method
Minimum 5% (BS/BSD pair)
Semi-volatile GC
DRO/8100M /8015D/
TPH 8100 by GC
Minimum 5% (BS)
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Minimu
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(B
Semi-volatile GC
8081/8082
(Pesticides/PCBs)
Minimum 5% (BS/BSD pair)
Semi-volatile GC
8151A (Herbicides)
Minimum 5% (BS/BSD pair)
Organic
Characterization
TPH by 1664B, Oil &
Grease EPA 1664B
Minimum 5% (BS)
Organic
Characterization
SM5310B Total
Organic Carbon
Minimum 5% (BS)
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Table 12.3
QC Frequency Information: Fortified Blank Spikes also known as Laboratory
Control Samples (BS/BSD)*
and Standard Reference Materials (SRM)**
Laboratory
Department
Inorganic
Method
Frequency
Minimum 5% (Aqueous BS) (Soil
SRM)
Inorganic
6010 ICP/6020 ICPMS Metals
Minimum 5% (Aqueous
eou BS/BSD)
(Soil SRM)
Inorganic
245.1, 7470, 7471
Mercury by CV-AAS
(A)
Minimum 5% (Aqueous B
BS) (Soil
SRM)
Inorganic
300.0 Sulfate
Minimum
inim
nim m 10% (BS/SRM)
(B
Inorganic
300.0 Chloride
Minimum 10% (BS/SRM)
300.0 Fluoride
Minimum
10% (BS/SRM)
Mini
Minim
300.0 Nitrate/Nitrite
/Nitrite
itrite
Minimum 10% (BS/SRM)
M
9012B/335.4
/335.4
5.4 Cyanide
Cyani
Cyan
Minimum 10% (Aqueous BS) (Soil
SRM)
Inorganic
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Notes: * BS sample = deionized waterr fortified w
with target compounds and surrogate standards.
ater fortified w
**SRM sample = deionized water
with SRM solution.
Note that QC frequencies may
depending on matrix and/or specific federal or state agency
ay vary
ry depen
depend
n QC box on Ch
requirements (as noted in
Chain of Custody). QCs are the same for both soil and aqueous
samples, except wheree noted.
oted.
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Table 12.4
QC Frequency Information:
Matrix Spikes (MS), Matrix Spike Duplicates (MSD)* and/or Post Spikes (PS)**
Laboratory
Department
Method
Frequency
APH
N/A
Air
TO-15
N/A
Air
TO-18
N/A
Volatile
524.2/624/8260
Volatile
VPH MADEP
Method/GRO
Semi-volatile
Minimum
(MS/MSD pair)
imum
um 5% (MS/M
Minimum 5% (MS)
Minimum
Mi mu 5% (MS/MSD pair)
Min
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504.1/625.2/8270
608 (PCBs, Pesticides)
esticides)
cides)
Minimum 10% (MS)***
NJ EPH/MADEP
EPH
H/MADEP
MADEP E
Minimum 5% (MS)
EPH only if client requested,
then (MS/MSD pair)
8151A/8081/8082
8151A/808
151A/80
(Herbicides/Pesticides/
(Herbi
(Herbici
PCB)
PCB
Minimum 5% (MS)***
Organic
Characterization
Oil & Grease EPA 1664B
Minimum 5% (MS/MSD
pair)***
Organic
Characterization
SM5310B Total Organic
Carbon (TOC)
Minimum 10%
Inorganic
6010 ICP, 6020 ICP-MS
Metals
Minimum 5% (MS/MSD/PS)
Inorganic
200.7 ICP, 200.8 ICP-MS
Metals
Minimum 10% (MS/PS)
Inorganic
7470, 7471 Mercury
by CV-AAS (A)
Minimum 5% (MS/MSD/PS)
Inorganic
245.1 Mercury
by CV-AAS (A)
Minimum 10% (MS/ PS)
Inorganic
300.0 Sulfate
Minimum 10% (MS/MSD)
Organic
Characterization
Semi-volatile
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Table 12.4
QC Frequency Information:
Matrix Spikes (MS), Matrix Spike Duplicates (MSD)* and/or Post Spikes (PS)**
Laboratory
Department
Method
Frequency
300.0 Chloride
Minimum 10% (MS/MSD)
Inorganic
300.0 Fluoride
Minimum 10% (MS/MSD)
Inorganic
300.0 Nitrate/Nitrite
Minimum 10% (MS/MSD)
(
Inorganic
9012B/335.4 Cyanide
Minimum 10%
%
(MS/MSD/PS)
SD/PS)
/PS)
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* MS/MSD sample – sample spiked with target compounds used for Precision/Accuracy
determine if there is matrix interference.
stion/
tion traction to determine if there is
** PS sample – sample spiked with target compounds after digestion/extraction
matrix interference due to the digestion/extraction procedure..
red
d to run QC sample spikes and duplicates.
