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  • BSI Standards Book Catalogue 2013 BSI’s essential guide to books, CD-ROMs and online products BSI Brand styleguide. Guidelines | Version 2.0 | October 2012 Version 2.0 | October 2012 BSI Brand Guid
  • To order please call BSI Customer Services on +44 (0)20 8996 9001 P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 2 ICT3 ITSM3 Electronic Cabling  4 TickITplus5 Information Governance 6 Information Security  6 Data Protection  9 Records Management  10 Evidential Weight and Legal Admissibility  11 Universal Decimal Classification (UDC)  12 Management13 Management Systems 13 Quality Management  14 Auditing and Conformity 15 Business Continuity Management 16 Risk Management 18 Sustainability19 Sustainable Development and CSR 19 Environmental Management 20 Energy Management 24 Food Safety 24 Health & Safety 26 Fire28 Construction and Eurocodes 29 Manufacturing and Services 33 Healthcare39 Contents BSI publishes more than just standards. We publish a wide range of business-related books, CD-ROMs and electronic products explaining and interpreting business issues and standards, written by qualified, respected industry experts. Our portfolio of publications and products is about improving systems, applications and processes in business, trade and industry, public and private sectors. The emphasis is firmly on the application of best practice in all sectors of the working environment. Take a look through the catalogue to see the wide range of areas in which we publish. Visit our website All our products are available to order through the BSI shop shop.bsigroup.com Copyright and Licensing Copyright subsists in all BSI publications. BSI also holds the copyright, in the UK, of the publications of the international standardization bodies. Except as permitted under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 no extract may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means – electronic, photocopying, recording or otherwise – without prior written permission from BSI. For all rights enquiries, permissions requests, or for the reproduction of any BSI copyright material please contact copyright@bsigroup.com or +44 (0)208 996 7070 Welcome to the BSI Standards Book Catalogue 2013
  • shop.bsigroup.com P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 3 Manufacturing & Services HealthcareConstruction & Eurocodes FireHealth & SafetySustainabilityManagementInformation Governance ICT ITSM A Manager’s Guide to Service Management Jenny Dugmore and Shirley Lacy The aim of this 6th edition is to give a broader-based picture of the most important service management best practices, how they relate and how they can (or cannot) be used together. The managers’ guide provides a basic introduction on how service management best practices and standards can help a service provider to deliver services that add value for customers at the right cost and risk. It describes service management concepts (why and what) and the broader service management landscape. ‘This is an excellent book for a management understanding of the synergies between ITIL, ISO/ IEC 20000 and CoBiT for service management’ – Anthony Orr, Director in CTO office, BMC Software, Inc. • A5 • 148 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2011 • ISBN 13 978 0 580 72845 7 • BIP order ref BIP 0005 • Published by BSI Price £48   ITSM Workbook 4th Edition Jenny Dugmore This workbook will help organizations assess the effectiveness of their best practice processes for service management. By using the workbook, organizations can get a clear understanding of how they should improve their service management system, including service management. The workbook can also be used to assess how service management compares with ISO/IEC 20000-1:2012. It includes a general introduction to the standard and how to conduct an assessment or internal audit. It covers each clause and process in the standard: • A4 Ringbound • 92 pages • Hardcopy • 2012 • ISBN 13 978 0 580 78247 3 • BSI order ref BIP 0015 • Published by BSI/ Connectsphere Price £60   Introduction to the ISO/IEC 20000 Series: IT Service Management Jenny Dugmore and Shirley Lacy The book forms an in-depth guide to the 2nd edition of ISO/ IEC 20000-1. It provides easily understood advice on “what the requirements mean”, “how to do it” and “what evidence will be required”, and explains and expands on Part 1 of the standard. The book includes a road map to the second edition and how it fits in the bigger picture for best practices. It describes scope definition, building a service management system, establish integrated processes, delivery of high quality service and keeping customers happy. The book includes advice on operating a continual improvement cycle; support for understanding “who does what”, and evidence for audits and use of other service management frameworks adds to the value provided by the books. It draws on material from the rest of the five part 20000 series. ‘An outstanding book from the world’s foremost authority on the ISO 20000 standard. As a companion to applying the standard, this guide is a must for Service Providers’ – Sharon Taylor, President, Aspect Group Inc • Royal Octavo • 216 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2011 • ISBN 978 0 580 72846 4 • BSI order ref BIP 0125 • Published by BSI Price £48   ITSM, ITIL & ISO/IEC 20000 Implementation Toolkit Jenny Dugmore The ‘ITSM, ITIL & ISO/IEC 20000 Implementation Toolkit’ bridges a gap in the market by making IT Service Management easier to implement and improve. It makes an ITIL application and ISO/IEC 20000 certification easily achievable, especially for those service providers who are required to do so by their customers and Governments. This toolkit is completely up-to-date with the latest editions of ITIL 2011 and ISO/IEC 20000:2011. • Ensures a trouble-free and rapid deployment; • Helps avoid costly trial-and-error dead-ends; • Provides users with effective management, process and procedure documentation; • Ensures everything is covered by using current ITIL best practices; • Provides the user with effective management, process and procedure documentation; • 12 months of updates and improvements, at no cost to user; • Free support service offers answers within 24 hours • CD • 2012 • ISBN 978 0 580 77691 5 • BSI order ref BIP 0132 • Published by ITGovernance Price £495
  • To order please call BSI Customer Services on +44 (0)20 8996 9001 P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 4 ITSM – Electronic Cabling The IT Service Management Collection This collection includes the following standards and books: BS ISO/IEC 20000-1:2011, Information technology. Service management part 1: Service management system requirements BS ISO/IEC 20000-2:2012, Information technology. Service management part 2. Guidance on the application of service management systems A Manager’s Guide to Service Management 6th edition A Guide to the new ISO/IEC 20000-1: The diA Guide to the new ISO/IEC 20000-1: The differences between the 2005 and 2011 editions Introduction to the ISO/IEC 20000 series: IT Service Management PDF IT Service Management Collection: ISO 20000-1, ISO 20000-2, BIP 005, BIP 0124, BIP 0125 Understanding the risks an organization faces is critical to being able to effectively protect the assets of the organization. Assessing the risks and identifying the level of risk helps management to make the right decisions as to how much information security is needed to protect their assets. ISO/IEC 27001 is the globally successful information security management system standard that is used by organizations around the world to protect their assets and manage their risks. Assessing the risks is one of the key processes of ISO/IEC 27001 and to support this process the standard ISO/IEC 27005 provides guidance on how to go about carrying out a risk assessment. Further practical advice and help on risk assessment is also contained in the ISO/IEC 27001 risk management book ‘Information Security Risk Management: Handbook for ISO/IEC 27001’. • PDF • 295 pages • 2012 • ISBN 978 0 580 78845 1 • BIP order ref BIP 0134 • Published by BSI Price £184. Member price £108 IT Service Management for Small IT Teams Adam Poppleton and Ken Holmes Using ISO/IEC 20000 as a guide, this book directs the reader in a concise way as to the important areas of the standard from which an SME /Small IT unit will gain most benefit. It provides a straightforward, easy to follow route map to gaining a ‘wide and thin’ approach to ITSM, making the most of limited resources, so that its benefits are effective in a short timeframe. The ITIL volumes and other guidance, as well as the standard are quite lengthy to read, whereas this book aims to be a short to read and quick to implement guide. The text is supported by examples and vignettes of ‘real world’ problems and scenarios, to support the user. ‘An excellent publication that will enable small IT operations to punch above their weight and become more efficient and effective, without costing the earth’ – Steve Ingall, Head of Consultancy, iCore Ltd • Royal Octavo • 187 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2011 • ISBN 13 978 0 580 74254 5 • BSI order ref BIP 0129 • Published by BSI Price £35 A Guide to the new ISO/IEC 20000-1: The differences between the 2005 and the 2011 editions Lynda Cooper ISO/IEC 20000-1 contains requirements for service management. This standard started life as BS15000, and became an international standard in 2005. The standard is very popular across the world. The 2011 edition has been developed by the ISO/IEC committee responsible for this standard. The new edition will be substantially changed from the original edition published in 2005. The changes will impact any organizations which are already certified to this standard, those who are working towards certification. It will also impact those who use the standard as guidance as well as auditors, trainers and consultants who use the standard for their customers. This book will explain why the changes have been made, what the changes are and how to move to the latest edition. It will also cover the relationship of the standard to other standards. Also available with BS ISO 20000-1 • A4 • 54/92 (inc standard) • Hardcopy and PDF • 2011 • ISBN 13 978 0 580 72850 1/ 13 978 0 580 76551 3 (inc standard) • 0124/0130 (inc standard) • Published by BSI Price £36/£109/£69 Members (inc standard) Telecommunications Cabling: Guidance on Standards and Best Practice for Construction Projects Mike Gilmore and Mani Manivannan Whether small-, medium- or large-scale construction, new build or upgrade; whether cabling has to last for a short-term purpose or be in service over many years, making the right decisions will affect the way an investment works and how the end users experience service delivery as a network or applications experience. This book demystifies the process of specifying and implementing structured cabling standards. It is the first book to map out the issues, highlight the risk areas and offer guidance to those in the industry. This informative publication communicates effectively the challenges, complexities, and techniques used, in planning and implementation of modern telecommunications cabling infrastructures, to construction and telecommunications professionals, and key stakeholders. It is an excellent point of reference for professionals of all levels’ – Graham Kenyon, Project Manager & Principal Engineer, Ultra Electronics Airport Systems. • A5 • 154 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2012 • ISBN 13 978 0 580 75607 8 • BSI order ref BIP 0123 • Published by BSI Price £35
  • shop.bsigroup.com P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 5 Manufacturing & Services HealthcareConstruction & Eurocodes FireHealth & SafetySustainabilityManagementInformation Governance ICT TickITplus Base Process Library vs 1.1.2 At the heart of the TickITplus scheme is a process model called the Base Process Library (BPL). It will provide a complete set of forty TickITplus processes from which an organization will make their selection. • A4 • 60 pages • PDF • 2012 • ISBN 978 0 580 78714 0 • Published by BSI Price £135 Base Process Library TickITplus Version 1.1.2 Word Edition Software and IT Quality Management and Certification ISO 9001 ISO/IEC 20000 ISO/IEC 27001 ISO/IEC 25030 ISO/IEC 15504 ISO/IEC 12207 ISO/IEC 15288 Base Process Library vs 1.1.2 Word CD The Base Process Library is also available as a CD Word document, which includes a license allowing users to reproduce the material contained in this product within internal working documents and for developing a TickITplus process assessment or reference model PAM/PRM. • A4 • 60 pages • CD • 2012 • ISBN 978 0 580 76868 2 • Published by BSI Price £400 Core Scheme Requirements vs 1.1.1 Dave Wynn This document specifies the Core Scheme Requirements for undertaking an accredited TickITplus Assessment which satisfies the ISO 17021 audit requirements and follows the principles of ISO 15504-2 for conducting capability assessments. • A4 • 76 pages • PDF • 2012 • ISBN 978 0 580 76612 1 • Published by BSI Price £65 Kick Start Guide Dave Wynn A general introduction providing a brief background to the scheme and the basic concepts. • A4 • 20 pages • PDF • 2012 • ISBN 978 0 580 74632 1 • Published by BSI Price £15 TickITplus is more than a certification scheme for software development. It offers a flexible, multi-level approach to IT quality and certification assessment at whatever level you need to improve performance and achieve complete customer satisfaction. It aims to address multiple IT standards under one certification assessment. Learn more about TickITplus here http://shop.bsigroup.com/en/Browse-By-Subject/ICT/TickIT-PLUS/ The essential documentation of the TickITplus scheme includes:
  • To order please call BSI Customer Services on +44 (0)20 8996 9001 P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 6 TickITplus – Information Security BPL Guidance Dave Wynn and Peter Lawrence A general introduction providing a brief background to the scheme and the basic concepts. • A4 • 144 pages • PDF • 2012 • ISBN 978 0 580 78381 4 • Published by BSI Price £70 Requirements for Training and Examinations Folke Nillson Defines the criteria for training courses and the examination coverage. • A4 • 29 pages • PDF • 2011 • ISBN 978 0 580 75412 8 • Published by BSI Free download Requirements for Assessors and Practitioners Folke Nillson Sets out the regulations and requirements for qualifying in these grades. • A4 • 51 pages • PDF • 2011 • ISBN 978 0 580 74975 9 • Published by BSI Free download   Guidelines on Requirements and Preparation for ISMS Certification based on ISO/IEC 27001 Second Edition Edward Humphreys and Bridget Kenyon • Revised in line with the new edition of ISO/IEC 27001, the book provides guidance on the requirements specified in the ISMS standard ISO/IEC 27001:2013 and the best practice described in ISO/IEC 27002:2014 to support the appropriate use of these standards. • It gives guidance on the complete “life cycle” of ISMS processes and activities required to establish, implement, monitor and continually improve a set of management controls and processes to achieve effective information security. • It explains the transition from the old to the new edition and this will help those involved in certification audits, both ISMS implementers and ISMS auditors. • It also includes new references and definitions, and additional information about the latest developments of ISO/IEC 27001 related standards. • Royal Octavo • 174 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2013 • ISBN 978 0 580 82912 3 • BSI order ref BIP 0071 • Published by BSI Price £55
  • shop.bsigroup.com P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 7 Manufacturing & Services HealthcareConstruction & Eurocodes FireHealth & SafetySustainabilityManagementInformation Governance ICT Information Security   Are you ready for an ISMS Audit based on ISO/IEC 27001? 2nd Edition Edward Humphreys and Angelika Plate • This book provides user guidance on getting ready and prepared for an ISMS certification audit based on ISO/IEC 27001. • It is based on the new edition of ISO/IEC 27001, ISO/IEC 27006 and ISO 27007. • This guidance is especially important to those organisations that have an interest in ISMS (information security management system) certification and is essential reading to those organisations that already have a certified ISMS against the previous edition or those organisations that are about embark on the process of certification. • It gives guidance on the complete “life cycle” of ISMS processes and activities required to establish, implement, monitor and continually improve a set of management controls and processes to achieve effective information security. • It will help those organisations involved in certification audits understand the transition from the old to the new editions of ISO/ IEC 27001 and ISO/IEC 27002; • The new edition includes new references and definitions. • Royal Octavo • 174 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2013 • ISBN 978 0 580 82913 0 • BSI order ref BIP 0072 • Published by BSI Price £55   Guide to the Implementation and Auditing of ISMS Controls based on ISO/IEC 27001 2nd Edition Edward Humphreys and Bridget Kenyon • The book provides guidance on the implementation of ISMS (Information Security Management Systems) control requirements for auditing existing control implementations, to help organizations preparing for certification in accordance with requirements specified in ISO/IEC 27001:2013 Information security management system (ISMS) – Requirements. • It includes the definitive requirements that auditors must address when certifying organizations to the 2nd edition of ISO/IEC 27001:2013 and will provide guidance on the implementation, checking and auditing of the controls. • The guide discusses each of the controls of the standard from two different viewpoints – implementation guidance and auditing guidance • Fully updated in line with the revised standard, it also includes new references and definitions. • Royal Octavo • Hardcopy and PDF • 174 pages • 2013 • ISBN 978 0 580 82910 9 • BSI order ref BIP 0073 • Published by BSI Price £56 Measuring the effectiveness of your ISMS implementations based on ISO/IEC 27001 Ted Humphreys & Angelika Plate As international interest in the field of ISMS metrics and measurements increases, this publication brings together the different methods currently used to measure controls and/or processes. In addition it offers further information and guidance about the various methods to measure the success of the security arrangements in place. • A4 • Hardcopy and PDF • 68 pages • 2006 • ISBN 0 580 46015 0 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 46015 9 • BSI order ref BIP 0074 • Published by BSI Price £36.50   Security Information and Event Management: A Practical Guide Robert Christian • Security Information and Event Management solutions are a combination of the formerly disparate product categories of SIM (security information management) and SEM (security event management). • SIEM technology provides real- time analysis of security alerts generated by network hardware and applications. • The objective is to help companies respond to attacks faster and organize mountains of log data. SIEM solutions come as software, appliances or managed services. • Increasingly, SIEM solutions are being used to log security data and generate reports for compliance purposes. • This will be a comprehensive guide to SIEM, covering how to select, implement and operate such technology efficiently. • The book will reference existing BS and ISO standards in the 27000 family, including the upcoming ISO standard on SIEM. • This is a hot-topic area with little formal guidance available. • Royal Octavo • Hardcopy and PDF • 159 pages • 2013 • ISBN 978 0 580 79916 7 • BSI order ref BIP 0136 • Published by BSI Price £53.50
