Poor quality calibration has been on the rise for some time now. As the baby-boomer work force begins to near retirement, years of skilled technical expertise is diminishing. Many businesses are watching as technically competent workers, who have worked for them for years, leave their organizations. The heavy number of resignations has begun to worry many manufacturers because they are concerned about finding skilled replacements.
Due to the lack of skilled workers, in-house calibration programs are now vulnerable. Many companies have no choice but to hire employees with less-knowledge in metrology to fill in the shoes of those who have retired. For this reason, poor quality calibration is becoming more and more common in companies that are using in-house programs.
To ensure your company does not experience poor quality calibration services, we have created a guide on how to avoid poor quality calibration. This guide will give you pointers on how to receive quality calibration services and why quality calibration is essential
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