Laboratory Association of New Hampshire Mission Statement
Providing professional development through educational opportunities, seminars, presentations and the distribution of information to its members
Creating a platform for communication among laboratories, regulatory agencies, professional organizations and related businesses
Encouraging quality, accuracy and ethical practices from its members
Protecting the interests of the environmental laboratory community while still working together with regulatory agencies and Accreditation Bodies to achieve a common goal.
A message from Governor Chris Sununu regarding Laboratory Professionals Week April 24th-30th 2022
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Our next LANH meeting will be Wednesday June 21st at 8:30am at The Puritan Backroom 245 Hooksett Rd. Manchester, NH. Lunch will be served compliments of the LANH.
We will be having a duel presentation.
8:30am -12:30pm Time and Activity Management -- Mastering Your Time. Workshop by Bob Schaumann RST Consulting.
12:30-1:30pm Buffet Lunch
1:30-3:00pm Yearly Data Integrity and Ethics refresher with certificate. Presentation by Paul Fyfe Scientific Consulting Services
Please take the time as Lab Professionals to be familiar with the 2016 TNI Standard. as well as the NH ENV-C Rules. Even just read a little each day. You will be doing yourself and your Laboratory an invaluable service.
NH CODE OF ENVIRONMENTAL RULES-2022 TIP OF THE MONTH!
Env-C 305.10 Calibration of Instruments.
(a) The laboratory shall meet the instrument calibration requirements specified in Volume 1, Module 2, Section 5.5 of the TNI standards. (b) If the requirements in Volume 1, Module 2, Section 5.5 of the TNI standards and the requirements in an approved method differ, the laboratory shall use the requirements that result in a higher level of confidence in testing results. (c) Prior to analyzing any samples, the laboratory shall verify all initial instrument calibrations with: (1) A standard obtained from a manufacturer other than the one that produced the calibration standards used by the laboratory; or (2) A standard obtained from the same manufacturer that produced the calibration standards but from a different lot that was independently prepared from different source materials. Source. (See Revision Note at chapter heading) #12065, eff 1-1-17
The LANH Welcomes all of New England and Beyond!
The Laboratory Association of New Hampshire is a powerful networking tool for laboratories and industry professionals throughout New England. We offer the opportunity for like-minded individuals to interact and discuss issues that are important to all of us in the environmental field. The Association also works closely with select vendors to help members save on rising costs such as consumables and PT samples.