Regulators & ISO / IEC 17025 In The Cannabis Industry


WEBINAR BONG SCORE We apply our entirely subjective  bong score to each event 1 Don’t Bother Unless You Need A Well Deserved Sleep 2 You Might Learn Something But We Hope You Didn’t Pay For It 3 This is really something, interesting presenters, well worth the money, and i actually will learn something BLURB As the legalization of cannabis continues to sweep through the United States, understanding the roles of regulators and accreditation bodies within the industry becomes more critical than ever. On August 24th at 1 PM ET, join A2LA’s Randy Querry and Anna Williams along with cannabis state regulators Heather Krug of Colorado and Lee Rhoades of Oklahoma, for a discussion surrounding their experiences as regulators, the future of cannabis legalization in the United States, and how accreditation can play a vital role. About Our Panelists Heather Krug is the State Cannabis Sciences Program Manager for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. She has served in this role since 2014. She is also responsible for the state Cannabis Reference Laboratory which develops methods and tests cannabis products for compliance and public health investigations. Lee Rhoades is an American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Certified Medical Technologist.  He received his certification in August of 1983. Throughout his laboratory career, Mr. Rhoades has been actively engaged in regulatory compliance under a variety of compliance regimes. Randy Querry serves as A2LA’s Director of Government Relations and is responsible for advancing and directing policies and objectives of the association involving local, state and federal government and regulatory affairs. Anna Williams is an Accreditation Supervisor with A2LA. She serves as the primary staff point of contact for laboratories seeking accreditation for cannabis testing.  Anna serves on several cannabis industry working groups and committees, including AOAC CASP, and ASTM D37.

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