More regulatory agencies are now specifying requirements for test and calibration results to be supported by Traceability of Measurement that conforms to ILAC P10. Regulators now believe that Traceability of Measurement is a fundamental concept for the results they receive in support of either policy development or enforcement.
In order to continue to serve their markets, laboratories must be accredited and even those that are not must demonstrate competence in Traceability, Calibration and Uncertainty of Measurement. Besides these being knowledge requirements for accreditation, they are specified in regulations that do not yet demand accreditation.
This course is about the basic approaches used by testing laboratories to establish Traceability of Measurement by estimating the uncertainties for tests and internal calibrations. This two-day course examines the requirements and policies that underlie the need from regulators for traceability and the uncertainties associated with tests and internal calibrations as defined by ISO/IEC 17025. It is based on the system and technical requirements of that standard. It contains easy-to-understand approaches to preparing and estimating all contributions to the overall uncertainties associated with accredited tests and calibrations.
Upon completing this course participants should:
Who will Benefit:
This course is designed for people who work in a testing or calibration laboratory and who participate in the operation of that laboratory.
This course will also benefit regulatory professionals who write specifications for laboratories accredited to provide results in their specific programs, such as environmental, safety, food or health programs.
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