A non-profit making association, run by a council elected by members, the BMTA has been working to represent and promote the measurement and testing industry since 1990. We and our members work together to speak as one voice to the UK government, UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service) and BSI (British Standards Institution). Additionally, we represent the industry in Europe through our dealings with EUROLAB (European Laboratory Committee). BMTA provides a unique platform for members to express their views with regards to the standards making process.
Our aim is to solidify, develop and speak for the interests of the measurement and testing industry, both in the UK and internationally. We provide a forum in which members can make their views known, thereby helping to increase a broad awareness of the industry. Further, we offer training, via workshops and seminars, as well as providing up to the minute information on measurement methods and techniques and helping to identify recurring measurement problems and promoting effective solutions.
With our broad spectrum approach, the BMTA works to increase awareness of the measurement and testing industry. We offer expert comments and suggestions on National Measurement System programmes; support the development of measurement and specification standards and facilitate education and training within the industry.
Members benefit from working together to raise and improve the profile of the measurements and testing industry and the chance to play an active part in maintaining, developing and raising standards as a unified voice.
Visit our website where you can see more about the benefits of membership of the BMTA, as well as recent news and upcoming events of interest.
Evaluation International is primarily a member-based organisation. Our members receive access to a whole library of reports and evaluations, which are continually updated and added to in order to provide a comprehensive overview of the market. Every year, reports and evaluations are commissioned amounting to an annual spend of over £150,000.
Evaluations of instruments are carried out by approved, independent and impartial laboratories with respect to the manufacturers’ performance specifications as well as to the relevant national and international standards.
Most of these reports are not available to non-members. However, we do produce some User Guides for public sale. Visit EI online to find out more.
EI membership is open to all users and specifiers of instruments for process control, process monitoring, process measurement and for environmental monitoring, measurement and control. Despite most of our members being large companies, we do welcome smaller organisations and we are happy to make arrangements for group or associate memberships.
Instrument manufacturers are not eligible to become members of EI, however we do work very closely with a number of instrument companies that support and sponsor evaluations of their instruments.
Stay up to date with all the latest news by downloading our newsletter directly from the EI website.
EI members meet every six months to set up the evaluation programme (March) and to review the results (October). Visit EI online for the latest information, including dates and location of the next bi-annual EI meeting.
|Registered at Companies House:||18 January, 1991 (28 years and 5 months ago)|
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