Accreditation

Quality/accreditation

The accreditation is an independent assessment of competences and ability to perform specific tasks in accordance with given specifications.

The international standards lay down requirements for quality management as regards:

Responsibilities concerning forensic examinations
Goals and responsibilities
Organisation and management
Quality system
Registration and filing
Staff

Rooms and laboratories
Methods
Equipment and chemicals
Test treatment
Quality control
Declarations and certificates


The Section of Forensic Pathology and Clinical Forensic Medicine is accredited and operates under a quality management system in accordance with the international standard DS/EN ISO/IEC 17020: 2005: General criteria for various types of bodies performing inspection.
The Section of Forensic Chemistry is also accredited and operates under a quality management system in accordance with the international standard DS/EN ISO/IEC 17025: 2005: General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories. This second version of the standard is adapted to the international standard ISO: 9001: 2000.

Questions regarding the accreditation may be directed to Lis Birkler, Section of Forensic Pathology, or Inge Korup, Section of Forensic Chemistry.

INSP reg. no. 9045

Link to the DANAK's website regarding the accreditation of the Section of Forensic Pathology and Clinical Forensic Medicine 

Quality manual for the Section of Forensic Pathology and Clinical Forensic Medicine (in Danish)

TEST reg. no. 461

Link to the DANAK's website regarding the accreditation of the Section of Forensic Chemistry

Contact

Inge Korup

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