  • To order please call BSI Customer Services on +44 (0)20 8996 9001 P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 8 Information Security   An Introduction to ISO 27001:2013 David Brewer • This book serves as a basic introduction to ISO/IEC 27001:2012, and a straight- forward guide to implementation. • This will be a simple to understand ‘pocket guide’ packed with useful how-to information • The guidance will be applicable to a wide range of differing ISMS implementations appropriate to SMEs as well as much larger organisations • The book will also include a practical, easy to use assessment/ risk treatment method that delivers results directly expressed in business meaningful terms (i.e. the likelihood that information security events occur and their probable consequences). • No prior knowledge of ISO/IEC 27001 or management systems is assumed. • Royal Octavo • Hardcopy and PDF • 96 pages • 2013 • ISBN 978 0 580 82165 3 • BSI order ref BIP 0139 • Published by BSI Price £27.00 Managing Security in Outsourced and Offshored Environments: How to safeguard intellectual assets in a virtual business world David Lacey The book sets out guidance, learning points, best practices and critical success factors associated with managing the security risks associated with outsourcing and off-shoring of IT and business services. The content is presented in an accessible language and structured in a logical sequence reflecting the life-cycle of outsourcing, from inception through definition, selection, negotiation, implementation and ongoing management of outsourced services. The book focuses on the critical “softer” management issues, such as strategy, risk assessment and relationship management, which ultimately determine the success of a major outsourcing programme. ‘An interesting and informative read on an extremely important, topical subject’ – Professor Fred Piper, Information Security Group, Royal Holloway, University of London • Royal Octavo • Hardcopy and PDF • 188 pages • 2010 • ISBN 978 0 580 68701 3 • BSI order ref BIP 0116 • Published by BSI Price £32 Cloud Computing: A Practical Introduction to the Legal Issues Renzo Marchini Much is being said about cloud computing, and in particular the benefits (both economic and environmental) and the risks. But how are those involved in buying IT to judge the legal issues which arise, and how can contracts maximise the advantages and minimise the disadvantages? How can cloud service providers address the customer’s legal concerns so that the proposition remains viable for the customer and their own business? This book introduces cloud computing (briefly) for those new to the concept, comparing the development of this new computing paradigm to other ways of buying computing resource. It explores the legal issues, covering such areas as security in the cloud, data protection, service levels, and contractual issues. It provides a practical resource for those involved in buying or providing cloud services. ‘Cloud Computing has brought about a lot of change, movement into the unknown and risks – particularly legal risks – are playing into people’s fears and concerns. This book makes an important contribution to bringing some much needed clarity to the subject’ – Dervish Tayyip, Head of UK Legal, Microsoft UK Royal Octavo • Hardcopy and PDF • 166 pages • 2010 • ISBN 13 978 0 580 70322 5 • BSI order ref BIP 0117 • Published by BSI Price £30 EdwardHumphreysInformationSecurityRiskManagementHandbookforISO/IEC27001 BSI order ref: BIP 0076 BSI Group Headquarters 389 Chiswick High Road London W4 4AL www.bsigroup.com The British Standards InstitutionThe British Standards Institution is incorporated by Royal Charter The focus of this book is based around the concept of having an information security management system (ISMS) as a framework for achieving effective management of information security risks. International standard ISO/IEC 27001 is a world-recognised standard for establishing, implementing, monitoring, reviewing, updating and improving an ISMS. ISO/IEC 27005 is an ISMS risk management standard that supports the implementation of ISO/IEC 27001. This book is aimed at those business managers and stais aimed at those business managers and staff involved in ISMS risk management activities. It is a practical handbook for the use and application of ISO/IEC 27005. It provides guidance and advice to specifically support the implementation of those requirements specified in ISO/IEC 27001:2005 that relate to risk management processes and associated activities. Edward Humphreys (Chartered Fellow of the BCS - FBCS CITP, CISM) has been providing information security management and risk management consultancy services around the world for more than 35 years. During this time he has worked for major international companies and governments (in Europe, North America and Asia), as well organisations such as the European Commission, ENISA and the OECD. He is the editor of BS 7799 Part 1:1999, ISO/IEC 17799:2000, the 1999 and 2002 editions of BS 7799 Part 2 the ISMS standard and the EA1999 and 2002 editions of BS 7799 Part 2 the ISMS standard and the EA 7/03 the ISMS accreditation guidelines (which has now become ISO/IEC 27006). He is the Founder and Director of the ISMS International User Group and is responsible for the International Register of BS 7799/ISMS Certificates. In 2002 he was honoured with the Secure Computing Lifetime Achievement Award for his work on ISMS standards and certification. He has international recognition as the ‘father’ of the ISO/IEC 27000 family of ISMS standards.ISO/IEC 27000 family of ISMS standards. Edward Humphreys Information Security Risk Management Handbook for ISO/IEC 27001 Information Security Risk Management Edward Humphreys The focus of this book is based around the concept of having an information security management system (ISMS) as a framework for achieving the effective management of information security risks. International standard ISO/IEC 27001 is a world recognised standard for establishing, implementing, monitoring and reviewing, updating and improving an ISMS. ISO/IEC 27005 is an ISMS risk management standard that supports the implementation of ISO/IEC 27001. This book is aimed at those business managers and staff involved in ISMS risk management activities. It is a practical handbook for the use and application of ISO/IEC 27005. It provides guidance and advice to specifically support the implementation of those requirements specified in ISO/IEC 27001:2005 that relate to risk management processes and associated activities. • Royal Octavo • Hardcopy and PDF • 156 pages • 2010 • ISBN 13 978 0 580 60745 5 • BSI order ref BIP 0076 • Published by BSI Price £40
  • Information Security – Data Protection bsigroup.com/shop P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 9 Manufacturing and Services HealthcareConstructionFireHealth & SafetySustainabilityManagementInformation Governance ICT The complete ISMS Documentation Toolkit CD-ROM and book. A Manager’s Guide to Data Security and ISO 27001/ISO 27002 Alan Calder and Steve Watkins BIP 0026 is a vital reference guide for anyone who needs to design and implement an effective information security management system (ISMS). This book sets out clear, unique guidelines for both technical and non-technical managers and demonstrates how to build an ISMS that complies with ISO 27001. BIP 0026 takes an in-depth look at all aspects of data protection and information security – including hackers, online fraud, privacy regulations, computer misuse and investigatory powers. It also covers the Turnbull Report, Combined Code, Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the latest IT regulations. It presents best practice models for information security policies, as well as a statement of applicability. It includes a pre-written information security manual and risk assessment tool, and helps organisations to implement an efficient business continuity plan. Other topics include a service level agreement template, 120 pre- written policies, procedures and templates, plus internal audit and CAPA documentation. • Hardcopy book and CD • 2008 • BSI order ref BIP 0026 • Published by IT Governance Price £555 + VAT Information Security Management Systems (ISMS) Risk Collection This collection includes the following standards and book: BS ISO/IEC 27001:2005 Information security. Security techniques. Information security management systems. Requirements BS ISO/IEC 27005: 2011 Information security. Security techniques. Information security risk management Information Security Risk Management: Handbook for ISO/IEC 27001 PDF Collection Information Security Management Systems (ISMS Risk Collection): ISO 27001, ISO 27005, BIP 0076 Understanding the risks an organization faces is critical to being able to effectively protect the assets of the organization. Assessing the risks and identifying the level of risk helps management to make the right decisions as to how much information security is needed to protect their assets. ISO/IEC 27001 is the globally successful information security management system standard that is used by organizations around the world to protect their assets and manage their risks. Assessing the risks is one of the key processes of ISO/IEC 27001 and to support this process the standard ISO/IEC 27005 provides guidance on how to go about carrying out a risk assessment. Further practical advice and help on risk assessment is also contained in the ISO/IEC 27001 risk management book ‘Information Security Risk Management: Handbook for ISO/IEC 27001’. • PDF • 851 pages • 2012 • ISBN 978 0 580 78846 8 • BSI order ref BIP 0133 • Published by BSI Price £282. Member price £194 Data Protection Pocket Guide Essential Facts at Your Fingertips Second Edition DataProtectionPocketGuideEssentialFactsatYourFingertipsSecondEditionNFJMcKilligan NHEPowell Data Protection Pocket Guide Essential Facts at Your Fingertips Second Edition NFJ McKilligan NHE Powell The Data ProtectionThe Data Protection Act 1998 places legal requirements on organizations that process personal information and imposes severe penalties for non-compliance. The Data Protection Pocket Guide is a user-friendly guide, packed with practical advice on common situations that a busy professional might experience in their organization, whatever the size or sector. Real-life case studies bring the subject to life and provide useful material for an organization’s training and awareness programme. This revised edition explains how businesses can implement the new BritishThis revised edition explains how businesses can implement the new British Standard on Data Protection, BS 10012:2009, to evidence their compliance. It also includes new guidance on operating CCTV systems, and the use of social networks such as Facebook for business purposes. Comments on first edition: ‘This is a very good piece of work. It is comprehensive and reads easil‘This is a very good piece of work. It is comprehensive and reads easily. The clear non-technical style reflects what we are seeking to produce in our own revised guidance.’ [Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)] ‘This is a pocket battleship of basic data protection information with which all information security professionals should be familiar when advising or employed in organizations.’ [ISSG Magazine, Information Security Specialist Group of the British Computer Society] BSI order ref BIP 0050 BSIBSI Group Headquarters 389 Chiswick High Road London W4 4AL www.bsigroup.com Data Protection Pocket Guide: Essential facts at your fingertips 2nd  edition Nicola McKilligan and Naomi Powell Data Protection Pocket Guide is a user-friendly guide for anyone who needs to know about the issues involved in data protection. This new edition reflects all the changes that necessitated the publication of BS 10012:2009, including a new chapter on operating CCTV and guidance on modern dilemmas such as using social networks like Facebook and YouTube for business purposes. All the case studies have been updated to reflect current issues and troubleshooting sections give practical advice on what to do in common situations that a busy professional may experience, whatever the size or sector. Real‑life case studies bring the subject to life and provide useful material for an organization’s training and awareness programme. ‘This is a pocket battleship of basic data protection information with which all information security professionals should be familiar when advising or employed in organizations.’ – ISSG Magazine, Information Security Specialist Group of the British Computer Society • Royal Octavo • Hardcopy and PDF • 124 pages • 2009 • ISBN 13 978 0 580 44437 1 • BSI order ref BIP 0050 • Published by BSI Price £31.50 Data protection: Guidelines for the use of personal data in system testing Second edition Louise Wiseman Jenny Gordon Data Protection: Guidelines for the use of personal data in system testing. Second Edition Louise Wiseman and Jenny Gordon • This book shows the importance of integrating testing guidelines into an organization’s overall ‘governance’ structure, so it is embedded in day-to-day business practice rather than something that takes special effort when testing needs to be carried out. • The authors have included templates that can be used straight off the page, making it easy to apply the guidance in practice. • Additionally, there are more template-style examples, such as an example of a testing policy and of a testing approval form. It is also timeless – the basic guidance will remain solid and relevant even as technology and business practice move on. • A4 • Hardcopy and PDF • 54 pages • 2009 • ISBN 13 978 0 580 66437 3 • BSI order ref BIP 0002 • Published by BSI Price £78
  • To order please call BSI Customer Services on +44 (0)20 8996 9001 P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 10 Data Protection – Records Management   Data Protection Online Tool www.bsigroup.com/DPOnline The new BSI Data Protection Online tool can help you ensure your PIMS meets the requirements of the standard, access a library of updated guidance and relevant case studies. The tool will cross-reference BS 10012:2009 and the value‑added commissioned help text and guidance for each question in the self-assessment. Monthly updates to the guidance and case studies ensure that you are always referencing the most current legal practices. “…Information can have great value as an organizational asset but can be a toxic liability if not handled properly…” UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) Annual Report 2007/08 • Online tool • 2010 • Published by BSI Price £495 + VAT for a single user for one year Records Management Collection CD These publications will assist organizations wishing to introduce best practice for the management of records and information; manage records for quality initiatives (ISO 9001, EFQM); and manage records for legal and regulatory compliance, including compliance with the code of practice under section 46 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. The CD contains: BS ISO 15489-1:2001 (Information and documentation. Records management, General); PD ISO/TR 15489-2:2001 (Information and documentation. Records management, Guidelines); BIP 0025-1; BIP 0025-2; BIP 0025-3 & BIP 0025-4 • CD-ROM • 2007 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 50936 0 • BSI order ref BIP 3080 • Published by BSI Price £299 + VAT Member Price £149.50 + VAT Effective Records Management: A management guide to the value of BS ISO 15489-1 David Best Part 1 summarizes the case for implementing records management at an appropriate level in most if not all organizations. This book should be read in conjunction with BS ISO 15489-1:2001. • A4 Paperback • 34 pages • 2003 • ISBN 0 580 39007 1 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 39007 4 • BSI order ref BIP 0025-1 • Published by BSI Price £26 Effective Records Management: Practical implementation of BS ISO 15489-1 Julie McLeod This book complements PD ISO/TR 15489-2 and provides an alternative, easily accessible and practical guide for anyone who wishes to implement BS ISO 15489-1, but in particular for new or non-records management professionals. • A4 Paperback • 54 pages • 2003 • ISBN 0 580 39006 3 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 39006 7 • BSI order ref BIP 0025-2 • Published by BSI Price £26
  • shop.bsigroup.com P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 11 Manufacturing & Services HealthcareConstruction & Eurocodes FireHealth & SafetySustainabilityManagementInformation Governance ICT Records Management – Evidential Weight and Legal Admissibility Effective Records Management: Performance Management for BS ISO 15489-1 Philip A Jones This book focuses on ensuring the sustainability of a records management programme. It shows you how to review a programme once it has been implemented and explores ways to measure the programme’s performance and demonstrate the benefits to your organization. By measuring performance, you will be able to demonstrate that the initiatives or programmes applied are delivering the required results to your organization and customers. This information is vital if you wish to plan your future requirements effectively. • A4 Paperback • 48 pages • 2003 • ISBN 0 580 42776 5 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 42776 3 • BSI order ref BIP 0025-3 • Published by BSI Price £26 Effective Records Management: How to comply with BS ISO 15489-1 Philip A Jones & Bob McLean This book deconstructs BS ISO 15489-1 offering a range of options so that you can select an appropriate level of compliance for your organization. It suggests approaches that you can adopt to build a portfolio of evidence, which demonstrates compliance to the degree that you require. Sample forms with guidance notes for completion make this workbook clear and easy-to-use. • A4 Wirobound • 78 pages • 2007 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 49662 2 • BSI order ref BIP 0025-4 • Published by BSI Price £31.50 Evidential Weight and Legal Admissibility of Information Stored Electronically: Code of Practice for the Implementation of BS 10008 Alan Shipman It is important that organizations realise the value of the information they store and to act under the ‘duty of care’ principle. This relates to data processing, data management and the electronic storage of documents. BIP 0008‑1 gives practical guidance on information management, data security and legal procedures. The code of practice is based on BS 10008 – Evidential weight and legal admissibility of electronic information – and can therefore be used as a guide to implement the British Standard. BIP 0008-1 first looks at information management planning and covers various topics within this chapter, including risk assessment, information security policies as well as documentation and records. It also explains best practice methods of data capture and handling, version control and different storage systems that can be used. BIP 0008-1 concludes with audit requirements, planning and procedures, as well as preventive and corrective actions and continual improvement. • A4 • 128 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2008 • ISBN 978 0 580 63945 6 • BSI order ref BIP 0008-1 • Published by BSI Price £62 Evidential Weight and Legal Admissibility of Information Transferred Electronically: Code of Practice for the Implementation of BS 10008 Alan Shipman and Peter Howes Email, mobile messaging (SMS), instant messaging, web services, web forms, XML and electronic data interchange (EDI) are increasingly being used for business communications. Many existing communications systems are insecure, with the possibility of files being intercepted and amended during the communication process, without the knowledge of the sender or the recipient. This code seeks to define operational procedures which comply with good practice in the field of electronic document communications. • A4 • 89 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2008 • ISBN 978 0 580 63946 3 • BSI order ref BIP 0008-2 • Published by BSI Price £63
