Metrology

TTBS Provides Clarity On Market Scales Verification Fees

Date:15th May, 2023 The Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards remains committed to ensuring the accuracy of all measuring devices used in trade. As part of TTBS’ mandate under the Metrology Act Chapter 82:06, our Legal Metrology Inspectorate (LMI) conducts regular verifications of measuring devices (market scales) at all Municipal...

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World Metrology Day 2023

Dear Valued Stakeholder, You are invited to participate in the World Metrology Day 2023 Webinar: Measurements Supporting the Food Global System. To register for the event, please click on the link below: https://iso.zoom.us/j/92097004272?pwd=TnpkWWZXN1M1SmNTeitkcjZucExhZz09

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TTBS To Resume Market Scale Verification Activities

Date: 2022-09-09 The Legal Metrology Inspectorate (LMI), a unit of the Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards (TTBS) is set to resume verifications of market scales, commencing September 12th, 2022 at the Tunapuna market. These verification activities will continue throughout all markets in Trinidad and Tobago. The LMI is mandated...

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Hazardous Waste Management for Laboratories Workshop

This workshop provides a guide to adequately manage waste (biological, radioactive, chemical) generated by the laboratory. It also includes management of waste at each waste lifecycle stage, namely; generation, transportation, storage, recycling, treatment, and disposal. Target Audience: Laboratory Personnel and Quality Manager of Laboratory Date: 4th – 5th October 2022...

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General Metrology Workshop

Target Audience This general metrology workshop has been specifically designed for persons whose tasks and responsibilities require an understanding of measurement and to assure that measurements are accurate and reliable. Course Outline Module 1 – Importance of Measurements Module 2 – Introduction to Metrology Module 3 – Basic Metrology Terms...

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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. The Metrology Division...

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