Participation of Hon. Prof. M. S. Bokarius Kharkiv Research Institute of Forensic Examinations staff in the meeting of Quality and Competence Liaison Group (QCLG)

Participation of Hon. Prof. M. S. Bokarius Kharkiv Research Institute of Forensic Examinations staff in the meeting of Quality and Competence Liaison Group (QCLG)
Participation of Hon. Prof. M. S. Bokarius Kharkiv Research Institute of Forensic Examinations staff in the meeting of Quality and Competence Liaison Group (QCLG)
23.10.2019
A meeting of the Quality and Competence Liaison Group (QCLG) of the ENFSI (European Network of Forensic Science) took place in Košice, Slovak Republic on October 8-10, 2019.
 

 
The event brought together representatives from 28 countries. Hon. Prof. M. S. Bokarius Kharkiv Research Institute of Forensic Examinations of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine was represented by S. Onopriienko, the Head of Laboratory of Forensic science analytics support, Certification and Research Quality Assurance and A. Bublikov, Senior Researcher of R&D and Publishing Laboratory.
 
 
The meeting was opened by Ondrej Laciak, the Director of Institute of Forensic Science (IFS) and the Chairman of the Working Group Chanda Lowther-Harris (UK) welcomed the attendees and outlined ways to further improve the development and implementation of the management system in forensic activities according to EN ISO / IEC 17025: 2017.

 
 
 
Issues of risk assessment, sharing of experience regarding risk assessment, risk assessment from the expert's point of view, uncertainty of measurements, etc. were discussed in accordance with the agenda of the meeting. During the meeting the participants discussed topical issues of development of the latest tendencies of the management system in expert institutions.

 
The meeting was a fruitful opportunity for discussions with colleagues, experts and like-minded people. Forensic experts from different countries of the world, representatives of forensic science institutions discuss the problematic moments of work and determine further plans for the development of quality control, to exchange best practices.
 




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Participation of Hon. Prof. M. S. Bokarius Kharkiv Research Institute of Forensic Examinations staff in the meeting of Quality and Competence Liaison Group (QCLG)

Participation of Hon. Prof. M. S. Bokarius Kharkiv Research Institute of Forensic Examinations staff in the meeting of Quality and Competence Liaison Group (QCLG)
Participation of Hon. Prof. M. S. Bokarius Kharkiv Research Institute of Forensic Examinations staff in the meeting of Quality and Competence Liaison Group (QCLG)
23.10.2019
A meeting of the Quality and Competence Liaison Group (QCLG) of the ENFSI (European Network of Forensic Science) took place in Košice, Slovak Republic on October 8-10, 2019.
 

 
The event brought together representatives from 28 countries. Hon. Prof. M. S. Bokarius Kharkiv Research Institute of Forensic Examinations of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine was represented by S. Onopriienko, the Head of Laboratory of Forensic science analytics support, Certification and Research Quality Assurance and A. Bublikov, Senior Researcher of R&D and Publishing Laboratory.
 
 
The meeting was opened by Ondrej Laciak, the Director of Institute of Forensic Science (IFS) and the Chairman of the Working Group Chanda Lowther-Harris (UK) welcomed the attendees and outlined ways to further improve the development and implementation of the management system in forensic activities according to EN ISO / IEC 17025: 2017.

 
 
 
Issues of risk assessment, sharing of experience regarding risk assessment, risk assessment from the expert's point of view, uncertainty of measurements, etc. were discussed in accordance with the agenda of the meeting. During the meeting the participants discussed topical issues of development of the latest tendencies of the management system in expert institutions.

 
The meeting was a fruitful opportunity for discussions with colleagues, experts and like-minded people. Forensic experts from different countries of the world, representatives of forensic science institutions discuss the problematic moments of work and determine further plans for the development of quality control, to exchange best practices.
 




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