The ISO/IEC 17025 Resource Center website is a unique source of information specific to the ISO/IEC 17025 standard (or commonly called ISO 17025) and ISO 17025 accreditation. The information and documents provided on this site have been donated to benefit others in understanding what ISO 17025 is all about. This information will be of benefit to laboratories on the road to becoming accredited or to customers of laboratories in understanding the benefits of an ISO17025 accreditation.
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17025: Unique standard number assigned by ISO
2005: Year standard was published
The ISO 17025 standard was re-issued in 2005 as a replacement to the 1999 version. The changes were mainly in section 4 of the standard. Section 4 is the management system and the changes reflect the ISO 9001:2000 revisions. A comprehensive comparison between the 1999 and the 2005 version is found at the following site:
Changes to ISO 17025
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Contents of the ISO/IEC 17025 International Standard
2. Normative References
3 Terms and Definitions
4 Management Requirements*
5 Technical Requirements*
* Actual ISO 17025 accreditation criteria. Click on the above links for more details on Management Requirements or Technical Requirements
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