Biography – Gordana Bajić
MSc Gordana Bajić was born on 27 March 1968 in Gacko, where she attended primary and secondary school. She graduated from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Montenegro in Podgorica, majoring in production engineering, in 1995 and acquired the title of Diploma Engineer of Science in Mechanical Engineer. She acquired the title of Master of Technical Sciences in the field of quality management in 2014 at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Montenegro.
Mrs. Bajić started working in the Holding Company “Radoje Dakić” in 1995, where after the internship, she worked as a technologist of structures.
She worked in the company “Jugoimport Mont” Ltd In the period from 1998 to 2008, as expert designer in the Department of Engineering. Her next position was in the Bureau of Metrology.
Since the beginning of her work in the Bureau of Metrology, she has been involved in the establishment and development of the Laboratory for Length and the establishment of quality management system in the Sector for Metrological Traceability and State Standards. In the National Calibration Laboratory for Length, she has been carrying out most complex tasks related to the implementation, storing and maintenance of state standards for length, as well as the establishment of a metrological chain of traceability in the area of length, conducting calibrations of standards and measuring devices and carrying out activities in the area of legal metrology. During her metrological career, she has also participated in the development of procedures for calibration and verification of standards and measuring devices in this area and in the preparation of the laboratory for accreditation according to the rules of European accreditation. As a Team Leader, she has participated in the first interlaboratory comparisons that led to the international recognition of the services that the Laboratory for Length provides to its users.
During her work in the Bureau of Metrology, she specialised in the area of dimensional metrology and other aspects of quality infrastructure that encourage technical, economic and scientific prosperity and provide prerequisites for fair trade. She has cooperated with regional institutions dealing with metrology and accreditation, and by visiting laboratories of the European national metrological bureaus, she has acquired practical and theoretical knowledge necessary for developing the national metrological system in compliance with the rules of regional and international metrological organisations. She has attended training courses and seminars in the areas related to the area of legal metrology and the application of the legal units of measurement system in Montenegro.
She has participated in the work of Working Groups composed for drafting of the Regulation on legal measuring instruments that are subject to mandatory verification or type approval of the measuring instrument, the Regulation on the amount and manner of payment of fees in the field of metrology, the Rulebook on technical and metrological requirements for measuring devices and systems with measurement function, Rulebook on technical and metrological requirements and the procedure for authorization of persons for the preparation of taximeters for verification, Rulebook on deadlines for calibration of measurement standards used for verification of legal measuring instruments, Rulebook on metrological requirements for speed measuring instruments for moving vehicles, Rulebook on intervals for periodic verification of legal measuring instruments and other bylaws.
Mrs. Bajić has participated in projects on the development of metrology and quality infrastructure funded by the European Union in Montenegro: “Development of quality infrastructure in Montenegro”(IPA 2007) and “Development of quality infrastructure and metrology in Montenegro” (IPA 2011), the backbone of the development of national calibration laboratories through which valuable metrological equipment and technical assistance for staff training and education have been provided to Montenegro.
She is an active participant in the accreditation process of the Bureau of Metrology according to standard MEST EN ISO IEC 17025:2018 by internationally recognised accreditation bodies. She has participated in a number of other projects, most of which organised by the European Association of National Metrology Institutes (EURAMET):
- EURAMET project 1265 – Peer review of quality management system of Montenegrin Bureau of Metrology (MBM);
- EURAMET project 1208 – Peer visits and reviews of QMSs in BIM, MBM, IMBIH, LATMB, BoM and DMDM; 2013.
- EURAMET project 1283 – Proficiency Testing – “Calibration of gauge blocks by mechanical comparison from 0,5 mm to 100 mm”;
- EURAMET project 1254, L-S22 “Supplementary comparison L.S22 – Calibration of gauge blocks by mechanical comparison from 0,5 mm to 100 mm”; 2013.
- EURAMET project 1410 L-K4.2015 “Calibration of diameter standards EURAMET Capacity building Project”: EURAMET TC-L “Training on Calibration of long gauge blocks (125 mm to 500 mm) by mechanical comparison and Calibration of measuring tapes and rulers”, Podgorica 2018;
- EURAMET project 1433, EURAMET.L-S27 “Measurement of Steel Tapes of 10 m and 50 m”
- 18RPT01-RMG01 – “Traceability for contact probe and stylus instrument measurements”
Between 2013 and 20 October 2021, she was the representative of Montenegro, i.e. the Bureau of Metrology in the EURAMET Technical Committee for Length (TC-L).
Since 25 October 2021, she has been the representative of the Department of Metrology in the EURAMET Technical Committee for Interdisciplinary Metrology (TC-IM).
In March 2021, she was appointed a representative of the Bureau of Metrology in the Coordination Committee for Quality of the Chamber of Commerce of Montenegro.
By the decision on the appointment of the Council for the Award of Trademark “Good from Montenegro” she was elected a member of this body of the Chamber of Commerce of Montenegro in March 2021.
On behalf of the Department of Metrology, he is a member of the Quality Management Group at the RESP Regional School of Public Administration.
She is married, and mother of three children.
MSc Gordana Bajić
Biography – Goran Vukoslavović
Goran Vukoslavović was born on 30 August 1961 in Nikšić. He attended primary and secondary school in Podgorica, PS “Milorad Musa Burzan” and Grammar School “Slobodan Škerović”, where he acquired the diploma “Assistant Researcher in Physics” in 1980.
In 1981, he began his studies at the University of Montenegro – Faculty of Electrical Engineering, majoring in electronics, and completed his studies in 1986, acquiring a degree in electrical engineering – electronics, VII degree.
He has spent his entire professional life in the field of metrology. Since 15 January 1987 he has been employed at the Federal Bureau for Measures and Precious Metals – Control of Measures and Precious Metals, Podgorica, where he carried out professional tasks in the area of metrology as a metrologist – advisor.
Since July 2006, he has been employed at the Bureau of Metrology in Podgorica. He is currently at the position of Assistant Director, Head of the Department for Metrological Traceability and State Standards.
He speaks English and French. He has participated in and attended numerous domestic and international training courses, seminars and committees in the area of metrology and quality management.
He is married, and father of two children.
Goran Vukoslavović, BSc in
Biography – Zoran Ćetković
Zoran Ćetković was born in 1966 in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where he completed secondary school for the profession of electrician-power technician, IV degree composite profession. He acquired the title of Diploma Engineer of Science in Electrical Engineering – Power Engineering, VII degree, at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture in Split, Croatia, in 1991.
After the graduation, he worked as a professor of electrical engineering, then went to Germany, working in different positions within and outside of his primary vocation. In 1998, he came back to Montenegro, his fatherland, starting life from the beginning and creating conditions for future life.
Between 2003 and June 2006, he was employed in the Bureau for Measures and Precious Metals, as the head of the Metrological Development Department. Since July 2006, he has been employed in the area of metrology of Montenegro, i.e. the Bureau of Metrology in Podgorica, and is currently at the position of Assistant Director, head of the Sector for Verification of Measuring Instruments.
He acquired Master Degree in Technical Sciences in June 2012 at the University of Montenegro, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Podgorica, majoring in quality management.
He has more than fifteen years of experience in the area of metrology, speaks English, German and Italian. He has attended numerous national and international training courses, seminars, workshops and committees in the area of metrology and quality management, and published papers in this area in national and international journals on quality.
He is a passionate lover of nature, old and rare items, motorcycles, as well as of making unique handicrafts.
MSc Zoran Ćetković