ISO, IEC, CEN and CENLEC have published statements regarding their engagement with Russia as a result of the Russia - Ukraine conflict.

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Trescal has announced the acquisition of Classic Technology Ltd in Naas, Republic of Ireland, and CATLab in Virginia and North Carolina, USA. These two companies add €6 million in total sales. They are the 34th and 35th since OMERS invested in April 2018.

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Employers can claim a £1,000 cash boost for every T Level student they host on a high-quality industry placement between 27 May 2021 and July 2022.

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The UKCA marking came into effect on 1 January 2021 with a requirement for all sectors (apart from medical devices which have until 30 June 2023), to display the new UKCA marking from 1 January 2022. However, recognising the impact of the pandemic on businesses, the deadline for implementation has been extended for a further 12 months.

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UKAS has announced that its membership of the European co-operation for Accreditation, EA, has been assured.

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Scientists from NPL installed an analyser at the top of the 120m high Glasgow Science Centre tower to track greenhouse gas emissions for the duration of the COP26 conference. The instrument measured methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations and provide real-time data for the duration of COP26.

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A game-changing moment for the environment could see a real acceleration in business and governments’ race to net-zero. The London Declaration is a push from ISO to transform the approach to climate action and advance international work to attain net-zero goals.

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The IMEKO Technical Committee 11 (TC11) has a new focus, addressing the broad scope of “Measurement in testing, inspection and certification”.

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When sending equipment to be calibrated, what instructions do you give to your calibration provider? This webinar will discuss what measures can be taken to specify your own requirements to ensure you get the most appropriate calibration for your equipment.

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The UK has today announced new economic sanctions against Russia. The new sanctions will deny Russia and Belarus access to Most Favoured Nation tariffs for hundreds of their exports and ban UK exports of high-end luxury goods to both countries. The full press release can be viewed here.

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The CEN and CENELEC General Assemblies voted overwhelmingly to support BSI’s continued membership of CEN and CENELEC. This decision followed the adoption of new statutes in June last year which created a new type of full member for countries that find themselves in the UK’s position of exiting the EU, and the successful audit in August of BSI’s compliance with the rules of the new member type.

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BMTA rounds up 2021 with its annual review. As with all trade associations, the strength of the collective far outweighs the sum of the individual parts and, for your part in that collective support, we are grateful.

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