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Remote Laboratory Assessments

AASHTO re:source will resume on-site assessments (rather than remote assessments) in all parts of the United States starting July 25, 2022. We will continue to perform remote assessments for customers outside of the United States. We will continue to offer remote assessments for all laboratories that need a supplemental assessment in order to add standards to their current scope of accreditation. [Please view the Return to On-Site Assessments Announcement for complete details.]

A remote assessment is conducted using a combination of desktop auditing, online web conferencing, and video streaming in order to obtain evidence of compliance to quality management system and testing standards. Review the Policy and Guidance on Remote Assessments for full details.

Check out the FAQs and Tests and Fees pages for those details regarding remote laboratory assessments. 

A remote assessment infographicflowchart and checklist are also available for more information.  Scroll down to the bottom of the page for a short video tutorial.  

Review the Remote Assessment Documentation Guide to see what documentation you will need to submit prior to your remote assessment.

Remote Assessment Required Documents and Records

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Remote Assessments Video Tutorial
September 9, 2020

Learn more about this service and how to request a remote assessment in this short video.

AASHTO re:university Webinar Series: Preparing for an AASHTO re:source Remote Assessment
Dec 10, 2020

Present by Laboratory Assessment Program staff. This presentation reviews best practices when preparing for a remote assessment. Whether your laboratory is getting ready for its first assessment or it is the first time being conducted remotely, this webinar will help set your laboratory up for a successful assessment. After a brief presentation covering the basics, the majority of time is spent answering attendee questions.

We did not get to answer all of the questions live during the session. You can access a document that has the unasked questions and their responses here: Questions from the Webinar - Preparing for an AASHTO resource Remote Assessment December 2020