  • To order please call BSI Customer Services on +44 (0)20 8996 9001 P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 12 Evidential Weight and Legal Admissibility – UDC Evidential Weight and Legal Admissibility of Linking Electronic Identity to Documents: Code of Practice for the Implementation of BS 10008 Alan Shipman and Peter Howes Identity fraud and identity theft is the fastest growing crime in the UK, with an estimated cost to the UK economy of £1.7bn in 2006. This code of practice is primarily concerned with the authenticity, integrity and availability of electronic identities attached to specific documents. The code details operational procedures and technology requirements of providing an identity to a document to attest origin, authority or copyright ownership, including the procedures for the use of certificates which identify individuals or organizations, and using trusted third parties (TTP). • A4 • 71 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2008 • ISBN 978 0 580 63947 0 • BSI order ref BIP 0008-3 • Published by BSI Price £63 Evidential Weight and Legal Admissibility of Electronic Information: Compliance Workbook for use with BS 10008 Alan Shipman and Peter Howes This workbook will assist in the evaluation of an information management system for compliance with BS 10008. It is written to help businesses compile an historical audit trail of compliance. The fourth edition of the workbook has been published alongside the fourth edition of the Codes of Practice (CoP) Parts 1–3 and the British standard BS 10008. The workbook is written as a companion to the standard and three books. This latest edition enables a comprehensive assessment to be made of the user’s information management system for conformity with BS 10008 and, subsequently, with the CoP books, and to help identify which of the three parts of the CoP are relevant to a system. The Workbook has a clear layout divided into sections which contain a number of questions, the answers to which show whether or not the organization is complying with the requirements of BS 10008. Guidance for implementing BS 10008:2008 is given in three Codes of Practice book, Parts 1, 2 and 3. • A4 Ringbinder • Hardcopy and PDF • 66 pages • 2008 • ISBN 978 0 580 64018 6 • BSI order ref BIP 0009 • Published by BSI Price £42 Universal Decimal Classification Volume 1: Systematic Tables This is the first complete update of UDC in hardcopy since 1993. Derived from the Master Reference File (MRF) from the UDC Consortium, this is the newly revised first volume, covering systematic tables. Volume 1 – Systematic tables contains: All ten tables; complete auxiliary tables; summary of the classification. • A4 Hardback • 1000 pages • 2005 • ISBN 0 580 45469 X • ISBN-13 978 0 580 45469 1 • BSI order ref BIP 0017-1 • Published by BSI Price £183 Universal Decimal Classification Volume 2: Alphabetical Index Derived from the Master Reference File (MRF) from the UDC Consortium, this is the newly revised Complete Edition Volume 2, covering alphabetical index. Volume 2 – Alphabetical index: Provides access to UDC tables; Enables fast access to UDC tables through specially constructed index terms; Must be used in conjunction with Volume 1. • A4 Hardback • 500 pages • 2006 • ISBN 0 580 45470 3 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 45470 7 • BSI order ref BIP 0017-2 • Published by BSI Price £136
  • shop.bsigroup.com P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 13 Manufacturing & Services HealthcareConstruction & Eurocodes FireHealth & SafetySustainabilityInformation Governance ICT UDC – Management Systems UDC Complete Edition – Volumes 1 & 2 UDC is the world’s foremost classification scheme for all fields of knowledge used for sophisticated indexing and retrieval. It is highly flexible and can be applied in numerous ways including organizing and recording books, bibliographic records, information resources, files and even objects such as stamps and coins. This is the first complete update of the UDC in hardcopy since 1993. Derived from the Master Reference File (MRF) from the UDC Consortium, this is the newly revised Complete Edition, containing all available references and classifications. UDC Complete Edition contains over 65,000 entries, in two volumes. • ISBN 0580 45482 7 • ISBN-13 97 0580 45482 0 8 • BSI order ref BIP 0017 • Published by BSI Price £272 Universal Decimal Classification: Abridged Edition UDC Abridged Edition contains c. 4,100 classes and incorporates the major changes to the scheme since 1999. It includes the new properties table (1k-02) and new and revised classes for management, religion, population, tourism, social welfare, environment studies, biotechnology and cinema. • A4 Loose-leaf with binder • 266 pages • 2003 • ISBN 0 580 42440 5 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 42440 3 • BSI order ref PD 1000 • Published by BSI Price £30 UDC: A guide to its use I.C. McIlwaine Distributed by BSI This book is a revised edition of Universal Decimal Classification: a guide to its use (2000) which was itself a revision of the author’s earlier Guide to the use of UDC. The original was written in 1993. This revision incorporates all the changes that have been made to the classification up to the end of 2006. This revised version is not a total rewrite of the 2000 edition, but has updated the text and examples to provide a more up to date picture of the current state of the classification. • Royal Paperback • 280 pages • 2007 • ISBN-13 978 90 806152 3 6 • BSI order ref BIP 0100 • Published by UDC Consortium Price £27.50   Understanding the new ISO Management System Requirements David Brewer In April 2012, ISO updated its directives. In particular, there is a new annex – Annex SL – in which Appendix 3 defines the High Level Structure and Identical Core Text for all new and revised management system standards. The concept is that some requirements, e.g. management review, are common to all management system standards and therefore ought to be identically worded. The book explains the new requirements and how they are related to those in management system standards published prior to the advent of the new ISO directives. In so doing it shows how familiar concepts have metamorphosed into new ones. It provides fresh insights into understanding management system standards and thereby gives guidance on how to develop a management system for the first time. It gives advice on transitioning existing management systems to the new requirements and on the construction and use of integrated management systems • Royal Octavo • Hardcopy and PDF • 96 pages • 2013 • ISBN 978 0 580 82166 0 • BSI order ref BIP 0140 • Published by BSI Price £35.00 Management
  • To order please call BSI Customer Services on +44 (0)20 8996 9001 P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 14 Quality Management Understanding ISO 9001:2008 and Process-based Management Systems Ian Rosam and Rob Peddle This essential guide to ISO 9001 decodes the standard, explaining it in clear business terms and linking it closely to how an organization operates in the real world. By focusing on identifying and delivering business objectives, this user-friendly guide shows how the requirements of ISO 9001 can be met. This book examines the impact of process-based management, outlines what is required to achieve certification, and advises how to build the foundations for business improvement beyond ISO 9001. It shows how to maximize the benefits of a quality management system by applying it appropriately, and how overall business performance can be enhanced. • A4 • 118 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2009 • ISBN 978 0 580 67656 7 • BSI order ref BIP 2013 • Published by BSI Price £45 Creating a Process‑based Management System for ISO 9001:2008 and Beyond Ian Rosam and Rob Peddle This book places the quality management system at the heart of an organization and provides clear and simple steps that can help any business build a process- based management systems that is forward looking, while delivering high performance against the requirements of ISO 9001 and putting them on the path to business sustainability. Practical examples and case studies are given throughout to demonstrate best practice and approaches. • A4 • 120 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2009 • ISBN 978 0 580 67657 4 • BSI order ref BIP 2014 • Published by BSI Price £45 Process Management Auditing for ISO 9001:2008 Ian Rosam and Rob Peddle This easy to follow guide examines what businesses should now expect from their internal and external auditors, what auditors should expect from businesses and the role of an auditor in today’s process-driven business environment. In addition it introduces the concept of risk and behavioural auditing and deals with creating audit results that provide an enhanced indication of risk of future failure to systems, processes and business objectives. • A4 • 106 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2009 • ISBN 978 0 580 67658 1 • BSI order ref BIP 2015 • Published by BSI Price £45 The ISO 9000 Standards Collection BSI Save time and improve your understanding of Quality Management Systems (QMS) with this great value collection. The convenient, enhanced PDF format brings ISO 9000 , ISO 9001 and ISO 9004 together, creating links between clauses and documents and pairing key terms with their definitions. A clear, concise overview places the three standards in context and explains how they can work together. It proposes some key actions and considerations to meet the most common challenges encountered when adopting the ISO9000 series. Pinpoint exact phrases or clauses instantly with the search facility, or navigate the series quickly and easily using a comprehensive and logical structure of bookmarks and links. • A4 • 140 pages • PDF • 2010 • ISBN 978 0 580 71023 0 • BSI order ref BIP 3092 • BSI Price £282 (non-member) / £141 (member)
  • shop.bsigroup.com P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 15 Manufacturing & Services HealthcareConstruction & Eurocodes FireHealth & SafetySustainabilityInformation Governance ManagementICT Quality Management – Auditing and Conformity   BSI Quality Management Self‑assessment ISO 9001 is the worlds leading QMS. It has helped over a million organizations in 175 countries to: • Improve customer satisfaction and loyalty • Improve the quality and consistency of products and services • Achieve preferred supplier status • Reduce the returns of poor quality goods • Increase profitability • Enhance brand credibility and protect reputation • Reduce costs, production time and wastage. The new BSI Quality Management Self-assessment tool will give you confidence in your quality management policies and processes. It will allow you to assess your quality management system (QMS) and draw conclusions on your compliance with ISO 9001. With access to expert guidance, BSI Quality Management Self- assessment will help organizations implement ISO 9001 and monitor their compliance with its requirements. It will help you demonstrate to your supply chain, senior management, and stakeholders that you are consistently delivering high quality products and services. Price £495 + VAT for a single user for one year   BS EN ISO 9001:2008 Laminated Pocketbook BS EN ISO 9001:2008, Quality Management Systems – Requirements, specifies requirements for a quality management system where an organization: • Needs to demonstrate its ability to consistently provide product that meets customer and applicable regulatory requirements • Aims to enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system. This includes processes for continual improvement of the system and the assurance of conformity and applicable regulatory requirements. In a handy pocket book size, this wirobound, laminated edition enables the standard to be used practically on site. • A5 • 45 pages • Wirobound Laminated Pocketbook • 2008 • ISBN 978 0 580 69571 1 • Published by BSI Price £100 non-members; £50 members   The Business Improvement Handbook – From ISO 9001 to World Class Performance (Fourth Edition) Steve Tanner with Mike Bailey This comprehensive guide is for all organizations seeking continuous improvement and is particularly relevant to those using ISO 9001 and looking for ways to improve their performance. Providing overviews of 30 of the most influential business improvement approaches in the market today and thoroughly updated to include the latest developments, including High Performance Culture, Lean Six Sigma and Value Stream Mapping. This new edition will help organizations identify which approaches best suit their capabilities and objectives and set them off on the path to world class performance. • Royal Octavo • 128 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2013 • ISBN 978 0 580 71022 3 • BSI order ref BIP 2020 • Published by BSI Price £30 Auditing for the 21st Century Ian Rosam & Rob Peddle Auditing for the 21st Century is dedicated to challenging the status quo in the auditing world, which is failing to deliver what organizations really need. The time for change has arrived. Some of the auditing approaches mentioned in this book are not new, but adding them together is, as is exposing the inherent weaknesses built into the existing auditing process. This new synthesis is a fundamental shift in the ways audits are carried out. From an analysis of the limitations of current auditing practice, this book takes the reader through a new approach, and demonstrates the principles through a series of examples and case studies. • A4 Paperback • 136 pages • 2006 • ISBN 0 580 48146 8 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 48146 8 • BSI order ref BIP 2107 • Published by BSI Price £35
  • To order please call BSI Customer Services on +44 (0)20 8996 9001 P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 16 Auditing and Conformity – Business Continuity Management   BS EN ISO 19011:2011 Laminated Pocketbook BS EN ISO 19011:2011, Guidelines for Auditing Management Systems, sets out an internationally accepted approach to conducting management systems audits enabling organizations to • gain a clear explanation of the principles of management systems auditing • learn how to conduct and assess internal or external audits • obtain guidance on the management of audit programmes • self-declare in a recognizable way • Streamline the audit management process, from objectives to analysis. In a handy pocket book size, this wirobound, laminated edition enables the standard to be used practically on site. • A5 • 56 pages • Wirobound Laminated Pocketbook • 2012 • ISBN 978 0 580 66496 0 • Published by BSI Price £196 non-members; £98 members Demonstration of Conformity to a Standard: A practical guide for suppliers and customers Chris Cox Demonstration of Conformity to a Standard – A practical guide for suppliers and customers explains how activities such as testing, inspection, certification and accreditation can help to establish confidence in goods and services, and in their suppliers. In this book, the work of those who provide conformity assessment and standardization is fully explained, in order to then give advice on how best to make use of these industries, to provide assured demonstration of conformity to the standards. The book gives basic technical information, written in a non-technical way so that it can be used equally by suppliers and customers. Terminology, processes and examples are explained in terms of what they mean for the supplier on the one hand and the user/customer on the other. The book is applicable in any country. • Royal Paperback • 96 pages • 2007 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 50100 5 • BSI order ref BIP 2113 • Published by BSI Price £30   The Route Map to Business Continuity Management – Meeting the Requirements of ISO 22301 (Second Edition) John Sharp Fully updated and revised, this second edition of The Route Map to Business Continuity Management – Meeting the Requirements of ISO 22301 provides help to those managers who have decided to introduce BCM into their organization for the first time or those who need to make the transition to the new international standard for BCM. Built around the requirements specified in ISO 22301, this book provides a practical, step-by-step approach to setting up, managing and improving an effective system for business continuity. So, whether you are planning certification against the new standard, or simply want the business benefits of having BCM best practice in place, this book delivers all of the advice, tips and insight you could need, along with templates and examples to get you off to a flying start. • Royal Octavo • 165 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2012 • 978 0 580 74341 2 • BSI order ref BIP 2142 • Published by BSI Price £25 Business Continuity Self-assessment: BS ISO 22301 BSI’s Business Continuity Self- assessment tool now includes several additional benefits. By systematically working you through your business continuity management system (BCMS), this tool provides expert guidance on how to assess your BCMS across multiple sites and assign responsibilities to multiple users. The updated Business Continuity Self-assessment tool gives you the confidence you need to know that you are fully prepared for the worst. The tool allows organizations to: • Save time through a smarter review approach of their BCMS • Access guidance throughout the BCMS design process • Create a powerful framework for assessing BCMS effectiveness • Identify elements that are working well and those that are not • Compare across different departments for benchmarking purposes The tool contains questions taking you through each clause of the latest international standard BS ISO 22301:2012 Business Continuity Management Requirements. With answer and comment fields, it provides expert guidance with direct links to the relevant sections of BS ISO 22301 and guidance on how to meet these requirements. • Online • Annual Subscription • BSI order ref BIP 5001 • Published by BSI Price £225 + VAT (£264.37) 12 month subscription for 1 user For additional users check price listings at www.bsigroup.com/
