Recorded Webinar: Understanding Corrective Actions, Nonconformities, and Root Cause Analysis
About this Webinar
In this presentation, Heather McLemore from A2LA will speak about the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 for nonconforming work and corrective actions.
This will include a discussion on how to perform a thorough root cause analysis. She will also touch on risks and opportunities.
The difference between nonconforming work and corrective actions.
Different methods to perform a root cause analysis.
ISO/IEC 17025:2017 requirements for nonconforming work and corrective actions.
Risks and opportunities as they relate to nonconforming work and corrective actions.
Heather McLemore | Accreditation Officer II @ A2LA
Heather McLemore has been with A2LA since 2019. She is an Accreditation Officer II and oversees the AOAC accreditation program. In January 2020 she became a staff-approved lead assessor and has performed more than a dozen quality management system assessments. She has over 8 years’ food microbiology experience, having worked in both beef slaughter and furthered processed meats facilities. This experience allows Ms. McLemore to generate customer confidence with her knowledge of the ISO/IEC 17025 requirements, as well as understand the language used and tests performed by the labs she is responsible for, throughout the entire accreditation process.
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