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2012世界計量日國際計量局和國際法制計量組織局長的致辭

消息來源:本站   時間:2012/5/3 9:41:13

各位同事:
為紀念1875年米制公約的簽署,每年5月20日,國際計量界都組織慶祝世界計量日活動。作為兩個國際計量機構(國際計量局和國際法制計量組織)的領導人,我們此次聯合慶祝世界計量日的目的,是為了提高我們對計量在我們生活方方面面重要作用的認識。因此我們得以借此機會向與計量行業息息相關的各位宣講,并邀請你們加入慶祝這個重要日子的活動。

今年,我們選擇“計量與安全”作為活動主題,體現了獲得可靠的測量結果以確保我們在工作、休息和娛樂的安全的重要性。與“計量”這個詞一樣,盡管“安全”一詞涵蓋了非常廣泛的主題,然而許多人仍不了解世界計量界扮演的重要角色。安全的水平取決于計量的水平。確保飛機的可靠性實驗、汽車的碰撞安全性實驗、放療的劑量水平等等這些測量結果的真實可信,是我們計量學家的集體責任。

這就是我們必須告知那些使用和信任我們測量方法的公眾們的內容。在世界各地,國家計量院和國家法定計量檢定機構推廣專業的計量知識,使我們能在現代高科技的環境下安全可靠的進行計量工作。

以道路安全為例。全世界每年死于道路安全問題的人大約150萬。這一驚人的數字促使聯合國宣布開展為期十年(2011~2020)的道路安全行動。許多OIML建議都與道路安全有關。它們為一些法定管理的計量設備提供了技術指南。例如胎壓表、時速表、測速雷達、呼出式酒精分析儀、自動汽車衡等。

另一個例子少有人知。國際計量局在電離輻射領域為其成員國的國家計量院和診療機構,同時也包括世界衛生組織和國際原子能機構提供比對和校準服務計劃。全球每年有約700萬患者定期接受放射性治療,超過3300萬患者接受核醫學診斷,接受X射線診斷的則超過3億6千萬人。此外還有1千1百萬人從事電離輻射工作需要監控個人輻射劑量。得益于國際計量局在世界范圍內的這些服務,上述輻射劑量得以準確安全。

這里只是幾個例子。無論人們做哪一行,無論人們走哪一條路,盡管他們沒有意識到,他們的安全系于我們,我們計量人。我們要盡心竭力做好本職工作。正如我們向世界宣揚的的口號:“為你的安全而計量”。

那么就趕快加入我們慶祝世界計量日的隊伍吧。幫助人們認識到政府間組織和國家組織全年的工作和貢獻。

原文
http://www.worldmetrologyday.org/directors_message.html
Message from the Directors of the BIPM and the BIML

Paris, March 2012

Dear Colleagues,

May 20, the anniversary of the signing of the Metre Convention in 1875, is the day on which the world metrology community celebrates
World Metrology Day. As Directors of the two world metrology Organizations (the BIPM and the BIML), our aim in marking the anniversary is to join together and work with you to raise awareness of the important, if often unnoticed, role that metrology plays in all of our lives. And so we take this opportunity to address the stakeholders in the metrology arena and to invite you to join us in the activities to commemorate this important date.

This year we have chosen the theme
Metrology for safety, reflecting the importance of obtaining reliable measurement results to ensure we are safe whether at work, rest or play. Just like “metrology”, the term “safety” covers a very wide spectrum of topics but many people are unaware of the vital role played by our worldwide metrology community. Safety is crucially dependent on good metrology. It is our collective responsibility as metrologists to ensure that we have trustworthy measurement results whether to help ensure the reliability of the planes people fly in, the impact resistance of cars, or even the radiation therapy we or others will someday need.

This is the message we must put across to the public, who use and trust in the measurements we make. Across the world, National Metrology Institutes and the National Legal Metrology organizations strive to provide the communities they serve with the expert metrological knowledge that allows our modern high technology world to function reliably and safely.

Let us consider road safety as an example. Some 1.5 million people are killed on the world’s roads each year, an alarming figure which has prompted the UN to declare the
Decade of Action for Road Safety
(2011–2020). A number of OIML Recommendations are particularly relevant to the field of road safety, as they give guidance on a range of instruments which may be subject to legal controls. Some examples are tire pressure gauges, speedometers, radar equipment for the measurement of the speed of vehicles, evidential breath analyzers and automatic instruments for weighing road vehicles.

Taking another example, few members of the public are aware that the BIPM provides comparison and calibration services in the field of ionizing radiation to its Member States' National Metrology Institutes and Designated Institutes, as well as to the World Health Organization / International Atomic Energy Agency (WHO/IAEA) program. Worldwide these BIPM services help to underpin the accuracy of the annual treatment of some seven million patients undergoing radiotherapy, a further 33 million being diagnosed by nuclear medicine, and over 360 million being diagnosed by x-ray. In addition, some 11 million people are monitored for their personal radiation dose because they work with ionizing radiation.

These are just a few examples. Whatever people do, whichever way they turn, although they may not know it, their safety depends on us, the metrology community, doing our job, and doing it well. As the slogan says, our message to the world at large is “We measure for your safety”.

So join us in celebrating World Metrology Day, and help people recognize the contribution of the intergovernmental and national organizations that work throughout the year on their behalf.

(來源:計量論壇http://www.gfjl.org/thread-160561-1-1.html)

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