Ethics Training Test 1

Each laboratory will be given 30 days to complete the course and email the online test to NYAAEL. Each test will be graded and if a passing grade is achieved, a certificate will be sent by return mail.

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1. New hires have to be provided with ethics training how soon after hire?

2. How often do employees need to have an ethics refresher course?

3. What action provides for data monitoring?

4. Strict adherence to data integrity procedures should ensure:

5. Does staff need to have immediate access to SOPs?

6. What are quality control procedures designed to do?

7. What information should be included in an SOP?

8. What is an example of a QA parameter?

9. White-out® may be used to make corrections so that they are neat and legible.

10. Corrections to data should be made with how many lines to cross out the data in error?

11. Analysts should get in the habit of providing narration and recording observations to:

12. A company’s commitment to ethics and data integrity has to be established and reinforced by:

13. When fraud is uncovered, the person responsible is the only person to get punished.

14. Not speaking up when a problem is suspected is considered an act of fraud.

15. Peak shaving, peak juicing, and peak substitution are all examples of:

16. Dry-labbing is the term given to:

17. What is one responsibility of a Data Integrity Advisor?

18. What is another responsibility of a Data Integrity Advisor?

19. What is a long-term consequence of unethical behavior in the laboratory?

20. Can high staff turnover indicate a weakness in the analytical system?

21. Which environmental condition can lead to the practice of bad habits?

22. What is the most important role of the analyst?

23. What is one reason people commit lab fraud?

24. One consequence of being found guilty of practicing fraud could be:

25. An integral part of performing a corrective action is to: