Effective February 17, 2022, SC Labs will make changes to various panels, packages, and à la carte test options.
The updates will include changes to test methods, and in some cases, an expanded series of analytes that either meet various state testing regulations or target additional toxins and contaminants. Furthermore, some performance audits prompted us to update various method parameters like limit of detection (LOD), limit of quantitation (LOQ), or measurement uncertainty.
SC Labs understands state test regulations are evolving at a fast pace, and keeping test options relevant is crucial. With new contaminants added to various test packages and panels, clients can be assured their products are safer and meet a greater scope of testing requirements.
Click the button below to view the current analytes, LODs, LOQs, and uncertainty measurement that we offer. Also available are the previous details for reference.
What to do next
- Determine applicability of the analyte expansion and changes to test methods.
- Review and update pertinent quality specifications to reflect these changes.
- Contact your SC Labs sales representative if you have questions or need assistance implementing the considerations in this notice.
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SC Labs is broadly distributing this bulletin in order to bring to the attention of users of the affected SC Labs tests. SC Labs recommends that all users determine the applicability of this information to their individual situations and take appropriate action.