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 May 2005 Tech News

Committee on Sensory Evaluation Launches Work on Proposed Proficiency Guide

ASTM Committee E18 on Sensory Evaluation of Materials and Products is currently working on a proposed new standard that outlines the experience and education necessary to become a sensory professional. The proposed standard, WK7661, is tentatively titled Guide for Sensory Proficiency, and is under the jurisdiction of Subcommittee E18.05 on Sensory Applications — General.

According to Carolyn Corbett, CSS/Datatelligence, the proposed standard will cover education requirements (including continuing education), as well as a list of items a sensory professional should understand. Corbett says that the proposed standard will be a guide for sensory professionals, as well as for companies that need to hire sensory professionals.

CONTACT:
Technical Information:
Carolyn Corbett, vice president, sensory, CSS/Datatelligence, Ormond Beach, Fla.
Phone: 386/677-5644, ex. 225

ASTM staff: Scott Orthey
Phone: 610/832-9730

Upcoming Meeting: Oct. 23-28,
E18 October meeting, Washington, D.C.

 
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