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5.What corrective action was taken and how will that action prevent the problem from occurring again.6.How the laboratory will monitor itself so the problem does not reoccur. 7.Review by Site Coordinator, Technical Consultant, Laboratory Director and testing personnel involved.20.0ReferencesA.Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments: 42 CFR 493, final rules published January 2003B.CLIA Interpretive Guidelines:
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Quality Assessment PolicyRQA.8.04Michigan Regional Laboratory SystemEffective Date: March 11, 2011<Insert name of the local health department>Page 39 of 45Appendix A: Documentation tools on the MDCH website Description of the Laboratory1.RLF-01: Organization Structure Waived Test Sites2.RL-36: Monthly Report Site Summary3RLF-69: Site Information4.CMS-116: CLIA Application FormPersonnel, Training and Competency1.Site Visitsa.RLF-02: Log Sheet – Lab Director ‘s Visitb.RLF-16: Attendance Sheet2.Personnel Documentationa.RLF-03: Waived Testing Personnel Report Formb.RLF-35: Lab Personnel Report Formfor Waived Testingc.CMS-209: CLIA Personnel Report (Non-waived testing)3.Personnel Traininga.RLF-04: Initial Training Checklist for the OraQuick Advanceb.RLF-55: LeadCare Training Check Listc.RLF-67: Lead Care II Training Form4.Personnel Competencya.RQA.16: Competency Evaluation for Personnel Performing Clinical Testingb.RLF-05: Competency Evaluation for the OraQuick Advancec.RLF-14: Annual Site Competency Evaluationd.RLF-33: Individual Competency EvaluationLaboratory Facility and Safety Precautions1.RQA-03: Generic Bloodborne Exposure Control Plan2.RQA-04: Instructions for Modifying Generic Bloodborne Exposure Control Plan3.RQA.05Sharps Injury Control Log (v. 020426)4.RQA-06: Generic Chemical Hygiene Plan for Local Health Departments5.RQA-07: Instructions for Modifying Generic Chemical Hygiene Plan6.RQA.15.02Centrifuges and The Centrifuging of Whole Blood Samples7.RQA-18: General Laboratory Safety8.RLF-47: Monthly Temperature Control Log9.RLF-48: Monthly Temperature Control LogLaboratory Instrumentation1.RLF-17: Autoclave Operation Log2.RLF-28: Drying/Sterilization Oven Log3.RLF-29: Equipment Maintenance Log4.RLF-30: Equipment Monitoring Log5.RLF-31: Equipment Pre-Purchase Check List6.RLF-59: HemoCue 201+ Preventative Maintenance Log
Quality Assessment PolicyRQA.8.04Michigan Regional Laboratory SystemEffective Date: March 11, 2011<Insert name of the local health department>Page 40 of 45Sampling Procedures1.RL.04.01: Specimen Collection by Finger Puncture2.RL.05.01: Specimen Collection by Venipuncture3.RL.06.01: Specimen Collection Oral fluid for Rapid HIV Advance4.RL.13.01: Specimen Collection: Oral Transudate for OraSure HIV5.RL.14.02: Specimen Collection: Chlamydia and Neisseria by GenProbe Aptima Amplified AssaysProficiency Testing1.RQA-17: External Proficiency Testing2.RQA-19: Internal Proficiency Testing3.RLF-07: Corrective Action Form for Unacceptable Proficiency Test Results4.RLF-13: Corrective Action Form of Ungraded Proficiency Test Results5.RLF-56: LeadCare WSLH Proficiency LogQuality Control1.RQA-20:

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