  • shop.bsigroup.com P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 17 Manufacturing & Services HealthcareConstruction & Eurocodes FireHealth & SafetySustainabilityInformation Governance ManagementICT Business Continuity Management Business Continuity Management for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises – How to Survive and Major Disaster or Failure David Lacey In recent years, most large organizations have developed business continuity plans to safeguard their business operations. This is not just in response to regulatory compliance demands, but also because it’s a good business practice that can improve the chances of dealing with a disruption. Many small companies have yet to catch up with this trend. This book sets out how business continuity management can be tackled by any small- or medium-sized enterprise, and with a minimum of budget, time and manpower. It aims to equip non-specialists with the practical skills and techniques to identify their business continuity risks and to take simple, affordable steps to minimize their impact. • Royal Octavo • 145 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2012 • ISBN 978 0 580 74108 1 • BSI order ref BIP 2217 • Published by BSI Price £25 A Practical Approach to Business Impact Analysis – Understanding the Organization through Business Continuity Management Ian Charters An effective business impact analysis (BIA) is vital to the success of any business continuity plan. Done well, it ensures that the strategies you put in place are adequate to protect your organization should an incident disrupt its operations. This book delivers a simple and practical method for conducting a BIA by helping you to understand exactly what information you need to gather and how to use it. Whether looking to implement the requirements of ISO 22301, or simply looking to increase the resilience of your business, this is the essential guide for anyone undertaking or reviewing a BIA. • Royal Octavo • 134 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2011 • ISBN 978 0 580 73101 3 • BSI order ref BIP 2214 • Published by BSI Price £35 Business Continuity Exercises and Tests – Delivering Successful Exercise Programmes with ISO 22301 (Second Edition) Edited by Jim Preen Business continuity management is all about having in place effective plans to ensure that your business can continue to meet its obligations in the face of a disruption. An appropriate exercise programme will enable you to test your plans and give you the confidence that they will work should an incident occur. Based on the requirements set out in the new international standard for business continuity management – ISO 22301 – and delivering tried and tested templates, techniques and tips, this book is the essential guide to exercising and testing your business continuity plans to ensure that they work when it matters most. • Royal Octavo • 110 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2012 • ISBN 978 0 580 76614 5 • BSI order ref BIP 2143 • Published by BSI Price £35 BIP 2185 Jim Preen JimPreen Business Continuity Communications Successful Incident Communication Planning with ISO 22301 Business Continuity Communications Successful Incident Communication Planning with ISO 22301 No business continuity plan is complete without serious consideration given to how andNo business continuity plan is complete without serious consideration given to how and what to communicate in the event of an incident or disruption. But how can you be sure that you will be able to communicate appropriately when the unexpected occurs? The good news is that by understanding your own business, your audiences and the media, you can maintain or even enhance your reputation in the most unlikely of circumstances. Business Continuity Communications delivers extensive media and communicationsBusiness Continuity Communications delivers extensive media and communications expertise in a practical and easy-to-follow format that will enable you to put together a thorough incident communication plan that really works. It provides guidance on all key aspects of incident communications for both internal and external audiences. It also looks at the changing world of the media and incorporates a new chapter on social networks. Based on theBased on the requirements set out in ISO 22301, the international standard for business continuity management, and packed with practical examples, insider tips, checklists and templates, this book provides all of the tools needed to feel con�dent when communicating in a crisis, whatever the audience. About the Author Jim PJim Preen is a businessman, consultant and journalist. He has worked for the US television station ABC News, where he won two Emmy awards. Jim is now Head of Media Services at Crisis Solutions, a UK-based crisis management company, where he writes incident communication plans and advises on all matters related to the media. He is also the editor of Business Continuity Exercises and Tests, published by BSI. BSI order ref: BIP 2185 BSI Group Headquarters 389 Chiswick High Road London W4 4AL www.bsigroup.com The British Standards Institution is incorporated by Royal Charter © BSI copyright BusinessContinuityCommunicationsSuccessfulIncidentCommunicationPlanningwithISO22301 Business Continuity Communications – Successful Incident Communication Planning with ISO 22301 (Second Edition) Jim Preen No business continuity plan is complete without serious consideration given to how and what to communicate in the event of an incident or disruption. This fully revised new edition delivers extensive media and communications expertise in a practical and easy-to-follow format that will enable you to put together a thorough incident communication plan that really works. It provides guidance on all key aspects of incident communications for both internal and external audiences. It also looks at the changing world of the media and incorporates a complete section on social networks. • Royal Octavo • 130 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2012 • ISBN 978 0 580 76615 2 • BSI order ref BIP 2185 • Published by BSI Price £35
  • To order please call BSI Customer Services on +44 (0)20 8996 9001 P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 18 Business Continuity Management – Risk Management Auditing Business Continuity Management Plans – Assess and Improve Your Performance Against ISO 22301 (Second Edition) John Silltow The role of audit is to assess and evaluate the effectiveness of the activities and functions of an organization against standards, regulations, best practice and organizational objectives. It can then provide advice and assurance as required by management. Informed by the new international standard for business continuity – ISO 22301 – and also by personal experience and research, this fully updated new edition is an essential aid to developing a successful business continuity management programme. It is a practical guide to using the insights that an auditor can provide, through scrutiny and advice, to help ensure that the plans decided on by management will achieve their planned and stated objectives. • Royal Octavo • 270 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2012 • ISBN 978 0 580 74342 9 • BSI order ref BIP 2151 • Published by BSI Price £45   BS ISO 22301:2012 and BS ISO 22313:2012 Laminated Pocketbook BS ISO 22301 and BS ISO 22313 set out the requirements and guidance respectively for setting up and managing an effective Business Continuity Management (BCM) system. In a handy pocket book size, this wirobound, laminated edition enables both of the international BCM standards to be used together practically on site. • A5 • 82 pages • Wirobound Laminated Pocketbook • 2013 • ISBN 978 0 580 82250 6 • BSI order ref BIP 2231 • Published by BSI Price £200 non-member; £100 member The Risk Management Universe: A guided tour (revised edition) David Hillson This book brings together leading experts from various risk management fields to share key insights into what makes their part of the risk management universe unique. Each contributor describes current best practice in their area of expertise, as well as outlining areas for future development. Following this unique guided tour of the main dimensions of the risk management universe, the book concludes with a final integrative discussion which attempts to draw the threads together, identifying underlying themes which unify all types of risk management, and setting the scene for new developments to maximize the effectiveness of risk management in all its diverse areas of application. This new edition of The Risk Management Universe: A guided tour has been thoroughly revised and updated, following the publication of BSI’s recent Business Continuity standard, BS 25999:2006. • Royal Paperback • 424 pages • 2007 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 50346 7 • BSI order ref BIP 2036 • Published by BSI Price £42   Managing Risk the ISO 31000 Way David Smith and Rob Politowski This book has been written for those managers wanting to introduce a system for risk management in to their organization. It is based on ISO 31000, the international standard for risk management, and proposes a framework that can be used by businesses of all sizes and integrated within their existing management arrangements. Utilizing numerous case studies, checklists and examples this practical guide succeeds in making the complex yet essential discipline of risk management accessible and relevant to the needs of any business. • Royal Octavo • 130 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2013 • ISBN 978 0 580 67512 6 • BSI order ref BIP 2153 • Published by BSI Price £35
  • shop.bsigroup.com P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 19 Manufacturing & Services HealthcareConstruction & Eurocodes FireHealth & SafetyInformation Governance Sustainability Risk Management – Sustainable Development and CSR ManagementICT   Good Governance – A Risk-based Management Systems Approach to Internal Control David Smith and Rob Politowski The adverse effects of poor risk management are evident everyday in the news, affecting the lives and welfare of organizations, individuals and society as a whole. Robust management systems will assist resilience and sustain an organization through challenging change. Furthermore, stakeholders in all types of organizations, public or private sector, have increasing expectations of the manner in which organizations are managed. Those responsible for ensuring the successful and sustainable operation of their organizations must be able to demonstrate that their grasp of risk areas within their control is sufficient and that strong internal controls are in place. Good Governance – A Risk-based Management Systems Approach to Internal Control outlines the framework of a risk management system and provides guidance on implementation, other management processes and a self-assessment questionnaire. This framework uses as its foundation the Plan, Do, Check, Act approach found in PAS 99, which facilitates an integrated approach across all risk management areas where organizations are seeking the business benefits of such an approach. • A4 • 44 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2008 • ISBN 978 0 580 64313 2 • BSI order ref 2154 • Published by BSI Price £25 Managing Risk and Resilience in the Supply Chain David Kaye This practical book explores the co-dependence inherent in supply chains and looks at the difficult task of understanding and managing agendas and risk amongst the various parties. It sets out to explore the ways that supply chains can go wrong, either suddenly or gradually, and discusses opportunities and threats to understanding strategic risk and management of supply chains. A diverse supply chain can both be a useful risk-spreading tool but can also create potentially destructive vulnerabilities. It is managing this double- edged sword that will make for a successful supply chain. The author brings a mixture of risk management, crisis handling, and above all, multinational chief executive, experience to the subject. • Royal Paperback • 270 pages • 2008 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 60726 4 • BSI order ref BIP 2149 • Published by BSI Price £30   Disaster and Emergency Management Systems Tony Moore This book provides a strategic overview of the key steps that organizations can take to minimize the risks of catastrophic failure through the proactive use of a disaster and emergency management system – DEMS. A key objective is to get readers to ‘think systems not plans’. The focus of the book is on minimizing the risks and threats of a major disaster or emergency affecting an organization to such an extent that its operations are seriously affected. The book outlines a DEMS, its phases and activities; examines the various external factors that need to be considered; considers the steps that need to be taken; describes how to formulate a policy; and how to deal with planning, communication, information, and the human element. • Paperback • 170 pages • 2008 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 60710 3 • BSI order ref BIP 2034 • Published by BSI Price £33 A Handbook for Sustainable Development: A companion to BS 8900 ‘Guidance for Managing Sustainable Development’ David Jackman This book is a companion guide to BS 8900 (Guidance for Managing Sustainable Development). It guides organizations towards effective management of their impact on society and the environment, along the route to enhanced organizational performance and success. It offers practical examples of how difficult issues involving values, principles, and ethics, can be addressed and changes implemented, and gives an approach to defining a set of criteria or value judgements about what is important, and what practices or activities should be avoided. • A4 Loose-leaf with binder • 152 pages • 2008 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 60728 8 • BSI order ref BIP 2135 • Published by BSI Price £45
  • To order please call BSI Customer Services on +44 (0)20 8996 9001 P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 20 Sustainable Development and CSR – Environmental Management Edited by Adrian Henriques Understanding ISO 26000 A Practical Approach to Social Responsibility EditedbyAdrianHenriquesUnderstandingISO26000APracticalApproachtoSocialResponsibility Understanding ISO 26000 – A Practical Approach to Social Responsibility Edited by Adrian Henriques ISO 26000 takes the pioneering step of setting out an internationally agreed set of principles and guidelines for the social responsibility of all organizations, whether they be multinational companies, small businesses, charities, or governments. It is set to become the standard used by organizations around the globe as the foundation of their social responsibility practices. This book provides the background and some deeper insight into the interpretation and implications of ISO 26000, as well as into how it might be used. Aimed at both specialists and non-experts alike, this definitive guide should be the first point of reference for all those working on responsibility issues within companies and other organizations as well as those working in the field of standardization and in academia. • Royal Octavo • 184 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2011 • ISBN 978 0 580 74017 6 • BSI order ref BIP 2215 • Published by BSI Price £35 The Sustainable Procurement Guide – Procuring Sustainably Using BS 8903 Cathy Berry This book has been written to help procurement professionals meet the challenges of the sustainability agenda by providing clear, practical advice on how to approach sustainable procurement issues and how to embed these practices within an organization. Case studies highlight solutions found to problems facing organizations across a range of sectors while templates and examples provide the starting point for developing policies and processes that suit business requirements. Based on the principles set out in BS 8903 (Principles and Framework for Procuring Sustainably), this book is the essential, practical guide for all procurement professionals. • Royal Octavo • 210 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2011 • ISBN 978 0 580 69861 3 • BSI order ref BIP 2203 • Published by BSI Price £30 Business Ethics for the 21st Century Organization Edited by Peter Whates This book brings together a unique collection of international contributors to ‘dig below the surface’ of this hot topic in order to better understand its impact on management and managers today. A mix of practitioners, regulators, commentators and campaigners, each carefully chosen for their blend of insight and experience, throw light on a range of issues including international regulation, ethical dilemmas in the workplace, management education and the debate about ‘responsible capitalism’. A ‘must read’ for anyone dealing with ethics issues at work, and for management students. • Royal Paperback • 256 pages • 2005 • ISBN 0 580 45465 7 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 45465 3 • BSI order ref BIP 2067 • Published by BSI Price £42   BS EN ISO 14001:2004 Laminated Pocketbook BS EN ISO 14001:2004, Environmental Management Systems – Requirements with Guidance for Use, specifies requirements for an environmental management system where an organization needs to control the environmental impacts of activities, products and services. In a handy pocket book size, this wirobound, laminated edition enables the standard to be used practically on site. • A5 • 40 pages • Wirobound Laminated Pocketbook • 2010 • ISBN 978 0 580 72483 1 • BSI order ref BIP 2075 • Published by BSI Price £130 non-members; £65 members
