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World Metrology Day

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World Metrology Day

May 20 is World Metrology Day, commemorating the anniversary of the signing of the Metre Convention in 1875. This treaty provides the basis for a coherent measurement system worldwide that underpins scientific discovery and innovation, industrial manufacturing and international trade, as well as the improvement of the quality of life and the protection of the global environment.

The theme for World Metrology Day 2017 is Measurements for transport. This theme was chosen because transport plays such a key role in the modern world. We not only move ourselves, but also the food we eat, the clothes we wear, the goods we use and rely on, not forgetting the raw materials they are made from. Doing so safely, efficiently and with minimal environmental impact requires an astonishing range of measurements.

Across the world, national metrology institutes continually advance measurement science by developing and validating new measurement techniques at whatever level of sophistication is needed. These advances are playing a crucial role in bringing new solutions to the transport sector, innovations such as hydrogen fuel cells, electric vehicles, or the new generation of fuel efficient passenger jets. The national metrology institutes participate in comparisons coordinated by the Bureau International des Poids et Mesures (BIPM) to ensure the reliability of measurement results worldwide. The BIPM also provides a forum for its Member States to address new measurement challenges. The International Organization of Legal Metrology (OIML) develops International Recommendations, the aim of which is to align and harmonize requirements worldwide in many fields, including transport.

World Metrology Day recognizes and celebrates the contribution of all the people that work in intergovernmental and national organizations throughout the year on behalf of all.

Cooperation Agreement Between Directorate of Measures And Precious Metals And City of Zrenjanin was signed

Mr. Čedomir Janjić, Mayor of Zrenjanin city, and Mr. Čedomir Belić, Acting Director of the Directorate of Measures and Precious Metals of the Republic of Serbia, signed the Agreement on bussines and technical cooperation in the City Hall of Zrenjanin on March 23, 2017. The Directorate will give way to the city of Zrenjanin part of its business offices in Jevrejska street in Zrenjanin. Besides establishing business and technical cooperation Agreement establishes favorable conditions for business improvement of the city of Zrenjanin as well as of Directorate.

Mr. Čedomir Janjić, Mayor of Zrenjanin city expressed gratitude to the Ministry of economy and Directorate for cooperation inorder to improve quality of providing services to the citizens. After that the Directorate building was visited by Mr. Čedomir Janjić, Mayor of Zrenjanin, with associates and Mrs. Snažana Vučurević, Chief of Srednjebanatski Administrative District.

Mrs. Slavica Simić was Appointed to Acting Assistant Director for Metrology Development Sector.

By the decision of the Government of the Republic of Serbia 24 number: 119-2293/2017 from March 23, 2017 Mrs. Slavica Simić was appointed to Acting Assistant Director of Directorate of Measures and Precious Metals for Metrology Development Sector. Mrs. Slavica Simić was born in Bor in 1969. She aquired B.Sc. degree in 1995 at School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, department of Phisical Electronics, Optoelectronics and laser technology. From 1996 she aquired experience in Directorate of Measures and Precious Metals as Metrologist for temperature, later as Head of Section for thermometry. She has been many years deputy of the Head of quality system for calibration/examination (SRPS 17025) and integrated management system (SRPS 9001, SRPS 14001 и SRPS OHSAS18001). So far she participated in Quality infrastructure development projects in the Republic of Serbia, CARDS 2006, IPA 2008 and IPA 2011 as well in development projects in the field of Thermometry NOTED project (EMRP program) and Eura-Thermal and HUMEA (EMPIR program).

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World Metrology Day

World Metrology Day
May 20, 2017