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At the end of this session, participants will be able to identify the essential requirements and information that are needed for establishing a laboratory control (control chart or range chart) using this specialized software program.
This is a two hour webinar covering the processs of creating and reviewing control charts and range charts used for measurement assurance using (JTI) PMAP Software. NOTE: This software has not been updated to be compatible with Windows 7 and must be available in the laboratory.
This is not intended as an endorsement of this product; this software was provided to all State weights and measures laboratories in 1998 as a national effort to standardize control charting and reporting.
NIST OWM has a number of other training opportunities scheduled. For more information:
Georgia L Harris
Start Date: Friday, June 22, 2012
End Date: Friday, June 22, 2012
Location: Adobe Connect Pro
Audience: Industry, Government
NIST Office of Weights and Measures
Class Time: 3:00 p.m – 5:00 p.m. EST
Detailed log-in information will be provided for each Webinar session along with any pre-work and session requirements.
Register for participation using the Weights and Measures Contact Management System. Database users must first establish an account by going to the link listed above. You must register in the OWM Contact Management System to participate in the webinar. Follow the instructions to create an account unless you are already a registered user. Your request will be processed within one business day and then you will be sent a password so that you may begin to use the system. Registered webinar participants will receive an email confirmation and will be provided a web link to make a payment. Funding of State W&M laboratory webinar participants is sponsored by the Office of Weights and Measures. If you have any questions, please contact Isabel Chavez at (301) 975 - 2128.
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