***Submittal of sufficient sample volume/weight is required
trix
rix and/or sp
spec
Note that QC frequencies may vary depending on matrix
specific federal or state agency
tody).
y)
requirements (as noted in QC box on Chain of Custody).
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Table 12.5
QC Frequency Information: Duplicates*
Laboratory
Department
Method
Frequency
APH
Minimum 5%
Air
TO-15
Minimum 5%
Air
TO-18
Minimum 5%
Semi-volatile
625.2/8270
Minimum 5%
%
Semi-volatile
608 (PCBs, Pesticides)
Minimum
um 5%
Semi-volatile
8081/8082
(Pesticides/PCBs)
Minimum
nimum
imum 5%
5
Semi-volatile
8151A (Herbicides)
Minimum
Minim m 5%
200.7, 6010 ICP, 200.8,
6020 ICP-MS Metals
als
Minimum
5%
M
245.1, 7470,
70,
0, 7471
Mercuryy by CV-AAS
CV-AA
CV-A
(A)
Minimum 5%
300.00 Chloride
Chlori
Chlor
Minimum 5%
300.0 Sulfate
Su
Minimum 5%
300.0 Nitrate/Nitrite
300
Minimum 5%
300.0 Fluoride
Minimum 5%
NJ EPH/MADEP VPH
/GRO/DRO/8100M/
8015D/TPH 8100 by GC
Minimum 5%
(Soils: only if sufficient sample
is submitted)
Inorganic
Inorganic
Inorganic
Inorganic
Inorganic
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Notes:
Note that QC frequency may vary depending on matrix and/or specific federal or state agency
requirements (as noted in QC box on Chain of Custody).
*Submittal of sufficient sample volume/weight is required to run duplicates and QC sample spikes.
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Table 13.1
QC Sample Acceptance Criteria and
Corrective Action: Method Blanks
Department
Method
Corrective Action
Acceptance Criteria
Reanalyze and/or flag nonconforming data, as appropriate
or narrate as appropriate.
Reanalyze and/or flag nonconforming
on
data, as appropriate
or narrate
na
narr as appropriate.
APH
Air
TO-15
All surrogates within CLs; TCL<DL
Air
TO-18
All surrogates within CLs; TCL<DL
L<DL
DL
Reanalyze
and/or flag nonReanal
Reanalyz
conforming
data, as appropriate
conform
or narrate
as appropriate.
n
All surrogates within
hin CLs;
Ls; TCL<DL
TC D
Decontaminate lines & traps.
Flush trap and column.
Reanalyze until blank meets
criteria or narrate as
appropriate.
624
Alll surrogates
CLs; TCL<DL
urrogates within
w
Decontaminate lines & traps.
Flush trap and column.
Reanalyze until blank meets
criteria or narrate as
appropriate.
8260
All surrogates
within CLs; TCLs <
s
DL
D except common laboratory
contaminants (acetone, methylene
chloride, and MEK) which must be
<5X the DL.
Decontaminate lines and trap.
Flush column. Reanalyze until
blank meets all criteria or
narrate as appropriate.
All surrogates within CLs; TCL<DL
Decontaminate lines and trap.
Flush column. Reanalyze until
blank meets all criteria or
narrate as appropriate.
Volatile
Volatile
Volatile
Semi-volatile
Semi-volatile
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All surrogates within control limits
(CL); TCL< Detection Limits (DL)
VPH/GRO
504.1
608
TCL < DL
Surrogates within Cls
All TCLs <DL
Halt analysis until the problem
is identified and corrected.
Re-extract entire batch or
narrate as appropriate.
Halt analysis until the problem
is identified and corrected.
Re-extract entire batch or
narrate as appropriate.
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Table 13.1
QC Sample Acceptance Criteria and
Corrective Action: Method Blanks
Semi-volatile
Semi-volatile
Semi-volatile
Organic Charact.
Organic Charact.
Corrective Action
Acceptance Criteria
625
All surrogates within CLs; TCL<DL
Halt analysis until the problem
is identified and corrected.
Re-extract entire batch or
narrate as appropriate.
8270
All surrogates within CLs
All TCLs <DL except common
s)
laboratory contaminants phthalates)
which must be <5X DL.
lt analysis
a
Halt
until the problem
identi
iden
iss identified
and corrected.