  • shop.bsigroup.com P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 21 Manufacturing & Services HealthcareConstruction & Eurocodes FireHealth & SafetyManagementInformation Governance Environmental Management SustainabilityICT Managing the Environment the 14001 Way David Smith & Clive Green This book is for organizations seeking user-friendly help in developing a cost-effective environmental management system (EMS) based on BS EN ISO 14001 and 14004. It builds on the basic framework and principles of the standards by providing practical advice, examples and sources of further information. It will be invaluable for those seeking to integrate EMS within an overall management system, such as one based on ISO 9001 (Quality) or BS 8800 (Health and Safety). Using the approach successfully introduced in Managing Health and Safety the BS 8800 Way, this book provides information at a variety of levels, in practice, and in detail and three organizations from different sectors to illustrate how an EMS applies. • A5 Paperback • 222 pages • 2005 • ISBN 0 580 44097 4 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 44097 7 • BSI order ref BIP 2069 • Published by BSI Price £33 Environmental Due Diligence: The Role of ISO 14015 in the Environmental Assessment of Sites and Organizations Nigel Carter & Larraine Wilde The challenges of contaminated land, compliance with regulation and product liability are becoming increasingly complex. There are significant consequences that businesses need to understand that may impact not just on financial viability and the relationships with financial stakeholders, but also on client perceptions and continuity in production. This publication examines the international standard ISO 14015 Environmental management. Environmental assessment of sites and organizations, and its application to the non-intrusive stages of environmental assessment. • Royal Paperback • 88 pages • 2004 • ISBN 0 580 44296 9 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 44296 4 • BSI order ref BIP 2038 • Published by BSI Price £45 Climate Change Adaptation – Adapting to Climate Risks Using ISO 9001, BS 25999 and BS 31100 Kay Johnstone and Alex Moczarski Adaptation to climate change involves making adjustments in response to the likely threats and opportunities arising from the projected changes to our climate. It can mean making physical alterations to premises, equipment, products or services, as well as covering less tangible changes, such as adjustments to working arrangements, strategy and contracts. Bringing together research, analysis tools, practical experience and the latest climate projections, this guide offers a logical and cost-effective approach to identifying future climate risks and embedding the management of those risks in an existing management system. Featuring detailed guidance on integrating climate risks within four widely used management standards and providing a tried and tested process for adaptation that can be applied to any relevant existing management system. • Royal Octavo • 110 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2011 • ISBN 978 0 580 69860 6 • BSI order ref BIP 2178 • Published by BSI Price £30 Environmental Management Report: Focus on Sustainability and its Implications for CSR Adrian Henriques & Peter Engelschmidt This report explores what sustainability means, and especially what it means for business. It looks at the tools, techniques, standards and methodologies needed for sustainability and helps you to discover which are most appropriate for your organization and how you would implement them. The report also offers support in the preparation of a business case for moving towards sustainability. At the end, readers should be better able to articulate their own thoughts on the way forward for their organization. This report is not just written for experts, but aims to clarify and communicate the issues of sustainability and provide an invaluable tool for all managers. • A4 Wirobound • 150 pages • 2006 • ISBN 0 580 49337 7 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 49337 9 • BSI order ref BIP 2101 • Published by BSI Price £95
  • To order please call BSI Customer Services on +44 (0)20 8996 9001 P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 22 Environmental Management Environmental Management Report: Focus on Waste Management Open University – Mark Yoxon, Stephen Burnley & Toni Gladding This report uses examples and case studies to show how effective waste management benefits business. The report gives clear and practical advice on how to identify areas of waste and how to implement simple operational procedures to reduce and control it. The authors guide the reader through the relevant legislation and provide the tools and techniques to unlock the benefits for your business, the wider economy and the Environment. • A4 Wirobound • 119 pages • 2006 • ISBN 0 580 48412 2 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 48412 4 • BSI order ref BIP 2102 • Published by BSI Price £95 Environmental Management Report: Focus on Environmental Communications Jane Taylor & Kerry Wastell This guide offers a way through the vast amounts of research, legislation, best practice and frameworks that surround the topics of corporate responsibility (CR) and communication processes. It looks closely at what is meant by corporate responsibility communications and gives you a guide to reviewing your CR communications agenda. The authors look at both internal and external communications and stress the importance of communication as part of a learning process to ensure the policy is understood fully by all. Several case studies are provided to give examples of how different organizations have taken onboard and communicated the CR agenda. • A4 Wirobound • 165 pages • 2006 • ISBN 0 580 48671 0 • ISBN-13 978 0580 48671 5 • BSI order ref BIP 2103 • Published by BSI Price £95 Environmental Management Report: Focus on Climate Change Jan Vernon This report gives a detailed insight into what climate change actually is, and explains the related policies in real terms. The report analyses what effect these policies will have on businesses and shows what steps can be taken to stay in line with the legislation. Examples are taken from leading businesses in order to give ideas of how to develop an action plan to help manage the impact of climate change on your business. The author also looks at the potential business benefits of climate change and how to use the policies to your advantage. This publication will be an invaluable tool to those companies wishing to get ahead of the game on an issue that will inevitably affect everyone. This report will allow companies to assess the potential affects of climate change on their business, and utilize this knowledge to help ensure that they are prepared for the future. • A4 Wirobound • 124 pages • 2006 • ISBN 0 580 48142 5 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 48142 0 • BSI order ref BIP 2105 • Published by BSI Price £95 Environmental Management Systems for SMEs Brian Cleaver This book is primarily for managers in small companies or business units who need to develop and implement an EMS from scratch and who have little or no previous experience. The publication gives practical, concise information and advice on environmental management. It takes the reader through the process, from initial environmental review, planning and policy, to organization and implementation, monitoring and improvement. The author stresses the need to keep the environmental management system simple and to try to integrate it into overall business processes. Following the general layout of BS EN ISO 14001, this book will be particularly useful for those considering using the standard to meet their environmental management needs. • Royal Paperback • 82 pages • 2001 • ISBN 0 580 33249 7 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 33249 4 • BSI order ref HB10182 • Published by BSI Price £28
  • shop.bsigroup.com P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 23 Manufacturing & Services HealthcareConstruction & Eurocodes FireHealth & SafetyManagementInformation Governance Environmental Management SustainabilityICT Effective EMS Auditing Christopher Sheldon To get the best out of your environmental management system, you need effective results and feedback – and this comes from auditing. A well-scoped auditing programme will provide you with a complete, up-to-date picture of your EMS as it evolves and matures, and lets you demonstrate to clients, regulators and others that you know what you’re doing and why. This book contains a host of practical tips on how to design a simple and effective EMS auditing system for your business. Each chapter looks at the background to the issue, sets out what it means in practice, and provides a troubleshooting guide. • Royal Paperback • 74 pages • 2001 • ISBN 0 580 33250 0 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 33250 0 • BSI order ref HB10183 • Published by BSI Price £28 Eco-Management Accounting, Guidelines for accountants, business advisors and environmental managers Martin Bennett & Peter James This title offers guidance on how organizations can take account of the financial implications of environmental matters and on how financial and environmental management issues can be linked, producing a positive and green bottom-line. • Royal Paperback • 90 pages • 2001 • ISBN 0 580 33252 7 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 33252 4 • BSI order ref HB10185 • Published by BSI Price £28 Labelling & Lifecycle Assessment CD This new CD-ROM contains all the essential labelling and lifecycle assessment standards including: BS EN ISO 14020:2001; BS EN ISO 14021: 2001; BS EN ISO 14024:2001; BS EN ISO 14025:2006; BS ISO 14040:2006; BS ISO 14044:2006; DD/ISO TS 14048:2002; PD ISO/TR 14049:2000; PD ISO/TR 14062 and the bestselling title, Managing the Environment the 14001 Way (BIP 2069). The PDF format features a powerful search facility, and copy, paste and printing functions. • CD-ROM • 2006 • ISBN 0 580 49283 4 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 49283 9 • BSI order ref BIP 3073 • Published by BSI Price £300 + VAT (£360) Member Price £250 + VAT (£300) CEDREC Environmental Distributed by BSI CEDREC stands for Comprehensive Environmental Directory of Regulations in Europe with Commentary and contains over 1,000 pieces of business related environmental legislation on CD-ROM. Legislation is covered from England, Scotland and Wales, as are EU measures. With a simple menu and keyword search, CEDREC takes the hard work out of assessing your obligations. You can copy and paste text to create a customized register of legislation. CEDREC comes in two versions: standard or CEDREC Professional. Choose the standard version if you just need summaries, or CEDREC Professional if you need the consolidated full text of the legislation as well. • CD-ROM • 2004 • BSI order ref CEDREC ENV • Published by CEDREC Price £615 + VAT
  • To order please call BSI Customer Services on +44 (0)20 8996 9001 P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 24 Energy Management – Food Safety EnergyManagementPrinciplesandPracticeSecondeditionVilnisVesma Vilnis Vesma Energy Management Principles and Practice Second edition ce nergy omic ut who inators, de. It rs and ector. two but as a e merous f d and il a free Energy Management Principles and Practice (Second Edition) Vilnis Vesma Energy management is the systematic process of maintaining and improving energy efficiency and reducing energy waste. Done well, it can bring significant economic and environmental benefits. ISO 50001:2011 provides a framework for this but getting organized is one thing, and knowing what to do is another. For those who have not addressed energy management before, such as environmental coordinators, facilities managers or works engineers this book acts as a complementary guide. It provides a practical introduction to the technical considerations, human- factors and management aspects of energy saving in commerce, industry and the public sector. • Royal Octavo • 105 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2011 • ISBN 978 0 580 74019 0 • BSI order ref BIP 2187 • Published by BSI Price £30   Implementing and Improving an Energy Management System – How to meet the Requirements of ISO 50001 Graham Wooding and Kit Oung This book is the practical companion to the international standard for energy management and provides a detailed, process- by-process guide to understanding and implementing all of its requirements. Part A discusses ISO management system standards generally, putting ISO 50001 in to context, explains how to get the most benefit from its use, and shows the steps necessary for implementation based on the ISO “process approach”. Part B tackles the core technical principles of energy management needed for successful use of the standard. Part C takes a clause-by-clause look at ISO 50001, providing detailed interpretation as well as practical guidance on meeting each of the requirements. Here you will find hints and tips on how to record and evidence your performance as well as answers to all of the most frequently asked questions. • A5 • 250 pages (approx) • Hardcopy and PDF • 2013 • ISBN 978 0 580 76613 8 • BSI order ref BIP 2221 • Published by BSI Price £45   BS EN ISO 50001:2011 Laminated Pocketbook BS EN ISO 50001:2011, Energy Management Systems – Requirements with Guidance for Use, specifies requirements for an energy management system where an organization wants to measure, monitor and improve its energy efficiency, whether that be to drive down costs or to meet regulatory requirements. In a handy pocket book size, this wirobound, laminated edition enables the standard to be used practically on site. • A5 • 34 pages • Wirobound Laminated Pocketbook • 2013 • ISBN 978 0 580 82251 3 • BSI order ref BIP 2232 • Published by BSI Price £162 non-members; £81 members Managing Food Safety CD Managing Food Safety contains five documents that provide guidance on implementing and maintaining an effective food safety management system. BS EN ISO 22000:2005 is the international standard for food safety management, and specifies requirements for a food safety management system to enable your organization to provide consistently safe end products. It is accompanied on the CD by Managing Food Safety the 22000 Way (BIP 2078); ISO 22000 Food Safety: Guidance and Workbook for the Catering Industry (BIP 2127); ISO 22000 Food Safety: Guidance and Workbook for the Manufacturing Industry (BIP 2128); and ISO 22000 Food Safety: Guidance and Workbook for the Retail Industry (BIP 2129). The workbooks on this CD contain forms that can be populated with data, saved and printed. • CD-ROM • 2008 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 50958 2 • BSI order ref BIP 2130 • Published by BSI Price £295 + VAT (£346.63)
  • shop.bsigroup.com P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 25 Manufacturing & Services HealthcareConstruction & Eurocodes FireManagementInformation Governance Health & SafetySustainabilityICT Food Safety Managing Food Safety the 22000 Way David Smith, Rob Politowski & Christina Palmer This practical guide has been developed for organizations seeking user-friendly help in understanding and implementing a food safety management system to meet the requirements of the international standard ISO 22000:2005. Managing Food Safety the 22000 Way takes a detailed look at the requirements of ISO 22000 and is applicable along the complete food chain ‘from farm to fork’. A simple methodology is offered, coupled with extracts from the standard and clear explanations of the terms used. This book is designed to be used at a range of levels, either as a stand alone guide or in conjunction with the standard for a more detailed approach. The straightforward methodology will be particularly helpful for those organizations which may be wishing to integrate an ISO 22000 system with their other management system requirements. • A5 Paperback • 225 pages • 2007 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 46405 8 • BSI order ref BIP 2078 • Published by BSI Price £33 ISO 22000 Food Safety: Guidance and Workbook for the Catering Industry David Smith, Tracey Jackson- Smith and Rob Politowski This workbook has been developed to provide support to catering organizations in the implementation of an ISO 22000:2005 food safety management system. It is intended to be used by those charged with the implementation and running of the system in the catering sector and will be found particularly helpful by members of the food safety team, as well as departmental managers. For those requiring a greater depth of knowledge and understanding the workbook should be used in conjunction with ISO 22000 and/or the handbook Managing Food Safety the 22000 Way (BIP 2078). • A4 Loose-leaf with binder • 138 pages • 2007 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 49978 4 • BSI order ref BIP 2127 • Published by BSI Price £40 ISO 22000 Food Safety: Guidance and Workbook for the Manufacturing Industry David Smith, Tracey Jackson- Smith and Rob Politowski This workbook has been developed to provide support to manufacturing organizations in the implementation of an ISO 22000:2005 food safety management system. It is intended to be used by those charged with the implementation and running of the system in the manufacturing sector and will be found particularly helpful by members of the food safety team as well as departmental managers. For those requiring a greater depth of knowledge and understanding the workbook should be used in conjunction with ISO 22000 and/or the handbook Managing Food Safety the 22000 Way (BIP 2078). • A4 Loose-leaf with binder • 141 pages • 2007 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 49989 0 • BSI order ref BIP 2128 • Published by BSI Price £40 ISO 22000 Food Safety: Guidance and Workbook for the Retail Industry David Smith, Tracey Jackson- Smith and Rob Politowski This workbook has been developed to provide support to retail organizations in the implementation of an ISO 22000:2005 food safety management system. It is intended to be used by those charged with the implementation and running of the system in the retail sector and will be found particularly helpful by members of the food safety team as well as departmental managers. For those requiring a greater depth of knowledge and understanding the workbook should be used in conjunction with ISO 22000 and/or the handbook Managing Food Safety the 22000 Way (BIP 2078). • A4 Loose-leaf with binder • 126 pages • 2007 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 49990 6 • BSI order ref BIP 2129 • Published by BSI Price £40
