AC22 - Laboratory Automation Streamlines Workflows While Addressing CA ELAP Regulatory Requirements
Recorded On: 04/12/2022
Member fee: $25.00
Non-Member fee: $35.00
1.2 contact hours towards CWEA's: LAB Certification
SWRCB Drinking Water CEUs: 1.0
Application of Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) to streamline workflow from sample reception to final report, all while adhering to the new California TNI standards. This presentation will cover traceability, QA/QC documentation, and how to modify a LIMS to maximize efficiency and productivity for laboratory operations.
Critique how their own laboratory operations are meeting California ELAP regulation requirements.
Explore alternative methods of laboratory information management.
Translate real-life application of Sample Master® LIMS to their own lab operations.
Amber Baylor, MS, MPA
Director of Environmental Compliance
South Orange County Wastewater Authority
Amber Baylor has a B.A. in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from Lindsey Wilson College and a Master of Science in Environmental Science and Policy from Johns Hopkins University. Ms. Baylor spent 10 years managing a water quality laboratory for a water and wastewater utility servicing over 150,000 service connections. Ms. Baylor now serves as the Director of Environmental Compliance for a utility with a service area of 500,000 people.
Monterey Bay Analytical Services
Olivia Woolery is the Principal Analyst at Monterey Bay Analytical Services (MBAS). She began interning for MBAS in 2017 while studying at Cal State Monterey Bay, and worked as a Laboratory Analyst upon graduating with a B.S. in Environmental Science. She was promoted to Principal Analyst in 2021 and currently oversees microbiological, gravimetric, and chemical analyses, including metals determination by ICP-OES, FOG, and MBAS. She currently possesses a CWEA Grade I Lab Analyst Certification.
Richard E. Danielson, MA, PhD
Senior Sales Account Executive
Senior Sales Account Executive
As the Laboratory Director of a State Accredited and ISO Certified lab, and, as a former US FDA Laboratory Evaluation Officer, Dr. Danielson has 30 years experience in laboratory operations and the need for producing legally defensible data, as well as, cultivating and maintaining relationships with long-term clients who rely on trusted service.
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