Re-extr entire batch or
Re-extrac
Re-extract
narrate as appropriate.
8100
Surrogates within CLs
All TCLs <DL
Halt
H analysis until the problem
is identified and corrected. Reextract entire batch or narrate
as appropriate.
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Surrogates within
thin CLs
All TCLss <DL
DL
Halt analysis until the problem
is identified and corrected. Reextract entire batch or narrate
as appropriate.
TPH/EPH/
DRO
All surrogates
surroga within CLs; TCL<DL
Prepare and reanalyze entire
batch or narrate as appropriate.
NJ EPH
All surrogates within CLs; TCL<DL
Prepare and reanalyze entire
batch or narrate as appropriate.
Organic
Charact.
Oil & Grea
Grease
< 1.0 ppm
Prepare and reanalyze entire
batch or narrate as appropriate.
Organic Charact.
Total Organic
Carbon
(TOC)
< 1.0 ppm
< 50 ppm
Prepare and reanalyze samples
or narrate as appropriate.
Inorganic
200.7, 6010
ICP Metals;
200.8, 6020
ICP-MS
Metals
<CRDL or reporting limit*
Prepare and reanalyze entire
batch or narrate as appropriate.
Inorganic
Mercury
<CRDL or reporting limit*
Prepare and reanalyze entire
batch or narrate as appropriate.
Inorganic
Sulfate
<reporting limit
Prepare and reanalyze entire
batch or narrate as appropriate.
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Table 13.1
QC Sample Acceptance Criteria and
Corrective Action: Method Blanks
Department
Method
Corrective Action
Acceptance Criteria
Bromide
<reporting limit*
Prepare and reanalyze entire
batch or narrate as appropriate.
Inorganic
Chlorides
<reporting limit*
Prepare
Prepa
p and reanalyze entire
batch or narrate as appropriate.
Inorganic
Fluoride
<CRDL or reporting limit
Prepare and reanalyze entire
batch
bat or narrate as appropriate.
Inorganic
Nitrate/Nitrite
<reporting limit*
Prepare and reanalyze batch or
narrate as appropriate.
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Inorganic
Cyanides
<CRDL or reporting
rting limit
Prepare and reanalyze entire
batch or narrate as appropriate.
*If sample concentration is 10 timess the concentr
concentra
concentration of the preparation blank, do not prepare samples again.
Target Compound Lists = TCLs
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Table 13.2
QC Sample Acceptance Criteria and
Corrective Action: Blank Spikes/Laboratory Control Samples (BS/BSD) and Standard Reference
Materials (SRM)***
Method
Reanalyze and/or flag nonconforming data, as appropriate.
TO-15
50-150% Recovery for
analytes*****,
70-130% for all other TCLs.
Reanalyze
alyzee aand/or flag nonconforming
nforming
rming data,
ddat as appropriate.
TO-18
70-130% Recovery
Reanalyze and/or
flag nonan
conforming
conformin data, as appropriate.
Air
Air
Volatile
Volatile
Semi-volatile
Semi-volatile
70-130% for analytes****;
es****;
**;
80-120% for all other
ther TCLs.
Analytes
that do fall outside of
A
Analy
acceptable
limits are qualified.
ac
Samples that contain compounds
outside of acceptable limits are
reanalyzed with acceptable QCs.
All spike
kee recoveries
recoverie must be
within
set
in method se
s control limits
(see
analyte
seee lab for specific
sp
limits).
mits). RPD
RP ” 30%
Analytes that do fall outside of
acceptable limits are qualified.
Samples that contain compounds
outside of acceptable limits are
reanalyzed with acceptable QCs.
No m
more than 10% target
analytes
outside of control
a
an
limits (70-130%; difficult
analytes may be 40-160%).
RPD ” 25%
Analytes that do fall outside of
acceptable limits are qualified.
Samples that contain compounds
outside of acceptable limits are
reanalyzed with acceptable QCs.
70-130% Recovery; RPD ”
25%
Reanalyze entire batch.
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Corrective Action
70-130% Recovery
Air
Volatile
Acceptance Criteria
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524.2
624
8260*
260
260*
VPH/GRO
504.1
608
70-130% Recovery
All spike recoveries must be
within method set control limits
(see lab for specific analyte
limits). RPD ” 20%
If a second BS fails, locate and correct
the source of the problem and reextract/reanalyze.
Analytes that do fall outside of
acceptable limits are qualified.
Samples that contain compounds
outside of acceptable limits are
reanalyzed with acceptable QCs.
