Keynetix announced that UK-based analytical laboratory Chemtest has created a HoleBASE SI extension that allows for scheduling of chemical lab tests without having to leave the HoleBASE SI geotechnical database software. In addition to scheduling the testing, users can also track progress in HBSI and import results once complete. There is an upcoming webinar on the connector, check out more info from GeoPrac.net sponsor Keynetix.
Keynetix are pleased to announce that as a result of the recent success of the KeyLAB program, Peter Keeton has joined Keynetix to further strengthen the KeyLAB team. Peter has over 40 years of experience working in and managing geotechnical laboratories for Soil Mechanics and has been an influential member of the CEN European standards working group on geotechnical testing. [Editor] Click through for the rest of the press release from Keynetix. [/Editor]
Laboratory accreditation has become a ‘ticket to the game’ and most geotechnical laboratories will have, or are working towards, accreditation. The key thing an accreditation body is looking for is consistency; in workflows, sample handling, […]