This 2 hour webinar will introduce metrological traceability.
Metrological traceability is a characteristic of a measurement result. A laboratory is not traceable. A standard is not traceable. A NIST Test Number is not traceable. This session covers the definition of metrological traceability and the essential elements that must be documented to provide objective evidence that a measurement result is in fact, traceable.
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
- IDENTIFY and DESCRIBE the definitions of Metrological Traceability;
- IDENTIFY the essential elements required to demonstrate metrological traceability;
- USE a Traceability Assessment form for W&M applications to assess evidence;
- USE the forms and knowledge of the essential elements and the traceability assessment process; to evaluate current and new W&M standards; and
- ANSWER questions about metrological traceability.