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Table 13.2
QC Sample Acceptance Criteria and
Corrective Action: Blank Spikes/Laboratory Control Samples (BS/BSD) and Standard Reference
Materials (SRM)***
Method
Semi-volatile
625
Semi-volatile
8270
Semi-volatile
8100M
Acceptance Criteria
All spike recoveries must be
within method set control limits
(see lab for specific analyte
limits).
All spike recoveries must be
within control limits (40-140%
for base compounds and 30130% for acids). RPD ” 20%
for waters; ” 30% for soils.
40-140% Recovery
Corrective Action
Flag non-conforming data.
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Department
Flagg non-conforming
non-confor
non-conf
data.
Flag
Fl nnon-conforming data.
Halt
H analysis until the problem is
identified and corrected. Reextract/reanalyze entire batch to verify
system control restored.
Organic Charact.
TPH/EPH/
DRO
40-140%
% Recovery;
Recovery RPD not
greater
aterr than 30%
Prepare and reanalyze entire batch.
Organic Charact.
NJ EPH
40-140%
RPD not
-140% Recovery;
Re
greater than
th 25%
Prepare and reanalyze entire batch.
Organic Charact.
Oil & Grease
rease
se
1664
664
83-101%,
RPD ” 11%
8
83
Correct problem, re-extract entire
analytical batch and repeat the
ongoing precision and recovery test.
Organic Charact.
Total Organic
rgan
Carbon
(TOC)
85-115% Recovery for Soils
and Waters. Soil SRM within
vendor limits.
Prepare and reanalyze calibration.
+ 15% true
Prepare and reanalyze entire batch.
Semi-volatile
Inorganic
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8082
All spike recoveries
es must be
within control limits
imits (not
greater than 40-140%).
140%).
200.7/6010
ICP Metals
Inorganic
200.8/6020
ICP-MS
Metals
+ 15% true
Prepare and reanalyze entire batch.
Inorganic
Mercury
+ 15% true
Prepare and reanalyze entire batch.
Inorganic
Sulfate
+ 10% true
Flag non-conforming data.
Inorganic
Bromide***
+ 10% true
Flag non-conforming data.
+ 10% true
Flag non-conforming data.
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Table 13.2
QC Sample Acceptance Criteria and
Corrective Action: Blank Spikes/Laboratory Control Samples (BS/BSD) and Standard Reference
Materials (SRM)***
Method
Chlorides
Inorganic
Fluoride
+ 10% true
Flag non-conforming data.
Inorganic
Nitrate/Nitrite
+ 10% true
Flag non-conforming data.
Inorganic
Cyanides
+ 10% true
Prepare
are and rreanalyze entire batch.
Corrective Action
* 8260 difficult analytes are Acetone, Bromomethane, Chloroethane, Dichlorodifluorom
Dichlorodifluoromethane,
lorodifluor
Ethyl ether,
ethane.
e
Hexachlorobutadiene, MEK, MIBK 1,4-Dioxane, Trichlorofluoromethane.
he Laboratory For
F
**The criteria listed is for the CCC, there is no difference from the
Fortified Blank or Blank Spike
(BS) and the CCC as noted in the applicable method.
***QC sample acceptance criteria may vary for Department off Defense wor
work; these limits are available upon
request.
arbon
n disulfi
disulfid
****Acetone, Acrylonitrile, MBK, MEK, MIBK, Carbon
disulfide, T
Tetrahydrofuran, Ethyl ether, TAME, ETBE,
DIPE, TBA, Ethanol.
rachloroethane
achloroethane Isopropylbenzene, Naphthalene, sec-Butylbenzene,
*****Acrylonitrile, 1,4-Dioxane, 1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane,
4-Isopropyltoluene, n-Butylbenzene.
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Table 13.3
QC Sample Acceptance Criteria and
Corrective Action: Matrix Spikes (MS), MS/MSD Pair*
Department
Method
Acceptance Criteria
Corrective Action
Flag non-conforming data.
624
Method set recovery; RPD ” 30%
Flag non-conforming data.
Volatile
8260
70-130% Recovery; ”20% RPD
Waters; ”30% RPD Soils
Flag non-conforming data.
Volatile
VPH/GRO
70-130% Recovery; RPD ” 30%
Flag non-conforming
data.
non
no
524.2
Volatile
Semi-volatile
Semi-volatile
Semi-volatile
Semi-volatile
Organic Charact.
Organic Charact.
504.1
65-135% Recovery
non-conforming data.
