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The procedure would involve the Authorized Service Provider bringing the full capacity of weights to customers premises and performing various tests from the Measurement Canada field inspection manual to prove that the equipment is accurate and working to the correct tolerances.

This test normally takes longer than a standard calibration test and depending on the machine capacity can sometimes require additional resources provided by customer.

The following pages provide an overview of the change in legislation and how your business can ensure compliance.

When does the amended Weights and Measures Act come into force?

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About Measurement Canada’s Recent Amendments to the Weights & Measures Regulations

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How do the changes affect my business?

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Sectors and devices affected by Weights and Measures Regulation changes

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Measurement Canada's Role

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First Mandatory Inspection Due Date

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What can I do to ensure I'm compliant with the change in regulations?

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What is the procedure to get the certificate of compliance?

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Regular Calibration vs Ministry Compliance Certification

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How will Avery Weigh-Tronix help me ensure compliance with changes in Weights and Measures regulations?

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