How to Find An ISO 17025 Accredited Laboratory

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Need to find an ISO 17025 Accredited Laboratory?

Today, I answered a question on LinkedIn and thought it would be an excellent post to share on my blog. The post asked a question that I encounter quite often, “Does anyone know where I can find a list of metrology labs in the US?” Well, I took the answer that I had posted which is a list of directory searches for the ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation bodies in the United States that are members of the ILAC Mutual Recognition Arrangement or ILAC/MRA. Furthermore, I have included a link to the full ILAC member directory and the BIPM directory of National Metrology Institutes or NMIs. I hope the list provided is a great tool for those searching for an accredited testing or calibration laboratory.

Please refer to the list below for directories to find an ISO 17025 accredited laboratory in the United States.
This list was updated: 06/30/2020

A2LA
https://portal.a2la.org/search/

NVLAP
https://www-s.nist.gov/niws/index.cfm?event=directory.search#no-back

ANAB (formerly ACLASS)
http://search.anab.org/

PJLA
http://www.pjlabs.com/search-accredited-labs

IAS
https://www.iasonline.org/search-accredited-organizations-2/

If you are looking for more information, the ILAC website will identify signatories of the ILAC/MRA; but, it will not provide you with a list of laboratories.

http://ilac.org/ilac-mra-and-signatories/

If you are looking for National Metrology Institutes, check out the BIPM website.

http://www.bipm.org/en/practical_info/useful_links/nmi.html

If you find this list helpful and want to connect or if I have you have any additional information that you would like to share, please contact me at rhogan@isobudgets.com.

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Richard Hogan

Richard Hogan is the CEO of ISO Budgets, L.L.C., a U.S.-based consulting and data analysis firm. Services include measurement consulting, data analysis, uncertainty budgets, and control charts. Richard is a systems engineer who has laboratory management and quality control experience in the Metrology industry. He specializes in uncertainty analysis, industrial statistics, and process optimization. Richard holds a Masters degree in Engineering from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA. Connect with Richard on LinkedIn.

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