Chemical Metrology

  Dubai   |         |     14:00 - 17:00   |     Activity Completed
English and Arabic
Ministry of Industry and Advanced Technology
Open   Listed

metrology in chemistry and the role of the BIPM, CCQM, RMOs and NMIs

production and use of Certified Reference Materials (CRMs) and primary calibrators to support the reliability and comparability of routine food analysis

measurement infrastructure that supports reference measurement services

the role of reference measurement services in ensuring individual laboratory compliance with relevant international accreditation standards (ISO 17025, ISO 17034 and ISO 17043)

case studies of the production and application of CRMs and of the provision of reference measurements to underpin analytical services for:

nutrient and trace metal content

pesticides and drug residues

mycotoxin contamination

food supplements and adulterants

Katrice + Chingis + EMI

The workshop is designed to provide participants with an overview of best practice for the provision at the national and regional level, and integration at the international level, of a harmonized system of higher-order measurement services and reference materials supporting and sustaining routine laboratory analytical services that monitor food safety and livestock, crop and plant health. The targeted attendees are managerial and technical staff of analytical laboratories that currently provide or wish to develop and strengthen reference measurement services in food and feed analysis within the GULFMET stakeholder community. It will also be relevant to persons interested in the general development of activities in chemical metrology within the GULFMET.

<p><strong class="ql-color-#0070c0"><u>Location</u></strong></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Marriott Marquis Dubai, Jewel of the Creek</p><p>Port Saeed, Dubai, UAE</p><p>Tel: +971 4 599 0000</p><p>Email: <a href="" target="_blank"></a></p>