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The British Measurement and Testing Association

The Voice of Measurement and Testing

BMTA was created in 1990 in response to the need for an independent ‘lobby’ for the private sector to speak with one voice to Government, UKAS, BSI and other official bodies on issues affecting the whole measurement and testing community.

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The Journal of the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee

The Summer edition of The Journal of the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee (All-Party Parliamentary Group) has been published. The issue coincides with the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee’s long-awaited return to the Palace of Westminster for their discussion meetings programme.

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PANDEMIC REFLECTIONS - A review following the PPE crisis of 2020

The events of 2020 elevated the profile of PPE to a level never seen before and highlighted the dependence the country has on extended supply chains. By Alan Murray, Chief Executive Officer at British Safety Industry Federation.

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Metrology support for methane emissions measurement and reporting

Rod Robinson, Principal Research Scientist, Emissions and Atmospheric Metrology Group, NPL, reviews some of the ways the metrology community is supporting industry in meeting evolving measurement requirements.

By Rod Robinson, Principal Research Scientist, Emissions and Atmospheric Metrology Group, National Physical Laboratory

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IMEKO TC11&TC24 Joint Conference

The IMEKO TC11&TC24 Joint Conference is to be held in hybrid format, both in Dubrovnik (Croatia) and online from 17th to 19th of October 2022.

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The Government published an amended Treasury Direction under the Coronavirus Act 2020 on Friday 22nd May. This replaces the original Treasury Direction, which sets out the technical details of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. The amended Treasury Direction reflects the extension to the Scheme to 30th June but does not address the further extension announced by the Chancellor on 12th May.

 

If you submit a claim under the Scheme on or after 23 May, you will need to ensure it is compliant with the amended Treasury Direction.

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