The laboratories of the National Veterinary Institute DTU carry out accredited analyses. The institute is accredited by DANAK (The Danish Accreditation and Metrology Fund).
The purpose of this quality assurance system is to ensure and document the quality of the analyses and examinations performed, and the institute’s function as a reference laboratory. The quality system also ensures that customers’ and public authorities’ need for relevant and correct examinations and advisory service is satisfied.
Accreditations and lists of methods
The National Veterinary Institute DTU is situated in three locations. The accreditation is according to the ISO 17025 standard (testing/performance of analyses). One division has also been accredited according to the ISO 17043 standard (provision of proficiency testing).
The National Veterinary Institute has a number of analyses accredited. Furthermore, the institute holds a Maufacturer’s / Importer’s Authorisation regarding Veterinary Medicinal Product from the Danish Health and Medicines Authority. The Danish Health and Medicines Authority issues the authorization after an inspection according to GMP-rules, the Medicines Act and Executive Order 1358, 18.12.2012 on production and import of medicinal products and intermediates.
Read more about accreditation No. 536 on the DANAK home page, where you will also find a list of accredited methods.
Division of Virology has been accredited to the provision of proficiency tests in Europe.
Read more about accreditation No. 515 on the DANAK home page.
Quality Manager Henning Willads
Quality Coordinator Christina Andersen
Quality Coordinator (GMP) Henning Willads
Quality Coordinator Bertel Strandbygaard