Optimization of calibration intervals - B. Larquier (BEA Métrologie) Verification and calibration, what's the difference?

Optimizing calibration intervals is an asset for reducing the costs linked to calibration in the metrology department, while maintaining good risk control.
There are two methods for this: the FD X 07 014 documentation booklet and the OPPERET method. The OPPERET method was developed by the French College of Metrology. This method is rational, relatively simple, applicable in a process of reducing the costs of the company in general and of checking measuring equipment in particular. It is based on the common sense, the reflection and the experience of the person in charge of the metrology function of the company.

Quiz - Verification and calibration, what's the difference? What are EMTs? How do we define them? What does calibration allow that verification does not? How to ensure that the measurement error remains lower than the Maximum Tolerated Error? During this quiz, come and test your knowledge of these central notions of metrology and discuss with the experts of the CFM network.