The National Measurement Institute (NMI), a division within the Department of Industry and Science is Australia's peak measurement body responsible for biological, chemical, legal, physical and trade measurement.
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09 Apr 2015Training Course: Verifying point of sale systems (Osborne Park)
16 Apr 2015Training Course: Introduction to estimating measurement uncertainty (Kensington)
21 Apr 2015Training Course: Verifying non-automatic weighing instrument (Brisbane)
22 Apr 2015Training Course: Verifying weighbridges (Brisbane)
23 Apr 2015Training Course: Verifying point of sale systems (Brisbane)
NMI's broad suite of measurement expertise is available to government, industry and the community through a wide variety of services delivered by our laboratories across Australia.
NMI offers a broad range of scientific and technical capabilities that address all sectors of measurement at the highest levels of precision and integrity.
On 1 July 2010, NMI took responsibility for trade measurement nationwide. NMI is now responsible for the full spectrum of measurement, from the peak primary standards of measurement to measurements made at the domestic trade level.