Unhappy with having to ship samples to your Lab, loosing valuable time and risking sample loss?
Frustrated that your Lab is too far away to visit and learn more about how they Analyze your samples?
We are committed to opening Labs closer to our Clients!
We are committed to encouraging our Clients to come and see who has run their samples and how those samples were Analyzed!
Tired of having your Lab tell you what Analysis Package to choose from?
Frustrated that your Lab will never provide you with their Analysis Methodology?
Let us help you determine which Analysis is best for your samples so as to build your own unique Analysis Package(s)!
Let us help you to review which Analysis Methodologies can be used to get the result best suited for your individual requirements!
Fed up that your Lab ceases to offer Web access to your old Reports?
Annoyed that that your Lab cannot let you choose your own Analysis Reporting Format?
We were one of the First Labs to permit our Clients 24/7 Secure on-line Web based access to their Analysis Report.
We were one of the First Labs to permit our Clients to Customize their own unique Web based Analysis Reports.
Have you given up trying to gain access to material relevant to how well your sample was run?
Fed up that you are never permitted to speak directly with the Analyst who actually ran your sample?
We are determined to provide you with full access to your file and an open discussion regarding our Analysis Results.
We are determined to permit our Clients to experience a One-on-One relationship with our Analysts.
E.Coli O157:H7 Analysis
By permitting E.Coli O157:H7 to be shed daily by Cattle, Cattle Producers are at risk of Occupational Health & Safety, Civil & Criminal Litigation Proceedings if it is found that this pathogen was knowlingly permitted to enter food and water supplies.
Benchmark Labs remains committed to ensuring that our Cattle Industry, Meat Packaging Industry, Irrigated Crop and Consumer Products remain to be some of the best in the world. However, the number of Cattle carrying E.Coli O157:H7 is now beyond the capacity of most Quality Assurance Programs designed to screen and eliminate this pathogen from getting into Food and Water supplies.
The recent closure of the Canadian / US Boarder to Canadian Beef contaminated with E.Coli O157:H7 and the financial losses suffered by the Cattle Sector, was in our opinion avoidable. By failing to address the root cause of this issue, namely the prevelance of Ecoli O157:H7 in Cattle populations, this problem will not be resolved. Rather we predict that this will only lead to more reported outbreaks and the continual errosion in consumer confidence in the Cattle Sector in its ability to self-manage its operations.