2020 Environmental, Hydrocarbon and Toxicity Laboratory Audits

Environmental, Hydrocarbon and Toxicity Laboratory Audits

Analytical laboratory audits are an important tool for assessing liabilities that may arise from using a commercial environmental laboratory. For over 30 years, Environmental Standards, Inc. (Environmental Standards) has conducted third-party laboratory audits and independent third-party data validation on behalf of our clients – companies in the oil & gas, chemical, industrial/manufacturing, utility, transportation, mining, and food/beverage & consumer markets. As in years past, we invite you to take part in a unique cost-sharing opportunity. Please take a look at our  2020 laboratory audit nomination list.
 
The environmental, hydrocarbon and toxicity laboratories on this list have been nominated by a wide range of industrial clients to be audited by Environmental Standards during 2020. In addition to the laboratory names and locations, the laboratory audit list and interactive map identify the number of clients sharing the cost of each audit and the current audit scope. Many of the audit dates are still “open” and will float while the stakeholders (the clients, the laboratories, and Environmental Standards’ Senior Auditors) determine optimal audit dates
If you have additional nominations, please contact me via email or call 610-935-5577. 
 
Also, please keep in mind that the list and map are “snapshots” in time and traditionally grow throughout the year as clients continue to make nominations. Contact me at any time throughout the year for an updated laboratory audit nomination list.
 
If you have not previously participated in our audit program, I encourage you to review a summary of Environmental Standards’ Laboratory Auditing Qualifications and Scope.
 
Finally, you may want to consider contracting Environmental Standards for all of your third-party data validation needs for your high-profile projects and/or to serve in an oversight capacity as your “data quality watchdog.”

Rock Vitale, CEAC

Technical Director of Chemistry