|The Conference meets every four years and is composed of representatives of the Member States|
The International Conference on Legal Metrology is the highest decision-making body in the Organization. It is composed of representatives of the Member States. In principle one of the members of the delegation should be a representative of the National Legal Metrology Authority.
In addition, Corresponding Members may attend the Conference as observers, and Organizations in liaison may also be invited to attend as observers.
The Conference meets every four years. Typical decisions of the Conference are
For Conference decisions to be valid, the following voting rules apply:
Member States are morally obliged to implement the decisions of the Conference (see Article VIII of the OIML Convention).