Trilab holds soil, rock and calibration laboratory corporate accreditation with the National Association of Testing Authorities, Australia (NATA) [Accredited Laboratory No. 9926].
NATA is the authority responsible for the accreditation of laboratories, inspection bodies, calibration services, producers of certified reference materials and proficiency testing scheme providers throughout Australia. It is also Australia’s compliance monitoring authority for the OECD Principles of Good Laboratory Practice.
NATA accreditation has been provided to Trilab in line with relevant international standards after assessing Trilab’s:
The NATA accreditation means that the testing reports and equipment calibrations that Trilab provide to its clients are of the highest standard and accuracy possible in the industry.
Further information about NATA and our detailed scope of accreditation can be found here.
Trilab’s Brisbane and Perth laboratories possess Australian Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Permits to import, store and destroy quarantine material under the Quarantine Act 1908 which authorises the company to import soil and rock samples from all countries subject to certain conditions.
Should you require documentation regarding Trilab’s import permit conditions, please contact us.
Further information about the Department’s quarantine approval process can be found here
Trilab holds ‘C.M.T registered supplier’ status with the Department of Transport and Main Roads Queensland (registration No. SRS051). This accreditation means that client testing conducted by Trilab for a Main Roads project will be accepted by the Department of Transport and Main Roads Queensland.