The BSI are the national standards organization for the UK and an influential member of the ISO. The main objective of the BSI is to publish and proliferate standards and standardisation both domestically and internationally.
British Standards Institute
The BSI was established in London in 1901 as the Engineering Standards Committee, and it was not until some thirty years after its formation that the BSI was granted a Royal Charter and assumed its present name the British Standards Institution. Now, as the BSI, the institution operates globally, and the standards it publishes are regarded as some of the world’s finest examples of standardisation.
4th Annual Energy Management Conference
15th November 2011 | London
In the last 5 years average industrial electricity prices rose by 54%. What is your organisation doing to fight rising energy costs? This conference will demonstrate how implementing an energy management system into your daily practice can help you improve your energy efficiency and reduce your energy costs.
BSI has a range of business continuity management (BCM) standards, books, self-assessment tools, conferences and training which can help ensure your business will continue operating effectively after a critical incident.
BSI Standards are powerful business tools defining all aspects of safety, reliability and quality to help UK businesses operate in global markets. The
use of standards can sends a valuable message to your customers, demonstrating your commitment to product quality and customer service.
Standard means "something that is generally accepted". A British Standard
Publication is a document that has been produced by the BSI as a technical
specification or practice to be used as a guideline for the standard
production of a product, or the carrying out of a process, such as testing
or providing a service.
It is now possible to purchase most BSI BS Standards as a download in PDF
Not all BS standards are available to download. If a BS standard can be
purchased as a download you will see this symbol on the
Standards product page; but if the BS Standard is not available for download
you will see this symbol . If a BS Standard is not
available to download you will need to purchase it as a hard copy by
clicking on the Hard Copy symbol .
The British Standards BSI Kitemark is a registered certification mark owned and operated by the BSI Group. It is one of the most recognised quality and safety symbols in the world and offers true value to both consumers and businesses that adopt the practices needed to gain certification. For manufacturers of items such as crash helmets, the visible confirmation of quality and safety offered by the Kitemark can make the essential difference in consumer purchase consideration.
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