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2012世界计量日国际计量局和国际法制计量组织局长的致辞
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各位同事:        为纪念1875年米制公约的签署,每年5月20日,国际计量界都组织庆祝世界计量日活动。作为两个国际计量机构(国际计量局和国际法制计量组织)的领导人,我们此次联合庆祝世界计量日的目的,是为了提高我们对计量在我们生活方方面面重要作用的认识。因此我们得以借此机会向与计量行业息息相关的各位宣讲,并邀请你们加入庆祝这个重要日子的活动。        今年,我们选择“计量与安全”作为活动主题,体现了获得可靠的测量结果以确保我们在工作、休息和娱乐的安全的重要性。与“计量”这个词一样,尽管“安全”一词涵盖了非常广泛的主题,然而许多人仍不了解世界计量界扮演的重要角色。安全的水平取决于计量的水平。确保飞机的可靠性实验、汽车的碰撞安全性实验、放疗的剂量水平等等这些测量结果的真实可信,是我们计量学家的集体责任。        这就是我们必须告知那些使用和信任我们测量方法的公众们的内容。在世界各地,国家计量院和国家法定计量检定机构推广专业的计量知识,使我们能在现代高科技的环境下安全可靠的进行计量工作。        以道路安全为例。全世界每年死于道路安全问题的人大约150万。这一惊人的数字促使联合国宣布开展为期十年(2011~2020)的道路安全行动。许多OIML建议都与道路安全有关。它们为一些法定管理的计量设备提供了技术指南。例如胎压表、时速表、测速雷达、呼出式酒精分析仪、自动汽车衡等。        另一个例子少有人知。国际计量局在电离辐射领域为其成员国的国家计量院和诊疗机构,同时也包括世界卫生组织和国际原子能机构提供比对和校准服务计划。全球每年有约700万患者定期接受放射性治疗,超过3300万患者接受核医学诊断,接受X射线诊断的则超过3亿6千万人。此外还有1千1百万人从事电离辐射工作需要监控个人辐射剂量。得益于国际计量局在世界范围内的这些服务,上述辐射剂量得以准确安全。        这里只是几个例子。无论人们做哪一行,无论人们走哪一条路,尽管他们没有意识到,他们的安全系于我们,我们计量人。我们要尽心竭力做好本职工作。正如我们向世界宣扬的的口号:“为你的安全而计量”。        那么就赶快加入我们庆祝世界计量日的队伍吧。帮助人们认识到政府间组织和国家组织全年的工作和贡献。原文http://www.worldmetrologyday.org/directors_message.htmlMessage from the Directors of the BIPM and the BIMLParis, 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 celebratesWorld 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 themeMetrology 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 theDecade 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.
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