Verification of in-house laboratory methods: ISO 16140 part 3 made simple seminar

Verification of in-house laboratory methods: ISO 16140 part 3 made simple – Understanding the protocol behind the new proposed standard seminar


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Summary

Do you need to verify your in-house microbiology methods to the new ISO 16140-3 standard? Unlike ISO 16140-2 that shows that a method can provide a comparable result to a reference method, the new ISO 16140-3 helps you demonstrate that your laboratory can operate that method correctly. It will become a much-used standard by testing laboratories.

Previously, laboratory personnel have often verified that they can use a method to achieve correct results using a procedure that was not exact to that used in another, different laboratory. To overcome this issue there is now an International Standard that covers this area.

The recently published ISO 16140-3 standard guides laboratories through the internal verifications of a method, to show that it works in their hands, and our seminar will help you understand it. The seminar will examine ISO 16140-3 in detail showing how it works and what your laboratory personnel will have to do to operate the standard correctly.

Event Director

Fiona Cawkell

Programme

Time Presentation
10:00 Welcome and Chairman's introduction
Dr Roy Betts, Campden BRI
10:10 ISO16140 part 3 – what is it?
Awaiting speaker confirmation
10:55 How to operate the standard correctly
Awaiting speaker confirmation
11:40 Comfort break
11:50 Welcome back
Dr Roy Betts, Campden BRI
11:55 How Campden BRI can help
Awaiting speaker confirmation
12:35 Chairman's overview and closing comments

Speakers

  • Dr Roy Betts
    Roy Betts is a Fellow at Campden BRI, an independent international food consultancy and research organisation based in the UK. His role is to ensure that the industry maintains a full awareness of all microbiological concerns and to help companies respond to and manage microbiological issues relevant to them and their products. Prior to taking this role, Roy managed a large microbiology department at Campden BRI, with particular interests in test method development and validation, and incident and crisis management.

    Roy has published widely in the area of food microbiology and is a member of many committees including:
    • British Standards Institute AW 9 Committee, Methods for the Microbiological of Foods and Animal Feeds
    • Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Association of Analytical Chemists (AOAC) Research Institute
    • Member of the MicroVal General Committee for European microbiological method validation.
    • Member of the European Chill Food Federation VTEC working group
    • Expert reviewer for the AOAC RI for microbiological test methods
    • Member of ISO TC34/SC9 WG3 – Validation of microbiological methods

    Current related lecturing capacity at Campden BRI:
    • MOD courses
    • Client specific courses e.g. retailer courses

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