ISO Guide 34?
Guide 34:2009 specifies general requirements in accordance with which a reference material
producer has to demonstrate that it operates, if it is to be recognised as competent to carry out the
production of reference materials.
Guide 34:2009 is intended for use by reference material producers in the development and
implementation of their management system for quality, administrative and technical operations.
Reference material customers, regulatory authorities and accreditation bodies may also use it in
confirming and recognising the competence of reference material producers.
Guide 34:2009 is not intended to be used as the basis for conformity assessment by certification
Guide 34:2009 sets out the management system requirements in accordance with which reference
materials shall be produced. It is intended to be used as part of a reference material producer's
general quality assurance (QA) procedures.
High-Purity Chromatography ISO Guide 34 Standards
With the advancements in technology and the ever greater demands from regulatory bodies to
identify new analytes and the lowering of detection limits, High-Purity recognises the importance
of supplying Certified Reference Materials with validated
and stated uncertainties. Scientists are under increasing pressure to produce accurate reports
using the technologies currently available to them and to minimise random and systematic errors
in their procedures.
European and other accrediting bodies including the United Kingdom Accreditation Service
(UKAS), specify the use of ISO Guide 34 Certified Reference Materials under certain circumstances.
In the absence of ISO Guide 34 Certified Standards, scientists assume the laborious, time
consuming task of calculating and documenting the uncertainties associated with the calibration
standards they use.
The ISO Guide 34 Certified Reference Materials offered by High-Purity have their major
components of uncertainty identified and documented, including homogeneity, short and long
term stabilities and the uncertainty due to analytical characterisation.
The organic reference standards contained in this catalogue meet the requirements of ISO Guide
34 and form part of our extensive range of organic, inorganic and specialist reference standards,
maintaining our envious position as a leading source of Certified Reference Standards to the global
ISO Guide 34?
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