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This 1 hour webinar will reinforce the concepts of properly draining test measures and provers. These concepts must be followed to ensure that test measures and provers are used in a wet condition and contain the same amount of liquid at the start of each test to ensure accuracy in measurements from test to test when evaluating retail motor fuel dispensers.
At the end of the session, participants will be able to:
The Webcast will be streamed in medium bandwidth (350kbs), so viewers needed to have a constant connection during the webcast.
Materials & Supplies:
The presentation will be available for download during the webinar.
There are no prerequisites for this webinar.
There is no pre-work for this webinar.
Successful completion includes full attendance, full participation in the session activities and discussions, and completing an online evaluation after the course.
This webinar is for weights and measures field officials and administrators (not intended for laboratory staff).
This webinar is for weights and measures field officials and administrators only. Registration fees for State weights and measures regulatory officials are funded by NIST OWM.
G. Diane Lee
Start Date: Wednesday, August 27, 2014
End Date: Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Location: Adobe Connect
Audience: Industry, Government
NIST / Office of Weights and Measures
Time: 2:30p.m - 3:30p.m ET
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, August 20, 2014
You must register in the Office of Weights and Measures Contact Management System. You must first establish a primary contact account by going to the link listed above. Follow the instructions to create an account unless you are already a registered user.
Your request for a contact account will be processed within one business day. You will be sent a password, so that you can then register in our training system (How to Request Training & Transcript Using the Contacts System-PDF) for this class. If you have any questions, contact Isabel Chavez at 301-975-2128.
G. Diane Lee