|Laboratory Accreditation Courses|
|Traceability and Uncertainty in Measurement for Testing and Calibration Laboratories|
|Traceability and Uncertainty in Measurement for Testing and Calibration Laboratories is a mandatory requirement of ISO/IEC 17025. This requires that all laboratories must make a reasonable estimate of their uncertainties of measurement. The competence of laboratories is judged by how the lab fulfills the technical requirements of the standard. Laboratories need to have and apply procedures for making reasonable estimates of their uncertainties of measurement. This course is designed for the analysts who will be required to estimate the uncertainties of their test results and for those responsible for technical management of testing laboratories. |
|Contents of the course:|
- Review of Basic Concepts, general understanding and requirements for Traceability & Uncertainty of Measurement.
- Evaluation of Measurement Uncertainty based upon validation.
- PNAC policy for the traceability
- Meaning of uncertainty and overview of uncertainty requirements in ISO/IEC 17025
- Estimation of Uncertainty of Measurement.
- Evaluation of Measurement uncertainty based upon the principles of suggested by GUM & EURACHEM
- Examples and practical exercises on estimating uncertainty using the various identified approaches.
|The course is presented by senior staff of PNAC, each with a laboratory background and a detailed knowledge of the implementation of ISO/IEC 17025:2005.|
|Duration & Fee: One day |
|Venue & Dates will be announced one month before each course.|