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Old 7th April 2004, 10:42 AM
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I am curious.........any idea how many folks may be out there (in the U.S. primarily) that have training in assessing to ISO/IEC17025 and have training and experience in Metrology?


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Old 7th April 2004, 12:57 PM
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Rather tough to answer there - depending on what you call training and experience in Metrology. I have limited training through a few college courses (and almost every seminar offered by gage manufacturers) and 30 some years in quality. I am a trained and approved 2pCP auditor for the AIAG lab approval program. I don't feel I am specially trained or qualified for auditing 17025 because it isn't my regular job. I fill a need. I do however feel confident that I am assessing a supplier fairly and competently. I feel the same when I audit a supplier's QMS. That isn't my regular job either.

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Old 7th April 2004, 01:03 PM
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In Reply to Parent Post by Hershal

I am curious.........any idea how many folks may be out there (in the U.S. primarily) that have training in assessing to ISO/IEC17025 and have training and experience in Metrology?

I have a very good friend who is exactly that. . . 17025 auditor. . .certified. Over 20 years on metrology
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Old 7th April 2004, 01:57 PM
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I can't even spell 17052, or rather 5217856325dkeucne15. Oh forget it!

I do have a co-worker who is a chemist br trade, and has a lot of experience in metrology and is our lab guy.
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Old 7th April 2004, 02:48 PM
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Wait a minute.

You want someone who's experienced in calibration (17025) AND metrology.

So he is able to predict both gage variability AND the weather??
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Old 8th April 2004, 10:04 AM
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If he can predict the weather also, it is likely he is not working in the field of Metrology......not enough money!

Calibration is a part of Metrology.....and 17025 is the standard used for lab accreditation. I am hoping to find the right folks to potentially become contracted technical assessors, so that as we grow, I have a corp of folks to support our growth. That is why both qualifications are important.

A few caveats......I am not promising some volume of work, as that will depend on number and type of labs, scopes, area of the country, etc.....CCTs and degrees are preferred, but not required.....and the person(s) can not currently be assessing for another AB......

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Thank you for starting this thread. I can conduct 1st party and 2nd party audits for manufacturer and service industries in North West Ohio and Southern Michican. In the heart of automotive country. ISO 9001:2000, QS 9000 and TS 16949. Currently a RAB provisional third party auditor. Developed Internal Auditing training class for ISo 9000:2000 / Ts 16949. Train your auditors in house for less than what you would pay to send your auditors to the big names, and also have practice audits done on your system which will count towards your internal audits.

Also will handle all your internal auditing needs. Have references will travel.
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Old 8th September 2004, 03:39 PM
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Although I feel horribly under-qualified when reading many of the posts in this thread, I would still like to offer my services. I am a certified quality auditor (since 2001) and have been auditing since 1998. I have eight years experience in the medical device industry, working with class II and III devices as well as a diagnostic software platform.
I am available to provide quality system training (21 CFR 820, MDD/ AIMD, ISO 9001:1994, ISO 9000:2000, and ISO 13485) or perform internal audits for small companies in the central plains/ upper Midwest.

Many thanks for the opportunity Marc,

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