  • To order please call BSI Customer Services on +44 (0)20 8996 9001 P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 26 Health and Safety Managing Safety the Systems Way – Implementing BSOHSAS 18001:2007 (4th edition) David Smith, Geoff Hunt & Clive Green This essential guide, now in its fourth edition, provides a simple step-by-step approach for implementing the new British Standard. BS OHSAS 18001:2007 is an effective occupational health and safety management system that can be integrated within an organization’s overall management arrangements. The book will be particularly useful in helping small and medium-sized organizations to build a system that: is business focused; is not paper driven; reduces the risk of harm; helps keep insurance premiums lower; helps satisfy regulators and customers. • A5 Paperback • 250 pages • 2008 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 50954 4 • BSI order ref BIP 2050 • Published by BSI Price £33 Risk Management of Machinery and Work Equipment John Glover This book brings together all of the relevant information needed to manage the risks presented by the use of machinery in your organization. By answering the most frequently asked machinery safety questions this book offers practical health and safety solutions in a simple and straightforward format. Includes guidance on: Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations 2008; Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC; Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998; and Harmonised Standards, including BS EN ISO 13849. • Royal Octavo • 114 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2010 • ISBN 978 0 580 67515 7 • BSI order ref BIP 2184 • Published by BSI Price £25 BS OHSAS 18001:2007 Laminated Pocketbook BS OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational health and safety management systems. Requirements, specifies requirement for an occupational health and safety (OH&S) management system, to enable an organization to control its OH&S risks and improve its performance. In a handy pocketbook size, this wirobound laminated edition means the standard can be used practically on-site. • Wirobound Laminated Pocketbook • 60 pages • 2007 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 50938 4 • BSI order ref BIP 2137 • Published by BSI Price £50 Member Price £25 BSI Health and Safety Quick-Check www.ohsonline.co.uk This new product from BSI has been developed so that you have a state-of-the-art means of checking how your health and safety management system measures up. The product, which can run on a PDA/WDA and/or a PC, contains: a series of questions, broken down into discrete sections; reference text (standards and guides in PDF format) linked to the questions; a summary and report function; reports that can be stored on the PDA/WDA and on a PC. As you can use the application on a PDA, you can be fully mobile while checking your health and safety system across your organization or on different sites. After completion of an assessment, a report and summary will be auto-generated, giving you an immediate picture of your current health and safety system. • Online • Annual Subscription • BSI order ref BIP 3042 • Published by BSI Price £495 + VAT
  • shop.bsigroup.com P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 27 Manufacturing & Services HealthcareConstruction & Eurocodes SustainabilityManagementInformation Governance Fire Health and Safety Health & SafetyICT Personal Protective Equipment A Guide to the Requirements of the European Directive and to CE Marking Personal Protective Equipment: A Guide to the Requirements of the European Directive and to CE Marking Protective clothing and footwear, eyesight and hearing protectors and breathing apparatus all fall within the scope of the Personal Protective Equipment Directive for Simple, Intermediate and Complex Design. This publication has been produced for all those involved with the design, manufacture and use of personal protective equipment. This guide shows you how to CE mark your products. To keep you informed of key developments, an update service is available, which is available to you free of charge for the first year, after which you can renew for an annual fee. • A4 Loose-leaf with binder • Annual Subscription • ISBN 0 580 26420 3 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 26420 7 • BSI order ref TH42072 • Published by BSI Price £162 Includes regular updates CEDREC Health & Safety CD Distributed by BSI Based on the highly successful CEDREC Environmental legislation CD-ROM, this software contains over 500 pieces of business- related health and safety legislation. Legislation for England, Scotland and Wales is summarised, as are EC measures. With a simple menu and keyword search, CEDREC takes the hard work out of assessing your obligations, and you can copy and paste text to your own documents. CEDREC comes in two versions: standard or CEDREC Professional. Choose the standard version if you just need summaries, or CEDREC Professional if you need the consolidated full text of the legislation as well. • CD-ROM • Annual Subscription • BSI order ref BIP 3038 • Published by CEDREC Price £615 + VAT OHS Management Systems: A Practical Approach Distributed by BSI This DVD provides an excellent introduction to health and safety for managers and staff. It shows the main elements of a safety management system, how it works, and why it is successful in achieving continual improvement in safety. The programme uses case studies from the service and manufacturing industries to illustrate effectively-implemented OH&S management systems. It shows how tangible results can be achieved in the work programme. The DVD comes with a CD containing a self-paced learning guide for facilitators. • DVD & CD-ROM • 16 mins • 2005 • BSI order ref BIP 3036 • Published by Nicholas & Smith Ltd Price £395 How to Lead OH&S Risk Management Distributed by BSI Because risk management can be a difficult concept to communicate to managers, this DVD provides a useful resource in overcoming this obstacle. It can easily be incorporated into any health and safety education programme for managers and will show them how to get their staff to contribute to the risk assessment process. OH&S risk management is a cornerstone of effective safety management systems. This product covers the four steps of risk management; hazard identification, risk assessment, risk control and ongoing evaluation. These steps, and the skills shown in the DVD, will maximize the contribution from employees and help make the risk management process more effective. The DVD comes with a CD containing a self-paced learning guide for facilitators. • DVD • 16 mins • 2005 • BSI order ref BIP 3034 • Published by Nicholas & Smith Price £395
  • To order please call BSI Customer Services on +44 (0)20 8996 9001 P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 28 Fire A Comprehensive Guide to Fire Safety Colin S. Todd This easy-to-read publication is virtually unique in the breadth with which it tackles the allied subjects of fire prevention and fire safety management. Previously published as Fire Precautions: A guide for management, this book has been thoroughly revised and updated to incorporate explanations and guidance relating to the Regulatory Reform Fire Service Order (RRFSO) and related legislation in Scotland and Northern Ireland. Intended for the non-specialist, A Comprehensive Guide to Fire Safety provides an in-depth overview of all aspects of fire safety. It is a valuable reference to provide operational managers with a framework by which they can implement an effective fire safety strategy to meet both their own business needs, and those of the government’s new requirements, in a planned and sustained fashion. • Royal Paperback • 374 pages • 2008 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 50943 8 • BSI order ref BIP 2111 • Published by BSI Price £50 F is for Fire: A dictionary of key fire terminology Peter Hodgson & Don Christian This book brings together the key published definitions of fire and fire safety terminology, creating a definitive catalogue of fire terms. British Standards and associated documents carry their own terms and definitions but in many cases it has been found that these individual lists will often define the same term with slight or substantial differences. This dictionary of terms amalgamates these varying definitions into single, composite definitions and supplements further definitions widely used in the industry. The terms explained cover the whole spectrum of fire safety in all its applications. This includes testing for both fire resistance and reaction to fire; passive and active fire protection systems and fire safety engineering principles to the design of buildings. • A5 Paperback • 192 pages • 2007 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 50222 4 • BSI order ref BIP 2125 • Published by BSI Price £30   The Design, Installation, Commissioning and Maintenance of Fire Detection and Fire Alarm Systems in non‑domestic premises – A Guide to BS 5839-1:2013 (Fourth Edition) Colin S. Todd This book is the essential guide to BS 5839-1:2013. This code of practice represents the universal ‘bible’ for those involved in the design, maintenance and use of fire detection and alarm systems in the United Kingdom. Compliance with the code is very commonly required by building control authorities, fire alarm and rescue authorities and others who may enforce provisions for fire safety in certain occupancies, property insurers who may require automatic fire detection systems to comply with the recommendations of the code and consulting engineers who commonly demand compliance with the code, often as part of the electrical specification for a building. • Royal Octavo • 315 pages (approx) • Hardcopy and PDF • 2013 • ISBN 978 0 580 80753 4 • BSI order ref BIP 2109 • Published by BSI Price £55   The Design, Installation, Commissioning and Maintenance of Fire Detection and Fire Alarm Systems in Domestic Premises – A Guide to BS 5839-6:2013 (Third Edition) Colin S. Todd This is the comprehensive guide on using and implementing the newly updated BS 5839-6:2013. The code is commonly known as the universal ‘bible’ for those involved in the design, installation, commissioning, maintenance and use of fire detection and alarm systems in the UK. This publication provides an invaluable aid to specifiers, designers and installers, including Fire Brigades, Local Authorities, Housing Associations, Fire Alarm Contractors, Building Control Officers, Consulting Engineers, Electrical Contractors and Building Surveyors. • Royal Octavo • 172 pages (approx) • 2013 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 80745 1 • BSI order ref BIP 2044 • Published by BSI Price £55
  • shop.bsigroup.com P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 29 Manufacturing & Services HealthcareSustainabilityManagementInformation Governance Construction & Eurocodes Fire Fire – Construction and Eurocodes Health & SafetyICT   The Design, Installation and Commissioning of Voice Alarm Systems – A Guide to BS 5839-8:2013 (Second Edition) Douglas F. Mason and Colin S. Todd This book is the essential guide to BS 5839-8:2013, providing an in‑depth understanding of the updated British Standard against which voice alarm systems for fire warning should be designed, commissioned, installed and maintained. With a clear approach and through numerous examples, this practical book explains the reasoning behind the recommendations made in BS 5839-8 and provides comprehensive guidance on how the recommendations can be satisfied. • Royal Octavo • 210 pages (approx) • Hardcopy and PDF • 2013 • ISBN 978 0 580 80755 8 • BSI order ref BIP 2124 • Published by BSI Price £55 A Guide to Fire Safety Engineering Dr S D Christian This is a basic introduction to the principles of fire safety engineering in relation to fire precautions. It suggests why such engineered solutions are effective in achieving satisfactory fire safety levels. It is a guide for those who are new to the subject and suggests where further, more detailed information can be found. The strength of the publication is the author’s mastery of the subject enabling him to deliver the salient features of a complex topic in an easily digestible and informative manner. • A4 Paperback • 34 pages • 2003 • ISBN 0 580 41896 0 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 41896 9 • BSI order ref BIP 2007 • Published by BSI Price £20   The BS 9999 Handbook – Effective Fire Safety in the Design, Management and Use of Buildings Michael Green and Jonathan Joinson BS 9999 is the code of practice that gives recommendations and guidance on the design, management and use of buildings to achieve acceptable levels of fire safety for all people in and around buildings. This essential guide, written by experts involved in the development of BS 9999, delivers the tools needed to get the most from your use of the standard. It is an easy to use and practical guide that will advance your understanding of BS 9999 by drawing together the key areas of fire safety design that require consideration during the early development of design concepts. By identifying key learning points and including the most commonly used data, tables and figures, as well as in-depth worked examples this handbook provides a quick and effective overview and explanation of the flexible design recommendations introduced by BS 9999. • Royal Octavo • 145 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2010 • ISBN 978 0 580 67508 9 • BSI order ref BIP 2173 • Published by BSI Price £50   Inclusive Urban Design – a guide to creating accessible public spaces David Bonnet Associates This Guide addresses the critical link of how the public realm – our streets and public spaces – can be designed inclusively, thereby matching the significant advances made in the last three decades regarding building and our transport infrastructure. The guide is based on the direct experience of a practice (DBA) that has advised on many major UK public realm projects, not least the Olympic village and park in London and the London CrossRail project. The guide is seen as an essential reference for designers and also for local authorities seeking a one-stop-shop document suitable as a reference when drafting their supplementary planning documents in response to the requirement for Inclusive Design. • A4 • 128 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2013 • ISBN 978 0 580 81523 2 • BSI order ref BIP 2228 • Published by BSI Price £45
  • To order please call BSI Customer Services on +44 (0)20 8996 9001 P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 30 Construction and Eurocodes   Building information management. A standard framework and guide to BS 1192 Mervyn Richards BIP 2207 provides a standard framework and comprehensive guide to BS 1192:2007 Collaborative production of architectural, engineering and construction information. Code of practice It looks at best practice methods for the development, organisation and management of production information – such as architectural drawings, engineering drawings and computer-aided designs – for the construction industry. Through a detailed explanation of the processes and procedures needed to improve the quality of production information, this book helps designers to better prepare their designs and graphics before the construction team takes over. • A4 • 152 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2010 • ISBN 978 0 580 70870 1 • BSI order ref BIP 2207 • Published by BSI Price £30   BS 8541-2:2011 (CD-ROM) Library objects for architecture, engineering and construction. Recommended 2D symbols of building elements for use in building information modelling This CD contains a PDF of the full text of BS 8541-2:2011+C1 and the symbol graphics in useable formats, DWG (2007) and DXF eliminating the need for redrawing. This functionality will be particularly useful for cad/cam operators using the AutoCAD DWG format where many of the symbols have been provided as AutoCAD Dynamic and where appropriate Annotative blocks. These have enhanced performance over traditional cad symbols where features such as alignment parameters and fields will improve productivity. By including the standard (for guidance and context) and the symbols, the CD will make using the symbols – in the style and to the standard’s specification – much easier. • CD-ROM • 2012 • ISBN 978 0 580 77799 8 • Published by BSI Price £162 Member price £81 Construction Products A Guide to the Requirements and to CE Marking Construction Products: A Guide to the Requirements and to CE Marking The Construction Products Directive (CPD) is one of the ‘New Approach’ Directives that aim to create a single European market by removing the technical barriers to trade between Member States through the use of harmonized standards and approvals. Recently revised and regularly updated, this publication explains the implications of the Construction Products Directive and gives guidance on compliance. To keep you informed of key developments, an update service is available, which is available to you free of charge for the first year, after which you can renew for an annual fee. • A4 Loose-leaf with binder • Annual Subscription • ISBN 13 978 0 580 33091 9 • BSI order ref TH 42097 • Published by BSI Price £198 Includes regular updates   Hot and Cold Water Supply – Third Edition Robert H Garrett Provides a highly illustrated guide for designers, installers and contractors working on hot and cold water supplies. The book takes account of the 1999 Water Regulations and British Standard BS 6700. The new edition takes account of the latest requirements of the Building Regulations and features a new section on sprinkler systems. • 424 pages • 2008 • Hardcopy • 978 1 4051 3002 8 • BSI order ref BIP 2177 • Published by BSI/Wiley-Blackwell Price £43.50
  • shop.bsigroup.com P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 31 Manufacturing & Services HealthcareFireHealth & SafetySustainabilityManagementInformation Governance Construction and Eurocodes Construction & Eurocodes ICT   Requirements for electrical installations. IET Wiring Regulations. Seventeenth edition BS 7671:2008 + Amendment1:2011 outlines IET wiring regulations and how to maintain technical standards in line with the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC). The guidelines cover all aspects of designing and installing electrical wiring and temporary or permanent power systems in buildings. It also covers safety engineering, ensuring you meet regulatory standards. BS 7671:2008 + Amendment1:2011 is applicable to all organizations in any industry. It is the essential standard for electrical wiring and power systems in buildings. It outlines the testing and inspection procedure across a variety of locations and equipment including medical institutions and equipment, offices and computers, or maintenance gangways and electrical circuits. BS 7671 also provides a working guide to protecting against electromagnetic surges and using the correct electrical protection equipment. Working with the standard to achieve compliance, you can improve health and safety and emergency procedures. • A4 • Hardcopy • 2011 • ISBN 978-1-84919-269-9 • BSI order ref BS 7671 • Published by IET Price £80   On-Site Guide (BS 7671:2008 Wiring Regulations) Electric wiring systems, Electrical installations, Electric power systems, Electrical engineering, Electrical safety, Safety engineering, Electric shocks, Electrical accidents, Fire safety, Electrical protection equipment, Low-voltage installations, Low voltage, Extra-low voltage, Voltage, Electric current, Electric load, Electric power transmission, Electric power distribution, Industrial electrical installations, Domestic electrical installations, Temporary electrical installations, Electrical equipment, Open electrical equipment, Protected electrical equipment Engineering and Manufacturing • A4 • 188 pages • Hardcopy • 2011 • ISBN 978-1-84919-287-3 • BSI order ref BIP 2223 • Published by IET Price £24   Guidance Note 3: Inspection and Testing IET GN 3 is of interest to all those who are involved with specifying, planning or carrying out the inspection and tests on electrical installations BS 7671. The market includes consulting engineers, electricians, electrical installers, inspectors and technicians and can also serve as a guide for surveyors. GN 3 Inspection and Testing is an essential guide and leading reference manual on this important subject. The Guide has been revised to align with the BS 7671 (The IET Wiring Regulations) 17th Edition Amendment No 1, the national standard to which all domestic and industrial wiring must conform. • A4 • 128 pages • Hardcopy • 2012 • ISBN 978 0 580 79027 0 • BSI order ref HB 10194 • Published by IET Price £27   Code of Practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment 4th Edition IET The objective of this Code of Practice is to give advice on in‑service and testing to determine whether electrical equipment is fit for continued service or if maintenance or replacement is necessary. The main changes in this edition of the Code of Practice include clarification of which equipment is covered, the inclusion of hired and second-hand equipment and a change in the scope. In addition, there is an explanation of the risk assessment required to determine frequencies between inspection and testing if it is required. • A4 • 152 pages • Hardcopy • 2012 • ISBN 978 0 580 82076 2 • BSI order ref BIP 2229 • Published by IET Price £55
