Learn to competently propagate the uncertainties associated with temperature, volume, and mass from laboratory reference instruments to those instruments used for testing. Establish credible traceability of measurement. Ensure that internal calibration procedures meet competence criteria for the desired levels of uncertainty to be propagated.
Note: This course is not to train laboratories to calibrate instruments for use by other labs. That work is normally done by competent metrologists and is, by definition, "external calibration."
This 1-day Training Course is for participants to learn to competently propagate uncertainties in their own testing laboratories for mass, temperature, and volume instruments in the range parts per ten to parts per thousand – the smallest uncertainties that can normally be propagated in a testing lab.
Participants are provided training material related to basic measurement instrument calibration and a listing of supporting information.
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