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3 years 8 months ago #54 by Daniel Turner
Daniel Turner created the topic: G'day!
Hi fellow MSA members,
My name is Daniel "Dan" Turner and, as I work for NATA in the field of Calibration, I have joined MSA to facilitate professional connections within the industry. Although I am based in Melbourne, my role as a Client Coordinator does see me travelling all over Australia and so it is quite possible I shall be in your vicinity in the next 12–18 months.
Looking forward to a few virtual introductions.
Dan

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3 years 8 months ago #55 by Liam S (Website Admin)
Liam S (Website Admin) replied the topic: G'day!
Hi Dan and welcome to the MSA.
I always think it's great to have members from NATA and IANZ active in the MSA because its a great forum for accreditation bodies to connect directly with calibration labs and industry outside of the formal auditing process.
Hope to see you in NZ... :)

Cheers,
Liam

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3 years 8 months ago #56 by Daniel Turner
Daniel Turner replied the topic: G'day!
Hi Liam. Thanks for the welcome. Although I am unsure I shall be in NZ in a NATA capacity any time soon, it is increasingly likely I shall be popping over to Auckland in a few weeks for a martial arts training camp.

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3 years 8 months ago #57 by Liam S (Website Admin)
Liam S (Website Admin) replied the topic: G'day!
I can understand the need, but I wasn't aware that NATA were providing martial arts training for client coordinators. That is an "out-of-the-box" approach but surely will be effective in getting troubled labs to comply with the rules :)

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