UILI Newsletter August 2016
                                       
 
UILI Labmeeting 2016 New Delhi
UILI LabMeeting in New Delhi, India on October, 27 - 28th
UILI has as a major policy to approach the Board to the different countries members to know first-hand the problems of the laboratories in each region. Following this goal our association has programmed two relevant activities for this year:
  • On next 26 -28th of October the UILI Board will meet in New Delhi, India coinciding with ILAC’s annual meeting.
  • “UILI LabMeeting”: UILI with the collaboration of AOIL (Association of Indian Laboratories), is working in the organization of the Labmeeting, a work shop event with the participation of several speakers from different countries experts in topics of current interest for laboratory business.
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ACCREDITATION STAKEHOLDERS JOINING FORCES
Building the global platform to strengthen the laboratory industry
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ISO/Remco meets UILI in Ekaterinburg
ISO/Remco Ekaterinburg June-Meeting
 
UILI participation in REMCO’s Ekaterinburg June Meeting
On June 14th to 17th in Ekaterinburg, Russia, the meeting of REMCO (ISO’s reference materials committee) was held in which participated two representatives of our association: Dr. Toru Matsumura (JEMCA-JAPAN) and Mr. Alfredo Montes-Niño (MICROBIOTICOS, BRASIL). It was a very productive meeting where relevant issues for laboratories were discussed. There where regulators of different countries and reference materials producers. It was decided the change to standard of the existing guide. UILI was very well welcomed at that meeting as representative of users of reference materials.
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Inter-laboratory Practice 2017
Inter-laboratory Practice 2016
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Reminder: Participants in the 10th UILI ILP 2016 'Cations and anions in natural water': Deadline of reporting: August 31, 2016
 
Laboratory Practice Program 2017 is open now!
Challenge your lab in a true global laboratory comparative study. Our 2017 Interlaboratory Practice Program will focus on 4 different materials.
The UILI ILP for 2017 comprises the following four programs:
  • 14th UILI ILP 2017: Phosphate, Silicate and Nitrate in water
  • 15th UILI ILP 2017: pH, Density, Alcoholic Strength, Total Acidity and Total Sugars in wine
  • 16th UILI ILP 2017: Dimensional Stability during laundering and domestic drying, Force by Traction and lengthening at rupture point, Abrasion Resistance – Martindale in textiles
  • 17th UILI ILP 2017: Conductivity, settleable solids, Solid soluble sulfides, COD, BOD, Hydrocarbons, Coliforms, Detergents, Phenolics and Metals in river water
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CHALLENGING OPPORTUNITIES TO IMPROVE GLOBAL ACCREDITATION
Powering the laboratory industry
Inter-laboratory Practice 2016
 
Last opportunity to participate in 11th, 12th or 13th ILP 2016
 
The UILI ILP for 2016 comprises the following four programs: 10th UILI ILP 2016 (registration closed!): Cations and anions in natural water. (Download Instruction Sheet)
11th UILI ILP 2016 (registration closed!): Fat, Acidity, Dry Matter, Protein, Ash, Content, pH in milk (Download Instruction Sheet)
12th UILI ILP 2016: Sterols, Erythrodiol + Uvaol, Wax, Acidity, Peroxide index, UV spectrophotometric test, Delta ECN 42 and insoluble impurities in olive oil (Download Instruction Sheet)
13th UILI ILP 2016: Nutritional labelling (Download Instruction Sheet)
 
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LabMeeting New Delhi Call for Presentations
 
Call for presentations on the UILI LabMeeting 2016
 
Our ‘2016 UILI LABMEETING’ should be seen as an initiative to raise awareness for the importance of the laboratory industry societal level. From this perspective, it also forecasts composite talks: many social and economic aspects of laboratory testing do pass in review by prominent speakers from around the globe. I refer to the website of UILI (www.uili.org). There you can find all information and documentation concerning the activities. Please find useful information if you would like to be a speaker at the 2016 UILI LABMEETING. Please submit your proposals for presentations before August 20, 2016 and register at www.uili.org.
 
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Become a UILI member now
The Union Internationale des Laboratoires Indépendants (UILI) is an international organization representing the laboratory industry, established in 1960. The present membership represents of over a 1000 mayor laboratory associations, individual laboratories and laboratory suppliers offering a diverse range of laboratory testing and consulting services. We would like to invite you, your company or your association to become a member. Please find more information below regarding membership for Ordinary Members, Member Associations or Associate Members of our global association.
UILI Membership for ordinary members
 
Ordinary members
$ 200 / yr
 
UILI membership is open to independent laboratories and scientific consultants. They can become UILI members individually as an unaffiliated ordinary member.
 
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UILI Membership for member associations
 
Member associations
$ 15 - $ 145 / member / yr
< 500 members  -  > 10 members
 
UILI membership is open to associations of laboratories. Their member laboratories and consultants become UILI ordinary members through their UILI member association.
 
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UILI Membership for associate members
 
Associate members
$ 1.340 / yr
 
Laboratory suppliers and other beneficiaries can join UILI as an associate member.
 
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Ordinary members represent all over the world
 
UILI Membership and members
Affiliated and unaffiliated ordinary members represent Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, France, Greece, India, Ireland, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Portugal, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States and Uruguay.
Secretariate M. Fernández Valero
 
For information about membership please contact Mrs. Melissa Fernández Valero at secretariat@uili.org
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