Flag non
non-co
All spike recoveries must be within
ithin
n
method set control limits (see
eee lab
for specific analyte limits); RPD
RP ”
50%
Flag
F non-conforming data.
625
30-140% Recoveryy
Flag non-conforming data.
8270
40-140% recovery
very for base
bas
compoundss and
for acids;
nd 30-130%
30-130
30-13
”20% RPD
PD
D Waters; ”30% RPD
Soils
Flag non-conforming data.
8151A/8081/
8082
Recovery
ecovery not
n greater than 30150%; ”30%
RPD
”
Analyze CCC. If CCC is
acceptable, report MS/MSD and
LCS with data qualifier.
TPH/EPH/
EPH/
DRO
40-140%
recovery; <25% RPD
4
Analyze LCS or re-prepare and
reanalyze MS/MSD
NJ EPH
PH
40-140% recovery; <50% RPD
Analyze LCS or re-prepare and
reanalyze MS/MSD
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80-120% Recovery; RPD ”20%
Volatile
Analyze LCS or re-prepare and
reanalyze MS/MSD
Organic Charact.
Oil & Grease
1664
78-114% recovery; <18% RPD
Organic Charact.
TOC
70-130% recovery; <30% RPD
Analyze LCS or re-prepare and
reanalyze MS/MSD.
Inorganic
200.7/200.8
ICP/ICP-MS
Metals
70-130% recovery **
Flag non-conforming data.
Inorganic
6010/6020
75-125% recovery**
Flag non-conforming data.
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Table 13.3
QC Sample Acceptance Criteria and
Corrective Action: Matrix Spikes (MS), MS/MSD Pair*
Department
Method
ICP/ICP-MS
Metals
Acceptance Criteria
Corrective Action
Mercury
80-120% recovery**
Flag non-conforming data.
Inorganic
Sulfate
90-110% recovery***
Flag non-conforming data.
Inorganic
Bromide
90-110% recovery***
Flag non-conforming
data.
non
no
Inorganic
Chlorides
90-110% recovery***
Inorganic
Fluoride
90-110% recovery**
Inorganic
Nitrate/Nitrite
90-110% recovery***
Inorganic
Cyanide
90-110% recovery**
**
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data.
non-co
non
Flag non-conforming
data.
n
Flag
F non-conforming data.
Flag non-conforming data.
* Submittal of sufficient sample volume/weight is required
uired to run
ru QC sample spikes and duplicates. QC sample acceptance
criteria may vary for Department of Defense work;
limits are available upon request.
rk; these lim
** A majority of percent recoveries (%R) mustt fall with
within the acceptance range, or representation of the batch must occur. If
teria,
a, the batch quality control data is flagged with a qualifier. If the sample
recovery is not within acceptance criteria,
concentration exceeds the spike concentration
the data is not flagged, even if the spike recovery is outside the acceptance
oncentration
entration th
range.
ous sample m
ma
*** Based on a standard aqueous
matrix or documented methods for solid preparations. Unusual practices may create
interference that require
acceptance criteria. The batch quality control data will be flagged with a qualifier.
re different ac
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Table 13.4
QC Sample Acceptance Criteria and
Corrective Action: Duplicates*
Department
Method
Acceptance Criteria**
Corrective Action
Air
APH
”30% RPD
Flag non-conforming data.
Air
TO-15
”30% RPD
Flag non-conforming data.
Air
TO-18
”30% RPD
”30% for analytes***;
”20% for all other TCLs
Flag non-conforming data.
Flag non-conforming data.
Volatile
524.2****
Volatile
624****
”30% RPD
Volatile
8260****
”20% RPD Waters;
”30% RPD Soils
Flag non-conforming
data.
non-co
non-
Volatile
VPH/GRO
”50% RPD
Flag non-conforming
data.
n
Semi-volatile
608
”30% RPD
Semi-volatile
625
”30% RPD
D
8270
”20% RPD Waters;
Water
”30%
Soils
0% RPD So
Flag non-conforming data.
8100
”50%
50% RPD
RP
Flag non-conforming data.
8151A/8081
”30%
”30% RPD
Flag non-conforming data.
8082
2
”40%
RPD
”
Flag non-conforming data.
NJ EPH/MA
PH/MA
MA EPH/
EPH
EP
DRO
”50% RPD
Flag non-conforming data.
TOC
TO
”20% RPD
Flag non-conforming data.
Inorganic
200.7/6010
20
ICP metals
”20% RPD
Flag non-conforming data.
Inorganic
200.8/6020 ICPMS Metals
”20% RPD
Flag non-conforming data.
