Accreditations & Certifications
Data You Can Trust
Our quality management system is the backbone of the standards we subscribe to. Our quality system focuses on 3 foundational elements:
Laboratory accreditation is imperative to providing a continuous and objective assessment of our capabilities and commitment to quality data. We are ISO 17025 accredited with the most comprehensive list of accredited methods in the industry. We are also 21 CFR part 58, 21 CFR Part 11 and OECD GLP compliant.
Nicotine Containing Product and Cannabis Vapor Scope of Accreditation
Cannabis Product Scope of Accreditation
ISO/IEC 17025:2017 (PDF download 244 KB)
Good Laboratory Practice Compliant
Labstat is compliant to 21 CF Part 58 (Good Laboratory Practice). Labstat is also compliant to OECD Good Laboratory Practice.
OECD GLP Compliance (PDF download 244 KB)
21 CFR Part 11
Management of electronic data is critical in a highly regulated environment. Labstat’s instrumentation and data management system is fully compliant to 21 CFR Part 11.
Licensed Cannabis Testing Labs in Eastern and Western Canada
We are the only Cannabis testing lab that offers its clients cannabis testing locations in both eastern and western Canada. Our eastern Canadian lab (located in Kitchener Ontario) and western Canadian lab (located in Edmonton Alberta) are licensed cannabis testing labs offering the most comprehensive cannabis testing capabilities in Canada and around the world.
Health Canada – Cannabis Act, Analytical Testing Licence Labstat (PDF download 67 KB)
Health Canada – Cannabis Act, Analytical Testing Licence Labs-Mart (PDF download 67 KB)
Data You Can Trust: Quality Assurance
We have implemented rigorous quality assurance processes. Our Quality Assurance team is mandated to audit all methods and processes within our laboratories and routinely audit client projects to ensure compliance with our documented standards.
Data You Can Trust: Quality Control
Our quality control process prevents errors in reported data and reduces reporting times. Our comprehensive quality control process focuses on 2 main functions.
- Ensuring laboratory results are precise and accurate; and
- Ensuring that incorrect results are detected and not reported; additionally, all data points are audit trailed, signed and date stamped.