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UAE to start phased control of hazardous material in electric, electronic devices early 2018

Posted on 30/05/2017

The UAE will start a phased and gradual control of hazardous materials in electrical and electronic devices w.e.f. the beginning of 2018 owing to their detrimental effect on public health, according to Dr. Rashid bin Ahmed bin Fahad, Minister of State. Dr. Fahad, who is also the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Emirates Authority for Standardisation and Metrology, ESMA, has stated that the UAE Cabinet has issued a decision on the mandatory control of hazardous materials in electrical ...  >>MORE

EMI participates in half-yearly meeting of Gulf Association for Metrology

Posted on 07/05/2017

Emirates Metrology Institute (EMI), part of Abu Dhabi Quality and Conformity Council (QCC), participated in the half-yearly meeting of members of the Gulf Association for Metrology (GULFMET) hosted by Emirates Authority for Standardisation & Metrology (ESMA) in Abu Dhabi. Held for the first time in Abu Dhabi since GULFMET's establishment, the meeting drew the participation of representatives from leading National Metrology Institutes (NMIs). The meeting provided GULFMET General Assembly ...  >>MORE

Emirates Metrology Institute to add leap second to UAE Standard Time

Posted on 30/06/2015

The Emirates Metrology Institute, EMI, the reference body for measurements in the UAE, has announced that a leap second will be added to UAE standard time just before 4 a.m. on July 1st, when clocks will read 03:59:60. The move aims to conform with other timing centres around the world, which will also add a leap second at the same time (11:59:60 pm UTC on June 30th) to adjust for the slight differences in time between highly accurate atomic clocks and the rotation of the globe. Dr. Helal Al ...  >>MORE