NaLECC Overview

The National Laboratory Equipment Calibration Center (NaLECC), owned and managed by the Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria (MLSCN), with funding from CDC And technical support from the Institute of Human Virology Nigeria (IHVN) is a center saddled with the responsibility of providing quality calibration services to medical, research and other laboratories in the public and private sector.
The center commenced operation on the 20th of January, 2020 and was formally commissioned by The Hon. Minister of State for Health, Dr. Adeleke Mamora on the 12th of March, 2020.
Scope of calibration include:

  • Speed
  • Volume
  • Temperature
  • Mass

NLECC handles the calibration of the following equipment at the center;

  • Stopwatches ( timers) ,
  • Pipettes,
  • Thermometers.

The calibration of other equipment such as refrigerators, centrifuges, autoclaves, water baths, Incubators, weighing balance etc. are carried out onsite at clients’ facilities.

NaLECC Core Values are

  • Quality Service Delivery
  • Customer Satisfaction
  • Reliability
  • Best Practice

The National Laboratory Equipment Calibration Center (NaLECC) is open to all Medical Laboratory Practitioners and other users of the aforementioned equipment for patronage of her services to support equipment efficiency & guarantee quality results.

 

EID-EL KABIR: ERHABOR FELICITATES WITH MUSLIM MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE PRACTITIONERS

The Registrar/CEO of the Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria, Dr. Tosan Erhabor congratulates entire Muslim faithfuls especially Muslim Medical Laboratory Science practitioners on the occasion of this year’s Eid-El Kabir. The congratulatory message was contained in a release personally signed by him at the MLSCN House, Abuja.

Erhabor was quoted as saying that “I want all of us to remain obedient, steadfast, faithful and loyal as typified by the Holy Prophet Ibrahim”.
“We should always come against what divide us and embrace what unites us as high level manpower professionals” he continued. He therefore urged the practitioners to live in peaceful coexistence.

Erhabor advised that we should celebrate with modesty while remembering the needy, downtrodden, and less privileged in our society.

He similarly cautioned us not to lose our guards as 3rd wave of COVID-19 pandemic is here with us. He encouraged us to fully observe all COVID-19 protocols in order to safeguard ourselves, society and our country.

Dr. Tosan wishes all, happy and fun filled Eid-El Kabir!