In part five of this series, we discussed forming an industry consortium as another means to develop a test method. In this part, we’ll discuss what you can do when the standards community disagrees with your proposed method.
One course of action available to you is to promote awareness of test methodology by publication in peer-reviewed journals. The development of a publication portfolio can help to validate the methods you have developed and will allow industry peers to confirm your practices. This can help everyone come to a consensus on the best way to move forward.
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