Atlanta, Georgia USA (24 March 2017) – Beamex announces the opening of attendee registration for Calibration Best Practices: Interactive Workshop, which will be held Wednesday and Thursday August 2-3 2017 at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA, USA.
The workshop will explore the latest insights, trends and best practices for process plant managers, engineers and technicians seeking to improve calibration quality, safety, accuracy and efficiency. Instructors will discuss day-to-day challenges and how best to solve them through new and innovative strategies and advances in calibration technology—all designed to save time while achieving quality metrics and improving safety.
Workshop participants will benefit from a highly interactive learning approach, providing the practical skills and know-how needed to improve daily maintenance processes and tasks. The day of personalized instruction includes:
- Hands-on workshops (temperature and pressure calibration)
- How to eliminate calibration paperwork
- Open discussion of complex calibrations
- Calibration competitions with prizes
Access to this event is limited, so interested persons are encouraged to register soon. The registration includes access to all presentations, breakfast and lunch as well as a tour of the Blackstone Steam Plant.
Each attendee is responsible for his or her travel arrangements and expenses. To reserve your spot, view details on the program, review a list of recommended hotels and more, visit the workshop website.
Beamex is a leading, worldwide provider of calibration solutions that meet even the most demanding requirements of process instrumentation. Beamex offers a comprehensive range of products and services–from portable calibrators to workstations, calibration accessories, calibration software, industry-specific solutions and professional services. Through Beamex’s subsidiaries, branch offices and an
extensive network of independent distributors, the company’s products and services are available in more than 130 countries. Beamex has more than 12,000 customers worldwide.