MSA2022 is now MSA2023 with a change of dates to accommodate shifting border restrictions and entry rules.  The NZ committee want to stage a memorable conference and that includes welcoming as many visitors to Wellington as possible.  Read about this and more in the latest newsletter.


As 2021 comes to a close, we wish our members a very happy Christmas and trust you are able to enjoy a holiday break.  The MSA2022 organising committee are excited to announce CPS (NZ) Ltd is our Platinum Sponsor.  Read more about CPS and some key dates for MSA2022 in the December Newsletter.  Stay connected via MSA LinkedIn and on the event webpage as more information is coming early 2022.

December E-Newsletter

One of the challenges for metrologists and calibration laboratories in these times of ongoing COVID travel and work restrictions is accessing high quality training to support development or upskilling of staff.  NMI Australia has adapted many of its courses to operate online via Webex video conference.  NMI has asked the MSA to inform its members of the following upcoming courses:

The MSA Executive Committee invite members to attend the Annual General Meeting taking place virtually at 4pm (Sydney time) 6pm (NZ time) on Monday 11th October, 2021.

The AGM will hear the financial report for the year ended 30 June 2021, the Presidents report outlining current initiatives and elect committee officers. 

All information to attend are listed in the Discussion Forum AGM notice (News and Events) here.



As part of the MSA's Education Initiative, an undergraduate University Unit is to be created from scratch and offered to universities and institutes of technology in Australasia.  
If you are interested and have the time, knowledge and skills to write the course material for this unit, please check out the job description on the MSA website.

For more information or to express interest, please contact Anne Evans prior to closing date of 4th October 2021.

WMD 2021 (May 20, 2021) was a great opportunity for the measurement community to come together face-to-face after an isolated 2020.  I'm sure all attendees had a special appreciation for how fortunate we were to be able to gather in Lower Hutt (NZ), Melbourne (AUS) and Sydney (AUS), while many other regions around the globe would be unable due to COVID-19.