Inorganic
Mercury
”20% RPD
Flag non-conforming data.
Inorganic.
Sulfates
”20% RPD
Flag non-conforming data.
Inorganic
Bromide
”20% RPD
Flag non-conforming data.
Inorganic
Chlorides
”20% RPD
Flag non-conforming data.
Inorganic
Fluoride
”20% RPD
Flag non-conforming data.
Inorganic
Nitrate/Nitrite
”20% RPD
Flag non-conforming data.
Semi-volatile
Semi-volatile
Semi-volatile
Organic Charact.
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ag non-conforming
non
no
Flag
Fl non-conforming data.
Flag non-conforming data.
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QC Sample Acceptance Criteria and
Corrective Action: Duplicates*
Department
Inorganic
Method
Cyanide
Acceptance Criteria**
”20% RPD
Corrective Action
Flag non-conforming data.
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** The majority of RPDs must meet acceptance criteria. Data will be accepted if the RPD of the batch LCS/LCSD and/or
MS/MSD is within 20%. All RPD exceedances will be flagged with a qualifier.
***Acetone, Acrylonitrile, MBK, MEK, MIBK, Carbon disulfide, Tetrahydrofuran, TAME,
ETBE, DIPE, TBA
E, E
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Atomic Absorption
American Chemical Society
American Public Health Association
American Society for Testing and Materials
American Water Works Association
Biological Oxygen Demand
Below Reporting Limit
degree(s) Celsius
Corrective Action Report
Chief Executive Officer
Chain of Custody
Chemical Oxygen Demand
concentration
Code of Massachusetts Regulations
day
(State of Massachusetts) Departmentt off Environmental
Env onmen Protection
(State of Florida) Department of Environment
Environmental
vironmen Regulation
De-ionized
Dissolved Oxygen
Department of Defense
(State of New York) Department
epartment of
o Health
Electron Capture Detector
etector
ctor
Environmental Laboratory
Approval Program
oratory A
(City of Cincinnati)
Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory
nnati)
ati) Enviro
Envir
Environmental
Protection Agency
ental
al Protec
Protecti
Extractable
Petroleum Hydrocarbons
ablee Petrole
Petroleu
Flamee Ionization Detector
Infrared
frared Spectrophotometer
Spectr
Spec
gram(s)
m(s)
Gas Chromatograph
h
hro
Gas Chromatograph / Mass Spectrometer
hour
Haloacetic Acids
Ion Chromatograph
Inductively Coupled Plasma
Initial Calibration Verification
Identification
Internal Standard
kilogram(s)
liter(s)
Laboratory Information Management System
Limit of Detection, also known as MDL
Limit of Quantitation, also known as MRL and PQL
meter(s)
Maximum Contaminant Level
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ACS
APHA
ASTM
AWWA
BOD
BRL
o
C
CAR
CEO
COC
COD
conc
CMR
d
DEP
DER
DI
DO
DoD
DOH
ECD
ELAP
EMSL
EPA
EPH
FID
FTIR
g
GC
GC / MS
h
HAAs
IC
ICP
ICV
Id
IS
kg
L
LIMS
LOD
LOQ
m
MCL
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Minimum Detection Limit, also known as LOD
Minimum Reporting Limit, also known as PQL and LOQ
milligram(s)
minute
milliliter(s)
millimeter(s)
Mass Spectrometer
Matrix Spike
Matrix Spike Duplicate
micrometer(s)
National Bureau of Standards
National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Conference
ren
National Environmental Laboratory Approval Program
m
Nephelometric Turbidity Units
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Polychlorinated Biphenyls
parts per billion
parts per million
Photo Ionization Detector
Practical Quantitation Limit, also
so known as LOQ and MRL
Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance / Quality
ity Control
Quality Assurance Officer
ficer
icer
Quality Control
Quality Management
ment
nt Program
Recovery (%R:
Recovery)
R: Percent R
Reportable Detection
Limit
etection L
Relative Standard
Deviation
ndard D
Standard
ard Deviation
Deviatio
Sludge
udge Density
Densi Index
second(s)
ond(s)
Sludgee Volume
Index
V
Standard Method
Standard Operating Procedure
Self Monitoring Analytical Report Tracking
Standard Reference Material
Solid Waste
Target Compound List
Trihalomethane(s)
Total Organic Carbon
Total Organic Halogen
Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons
Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons by Gas Chromatography
Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons by Infrared
units
United States Environmental Protection Agency
Volatile Organic Amber
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MRL
mg
min
mL
mm
MS
MS
MSD
um
NBS
NELAC
NELAP
NTU
OSHA
PAHs
PCBs
ppb
ppm
PID
PQL
QA
QA / QC
QAO
QC
QMP
R
RDL
RSD
SD
SDI
s
SVI
SM
SOP
SMART
SRM
SW
TCL
THM
TOC
TOX
TPH
TPH-GC
TPH-IR
u
USEPA
VOA
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Volatile Petroleum Hydrocarbons
Water Supply
Water Pollution
Water Potability Analysis
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VPH
WS
WP
WPA
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Definitions
The closeness of agreement between an observed value and an accepted
reference value. When applied to a set of observed values, accuracy will be a
combination of a random component and of a common systematic error (or bias)
component.
