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NATA News April 2016

World Accreditation Day 2016

Each year we celebrate World Accreditation Day on 9 June. This global initiative was established to raise awareness of the importance and value of accreditation.… Read More


New Technical Assessor training tool

The contribution of Technical Assessors is essential to NATA in the delivery of peer-assessment based accreditation services that meet the national interest and public wellbeing
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Qualcon 2016

Qualcon® Australia’s national conference devoted to quality, process improvement and related topics is being held in Sydney 3 – 5 July 2016 at the Sydney Novotel Central
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Victorian and Tasmanian NATA Members and Assessors meeting 13 April 2016

A meeting of Victorian and Tasmanian NATA Members and Assessors was held on Wednesday 13 April 2016
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NATA welcomes new Accreditations

Since our last issue NATA has announced the new accreditation of facilities across Australia, see the full list of our newly accredited facilities
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Technical Document Updates

A number of NATA’s technical publications have been updated since our last edition. These publications are available from our website
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Estimating biological measurement uncertainty: a training course

Biological measurements are challenging at the best of times. Defining what we are measuring can present problems
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Update on the revision of ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Conformity Assessment - General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories

CASCO (Conformity Assessment Standards Committee) is the ISO committee that develops policy and publishes standards related to conformity assessment Read More


The National Measurement Institute invites you to a special guest seminar

‘The story behind the International System of Units (SI) and the journey towards re-definition.’
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NATA upcoming Training courses

NATA's suite of training courses are designed to enhance the operational efficiency and quality of technical facilities.
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