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“Horia Hulubei” National Institute for Physics and Nuclear Engineering - IFIN HH Implementation of “Horia Hulubei” National Institute for Physics and Nuclear Engineering - IFIN HH Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity Dipl. -Eng. Sibila Brancovici Dr. Emanuela Cincu Dr. Maria Sahagia As. I - Luminita Mischie

Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity IFIN-HH has carried out nuclear Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity IFIN-HH has carried out nuclear activities under a Quality Management System since 1985. As the institute became a supplier of products and services for Cernavoda Nuclear Power Plant in 1985 a QA System was created and implemented in accordance with Romanian nuclear legislation and national quality norms. As a result CNCAN (National Commission for Nuclear Activity Control), Romanian Nuclear Regulatory Body authorized the Institute to supply products and services to the Cernavoda plant. These authorized activities were performed under oversight of the Nuclear Power Plant’s contractors: Canada’s AECL and Italy’s Ansaldo. At present IFIN-HH carries out many of its activities under CNCAN’s licence for Quality Management System

Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity “Horia Hulubei” National Institute for Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity “Horia Hulubei” National Institute for Physics and Nuclear Engineering- IFIN HH Organisational chart

Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity IFIN-HH operates a QMS according Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity IFIN-HH operates a QMS according to Quality Management Norms (CNCAN), ISO 9001: 2000 , ISO/IEC 17025: 2000 and. GMP. The modular system of IFIn-HH QMS documents: l manufacturing QM according to QMN-07; l manufacturing QM according to ISO 9001 - only for one department (IRASM); l manufacturing QM according to GMP, only for one department (CPR); l QM for Training Center according to ISO 9001 l decommissioning QM (stage 1) for Nuclear research Reactor (according QMN-11) l QM for laboratories according to ISO/IEC 17025.

Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity At present IFIN-HH labs using Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity At present IFIN-HH labs using nuclear analytical techniques are: l Accredited: * Lab. ACTIVA-N which performs elemental analysis of metallic by INAA *Analysis lab *Photodosimetry and whole body counter lab’s On the way of accreditation: * Lab. for Control of the Environment ; *Metrology and Testing Laboratory for Ionising Radiation; * Lab. for Radionuclide Metrology. There also 4 labs which will start soon to implement ISO/ IEC 17025. l

Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity l The laboratory managers understood: Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity l The laboratory managers understood: * the QMS implementation is indispensable for the survival of an analytical laboratory; *the advantages of having an official certificate about proper performance in compliance with international standards; * an accreditation helps to persuade customers and to credit analytical methods; * the implementation of QMS / Quality Control System can be decisive for the perspective of analytical labs, for competition of nuclear methods.

Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity Management’s goal is to establish Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity Management’s goal is to establish a comprehensive QMS according to ISO/IEC 17025 and to assist labs to approach the national nuclear Regulatory Body and the national accreditation Body. Policy Statement Our General Director have written a quality policy statement stipulating the commitment of the management in implementing and continually improving the Quality management System, for all specific activities carried out in the institute in compliance with: law 111 of 1996 on the safe performance of Nuclear Activities, republished in 1998, and revised and supplemented by law 193 of 2003 and:

Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity l Quality management Norms (CNCAN); Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity l Quality management Norms (CNCAN); l ISO 9001: 2000; l ISO / IEC 17025: 2000; l GMP. The management is committed to ensure the personnel and financing that are necessary for implementing and maintaining a Quality Management System. At each laboratory the managers have also written a Policy Statement stipulating the commitment of the management in implementing and continually improving the Quality Management System.

Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity The action plan for implementation Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity The action plan for implementation of ISO/IEC 17025 in every lab includes the following steps: l training of staff for specific tasks, but also in QM/QC principle and practice. l Very important: it is necessary to train staff members to function as internal auditors, becouse they became aware of QMS. Labs keep the records for training. l Elaboration of QMS documents for lab according to the reference documents. QMS for a lab is a component part of general QMS of IFIN-HH QM describes the general organisation of IFIN-HH and gives principles for the QMS within the institute.

Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity Some general procedures of IFIN-HH Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity Some general procedures of IFIN-HH are applicable to lab such as: internal audit, management review, purchasing. QM - Quality Manual QM SP - System procedures SP SOP - Standard Operational Procedures SOP QM and SP - describe the lab’s organization and QMS it self.

Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity In QM it is specified Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity In QM it is specified that lab’s QMS is a component part of the general QMS of IFIN-HH. QM’s content is in compliance with ISO/IEC 17025. QM and SP ensure the conformity with each chapter of ISO/IEC 17025. It as recommended to draw up a list of cross-reference to clauses in ISO/IEC 17025. SOP - give detailed information about the way to do the work and check it.

Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity Another documents relating to quality Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity Another documents relating to quality management are: l documents containing data that are essential for operating the QMS and for carring out the laboratory work, such as: *inventory of system documents and forms; *lists of instruments and equipments, technical reports on the validation of new methods; *reports from tests; *quality records of findings and recommendations from management review, non-conformance reports, corrective action reports established as a result of internal/external audits, reports on audits performed on suppliers or subcontractors; *quality plans.

Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity Implementation of QMS has to Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity Implementation of QMS has to be put in place and / or have be to developed. l Documents are already available and usable; l lab’s quality manager guides the process of implementation and supervices it ; l during the process of implementation it is verified the compliance with the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025 and deficiences are corrected; l the necessity of modifications in QMS documents or elaboration of new documents (procedures, instructions);

Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity lthe necessity of more training Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity lthe necessity of more training of staff; non-conformances in QM of instruments (related to the current status and performance of equipment); l the necessity of developing of methods and equipment that are more sensitive and efficient, etc. l the necessity of improving of environmental conditions, of archiving conditions, procurement, etc. CONCLUSION: Implementation of QMS is a continuous process. Management internal improvement l it is achieved by internal audit and management review. l

Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity Internal audit According to the Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity Internal audit According to the IFIN-HH procedure “Internal Audit” audit are planned and executed in accordance with an annual internal programme. IFIN-HH has an audit team including trained auditors in an IAEA Programme in the ISO/IEC 17025 implementation in IFIN-HH, some of them are also certified as internal auditors in the ISO 9001 implementation by TUV - THURINGEN. Audits are usually scheduled by the QM department for one year cycle to include every department/lab, if need be, activities at subcontractors.

Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity Management Review According to the Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity Management Review According to the procedure at the level of IFIN-HH, “Management Review”, cod AC-PS-08 -00. Periodically IFIN-HH management reviews institute’s suitability and effectivness of QMS. The input of the review: l quality policy and the objectives of the QMS l the results of the external and internal audits l clients’ feedback l the results of the corrective or preventive actions l reports from managerial personnel l changes in the organizational structure or changes regarding to the type of the work

Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity Different activities: resources, training of Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity Different activities: resources, training of the personnel, quality control activities, market studies. The output of the review An Improvement Programme of QMS (strategy goals, objectives and deadlines for coming period). Findings from management review are recorded in Management Review Report and QMS Improvement Programme. CONCLUSIONS l By embarking on the IAEA RER 2/004 Regional Project, IFIN-HH has started to bring its QMS into the line with the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025 in 2001; l At present IFIN-HH has a good experience in implementing ISO/IEC 17025; l

Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity l l l IFIN-HH has Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity l l l IFIN-HH has implemented this standard in 4 lab’s which are accredited by CNCAN or RENAR; There are still 4 lab’s which started this process; QM/QC is a concept of gradual improvement of performance for the benefit of analytical laboratories.

Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity * Weak points: l Internal Implementation of the QM/QC requirements in the laboratory activity * Weak points: l Internal audit in 2005 l Equipment is not up-to-date l Lack of market studies * Strong points: l Inereasing of number of our lab’s involved in INFRAS - NATIONAL PROJECT regarding to ISO/IEC 17025 l A low no of complaints from our clients l Participation of our lab’s in international intecomparisons.