Metrology and Calibration
In view of the legal and regulatory requirements imposed, organizations must have adequate management of their monitoring and measurement equipment.
This seminar aims to enable participants to:
• Know the typologies of metrology and calibration.
• Understand the conceptual structure;
• Know the structure and methods of calibration, verification and their validations.
• Know the main differences between calibration and verification.
MODULE I - General Basics, metrology categories:
-Scientific, industrial and legal;
-Accreditation and other acknowledgments of metrological entities.
MODULE II - Management of Measurement and Test Equipment:
-Definition of acceptance criteria;
-Calibration vs metrological verification;
-Determination of Calibration Periodicity (OIML D101), among others);
-Equipment subject to calibration vs verification (internal and external);
-Adequacy of the equipment to the specificity of the monitoring and measurement activities carried out in the organization;
MODULE III - Analysis and validation of results of metrological operations (calibration, verification, etc.):
-Main sources of variation of measurements (repeatability, reproducibility, among others);
MODULE IV - Receipt and approval of Certificates issued abroad:
-Calibration Validation vs VerificationMODULE V - Summary and interconnection of the topics discussed.