Tag: Metrology

  • RP-6: Calibration Quality Systems for the Healthcare Industry

    As many of you know, I’ve long been involved with NCSL International (NCSLI) in a number of capacities; one of which has been the upkeep of one of the organization’s guidance documents, Recommended Practice – 6 (RP-6). My first activity with the document was on the third edition in 2008. Most recently, I have played […]

  • 2015 Blue Mountain Summit: What to Expect

    The 4th annual Blue Mountain Summit is just around the corner! Beginning November 10th, RAM users from far and wide will gather for 2 ½ days and have the opportunity to learn from peers, network, and discuss industry topics. This year’s Summit theme is “Getting the most from RAM” and the agenda we have lined-up promises to […]

  • MSC 2015 – Five years of Healthcare Metrology GDPs with Marcus McNeely

    “The goal of the Measurement Science Conference is to provide a professional training forum and venue to advance education, renew and expand professional contacts and partnerships, and provide emerging ideas, insights and innovations in the measurement science profession.” -MSC Conference website   The annual Measurement Science Conference is nearly upon us, taking place on March […]

  • An Internal View of NCSLI

    Marcus McNeely, who is a long-time Blue Mountain employee, recently accepted the role of Vice President of the Northeastern US Region of The National Conference of Standards Laboratories International (NCSLI).  Marcus has been an active volunteer in NCSLI for many years and previously served as the Chair of the NCSLI Healthcare Metrology Committee (the 151 […]

  • Bound by Overly Stringent Process Tolerences in Calibration Management

    Welcome, Metrologists, QA Personnel, Regulated Personnel and otherwise, Where to start? This being the first of a series of editorials on life in the field of calibration in regulated environments; I ponder the genre of materials that I could contribute, should contribute, in addition to things I would like to blog, but probably shouldn’t… What […]

  • MSC Conference – Global Economic Challenges Drive Operation Change in Metrology

    Greetings to all my colleagues once again. I have a few ‘Metrological Retreats’ every year, where I find myself with more old friends than I can count. I can also say that I never leave without a sizeable amount of new knowledge to take away, and if you haven’t had a chance to attend an […]

  • Election 2012 – Industry Expectations for the Next 4 Years

    The elections are over, our airwaves are free from political ads, and President Obama was elected to a second term. Regardless of where you stand on the political spectrum, the election results certainly affect our industry. Here are a few thoughts on the impacts. The FDA’s Focus I expect we will continue to see the […]