The Laboratory and Testing Industry Organisation (LTIO)
The Regenerative Clinic is proud to be one of the founding members of the Laboratory and Testing Industry Organisation (LTIO).
The Laboratory and Testing Industry Organisation (LTIO) works with the Government to ensure that the UK testing industry has the world’s highest ethical and professional standards. They represent and self-regulate providers that demonstrate they can provide trustworthy testing services to businesses and the general public.
What is The Laboratory and Testing Industry Organisation (LTIO)?
The LTIO has been established to represent the leading members of the testing and laboratory industry, all of whom have the highest standards. It is only open to providers that accept an independently enforced and rigorous Code of Conduct based on the Competition and Markets Authority guidance sent to all COVID-19 testing providers. You can see the full Code here.
LTIO Membership Requirements
Members must maintain a Trustpilot rating of 3.5 or above. A new kitemark is being established to make sure member companies meet the highest standards of quality and customer service. These organisations can only be members if they act in an ethical manner both around the efficacy of their testing processes and the ability to offer high levels of customer service. The LTIO is overseen by an Advisory Board to ensure these standards are met and maintained. You can see our founder members here.
The Laboratory and Testing Industry Organisation is led by a Director and overseen by an Advisory Board.
The Laboratory and Testing Industry Organisation (LTIO) has an ethical purpose at its core, setting standards as a central part of its public service. They are led by an independent director and overseen by an Advisory Board, which meets to discuss the issues facing the industry, and decide the direction of the LTIO. As with many trade associations, the Advisory Board can establish groups of interested persons to examine particular areas of interest or concern.