- Who's Accredited
ANAB provides accreditation for laboratories that perform analytical testing of cannabis and cannabis-derived products, including oils, edibles, drinks, concentrates, flowers, butters, and waxes, and hemp and products derived from hemp. Testing of cannabis products is necessary to demonstrate that they are safe for consumption and free from harmful levels of contaminants.
Video: Accreditation Manager Matt Sica describes the five-step accreditation process and discusses how to prepare for a successful outcome, the documents labs are required to submit for accreditation, and the main challenges cannabis labs face.
ANAB accredits cannabis testing laboratories to ISO/IEC 17025 for a variety of relevant tests, including:
Demand for testing laboratories is growing as many states have legalized medical and adult-use recreational marijuana. ANAB can accredit your lab to meet state regulatory requirements.
ANAB's cannabis testing laboratory accreditation program provides independent, third-party accreditation assessments serving both the medical cannabis and adult-use recreational markets. The program uses ISO/IEC 17025 as the base standard along with any relevant state regulatory requirements.
Absolute Standards, an ISO/IEC 17043 accredited proficiency testing provider, offers CRMs and proficiency tests for THC, total THC, and terpenes that are in line with medical marijuana method scopes to include GC-FID, LC PDA, GC-MSD, and LC-MSD.
NSI Lab Solutions, an ISO/IEC 17043 accredited proficiency testing provider, offers CRMs and proficiency tests for cannabis microbiology with both qualitative and quantitative panels for APC, coliform/E.coli, yeast/mold and Enterobacteriaceae, STEC, and salmonella.
For more information about ANAB cannabis testing laboratory accreditation to ISO/IEC 17025 or to obtain a quote, contact Roger Muse at email@example.com or 414-501-5455.
ISO/IEC 17025 Documents (including FA 2004, MA 2100, AR 2250, SR 2407, and other documents)
The Cannabis Testing Laboratory and Sampling Accreditation Program (CanNaLAP) addresses specific responsibilities and obligations of laboratories implementing cannabis testing protocols. It is a comprehensive consensus standard based on international standards of laboratory practice (ISO/IEC 17025). It is a scheme intended allow the state markets to deliver safe, reliable, and efficacious product testing services for cannabis derived therapeutic agents.
Supplemental accreditation requirements for CanNaLAP can be found in SR 2407.