A testing lab within an organization

Mike S.

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In my experience, the overwhelming majority of times, such "risk analysis" are just a paperwork façade concocted by biased people trying to convince other people they are not biased. Just check Do Morals & Character Matter?
If someone really wants to cheat, they can easily pay off an outside lab to cheat for them almost as easily as they can influence an employee of an internal lab. I've seen it both ways.

I've come across cheating in an in-house lab and put a stop to it.

I've seen a well-ran in-house lab at another place get audited by many different registrars and customers to the point the auditors eventually just stopped auditing the lab beyond just asking "is that John Smith guy still running the lab?" If the answer was yes they said "well I don't need to go there then".
 
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