Metrology Practitioner Registration Programme (MPR)

The Metrology Practitioner Registration Programme (MPR) is designed to ensure that persons providing, inspecting or adjusting measuring equipment are suitably qualified to ensure the accuracy of measurement instruments and thereby improve the quality of measurements performed in the country. Loading…...

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Metrology Practitioner Registration Programme (MPR)

The Metrology Practitioner Registration Programme (MPR) is designed to ensure that persons providing, inspecting or adjusting measuring equipment are suitably qualified to ensure the accuracy of measurement instruments and thereby improve the quality of measurements performed in the country. Loading…...

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World Metrology Day 2022 – Metrology in the Digital Era

You are cordially invited to a webinar on Metrology in the Digital Era in celebration of World Metrology Day on the 20th May, 2022. This theme was chosen, because digital technology is revolutionizing the metrology community, and is one of the most exciting trends in society today....

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Construction Standards Bundle

Get $40.00 OFF! Special bundle offer on National Standards for Construction. Standards in this bundle include:
  • TTS 599:2006, Guide to the Design and Construction of Small Buildings - $280.00 $260.00
  • TTS 641:2017, Driveway Gates – Specification - $136.00 $116.00

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TTCS 10:2021, Garments and Textiles – Compulsory Requirements

This standard establishes compulsory requirements for the labelling and chemical composition of garments and textiles. Garments This standard applies to the following types of garments:
  1. all types of garments, whether made of textile, plastics, plastics-coated fabric, suede, grain leather, furs or any combination of these materials, and including the following
    • school uniforms;
    • hosiery;
    • neckwear;
    • headgear;
    • fashion gloves, mittens and mitts;
    • cloth diapers;
    • swim wear;
    • waterproof rain wear; and
This standard does not apply to bespoke garments, personal protective wear and footwear. Textiles This standard applies to the following textiles: a) textiles sold by length, (retail and or bulk), including narrow fabrics or fents; b) household textile articles; EXAMPLE: Draperies, floor coverings, furnishing, beddings, handkerchiefs, towels and pillow cases. c) threads; and d) any textile article which is sold with a clear indication that it is a remnant, irregular, second, reject, damaged or used; This standard does not apply to hair pieces, accessories, smart textiles, industrial textiles, ropes, fabric tapes, any piece of mosquito netting, cord yarn, ribbons or any other narrow width fabrics that are less than 15 cm in width. Chemical composition This standard applies to the chemical composition of garments and textiles as it pertains to formaldehydes and azo dyes. Status: Current | Published: 2021 | Replaces: TTS 76: Part 3:2007 and TTS 76: Part 7:2008  

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COVID-19 EQA Now Available

EQA is an efficient tool to determine the performance of the laboratory for specific tests and/or measurements and monitor overall laboratory performance. EQA allows an individual laboratory to evaluate if its performance is satisfactory for the intended clinical purpose. Click here to view information flyer  ...

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