Frederick, MD (Vocus) July 23, 2010
A2LA and Workplace Training with Instructor Dilip Shah are pleased to announce a training partnership. This partnership was formed to satisfy a key component of ISO/IEC 17025 Compliance-Effective training and the Documentation of that training.
Why perform interval analysis and adjustment? Usually, this requirement is driven by the need to maintain a specific level of measurement quality in a cost effective calibration program.
No measurement is perfect. There is always a risk the end result will be outside the desired tolerance. This is because measurement standards, no matter how good, have an associated uncertainty. Even at "time zero", which we call the Beginning-of-Period, this uncertainty still exists. This uncertainty increases as a function of time, usage, storage conditions, etc. The point where risk of being out-of-tolerance becomes unacceptable or where uncertainty becomes too great is the End-of-Period. Calibration should take place just prior to this point being reached.
The requirement for Interval Analysis;
Definitions associated with Interval Analysis;
Statistics associated with Interval Analysis;
Implementing Interval Analysis;
Reliability Targets & Measurement Risk;
Analyzing Data and Reviewing Reliability Model;
Interval Analysis Methods;
Economics of Interval Analysis;
Implementation Methods; and
**BONUS!! Interval Analysis Calculator Tool Included**
Date: August 18, 2010 from 1:00 – 4:00 PM EST.
Contact Julie Collins at 301-644-3235 or jcollins(at)A2LA(dot)org or you can visit http://www.A2LA.org for additional information.