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

Chapter 46. Accreditation for Commercial Environmental LaboratoriesRead Chapter

Section 10
Purpose
Section 15
Standards for accreditation transition
Section 20
Establishment of accreditation program
Section 30
Applicability
Section 40
Definitions
Section 50
Scope of accreditation
Section 60
General: accreditation requirements
Section 70
Process to apply and obtain accreditation
Section 80
Maintaining accreditation
Section 90
Notifications and changes to accreditation elements and status
Section 95
Suspension of accreditation
Section 100
Withdrawal of accreditation
Section 110
Procedures to deny or withdraw accreditation, and appeal procedures
Section 120
Information about accredited environmental laboratories
Section 130
Use of accreditation status by environmental laboratories accredited under this chapter
Section 140
Secondary accreditation
Section 150
Fees
Section 160
Petitioning for a variance
Section 170
(Reserved)
Section 180
(Reserved)
Section 190
(Reserved)
Section 200
Incorporation by reference of TNI standards
Section 210
Standards for accreditation
Section 220
On-site assessment
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