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Closed organisation: National Measurement Office
From April 2015 some enforcement functions carried out by the VCA will be transferred to the NMRO.
Centre of Excellence for Technical Regulation announced.
NMO to attend the International weighing industry trade fair organised by China Weighing Instrument Association (CWIA) in Shanghai, China, April 2015.
Review of the 3 pre-packages Directives is now at consultation stage.
Leap seconds: report on findings of the UK public dialogue.
Details on the next metrology seminar; information on speakers, venue and how to book.
International working standards for length measures: updated working documents.
Stakeholder consultation on exemptions from the substance restrictions in the RoHS Directive.
The National Measurement Office has been appointed as acting competent authority to enforce the heat networks legislation in the UK.
Investigation into the availability, labelling, and prevalence of 'special purpose lamps' in reference to ecodesign legislation.
Proposed amendments to Automatic catchweighing instruments technical documents.
Weights and Measures (Food) (Amendment) Regulations 2014 consultation: government response published.
Video for trading standards officers primarily, to support their national project and help familiarisation with medical weighing equipment.
Memorandum of Understanding has been renewed to share information, knowledge and business opportunities in metrology.
The NMO enforcement authority are to present their work on tyre labelling for three days at the international Brityrex exhibition.
The latest work on incorrect energy labels, focusing on freezers, has resulted in a successful outcome for the National Measurement Office.
Proposed amendments to automatic gravimetric filling instruments technical documents.
Public consultation and impact assessment on the 2015 draft regulations, following the amended batteries and accumulators directive.
The National Measurement Office enforcement authority annual report for year ending March 2014
From 22nd July 2014, the extent of the scope for complying with the RoHS Directive has been extended to include medical devices and monitoring and control instruments.
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