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BRDO and NMRO brought together into a single BIS directorate from 1 April 2016.
Proposed amendments to the OIML role of measurement uncertainty in conformity assessment decisions in legal metrology.
Details on the next metrology seminar; information on speakers, venue and how to book.
Proposed amendments to the OIML working documents for load cells (R60).
National project on accuracy of milk measurement: Summary of results and further action.
17th congress of the Russian Academy of Metrology: details of award ceremony.
New standard, EN 45501:2015 Metrological aspects of non-automatic weighing instruments.
How to complete a short survey on a new National Measurement System strategy.
MID and NAWI seminars: Find out about the main changes in the new directives and how to book a place on one of the seminars.
The Consumer Rights Act 2015 introduces weights and measures and hallmarking changes that will benefit business and Trading Standards.
Proposed amendments to the automatic gravimetric weighing instruments technical working documents.
Consultation on the alignment of European Union Single Market Directives.
Four new substances restricted under the RoHS Directive.
The national legal metrology project for 2014 to 2015 covered medical weighing instruments located in doctors’ surgeries, pharmacies and health centres. The final report has now been published.
International weights and measures: Proposed changes to the technical working document for quantity of product in prepackages.
National and European certification requirements pre and post 2016.
UK Quality Infrastructure: how developing and transition economies benefit and which UK organisations to contact.
Proposed amendments to the dimensional measuring instruments technical working document.
From April 2015 some enforcement functions carried out by the VCA will be transferred to the NMRO.
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
Centre of Excellence for Technical Regulation announced.
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