CGM LABDAQ from CompuGroup Medical is an advanced laboratory information management system (LIMS) that combines a modern platform with decades of experience as an industry leader in laboratory systems. CGM LABDAQ drives the culture of connectivity in the cannabis community. This LIMS software streamlines the cannabis testing workflow with data management, instrument integration, support of multi-step testing protocols, quality control, inventory management, and more. CGM LABDAQ supports chain-of-custody tracking and integrates with other cannabis management and regulatory systems including METRC and Confident Cannabis. CGM LABDAQ will assist your lab in achieving ISO/IEC 17025 compliance.
Shimadzu's Cannabis and Hemp Testing Solutions cover a broad range of applications, from accurate potency testing and terpene profiling to contaminate testing for pesticides, residual solvents, heavy metals, and mycotoxins/aflatoxins. Shimadzu scientific instruments have been applied to natural products, food sciences, pharmaceuticals and environmental testing for decades. Whether you are a chromatography expert or a novice, our platforms and training ensure that your laboratory will generate quality results from a wide variety of cannabis samples. Our easy to use platforms save you time and money, maximizing the profits of your laboratory. Shimadzu can help you with your QA/QC testing, peak harvesting analysis and cannabis research.
Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, PathogenDx’s mission is to become the new standard in DNA-based testing through widespread adoption of its advanced microarray testing platform for the cannabis, agriculture, food and beverage industries. PathogenDx’s technology can rapidly identify and detect 50+ pathogens all in a single test, in 6 hours providing triplicate data per analyte for certainty in results. The company’s DNA-testing products – DetectX, QuantX, and EnviroX – are disrupting the century-old practice of petri-dish testing to identify, detect and quantify pathogens like E. Coli, Salmonella and Aspergillus. This technology will help growing businesses deliver safer products and healthier lives, while preventing millions of dollars in losses from contaminated or spoiled crops.
Perry Johnson Laboratory Accreditation, Inc. (PJLA) is a private third-party accreditation body based in the United States that validates the competency of testing and calibration laboratories, inspection bodies, reference material producers and sampling organizations through the use of international and national standards.
As an accrediting body, PJLA is required to adhere to ISO/IEC 17011:2017 Conforming Assessment – General Requirements for Accreditation Bodies Accrediting Conformity Assessment Bodies. PJLA’s adherence to this standard is demonstrated through peer evaluations performed by international recognition bodies. PJLA is a MRA Signatory of the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) and of the Asia Pacific Accreditation Cooperation (APAC) for both testing and calibration. At no such time does PJLA offer consultancy services to (CABs).
ASTM Committee D37 on Cannabis was formed in 2017 to develop standards for cannabis, its products and processes. The activities are focused on meeting the needs of the cannabis industry addressing quality and safety through the development of voluntary consensus standards and supplementary programs on proficiency testing, training and certification. Subcommittees will focus on the development of test methods, practices and guides for cultivation, quality assurance, laboratory considerations, industrial hemp, devices, packaging and security. The Committee meets two times a year in person and throughout the year virtually to engage in standards development. D37 has 9 technical subcommittees to develop and maintain standards. The Committee, with a membership of 900 members from 30 countries, has its standards published in the Annual Book of ASTM Standards, Volume 15.10. Information on this subcommittee structure and D37's portfolio of approved standards and Work Items under construction are available from the List of Subcommittees, Standards and Work Items.