Batch:
A group of samples which behave similarly with respect to the sampling or the
testing procedures being employed and which are processed as a unit.
Bias:
The deviation due to matrix effects of the measured
ed value (Xs - Xu) from a
known spike amount. Bias can be assessed by comparing
a measured value to an
compar
pa
accepted reference value in a sample of known
concentration or by determining
wn concentra
concen
the recovery of a known amount of a contaminant
taminant
inant spike
spiked into a sample (a matrix
spike). Thus, the bias (B) due to matrix
x effects
ffects bas
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where:
sa
s
Xs = measured value for a spike sample,
Xu = measured value
uee for unspik
unspiked
unspi
sample, and
K = known value
ue of the spike
spik sample.
sp
Using the following
equation yields the percent recovery (%R).
llowing
wing equa
%R = 100 (Xs - Xu) / K
Blank:
see
ee Equipmen
Equipment
quipmen Blank, Method Blank, Trip Blank.
Calibration Check:
Verification
Verifica
of the ratio of instrument response to analyte amounts
Carry Over:
Contamination
Co
which is transmitted from one sample to another, typically from
improperly or insufficiently cleaned glassware or equipment or highly
contaminated samples.
Control Sample:
A QC sample introduced into the process to monitor the performance of the
system.
Duplicate:
see Matrix Duplicate, Field Duplicate, Matrix Spike Duplicate.
Equipment
Blank:
A sample of analyte-free media which has been used to rinse the sampling
equipment. It is collected after completion of decontamination and prior to
sampling. This blank is useful in documenting adequate decontamination of
sampling equipment.
Field Duplicate:
Independent samples which are collected as close as possible to the same point in
space and time. They are two separate samples taken from the same source,
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stored in separate containers, and analyzed independently. These duplicates are
useful in documenting the precision of the sampling process.
Initial calibration verification: A standard obtained or prepared from a source
independent of the source of standards for the initial calibration. Its concentration
should be at or near the middle of the calibration range. It is done after the initial
calibration.
Laboratory Control
Sample (LCS):
A known matrix spiked with compound(s) representative of the target
analytes. This is used to document laboratory performance also known as a
Blank Spike (BS).
Matrix:
The component or substrate (e.g., waste water, drinkin
drinking
ki water) which contains
the analyte of interest.
Matrix Duplicate:
An intra laboratory split sample which is used to docu
do
document the precision of a
method in a given sample matrix.
Matrix Spike:
An aliquot of a sample spiked with a known
know concentration
c
of target analyte(s).
mple preparation
pr
pre ara
The spiking occurs prior to sample
and analysis. A matrix spike is
as of a metho
used to document the bias
method in a given sample matrix.
Method Blank:
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Intra laboratory split
lit of samples
sampl
sample spiked with identical concentrations of
target analyte(s).
). The spiking
spikin occurs prior to sample preparation ana analysis.
documen the precision and bias of a method in a given sample
They are usedd too document
matrix.
An analyte-free
alyte-free matrix
m
to which all reagents are added in the same volumes or
proportions
roportions
rtions as used in sample processing. The method blank should be carried
through
hrough the complete sample preparation and analytical procedure. The method
blank is used to document contamination resulting from the analytical process.
For a method blank to be acceptable for use with the accompanying samples, the
Fo
concentration in the blank of any analyte of concern should not be higher than
the highest of either:
1 - The method detection limit, or
2 - Five percent of the regulatory limit for that analyte, or
3 - Five percent of the measured concentration in the sample.
Method Detection
Limit (MDL/LOD):
The minimum concentration of a substance that can be measured and
reported with 99% confidence that the analyte concentration is greater than zero
and is determined from analysis of a sample in a given matrix type containing the
analyte.
Practical Quantitation The lowest concentration that can be reliably achieved within specified
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limits of precision and accuracy during routine laboratory operating conditions.
