With the continuously increasing demand of traceable and often accredited measurements presented by the main actors in the scientific community (hi-tech companies, health-related infrastructures,...), laboratories should not disregard the requirements of a quality management of the proper activity. The accreditation is a quite challenging process as it requires the scientist to adapt their attitude, normally turned to the novelty of their works, towards the standardisation of procedures and analytical work. This paper presents the case study of the laboratory MiNALab operating within the Centre of Materials and Microsystems (CMM) of the Bruno Kessler Foundation (FBK).

Quality management system and accreditation of measurements on scientific high-level technological laboratory. The case study of MiNALab.

Iacob, Erica;Vanzetti, Lia Emanuela;Gennaro, Salvatore;Bersani, Massimo
2013

Abstract

With the continuously increasing demand of traceable and often accredited measurements presented by the main actors in the scientific community (hi-tech companies, health-related infrastructures,...), laboratories should not disregard the requirements of a quality management of the proper activity. The accreditation is a quite challenging process as it requires the scientist to adapt their attitude, normally turned to the novelty of their works, towards the standardisation of procedures and analytical work. This paper presents the case study of the laboratory MiNALab operating within the Centre of Materials and Microsystems (CMM) of the Bruno Kessler Foundation (FBK).
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