18 AAC 80.1109 - Reporting and recordkeeping

Current through April 6, 2022

(a) Each laboratory certified under this section must submit sample information on a form provided by the department and must transmit sample information to the department by electronic means in an approved format.
(b) A certified laboratory performing analyses under this chapter is subject to the reporting requirements of this chapter, including the requirements of 18 AAC 80.355 and the report certification requirements of 18 AAC 80.1900.
(c) A certified laboratory shall maintain records of chemical and microbiological analyses of compliance samples, including all raw data, calculations, and quality control data, for five years or until its next onsite inspection as provided in 18 AAC 80.1105(b) is completed, whichever period is longer. Changes in ownership, mergers, closures of laboratories, or changes in certification status, including decertification, do not eliminate these requirements. Before disposing of a public water system's records, a laboratory shall notify the client water system so that the system may request copies if needed.
(d) In this section, "sample information" means the
(1) identity of the laboratory performing the analysis;
(2) identity of the water system that supplied the sample;
(3) sampling location;
(4) name of the individual who collected the sample;
(5) date and time that the sample was collected;
(6) date and time that the laboratory received the sample;
(7) sample type;
(8) name of the laboratory technician who performed the analysis;
(9) analyte code;
(10) method code;
(11) date and time of the analysis;
(12) result of the analysis, including units of measure; and
(13) method reporting limit, practical quantitation limit, or method detection limit, including units of measure, as appropriate for the contaminant for which the sample was tested.


18 AAC 80.1109
Eff. 8/19/2006, Register 179; am 7/25/2010, Register 195

Authority:AS 46.03.020

AS 46.03.050

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