What is LCS testing?

LCS is the system that validates the testing and control of specified materials and processes used in Pratt & Whitneys’ aerospace products.

What is LCS in lab?

Laboratory Control Samples and Sample Duplicates (LCS/LCSD) are samples prepared in the laboratory that contain analytes that are representative of the analytes of interest in client submitted samples.

What are laboratory tests?

Laboratory tests are medical devices that are intended for use on samples of blood, urine, or other tissues or substances taken from the body to help diagnose disease or other conditions.

Is LCS laboratory legit?

Our laboratory is accredited by American Industrial Hygiene Association to ISO 17025 standard. We work hard to make this world safer. Call us for free consultation.

What is LCS approval?

‘LCS Approved’ refers to the status conferred on a product that confirms that the LCS considers it is aligned with, and supportive of, lean thinking principles and so will be conducive to fostering the development of appropriate lean behaviours that underpin the creation of a sustainable, lean culture.

What is a QA QC lab?

The QA/QC Program has two components: Quality Assurance (QA) – the system used to verify that the entire analytical process is operating within acceptable limits and Quality Control (QC) – the mechanisms established to measure non-conforming method performance.

What material is LCS?

Countless everyday objects are constructed with sheet metal steel like car bodies, airplane wings, medical tables, roof for buildings and many other applications.

What is Pratt and Whitney LCS?

LCS is the system that validates the testing and control of specified materials and processes used in Pratt & Whitney’s aerospace products.

What are 3 phases of laboratory testing?

Total testing process in the laboratory is a cyclical process divided into three phases: preanalytical, analytical and postanalytical.

Why is QC testing important?

Quality control (QC) is one of the most important impacts on laboratory testing—it ensures both precision and accuracy of patient sample results. The integrity of quality control samples is important to both management of overall quality as well as to meeting requirements of proficiency testing.