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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 1. Administration
Agency 30. Department of General Services
11/19/2019

Chapter 45. Certification for Noncommercial Environmental LaboratoriesRead Chapter

Section 10
Purpose
Section 20
Establishment of certification program
Section 30
Applicability
Section 40
Definitions
Section 50
Scope of certification
Section 60
General: certification requirements
Section 70
Process to apply and obtain certification
Section 80
Maintaining certification
Section 90
Notifications and changes to certification elements and status
Section 95
Suspension of certification
Section 100
Decertification
Section 110
Procedures to deny certification or decertify a laboratory; appeal procedures
Section 120
Exemptions
Section 130
Fees
Section 140
Petitioning for a variance
Section 150
(Reserved)
Section 160
(Reserved)
Section 170
(Reserved)
Section 180
(Reserved)
Section 190
(Reserved)
Section 200
Laboratory manager
Section 210
Quality assurance officer
Section 220
Laboratory personnel requirements and management responsibilities
Section 230
Absence of laboratory manager
Section 240
(Reserved)
Section 250
(Reserved)
Section 260
(Reserved)
Section 270
(Reserved)
Section 280
(Reserved)
Section 290
(Reserved)
Section 300
Frequency of on-site assessment
Section 310
Announced and unannounced on-site assessments
Section 320
Request for records
Section 330
Areas to be assessed
Section 340
National security considerations
Section 350
Arrival, admittance, and opening conference
Section 360
On-site laboratory records review and collection
Section 370
Observations of and interviews with laboratory personnel
Section 380
Closing conference
Section 390
Follow-up and reporting procedures.
Section 400
Documentation of on-site assessment
Section 410
(Reserved)
Section 420
(Reserved)
Section 430
(Reserved)
Section 440
(Reserved)
Section 450
(Reserved)
Section 460
(Reserved)
Section 470
(Reserved)
Section 480
(Reserved)
Section 490
(Reserved)
Section 500
Laboratory enrollment in proficiency testing program
Section 510
Requirements for laboratory testing of PT study samples
Section 520
PT criteria for laboratory certification
Section 530
[Repealed]
Section 540
(Reserved)
Section 550
(Reserved)
Section 560
(Reserved)
Section 570
(Reserved)
Section 580
(Reserved)
Section 590
(Reserved)
Section 600
Quality system
Section 610
Quality manual
Section 620
Organization
Section 630
Records
Section 640
Recordkeeping system and design
Section 650
Records management and storage
Section 660
Required records
Section 670
Audits
Section 680
Subcontracting analytical samples
Section 690
Outside support services and supplies
Section 700
Complaints
Section 710
Environment and work areas
Section 720
Equipment and reference materials
Section 730
Test methods and standard operating procedures
Section 740
Measurement traceability and calibration
Section 750
Quality assurance
Section 760
Quality control requirements
Section 770
Chemical testing: positive and negative controls
Section 771
Chemical testing: limit of detection and limit of quantitation
Section 772
Chemical testing: data reduction
Section 773
Chemical testing: quality of standards and reagents
Section 774
Chemical testing: selectivity
Section 775
Chemical testing: constant and consistent test conditions
Section 780
[Repealed]
Section 781
[Repealed]
Section 782
[Repealed]
Section 783
[Repealed]
Section 784
[Repealed]
Section 785
[Repealed]
Section 786
[Repealed]
Section 787
[Repealed]
Section 788
[Repealed]
Section 789
(Reserved)
Section 790
Microbiology testing: general
Section 791
Microbiology testing: sterility checks and blanks, positive and negative controls
Section 792
Microbiology testing: test variability and reproducibility
Section 793
Microbiology testing: method evaluation
Section 794
Microbiology testing: test performance
Section 795
Microbiology testing: data reduction
Section 796
Microbiology testing: quality of standards, reagents, and media
Section 797
Microbiology testing: selectivity
Section 798
Microbiology testing: constant and consistent test conditions
Section 800
[Repealed]
Section 801
[Repealed]
Section 802
[Repealed]
Section 803
[Repealed]
Section 804
[Repealed]
Section 805
[Repealed]
Section 806
[Repealed]
Section 807
[Repealed]
Section 808
[Repealed]
Section 809
(Reserved)
Section 810
Air testing: general
Section 811
Air testing: negative and positive controls
Section 812
Air testing: analytical variability/reproducibility
Section 813
Air testing: method evaluation
Section 814
Air testing: limit of detection
Section 815
Air testing: data reduction
Section 816
Air testing: quality of standards and reagents
Section 817
Air testing: selectivity
Section 818
Air testing: constant and consistent test conditions
Section 819
(Reserved)
Section 820
[Repealed]
Section 821
[Repealed]
Section 822
[Repealed]
Section 823
[Repealed]
Section 824
[Repealed]
Section 825
[Repealed]
Section 826
[Repealed]
Section 827
[Repealed]
Section 828
[Repealed]
Section 829
[Repealed]
Section 830
(Reserved)
Section 840
(Reserved)
Section 850
Sample handling, sample acceptance policy, and sample receipt
Section 860
Laboratory report format and contents
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