Standard: TAPPI T 1211
ACCEPTANCE PROCEDURES FOR LABORATORIES PROVIDING REFERENCE MATERIALS FOR TAPPI STANDARDS
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This standard practice establishes the "self certification" procedures for an organization to nominate itself, and be accepted, as a TAPPI calibration laboratory for inclusion in the listing of such sources within the published TAPPI Standards. Organizations that have national or international recognition as maintainers of master instruments, calibrators of test instruments to either master instruments or to calibration standards, issuers of calibration standards, and/or issuers of transfer standards are considered to meet the requirements of T 1211 for listing as a calibration laboratory (see Section 5.3). All organizations requesting a listing must be willing to sell or provide the materials to any other company or organization that has a legitimate interest in using the method in conjunction with testing activities. The organizations so accepted by TAPPI will be listed as maintainers of master instruments, calibrators of test instruments to either master instruments or to calibration standards, issuers of calibration standards, and/or the issuers of transfer standards.
Once listed, this standard practice will provide procedures whereby such calibration laboratories will maintain their acceptability. This standard practice represents a guide for the listing of a calibration laboratory; however, the ultimate responsibility for monitoring the quality of any work performed is between the supplier and the consumer.
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