Ensuring Better Measurements and Reducing Risk ¬-- Beyond the Sticker and the Certificate
Trish Borzon
1489 Posts

Presented by: Heather Wade, Heather Wade Group, LLC

Area of Focus: Basics and Session Level: Basic

“We encounter measurements in everyday life, starting with the time on our alarm clock, volume of water for our morning coffee or tea, temperature of our refrigerator and freezer, electricity to power our homes and businesses, and the scale to track our weight gain during the pandemic. We give truly little thought about the measurement science behind the measurements that give us confidence in products and services. For product-manufacturing companies, specific tolerances must be met so that parts properly fit and products properly function. Sometimes parts and products fail due to faulty measurements. Companies, from manufacturers to testing and calibration labs, require calibration of their measurement instruments. How do we know what information we are receiving with those calibrations? Is that information what we need? How can they use that information to improve our measurements and lower our risk of costly and deadly failures? Good news! There are international quality and technical standards that provide guidance in these areas. Learn how to read calibration certificates and use this knowledge to ensure better measurements and reduce risk.”

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Pulik Sen
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