Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP) for Advanced Geophysical Classification Investigations - Part 2
Dr. Jordan Adelson and Dr. William Corl
Navy Laboratory Quality and Accreditation Office
Thursday, June 16, 2016
12:00 PM ET (9:00 AM PT)
Join SERDP and ESTCP on June 16 for a training developed from a collaborative effort between SERDP/ESTCP and the Intergovernmental Data Quality Task Force (IDQTF) on preparing a Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP) for the use of advanced geophysical classification in munition response investigations. A QAPP integrates technical and quality control aspects of a project to ensure that collected data are the correct type and quality required for a specific decision or use. The preparation process includes planning (assessing data needs and systematic planning), project organization and personnel (project tasks and schedule, key personnel performing tasks defined in the QAPP, lines of authority, and lines of communication), data review (data verification, data validation, process validation, and data usability assessment), and data management and assessments (secondary data uses and limitations, project documents and records, and assessments and corrective actions). To view speaker biographies and to register for this free webinar, please visit https://serdp-estcp.org/Tools-and-Training/Webinar-Series/06-16-2016.
Additional Upcoming Events in the SERDP and ESTCP Webinar Series
A June 2 webinar will feature three presentations highlighting Department of Defense (DoD) research results from projects on the environmental health criteria, fate and transport of insensitive munitions. First, Dr. Mark Johnson from the U.S. Army Public Health Center will talk about the development of environmental health criteria for insensitive munitions. Second, Dr. Katerina Dontsova from the University of Arizona, Tucson, will discuss measurements of the dissolution, photodegradation and soil adsorption properties of insensitive munition components to determine their fate in the environment. Third, Dr. James Field, also from the University of Arizona, Tucson, will focus on the biotransformation of a key insensitive munition under aerobic and anaerobic conditions. To view presentation abstracts and speaker biographies, and to register for this free webinar, please visit https://serdp-estcp.org/Tools-and-Training/Webinar-Series/06-02-2016.
About the SERDP and ESTCP Webinar Series
The overarching goal of the webinar series is to promote the transfer of innovative, cost-effective, and sustainable solutions developed by SERDP and ESTCP. The series targets end users, including practitioners, the regulatory community, and researchers with the objective of providing cutting-edge and practical information from sponsored research and technology demonstrations in an easily accessible format and at no cost. To view the complete schedule of upcoming webinars, please visit https://www.serdp-estcp.org/Tools-and-Training/Webinar-Series.