  • To order please call BSI Customer Services on +44 (0)20 8996 9001 P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 32 Construction and Eurocodes Concise Eurocode for Design of Timber Structures: BS EN 1995: Eurocodes 5 Julian Marcroft Structural Eurocodes are a suite of design codes which will harmonize technical specifications for building and civil engineering works across Europe. Concise Eurocodes assists Consulting Engineers in this task, by providing a briefer and more accessible presentation of the design procedures associated with the relevant Eurocode under examination: • It directly incorporates the Nationally Determined Parameters of the National Annex to the relevant Eurocode as well as some of the more important non-contradictory complementary information (NCCI). • It contains cross-references, from the BS clause to the associated clause in the relevant Eurocode (or its National Annex), EN 1990 (or its National Annex) or related Published Document. Concise Eurocodes: Timber aids engineers in their transition from the previous standards to the new Eurocodes, by providing a briefer and more accessible presentation of the key design procedures associated with EC 5 Timber. • A4 • 134 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2012 • ISBN 978 0 580 69452 3 • BSI order ref BIP 2198 • Published by BSI Price £60 Concise Eurocodes: Geotechnical Design – BS EN 1997: Eurocode 7 Brian Simpson Structural Eurocodes are a suite of design codes which will harmonize technical specifications for building and civil engineering works across Europe. Their introduction in March 2010 required the withdrawal of more than 50 British Standards. The change has been described as ‘the single most important change to construction standards ever’. It is expected that Eurocodes will not just dominate building design in the UK and mainland Europe, but also have a major impact on many other parts of the world. For consulting engineers, the transition in structural design procedures from a British Standard to the replacement Eurocode constitutes a major programme of work for any construction material. Concise Eurocodes: Geotechnic Design assists consulting engineers in this task, aiding them in their transition from the previous standards to the new Eurocodes, by providing a briefer and more accessible presentation of the design procedures associated with EC 7 Geotechnic Design. • A4 • 150 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2011 • ISBN 978 0 580 75271 1 • BSI order ref BIP 2205 • Published by BSI Price £60 Structural Eurocodes: Extracts from the Structural Eurocodes for Students of Structural Design (PP 1990) John Roberts, Haigh Guivanessian, Buick Davison, Andrew Bond and Peter Watt This is a user-friendly guide that introduces the principles of structural Eurocodes to students of civil engineering, structural engineering and structural design. The book gives information on common design principles and rules for the design of structures and component products. It also describes a common series of methods for calculating the structural strength of elements used in construction. It contains extracts from some of the principal parts of each of the Eurocodes. PP 1990: 2010 comes in a new book format, replaces the bulky folder format of earlier editions which means it’s easy to carry around with you and use whilst onsite and is revised and thoroughly updated. The guide would be of use to students of civil engineering, structural engineering and structural design. It would also be useful guidance for anyone working in the construction industry. • A4 • 698 pages • Hardcopy • 2010 • ISBN 978 0 580 69454 7 • BSI order ref BIP 2200 • Published by BSI Price £40 BSI order ref: BIP 2199 BSI Group Headquarters 389 Chiswick High Road London W4 4AL www.bsigroup.com The British Standards InstitutionThe British Standards Institution is incorporated by Royal Charter Concise Eurocodes: Loadings on Structures BS EN 1991: Eurocode 1 Structural Eurocodes are a suite of design codes which will harmonize technical specifications for building and civil engineering works across Europe. Their introduction in March 2010 required the withdrawal ofTheir introduction in March 2010 required the withdrawal of more than 50 British Standards. The change has been described as ‘the single most important change to construction standards ever’. Going forward, it is expected that Eurocodes will not just dominate building design in the UK and mainland Europe, but also have a major impact on many other parts of the world. For Consulting Engineers the transition in structural designFor Consulting Engineers the transition in structural design procedures from a British Standard to the replacement Eurocode constitutes a major programme of work for any construction material. Concise Eurocodes: Loadings on StructuresConcise Eurocodes: Loadings on Structures assists engineers in this task, aiding them in their transition from the previous standards to the new Eurocodes, by providing a briefer and more accessible presentation of the key design procedures associated with EC 0 Basis of Structural Design and EC 1 Actions on Structures. BIP 2199 Ian Burgess, Amy Green and Anthony Abu IanBurgess,AmyGreenandAnthonyAbu Concise Eurocodes: Loadings on Structures BS EN 1991: Eurocode 1 ConciseEurocodes:LoadingsonStructuresBSEN1991:Eurocode1 Concise Eurocodes. Loadings on Structures BS EN 1991. Eurocode 1 Ian Burgess, Amy Green, Anthony Abu This concise guide to the Eurocodes is for civil and structural engineers, and building control officers. It provides a briefer and more accessible presentation of the design procedures associated with the relevant Eurocode. Following the same format as the Eurocodes it complements the same sections in BS EN 1991. The Nationally Determined Parameters of the National Annex to the relevant Eurocode are included, as well as some of the more important non-contradictory complementary information (NCCI). It contains cross-references, from the BS clause to the associated clause in the relevant Eurocode (or its National Annex), BS EN 1990 (or its National Annex) or related Published Document. • A4 • 110 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2010 • ISBN 978 0 580 69453 0 • BSI order ref BIP 2199 • Published by BSI Price £60
  • shop.bsigroup.com P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 33 HealthcareFireHealth & SafetySustainabilityManagementInformation Governance Manufacturing & Services Construction & Eurocodes ICT Construction and Eurocodes – Manufacturing The Essential Guide to Eurocodes Transition Edited by John Roberts The Essential Eurocodes Transition Guide is a user-friendly guide that brings together leading experts from the Eurocode community to share key insights into the use and application of the new codes, focussing on how users can make the transition as quickly and painlessly as possible. In addition to coverage of the underlying structure, and industry view of the Eurocodes, individual chapters address the technical aspects of each Eurocode and will be an invaluable aid to practising civil and structural engineers, as well as regulators, academics and students and all those involved with the structure and design of public sector dwellings at this time of change in industry. This book contains detailed guidance from leading academics and professionals to help the reader gain an understanding of the new codes and to ease integration. For practicing civil and structural engineering courses as well as students of these professions; Building Control officers and anyone involved with the structure and design of public sector dwellings. • A4 • 200 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2010 • ISBN 978 0 580 69451 6 • BSI order ref BIP 2197 • Published by BSI Price £40 A Guide to Emergency Lighting – Second Edition Chris Watts A Guide to Emergency Lighting – Second Edition, helps users and designers, installation and maintenance engineers understand the legislative demand to provide appropriate emergency lighting systems to assist occupants to leave premises safely. It covers all aspects of the selection, design, installation, maintenance and testing of battery powered emergency lighting systems. This new edition has been updated to assist those engineers wishing to protect occupants from the hazards identified by risk assessments and has also been expanded to give guidance to protect occupants from sudden loss of the normal lighting supply. • A4 • 266 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2012 • ISBN 978 0 580 78023 3 • BSI order ref BIP 2081 • Published by BSI Price £50 Protection Against Lightning: A UK guide to the practical application of BS EN 62305 Mike Henshaw Protection Against Lightning: A UK guide to the practical application of BS EN 62305 is a comprehensive companion guide to the new British standard, which aims to promote a consistent approach to the standard’s usage in the field by offering practical interpretations of its formal approach. The book covers important topics such as risk assessment, damage due to lightning and overvoltages, protection measures, design for structural protection, requirements for structures with risk of explosion, inspection, testing, maintenance and records. The book also includes terms and definitions, FAQs and helpful tables, diagrams and graphs to assist in assessments and calculations. This guide has been written for architects, consultants, building contractors and practitioners, specializing in the design, installation, testing and maintenance of systems of protection against lightning. • A4 Paperback • 122 pages • 2007 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 50899 8 • BSI order ref BIP 2118 • Published by BSI Price £75 Member Price £50 UK Guide to the Standardization for Overhead Electrical Lines Brought together in one convenient and easily accessible format, The UK Guide to Standardization for Overhead Electrical Lines CD‑ROM contains a collection of the BS EN 50341 and BS EN 50423 standards for overhead electrical lines. Fully searchable, the CD‑ROM is easy to use and provides a complete set of all applicable requirements for overhead electrical lines. It brings together the standards pertaining to above and below 45kV working. • CD-ROM • 2006 • ISBN 0 580 46005 3 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 46005 0 • BSI order ref BIP 3024 • Published by BSI Price £395 + VAT (£464.12) Member Price £197 + VAT (£231.48)
  • To order please call BSI Customer Services on +44 (0)20 8996 9001 P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 34 Manufacturing Threaded Fasteners: Handbook 44 Mike Heritage, Roger Reed, Tom Russell This book includes extracts and a précis of all the standards relevant to engineering design and production of threaded fasteners. For historical accuracy, it reproduces technical content from standards exactly as they were originally printed. Explanatory commentary has been added where the text of the book differs from the original standard. It has been updated to include all revised standards, and any new standards in the area. Extracts from those standards that have been withdrawn or made obsolescent are included, with notes, for user reference. This edition includes a fuller introduction and explanation of the book’s uses. The handbook concentrates on the properties and uses of the screws, rather than how to make them. • A4 • 360 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2011 • ISBN 13 978 0 580 68866 9 • BSI order ref BIP 2191 • Published by BSI Price £240 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) A Guide to the Requirements of the European Directive and to CE Marking Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC): A Guide to the Requirements of the European Directive and to CE Marking This is an essential reference tool for anyone involved in the design and manufacture of electrical equipment for the European Economic Area. It is a concise and easy-to-understand explanation of the EMC Directive, helping you to expand your market opportunities throughout the EEA; understand your obligations under Directive 89/336/EEC; discover how to use the Directive; and follow the most economic route to compliance. To keep you informed of key developments, an update service is available, which is available to you free of charge for the first year, after which you can renew for an annual fee. • A4 Loose-leaf with binder • Annual Subscription • ISBN-13 978 0 580 20917 8 • BSI order ref TH 42056 • Published by BSI Price £170 Includes regular updates The Low Voltage Directive A Guide to CE Marking The Low Voltage Directive: A guide to CE Marking When designing electrical equipment to the Electrical Equipment Designed to Operate within Certain Voltage Limits Directive (sometimes known as the Low Voltage Directive), you need the guidance in this handbook. This concise, easy-to-understand publication guides you through the Directive, the use and application of standards, testing and CE marking so that you: become aware of your legal responsibilities; discover how to use the Directive; follow the most economic route to compliance; trade more successfully within Europe. To keep you informed of key developments, an update service is available, which is available to you free of charge for the first year, after which you can renew for an annual fee. • A4 Loose-leaf with binder • Annual Subscription • ISBN-13 978 0 580 20917 8 • BSI order ref TH 42075 • Published by BSI Price £170 Includes regular updates The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive Requirements and Implementation The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive: Requirements and implementations The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive: requirements and implementation is a guide produced by BSI for manufacturers, importers and exporters of electrical and electronic equipment. Part 1 introduction sets out the background to the WEEE Directive, explaining the need for legislation, how the Directive came to fruition and the requirements and the implications for producers and retailers of Electrical and Electronic Equipment. Part 2 provides detail on the situation in a range of European and international countries, including all EU Member States. New information on countries implementing measures will be added as it becomes available. New in 2008, Part 3 of the guide covers the UK implementation of the WEEE Directive, including guidance on UK regulations, exemptions, organizations responsible for implementation, what producers need to do to comply, requirements on distributors, collection and take‑back schemes, treatment, fees and charging and enforcement. Copies of the Directive and Council Decisions are also included. To keep you informed of key developments, an update service is available, which is available to you free of charge for the first year, after which you can renew for an annual fee. • A4 loose-leaf with binder • ISBN 0 580 49271 0 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 49271 6 • BSI order ref BIP 2117 • Published by BSI Price £225 / $428 / EUR 334 Includes regular updates
  • shop.bsigroup.com P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 35 HealthcareConstruction & Eurocodes FireHealth & SafetySustainabilityManagementInformation Governance Manufacturing Manufacturing & Services ICT Eco-design Requirements for Energy-related Products A Guide to the Implementation of European Directive 2009/125/EC Eco-design Requirements for Energy-related Products: A Guide to the Implementation of European Directive 2009/125/EC Energy-related products (ErPs), such as electrical and electronic devices and heating equipment, account for a significant proportion of the consumption of natural resources and energy within the European Community. This guide is designed to help users comply with the requirements of the Energy-related Products (ErP) Directive (formerly EuP) by providing all the relevant information in one place, and to offer practical advice for compliance with the Directive and any subsequent regulations. This guide highlights the main points of the Directive and its impact on product design and manufacture, and includes references to additional sources of useful information. • Hardcopy only • 2009 • BSI order ref BIP 2180 Price £210   The Essential Guide to Technical Product Specification: Engineering Drawing Colin Simmons and Neil Phelps This Essential Guide to Technical Product Specification is intended as a companion to the standard BS 8888 Technical product specification for technical product realisation. The book offers straightforward guidance, together with pictorial representations, to all practitioners of technical product specification. It combines the tools engineers need to engage in design specification, manufacturing and verification, with the essential basic information required for specifying a product or component. This publication presents up-to- date information on the technical drawing aspects of BS 8888, in a manner similar to the presentation in the old BS 308. It includes comprehensive sections extracted from and referenced to international standards relating to linear, geometric and surface texture dimensioning and tolerancing, together with the practice of welding symbology, limits and fits, and thread data. • A4 • 195 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2009 • ISBN 13 978 0 580 62673 9 • BSI order ref BIP 2155 • Published by BSI Price £32 BS 8888:2011 Technical Product Specification (TPS). Specification BS 8888:2011 is an integrated system, an enhanced tool-box and roadmap for technical specification documents. It provides designers, engineers, quality managers and metrologists with a set of requirements for the preparation of all forms of technical product documentation. Using BS 8888 encourages a common system, a common language and a common understanding in the technical product specification area. It will help designers to order their output of design so that a product concept will be fully realized through the manufacturing process. The CD contains BS 8888:2011 plus over 150 cross-referenced documents, accessible at the click of a button. This CD-ROM gives you access to over £12,000 worth of standards for only £900! For a full list of all the standards included on the CD visit www.bsigroup.com/bip3082 • CD-ROM • 2012 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 78977 9 • BSI order ref BIP 3082 • Published by BSI Price £1,180 + VAT Member Price £590 + VAT   Design and Technology. Compendium of British Standards for teachers of design and technology in school and colleges A guide for teachers containing extracts and tests from over 50 British, European and International standards. It is aimed at KS3 and KS4, GCSE and A level, and some parts may also be useful for AVCE in Engineering and in Manufacturing, and Home Economics students. Includes extracts from standards such as ISO 9001, BS 8800, BS 5929, BS EN 71-1, BS EN 50088, BS 8888. Contents – Quality Management Systems; Application of British Standards to Hazard Identification and Control; Anthropometry; Textiles; Food Products; Furniture and other wood Products; Safety of Toys; Engineering Drawing and Graphical Symbols; Packaging and Labelling. • A4 Ringbinder • 87 pages • 2004 • ISBN 0 580 43521 0 • BSI order ref PP 7321 • Published by BSI Price £25
