ADC’s quality control goal is to continuously strive for excellence and service. In order to continuously meet this requirement, ADC periodically reviews its already critical steps for quality implementation. These steps are guaranteed by the quality manager. Operations are objectively secured through internal and external audits.
This method of quality assurance ensures that external customers trust that the organization meets internationally set standards and that internally, management and staff are confident that product quality or service meets all requirements. The need for assurance about the quality of products and services increases both locally and internationally.
ADC ’s Water Laboratory adheres to the general requirements of competence for a laboratory to perform specific tests or calibrations NEN-EN-ISO/IEC 17025:2005. The Medical Laboratories adhere to the norm: Medical laboratories- particular requirements for quality and competence, the NEN-EN-ISO 15189:2012. The Water Laboratory are since March 25, 2009, NEN-EN-ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accredited under the ‘Raad voor Accreditatie’ (RvA) registration number L493, for the actions described in the scope: https://www.rva.nl/. The Medical laboratory are since june 2016, NEN-EN-ISO 15189:2012 accredited under the RvA registration number M297, for the actions described in the scope: https://www.rva.nl/.
The Accreditation Council is an institution in the Netherlands that assesses whether companies and institutions meet the required quality standards. The RvA is a member of the European Cooperation for Accreditation (E.A.) This means that institutions accredited by the Accreditation Council are the recognized globally.
ADC has to keep demonstrating in the future how our activities are organized and how we manage to maintain the quality of work up to standard. With the implementation of critical steps, ADC will further optimize the quality of its services over a wider area.