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World Anti-Doping Agency

WADA Revokes Tunis Laboratory Accreditation

Montreal, May 13, 2013 – The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has revoked the accreditation of the laboratory in Tunis, Tunisia, due to non-compliance with the International Standard for Laboratories (ISL) and related Technical Documents.
This revocation, which will take effect on June 10, 2013, means that the Tunis laboratory will no longer be authorized to carry out anti-doping analyses. The laboratory will have to regain WADA accreditation if it wishes to do so.
The decision was taken by WADA’s Executive Committee following a thorough review of the status of the laboratory by WADA’s Disciplinary Panel. The Tunis laboratory had been suspended in May 2011 for failing to meet WADA’s quality requirements. It will remain suspended and will continue to not be authorized to carry out anti-doping analyses until its accreditation is revoked.
Pursuant to the ISL, WADA is responsible for accrediting and re-accrediting anti-doping laboratories, thereby ensuring that they maintain the highest quality standards. This monitoring is conducted in conjunction with ISO assessment by independent national accreditation bodies that are full members of the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC).
Whenever a laboratory does not meet ISL requirements, WADA may suspend the laboratory’s accreditation. WADAmay revoke a laboratory’s accreditation for repeated failures to comply with the ISL and related Technical Documents.
The laboratory may appeal this decision to the Court of Arbitration for Sport within 21 days.   Read Play True Magazine online   Consultez le magazine Franc Jeu en ligne

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