Webinar : Good Weighing Practice - The Global Weighing Guideline - Part 1: Measurement Uncertainty and Minimum Weight
Throughout the industry, there are common misconceptions regarding balance selection and use as well as incorrect testing programs for periodic verification of the balance's performance. Driven by scientific principles, METTLER TOLEDO has developed Good Weighing Practice (GWP®), a risk-based weighing guideline dealing with the entire life cycle of a balance. GWP® provides sound answers to the user's concerns regarding establishing and maintaining sustainable quality of weighing processes.
Language: English , French , Chinese (simplified) , German
The first part of this webinar deals with the cornerstones for evaluating and selecting an appropriate weighing system: Measurement uncertainty and minimum weight. The selection of a weighing system which reliably fulfills the respective weighing accuracy requirements set by the user will be illustrated. In the framework of the calibration, it has been proven and documented that the selected weighing system fulfills the user's requirements. This is done by determining measurement uncertainty and minimum weight at the weighing equipment's installation location. Reference is made to applicable GxP, ISO and other rules. Further, samples of FDA warning letters are shown and management considerations are provided which help bridging the gap between sustainable quality of weighing data, risk reduction and efficiency enhancement.
Target audience: QA and QC managers, compliance managers, laboratory and production managers and balance responsible persons.
Presenter: Dr. Klaus Fritsch, Manager Compliance at METTLER TOLEDO.
Duration: 1 hour.
Technical requirements: This webinar will be streamed online.