7th Annual Measurement Quality Conference

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The Seventh Annual Measurement Quality Conference
Sponsored by the American Society for Quality, Measurement Quality Division
In conjunction with the 54th annual Midwest Quality Conference

Pre-conference tutorial:
Uncertainty, Traceability, and ISO Standards
Instructors: Phil Stein and Woody Eicke.
(tutorial 9/13, conference 9/14-15)

Measurement, calculation, and statement of uncertainty is on everyone's mind. While calibration labs and metrologists have always cited their results with some estimate of measurement error, the formal reports of uncertainty are being required more and more frequently in commerce. This workshop, a repeat of last year's SRO offering, will teach what is required by various standards and systems, approaches to measuring, calculating, and reporting uncertainties in a conformant way, and how to make and use error budgets to determine your uncertainty.

Faculty for the tutorial include Woodward G. Eicke and Philip Stein Both instructors are former NIST metrologists now in private consulting practice.

This presentation will be held at the SeaGate Center, Toledo, OH. September 13, 1999. It immediately precedes the Division's Annual Conference September 14 and 15, held in conjunction with the Midwest Quality Conference - all at the same location. The tutorial and the conference are open to the public and are not restricted to ASQ members.

Fees for the tutorial will be $325 per participant (non-members), $300 (ASQ members), $275 (Measurement Quality Division members), and will include materials, workbook, and two coffee breaks.

For registration information, contact Jodi Caldwell at 1-800-462-4500
e-mail [email protected]
For program or technical information, contact Philip Stein at 609-737-9144
e-mail [email protected]

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The Seventh Annual Measurement Quality Conference
Measurements, Calibration and ISO/IEC Guide 25 (Soon to be ISO Guide 17025)

SeaGate Center, Toledo, OH. September 14, 15, 1999. (tutorial 9/13. See above)
The ASQ Measurement Quality Division's Annual Conference
Held in conjunction with the Midwest Quality Conference
The tutorial and the conference are open to the public and are not restricted to ASQ members

Technical Program:

Tuesday September 14th 1999 9AM

1)Track keynote: Who needs Lab Accreditation? Who needs ISO 17025? Speaker - Philip Stein, Consultant

2) ISO Guide 25 accreditation: Who, why, how? - Thom Adams, A2LA

3) The Guide 25 pre-assessment and gap analysis - Chris Connell and Bob Sichi - Philip Morris Standards Lab

Lunch

4) Calibration Clarification (joint session with Midwest Quality Conference) - Doug Berg and Bill Harrall

5) Satisfying the proficiency testing requirement - Chuck Ellis, National Association for Proficiency Testing

6) The Guide 25 accreditation journey - Mark Owens, Gage Lab Inc.

Wednesday September 15th: 9AM

Contributed papers

7) The Knowledge Revolution - applying measurements to business processes -
T. A. Pearson

8) Interlaboratory Comparisons - Woody Eicke - Measurement Associates

9) Measurement Assurance is Alive and Well in Industry - Phil Stein,
consultant

For registration information, contact Jodi Caldwell at 1-800-462-4500
e-mail [email protected]
For program or technical information, contact Philip Stein at 609-737-9144
e-mail [email protected]

This information and much more may be found on the Division website https://www.metrology.org
 
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