This 2 hour webinar will cover Uncertainty Analysis for Gravimetric Volume calibrations and is to enable laboratory metrology staff to specify uncertainties for SOP 14 following the Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement, using SOP 14, SOP 29, and other applicable resources that will be provided.
At the end of this 2-hour session, using notes and SOP 29 and SOP 14, participants will be able to:
You will need the following to participate in the webinar:
Materials & Supplies:
SOP 14 (download from: http://www.nist.gov/pml/wmd/labmetrology/calibration.cfm)
Participants are expected to have previous training on SOP 14, Gravimetric Calibration of Volumetric Ware procedure, and laboratory experience in its application. (OJT training is required as a minimum; OWM Basic Metrology or Volume Seminar attendance is preferred.)
Completion includes completing pre-work assignment and submission of current uncertainties for this procedure, full attendance and participation in the session activities and discussion, and completing an on-line evaluation after the course. Submitted examples WILL be shared with other course participants during review.
Laboratory staff who have responsibilities for developing, implementing, and/or improving gravimetric volume calibration uncertainties in their laboratory. This course is available for non-weights and measures participants.
The current fee for webinars is $199 and confirmed participants will be provided a link to make a payment. Registration fees for State weights and measures regulatory officials and metrologists are funded by NIST OWM.
Georgia L. Harris,
Start Date: Friday, June 6, 2014
End Date: Friday, June 6, 2014
Location: Adobe Connect
Audience: Industry, Government
NIST Office of Weights and Measures
Class No. 5322
Event Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm ET
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, May 14, 2014
You must register in the Office of Weights and Measures Contact Management System. You must first establish a primary contact account by going to the link listed above. Follow the instructions to create an account unless you are already a registered user.
Your request for a contact account will be processed within one business day. You will be sent a password, so that you can then register in our training system (How to Request Training & Transcript Using the Contacts System-PDF) for this class. If you have any questions, contact Isabel Chavez at 301-975-2128.
Georgia L. Harris,