Mrs Erica Caruth the Head, Metrology Division (Ag.) of the Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards , tell us more about the Metrology Act No. 18 of 2004 which is now law in and how it affects us.Read More →
Measurements in a Dynamic World.
In December 2015, TTBS entered into an agreement with the University of the West Indies, Physics Department to lecture a compulsory metrology course to students completing their final year in Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Technology.
As part of the programme, Metrology and Regulatory Standards (BMET-3004), students were required to […]Read More →
Section 21(d) of the Metrology Act No.18 of 2004 and the Metrology Regulations, 2015 has mandated the Legal Metrology Inspectorate of the Bureau to examine and approve all patterns of measuring devices used for trade. To facilitate this mandate, all measuring devices manufactured in or imported into Trinidad and Tobago, must undergo pattern approval before […]Read More →
Newly Approved StandardsTTS/CRS 54:2016 Specification for cement
TTS 76: Part 13:2016 Requirements for labelling – Part 13: Labelling of electrical appliances (3rd Revision)
TTS/ISO 9001:2015 Quality management systems – Requirements
TTS/ISO 14001:2015 Environmental management systems – Requirements with guidance for use
TTS 171:Part 1:2015 Trinidad and Tobago Electrical Wiring Code - Part 1: Low voltage installations (1st Revision)
TTS 588:2015 Hollow Clay Blocks - Horizontal Core – Specification
TTS/UL 1703:2015 Flat-plate photovoltaic modules and panels
TTS/UL 1741:2015 Inverters, converters, controllers and interconnection system equipment for use with distributed energy resources
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