The PQL is generally 5 to 10 times the MDL. However, it may be nominally
chosen within these guidelines to simplify data reporting. For many analytes the
PQL analyte concentration is selected as the lowest non-zero standard in the
calibration curve. Sample PQLs are highly matrix-dependent. PQL also known
as the Minimum Reporting Limit (MRL) or Limit of Quanitation (LOQ).
Precision:
The agreement among a set of replicate measurements without assumption of
knowledge of the true value. Precision is estimated by means of
duplicate/replicate analyses. These samples should contain concentrations of
analyte above the MDL, and may involve the use of matrix spikes. The Relative
Percent Difference (%RPD) is used to estimate thee precision between two
samples. The formula for determining %RPD is:
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%RPD = (value 1 - value 2)
-------------------- * 100%
average value
Reagent Blank:
Reagent Water:
Split Samples:
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see Method Blank.
Analytical reagent (AR) grade, ACS reagent grade, and reagent grade are
synonymous terms forr reagents which
w
wh conform to the current specifications of
the Committee on Analytical
nalytical R
Reagents of the American Chemical Society.
Water that has
as been gener
generated by any method which would achieve the
performance
nce specificat
specifications for ASTM Type II water.
Aliquot
quott of samples
sampl taken from the same container and analyzed independently.
In
n cases
ses where aliquot of samples is impossible to obtain, field duplicate samples
should
hould be ttaken for the matrix duplicate analysis.
Standard Addition::
The practice
p
of adding a known amount of an analyte to a sample immediately
pri
prior to analysis. It is typically used to evaluate interferences.
Standard Curve:
A plot of concentrations of known analyte standards versus the instrument
response to the analyte. Calibration standards are prepared by successively
diluting a standard solution to produce working standards which cover the range
of the instrument.
Surrogate:
An organic compound which is similar to the target analyte(s) in chemical
composition and behavior in the analytical process, but which is not normally
found in environmental samples. These compounds are spiked into all blanks,
standards, and samples prior to analysis. Percent recoveries are calculated for
each surrogate.
Trip Blank:
A sample of analyte-free media taken from the laboratory to the sampling site
and returned to the laboratory unopened. A trip blank is used to document
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of blank is useful in documenting contamination of volatile organic samples.
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Analytical Method References
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste. Third edition, 1998
40 CFR 136
Guidelines Establishing Test Procedures for the Analysis of Pollutants Under the
Clean Water Act
40 CFR 141
National Primary Drinking Water Regulations
40 CFR 143
National Secondary Drinking Water Regulations
40 CFR 160
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), Good Laboratory
Practice Standards
310 CMR 42.00
Massachusetts. Department of Environmental Protection.
otection. 310
3 CMR 42.00:
Certification and Operation of Environmental Analysis Laboratories, 10/05/2007.
ASTM D 3328
EPA 540/G-87/003
EPA 600/4-79-012
EPA 600/4-79-019
EPA 600/4-79-020
EPA 600/4-82-057
Standard Methods for the Examination of Water
Wate and Wastes
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Standard Methods for the Comparison
parison of Waterborn Petroleum Oils by Gas
Chromatography
Data Quality Objectives for Reme
Remediation Response Activities, Development
Process
Quality Assurance
nce Handbook
Handb
for Analytical Quality Control in Water and
Wastewater Laboratories
Laboratori
Handbookk for Analytical
Ana
Quality Control in Water and Wastewater Laboratories
Method
ethod for the Chemical Analysis of Water and Wastes
Methods for Organic Chemical Analysis of Municipal and Industrial Wastewater
Method
EPA 600/4-85/056
Choosing Cost-Effective QA/QC (Quality Assurance/Quality Control) Programs
for Chemical Analysis
EPA 600/4-88/039
Method for the Determination of Organic Compounds in Drinking Water
MADEP EPH
Method for the Determination of Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons (EPH)
MADEP VPH
Method for the Determination of Volatile Petroleum Hydrocarbons (VPH)
NELAC
National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Conference. NELAC Standard.,
Quality Systems, 06/05/2003 and 09/08/2009.
NJ EPH
Method for the Determination of Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons (EPH)
DOD
Department of Defense Quality Systems Manual for Environmental Laboratories,
most current revision
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Analytical Method References
Guidelines and Specifications for Preparing Quality Assurance Program Plans,
USEPA Office of Monitoring System and Quality Assurance
USACE RIM
US Army Corp of Engineers, Regional Implementation Manual
US Coast Guard
GC-D-52-77
Oil Spill Identification System
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