  • To order please call BSI Customer Services on +44 (0)20 8996 9001 P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 36 Manufacturing   Drawing Practice. A guide for schools and colleges to BS 8888:2006, Technical product specification (TPS) Neil Phelps, Colin Simmons Produced for teachers of Design and Technology at Key Stage 3 onwards and in Scotland is suitable for Graphic Communication and Product Design at Intermediate 2, Higher and Advanced Higher. It will also be a valuable resource for students studying Applied Engineering or Manufacturing at GCSE, GNVQ or Advanced VCE level. It is an essential reference guide when converting their design concepts into instructions for manufacturers. • Written by BSI British Standards’ technical experts • Up-to-date and extensive coverage of Technical Product Specifications (TPS) • Clear page layouts so student and teacher can access the relevant standard • Easy-to-read text and diagrams to aid learning • Covers all main areas of current syllabi, with supporting examples from BS 8888:2006 • Information is broken down into easily-absorbed, bite-sized chunks • A4 Ringbinder • 154 pages • 2007 • ISBN 978 0 580 50868 4 • BSI order ref PP 888-1:2007 • Published by BSI Price £25 or £75 for a pack of 5   Engineering Drawing Practice. A guide for further and higher education to BS 8888:2006, Technical product specification (TPS) Neil Phelps and Colin Simmons BS 8888:2006 Technical Product Specification enables product designers and manufacturers using British and international Standards to have a common technical language. It provides specifiers and suppliers with a precise means of describing a technical product, which can avoid misunderstanding in the communication of manufacturing requirements. The objectives of this guide are: • to provide guidance to the application of BS 8888 within all elements of engineering design, manufacturing and verification • to cross-reference essential standards to relevant referenced standards, e.g. ISO, EN and BSs, and cross-reference informative (optional) standards • to provide examples of the application of BS 8888 and referenced standards. The guide is suitable for certificate and diploma students, and undergraduates in further and higher education. • A4 Ringbinder • 260 pages • 2007 • ISBN 978 0 580 50111 1 • BSI order ref PP 8888-2:2007 • Published by BSI Price £30 or £100 for a pack of 5 Compendium of Symbols for use on Electrical Equipment for Diagrams This compendium comprises database ‘snapshots’ for IEC 60417, Graphical symbols for use on equipment, and IEC 60617, Graphical symbols for diagrams. The database ‘snapshots’ are in a PDF format, and represent the state of the IEC databases at the time of publication. The ‘snapshots’ are in a PDF format, which allows symbols to be searched for quickly and easily. • CD-ROM • 2008 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 50960 5 • BSI order ref BIP 3086 • Published by BSI Price £275 + VAT (£323.12) Boilers and Pressure Vessels An International Survey of Design and Approval Requirements Boilers and Pressure Vessels: An international survey of design and approval requirements An international survey of design and approval requirements that provides information on the national regulations, design codes, approval organizations, acceptable international design codes and United Kingdom inspection organizations. This information will enable manufacturers to see at a glance the requirements which must be met by prospective boiler and pressure vessel exporters. This international survey covers 130 countries around the world, technical regulations, design codes and approval requirements for boilers, stationary pressure vessels, and transportable pressure vessels, including road tankers, and rail and compressed gas cylinders. A list of all inspection bodies appointed in respect of Directive 87/404/EEC Simple Pressure Vessels for all European Union countries has been included. This list will be updated from the Official Journal of the EC, as necessary. A list of international standards organizations and their addresses has also been incorporated. To keep you informed of key developments, an update service is available, which is available to you free of charge for the first year, after which you can renew for an annual fee. • A4 Loose-leaf with binder • Annual Subscription • ISBN 0 905 87761 6 • ISBN-13 978 0 905 87761 7 • BSI order ref TH20344 • Published by BSI Price £335 Includes regular updates
  • shop.bsigroup.com P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 37 HealthcareConstruction & Eurocodes FireHealth & SafetySustainabilityManagementInformation Governance Manufacturing – Services ICT Manufacturing & Services Machinery A Guide to the Requirements of the European Directive and to CE Marking Machinery: A Guide to Requirements of the European Directive and to CE Marking This guide is for all those involved in the supply, manufacture, refurbishing and purchasing of machinery. It gives practical advice on how to CE mark products falling within the scope of the Machinery Directive. CE Marking for Machinery. A guide to the European Directive 2006/42/EC offers you: a clear and concise overview of the European Machinery Directive; all the information you need in one place – including a full copy of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC; comprehensive content compiled by industry experts; guidance on the requirements for manufacturers and suppliers of machinery; regular updates to keep you informed of important changes. • A4 Loose-leaf with binder • Annual Subscription • ISBN 0 580 26425 4 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 26425 2 • BSI order ref TH42073 • Published by BSI Price £235 Includes regular updates Motor Vehicles and Equipment An International Guide to the Application of EC, ECE and National Approval Schemes Motor Vehicles and Equipment: An international guide to the Application of EC, ECE and National Approval Schemes This international survey details the requirements for all manufacturers and exporters of passenger cars, goods vehicles, trailers, semi- trailers, motorcycles, safety-related and emission control equipment in over 45 countries. It is designed to provide you with the technical regulations and the knowledge you require to reduce the cost and time during the development and design stage. It will enable you to successfully export your products throughout the world, prevent product recall and expensive rework or modification, and give you a full understanding of your legal obligations. To keep you informed of key developments, an update service is available, which is available to you free of charge for the first year, after which you can renew for an annual fee. • A4 Loose-leaf with binder • Annual Subscription • ISBN 0 580 26400 9 • ISBN-13 978 0 580 26400 9 • BSI order ref TH42043 • Published by BSI Price £335 Includes regular updates Quality Service, Competitive Business: Setting the Standard in Customer Service Howard Kendall Quality Service, Competitive Business is the definitive book on how to ensure your business’s customer service operations are world-class. The book is packed with practical advice on common situations that a customer service operation might experience – whether it’s within a small, medium, or large business, or private or public sector. Real-life case studies bring the subject to life and the book provides useful material for an organization’s training and awareness programme. The book uses the current suite of customer service British Standards as a tool for showing how to put the role, leadership, and strategy of customer services into a truly business-aligned and integrated perspective, and covers every topic from business structure and organization, staff, and resources (such as hardware, software, monitoring tools, location, layout, environment) to 3rd party involvement, process implementation, and complaints handling. • A5 • 158 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2010 • ISBN 13 978 0 580 68515 6 • BSI order ref BIP 2189 • Published by BSI Price £30 Quality Service, Competitive Business: Setting the Standard in Customer Service Howard Kendall Quality Service, Competitive Business is the definitive book on how to ensure your business’s customer service operations are world-class. The book is packed with practical advice on common situations that a customer service operation might experience – whether it’s within a small, medium, or large business, or private or public sector. Real-life case studies bring the subject to life and the book provides useful material for an organization’s training and awareness programme. The book uses the current suite of customer service British Standards as a tool for showing how to put the role, leadership, and strategy of customer services into a truly business-aligned and integrated perspective, and covers every topic from business structure and organization, staff, and resources (such as hardware, software, monitoring tools, location, layout, environment) to 3rd party involvement, process implementation, and complaints handling. This edition includes BS 8477, BS ISO 10001 and BS ISO 10002 • A5 • 262 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2010 • ISBN 13 978 0 580 70922 7 • BSI order ref BIP 2208 • Published by BSI Price £308/£164.78 Member
  • To order please call BSI Customer Services on +44 (0)20 8996 9001 P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 38 Services Complaints Management: Turning Negatives into Positives Michael Hill Complaints Management: Turning negatives into positives has been designed to help any company or organization improve the effectiveness of its customer complaint processes and systems. It adheres to the principles of the complaint management standard BS ISO 10002:2004 Quality management – Customer satisfaction – Guidelines for complaints handling in organizations. The book draws on case studies from a variety of sectors, such as financial services, healthcare, not- for-profit, utilities, and the travel industry to present the reader with opportunities to reflect on good practice while realizing the underlying benefits of the standard. The book is the perfect antidote to those who think that ignoring customer dissatisfaction is a risk worth taking”. – Peter Swingler, Head of Central Complaints, London Borough of Camden • A5 • 247 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2012 • ISBN 13 978 0 580 718762 • BSI order ref BIP 2211 • Published by BSI Price £40.00 Collection: Complaints Management: Turning Negatives into Positives Michael Hill Complaints Management: Turning negatives into positives has been designed to help any company or organization improve the effectiveness of its customer complaint processes and systems. It adheres to the principles of the complaint management standard BS ISO 10002:2004 Quality management – Customer satisfaction – Guidelines for complaints handling in organizations. The book draws on case studies from a variety of sectors, such as financial services, healthcare, not- for-profit, utilities, and the travel industry to present the reader with opportunities to reflect on good practice while realizing the underlying benefits of the standard. This edition includes BS ISO 10002 and BS ISO 10003. “Michael Hill has produced a thoughtful book containing valuable insights, references, and data. I strongly support the essential premise of his thesis that complaints, feedback, and comments from citizens and consumers should be welcomed and service delivery improved from lessons learnt”. – Dr Mike Biles, Housing Ombudsman • A5 • 344 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2012 • ISBN 13 978 0 580 76553 7 • BSI order ref BIP 2222 • Published by BSI £288/£166 Member Quality in Market Research: From Theory to Practice Debrah Harding and Peter Jackson Quality in Market Research is the only book on the market to give a full analysis of ISO 20252: Market, opinion and social research, together with practical tips and guidance on how to meet the standard. It provides a thorough background to the general concept of quality and how it relates to market and social research and it covers product quality, service quality, quality assurance, implementing quality and quality standards as well as future developments. It also includes examples, models and checklists. The book is suitable for any market or social research professional. Students taking the Market Research Society Advanced Certificate or Diploma will also benefit from the contents. ‘With the latest revision to ISO 20252 there is a need for a comprehensive review of what quality is, why it matters and how to implement a formal quality management system. This is what the authors have provided’. – Richard Windle, Chairman, Market Research Quality Standards Association, UK • A5 • 222 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2012 • ISBN 13 978 0 580 70782 7 • BSI order ref BIP 2206 • Published by BSI Price £40   Raising the Standard for Collaboration: Harnessing the benefits of BS 11000 David Hawkins An introduction to the concepts and value of collaboration and BS 11000 Collaborative Business Relationships. It focuses on providing a first step to adoption and implementation. The concept of collaboration is investigated from three perspectives: Why: Looking at the benefits of a collaborative standard, opportunities and risks in the context of collaborative working. How: Exploring the benefits, structure and implementation of BS 11000. What: To explore the potential applications of the approach in ensuring the creation of business value. ‘David Hawkins has not only answered the two most important questions about the critical topic of collaboration: why? and perhaps more elusively, how? He has also advanced the state of partnering by brilliantly blending the art of relationship building with the science of management into a holistic strategy that will produce results’. – Mr John Johns, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, (Maintenance), US Department of Defense. • A5 • 266 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2013 • ISBN 13 978 0 580 78737 9 • BSI order reference 2225 • Published by BSI Price £55
  • shop.bsigroup.com P&P £5.95 (inclusive of VAT); £9.95 Rest of the World (+ VAT if applicable) – one-off charge added to the your order of 10 items or fewer. FREE P&P to BSI Subscribing Members. Pre-payment is required by non-Members. VAT is applicable to all eShop purchases and downloads, CDs, DVDs and other electronic products. All prices, content and publishing dates may be subject to change. 39 Manufacturing & Services Construction & Eurocodes FireHealth & SafetySustainabilityManagementInformation Governance Healthcare HealthcareICT Guide to European Medical Device Trials and BS EN ISO 14155 Duncan Fatz Guide to European Medical Device Trials and BS EN ISO 14155 Duncan Fatz The book explains, in clear terms, how to comply with BS EN ISO 14155:2011, which was formed by the revision and merging of BS EN ISO 14155:2009, Parts 1 and 2. It highlights the differences between the old standards and the new one and how BS EN ISO 14155 relates to other standards, directives and guidance documents for medical devices. The book describes in detail the regulations, directives and standards governing medical devices and clinical trials, including Directives 93/42/EEC and 2007/47/EC, and MEDDEV 2.7.1 Rev. 3, as well as documenting the major changes introduced by BS EN ISO 14155:2011. Following this, it describes the process of initiating, conducting and reporting on a clinical investigation, with supporting industry examples of where problems can arise. It provides an invaluable reference as to how clinical trials of medical devices should be conducted. It is an invaluable guide for new researchers and a worthy reference source for experienced researchers, whilst providing an insight into the area of clinical trials for anyone involved in the production or marketing of medical devices. • A5 • 92 pages • Hardcopy and PDF • 2012 • ISBN 13 978 0 580 66436 6 • BSI order ref BIP 0113 • Published by BSI Price £49 PS 9000 Pharmaceutical Packaging Materials CD-ROM There is an increasing importance placed on those who are involved in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals to produce packaged medicines to a consistently high standard. PS 9000 Pharmaceutical packaging materials is an application standard that contains ‘additional particular requirements’ derived from Good Manufacturing Practice. It has been developed by the Pharmaceutical Quality Group of the Institute of Quality Assurance in consultation with experts from the pharmaceutical industry. It includes the requirements text of BS EN ISO 9001:2000 and the guidelines text of BS EN ISO 9004:2000. • CD-ROM • 2001 • BSI order ref PS9000 • Published by BSI Price £158 + VAT Member Price £179 + VAT   Medical devices. Symbols to be used with medical device labels, labelling and information to be supplied. General requirements. BSI This CD Contains the 2012 edition of BS EN ISO 15223-1 Medical devices — Symbols to be used with medical device labels, labelling and information to be supplied Part 1: General requirements (ISO 15223-1:2012) and the 2011 edition of EN 15986 Symbols for use in the labelling of medical devices — Requirements for labelling of medical devices containing phthalates, together with separate graphic images of the symbols in TIF, JPEG and EPS format, which can be downloaded and reproduced easily. The figures presented in BS EN ISO 15223-1 and BS EN 15986 are TIF files and these are the definitive versions of the drawings. All other file types have been redrawn from the definitive versions. • 52 pages • CD • 2012 • ISBN 978 0 580 80346 8 • Published by BSI Price £190 + VAT Member Price £95 + VAT
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