WELMEC - European Cooperation in Legal Metrology
1990-06 Bern Switzerland
Founded Jun 1990, Bern (Switzerland), on signature of a Memorandum of Understanding. Original title: Western European Legal Metrology Cooperation. Current title adopted Jan 1995.
Establish a harmonized and consistent approach to legal metrology in the light of: the European Economic Area (EEA) Agreement extending the single market of the European Union to most of EFTA; development of closer cooperation between EU and EFTA; political changes in Central and Eastern Europe; increased international trade in measuring instruments; the different coverage of legal metrology in various countries.
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Committee (meets annually), comprising delegates of national bodies and observers. Chairman's Group; Working Groups (97): Weighing Instruments; General Aspects of Legal Metrology; Review of Enforcement Activities; Prepackages; Software; MID; Measuring Instruments for Liquids Other Than Water. Ad hoc Working Groups; Secretariat in Vienna (Austria).
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