Welcome to Eurachem
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Welcome to Eurachem, a network of organisations in Europe having the objective of establishing a system for the international traceability of chemical measurements and the promotion of good quality practices. It provides a forum for the discussion of common problems and for developing an informed and considered approach to both technical and policy issues. It provides a focus for analytical chemistry and quality related issues in Europe.
Check the Task Views to find all the Eurachem resources for particular topics:
Eurachem Workshop: Quality in Analytical Measurements
Eurachem is pleased to announce an international workshop on "Quality in Analytical Measurements" to be held in Lisbon on Monday 19 to Wednesday 21 May 2014. This workshop will cover the chemical description of the analytical problem, producing measurements with adequate traceability and uncertainty, interpreting results based on objective evidence and reporting results to the client. This event will also celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Eurachem.
Eurachem Workshop on Quality Assurance of Measurements from Field to Laboratory - Presentations available
The Eurachem Workshop on Quality Assurance of Measurements from Field to Laboratory was held at MIKES, Finland on 20-21 May in 2013. Presentations and a summary of the workshop are now available on the workshop page.
Eurachem News No. 30 issued
The latest Eurachem Newsletter is now available to download in PDF format. Printed copies will also be available through National members.
Previous newsletters can be found on the Newsletter page.
Pre-Post PT guide now available in 12 languages
The Eurachem PT working group has released 11 new translations of the information leaflet "Pre- and Post-analytical PT" to accompany the English edition. The translations can be downloaded here.
Other information leaflets can be found under 'Information leaflets'.
IQC workshop presentations available
The presentations given at the workshop "Key Challenges in Internal Quality Control" at BAM, Berlin on 10-11 October 2012 are now available on the workshop summary page.