BMTA are the leading trade association serving the British Measurement and Testing Industry.  Our members carry out vital work ensuring the Quality and Safety of products and services offered to Businesses and Consumers alike.  Over recent weeks we have been working with other trade bodies to represent the interests and needs of our Members to Government, Policy Makers and Regulators.

Here are the answers to the some of the most frequently asked questions from employees and business owners regarding COVID-19

The European Commission is calling for startups and SMEs with technologies and innovations that could help in treating, testing, monitoring or other aspects of the Coronavirus outbreak to apply urgently to the next round of funding from the European Innovation Council.

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Every organisation is continuously exposed to opportunities, challenges, and risks in a normal business environment. However, extraordinary events or circumstances beyond the control of the organisation happen.

Running for nearly 40 years alternating between Scotland and Norway, the North Sea Flow Measurement Workshop is the key event in the flow measurement calendar. Bringing together experts from across the oil, gas and wider energy industry, the Workshop features technical sessions and presentations relating to flow measurement challenges faced in the field today, as well as looking at technologies and innovations that will shape the future of the energy industry.

This is the second of our quarterly BMTA newsletters, aimed at providing a greater depth of information and richer insight into specific areas of interest.

21-22 January 2020 at LNE, Paris

The workshop covers areas of calibration, testing, comparison and conformance, and embrace the sectors of energy, environment, quality of life, industry and society.

This is the first of our quarterly BMTA newsletters, aimed at providing a greater depth of information and richer insight into a specific area of interest.

Response by the British Measurement and Testing Association to the Government’s consultation ‘Building a safer future: proposals for the reform of the building safety regulatory system’