AAT Data and Reports
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AAT samples are provided on a quarterly basis to organizations enrolled in the AAR program. The organization is sent one set of AAT samples for every 5 analysts enrolled in the AAR. Results of each round are evaluated and a report of performance is provided to each enrolled organization. The analyst has the opportunity to override his/her scores by participating in the retest round. The proficiency samples for the AAT program are generated and distributed by RTI International, with data analysis performed by the AIHA Registry Programs.

Registry Portal: AAT Data Entry and Reports

Useful Link​s and For​​ms

Upcoming Fibers for AAT Rounds

(Note only one fiber type will be present on each sample. Each round also includes a blank filter)

​​Round 145
Chrysotile, Amosite, man-made fiber​

Round 146
​Amosite, ​Chrysotile, man-made fiber

​​Round 147
Chrysotile, Amosite, man-made fiber​

Round 148​
​Amosite, ​Chrysotile, man-made fiber

Who should participate in the AA​T Program?

Any analyst enrolled in the AAR program must successfully participate in the AAT program.

A proficiency testing program provides objective evidence of an analyst's capability to produce data that is both accurate and repeatable. Participation in proficiency testing activities also provides invaluable feedback in the internal monitoring of your quality system and can help analyze the reliability of an organization's analytical protocols, personnel, and equipment.

Proficient performance is a requirement for recognition as an AAR Registered Analyst and inclusion on the AAR Directory of Registered Organizations and Analysts.

Who can participate in t​​he AAT Program?

The AAT Program is the proficiency testing program for fiber-counting analysts who seek to be included on the Asbestos Analysts Registry. Only analysts enrolled in the AAR may participate in the AAT program. Participating organizations may have analysts that work in the laboratory or the field or both.

How does the AAT program work?

When an organization enrolls in the AAR Program their affiliated analysts are enrolled in the AAT program. Analysts may also be enrolled with an organization after the initial application submission.

Samples are shipped quarterly to the organization's AAT Contact. One sample set can be analyzed by up to five analysts. Sample analysis must be performed using the current version of the NIOSH 7400 Method. Analytical procedures must be in compliance with the OSHA asbestos standard, 29 CFR 1910.1001. AAT data must be submitted to the AAT Data Dashboard by the deadline.

AAT Performance Results Reports are available within 10 business days after the round closes. The reports display the proficiency results and status of each enrolled analyst.

Access Report​s and Enter Results Online

Results Reports​

You may access your Organization’s AAT Performance Results Reports by accessing the AAT Data Dashboard in the Registry Portal. Once there click the 'View Round Results' link next to whichever round you want to view. Login Username and password are required to access reports; email us if you have misplaced this information.

Please visit the AIHA PAT Programs website to access the portal to obtain IHPAT, ELPAT, Diffusive Sampler, or ELPAT Air program reports or to enter results for AIHA PAT Programs.

Data Submission​​

To enter your AAT results visit the AAT Data Dashboard in the Registry Portal.

  1. Log in to the Registry Portal
  2. Click the AAT Data Dashboard link under the Asbestos Analysts Registry section.
  3. Click the analyst's name in the Open Rounds table
  4. Select the Data Submission link on the left
  5. Enter the analyst's data and click Next
  6. Select the Confirm Submissions link on the left
  7. Print/Save the confirmation page

View the Registry Portal user guides​ for more information.

Remember to print your submission confirmation page after submitting your sample data; it is your proof of submission.

You may re-enter your data at any time prior to the round close; your re-entry will override the original submission.