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  • Risk BCM/1 Business continuity management BS 25999 – Business Continuity Management RM/1 Risk management BS ISO 31000 - Risk Management Very active-looking. Proposing to look at corporate governance at the moment. Business Services SVS/1 Business Services BS 11000 - Collaborative business relationships In development BS EN 16114 Management consultancy services In development Project Management MS/2 Project management BS 6079 - Project Management Working on BS ISO 21500 Project Management Sustainability SDS/1 Sustainable development Co-ordination Committee BS 8900 Guidance for managing sustainable development Working on BS ISO 26000 Social Responsibility – Guidance Marketing SVS/3 Market research BS ISO 20252 Market, opinion and social research In development (and accounting) SVS/12 Brand Valuation Services BS ISO 10668 Brand valuation In development
  • Finance IST/12 Financial services BS ISO 13616 Financial services. International bank account number (IBAN) More on the techno/security side SVS/6 Financial services BS ISO 22222 Personal financial planning. Requirements for personal financial planners On the banking side. UK BS 9222 works with ISO standard BS 8453 Financial services compliance - Framework In development Tourism Management SVS/2 Tourism services BS EN ISO 18513 Tourism services. Hotels and other types of tourism accommodation. Management SVS/0 Customer service - Fundamental principles BS 8477:2007 Code of practice for customer service QS/1 Quality management and quality assurance procedures BS ISO 9000 series
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  • Standards and Standardization by Newell Hampson-Jones, Education Sector Representative, BSI Thursday 24 February 2011
    • What are standards?
  • Before Standardization
    • c. 3000 BC – c. 1500 BC Indus Valley Civilization
      • First to develop uniform weights and measures
    • c. 80–70 BC – c. 15 BC Marcus Vitruvius Pollio
      • ‘ The first engineer’
    • 1215 Magna Carta
      • Clause 35 established consistent measures
  • The Birth of Standardization
    • Industrial Revolution
    • 1841 – Sir Joseph Whitworth
    • 1850 onwards – The birth of the railways
    • 1895 – Henry Skelton
    • 1901 – Sir John Wolfe-Barry
    Image: Tom Curtis / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
  • History of BSI 1900 2010 1929 Granted Royal Charter 1946 Founder member of ISO 1901 Engineering Standards Committee founded in London 1903 Kitemark introduced First Standards BS 1 published 1931 Renamed BSI 1959 First laboratories opened 1964 Founder Member of CEN & CENELEC
  • European Committee for Standardization   (CEN)
    • European standards body
    • Differences in process
    • Adoption by Weighted vote
  • International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
    • International (global) standards body
    • One member, one vote.
    • Final Draft International Standard
  • Types of Standard Low High Control Time Int’l Standards (ISO) European Standards (EN) Publicly Available Specifications (PAS) Private Standards British Standards (BS) Corporate Technical Specifications
  • The Standardization Process
    • Proposal for new work
    • Project acceptance
    • Drafting
    • Public Comment
    • Approval
    • Publication
    • Review
  • Impact of Standards Sources: DTI/BSI, DIN, SCC/CBC, SA, MPEG Licensing Authority, ISO/TC 96 UK – standards make annual contribution of £2.5bn to economy Germany – economic benefits of standardization represents 1% of GDP Canada – 9% of economic growth attributed to standards, 1981-2004 Australia – Standards in electrical and water industries contribute AUD 1.9bn to economy Global – MPEG-2 digital standard created USD 2.5tr worth of business Global – international crane maintenance standards have saved USD 3bn
  • How You Can Get Involved
    • Become a Committee member
    • Become a Consumer & Public Interest representative
    • Join BSI
    • Join the British Standards Society
    • Become a BSI author
    • Standards Development & Standards Proposal websites
  • http://standardsdevelopment.bsigroup.com
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  • http://standardsproposals.bsigroup.com
  • How You Can Get Involved
    • Become a Committee member
    • Become a Consumer & Public Interest representative
    • Join BSI
    • Join the British Standards Society
    • Become a BSI author
    • Standards Development & Standards Proposal websites
    • Become a user of standards
      • Standards and publications
      • Self-assessment tools
      • British Standards Online (BSOL)
  • Using Standards FirstGroup reduced energy consumption by 31% (ISO 14001) Amba Research cut information security costs by 33% (ISO/IEC 27001) LG Electronics India estimates reduced energy consumption of 22% (EN 16001) Shree Cement Ltd (SCL) reduced energy use and cost by nearly 2% (EN 16001) MERCEDES GP PETRONAS increased reliability of F1 team using British Standards Online (BSOL) Ennstone reduced employee liability insurance premiums by six-figure sum using Entropy ®
  • Testing and Certification
    • Testing
    • Snapshot in time
    • Susceptible to golden sampling
    • “ The sample submitted complied with the requirements of EN XXXX”
    • Certification
    • More than just a test
    • More than just a quality control system
    • Many certification and testing bodies in the UK
    • UKAS ( United Kingdom Accreditation Service )
  • CE and the Kitemark ®
    • CE Mark
    • CE mark demonstrates conformity to essential requirements of all applicable New Approach Directives
    • The CE marking is not a quality mark;
    • The CE marking is mandatory in the EU;
    • BSI cannot give authority to apply the CE marking;
    • It is illegal to use the CE marking on a product that is outside the scope of all the New Approach directives.
    • Kitemark
    • Is owned exclusively by BSI
    • Is issued under Licence
    • Is a 3rd party voluntary mark of quality and safety
    • The Process
    • Pre-Audit visit
    • Initial Assessment visit
    • Type Testing of new product
    • Scheme Manager reviews, ‘Type Test’ results and initial assessment report
    • Award of Kitemark
    • Continuing assessment visits
    • Audit testing
  • Useful Committees to Follow SS/2 Statistical Interpretation of Data BS 2846 Guide to statistical interpretation of data BS ISO 16269 Statistical interpretation of data
  • Useful Committees to Follow Area of Interest Committee Key Standard Risk BCM/1 Business continuity management BS 25999 Business Continuity Management RM/1 Risk management BS ISO 31000 Risk Management Business Services SVS/1 Business Services BS 11000 Collaborative business relationships BS EN 16114 Management consultancy services Project Management MS/2 Project management BS 6079 Project Management Sustainability SDS/1 Sustainable development Co-ordination Committee BS 8900 Guidance for managing sustainable development Marketing SVS/3 Market research BS ISO 20252 Market, opinion and social research (and accounting) SVS/12 Brand Valuation Services BS ISO 10668 Brand valuation
  • Useful Committees to Follow Area of Interest Committee Key Standard Finance IST/12 Financial services BS ISO 13616 Financial services. International bank account number (IBAN) SVS/6 Financial services BS ISO 22222 Personal financial planning. Requirements for personal financial planners BS 8453 Financial services compliance - Framework Tourism Management SVS/2 Tourism services BS EN ISO 18513 Tourism services. Hotels and other types of tourism accommodation. Management SVS/0 Customer service - Fundamental principles BS 8477:2007 Code of practice for customer service QS/1 Quality management and quality assurance procedures BS ISO 9000 series
  • Contact Name: Newell Hampson-Jones Title: Education Sector Representative Address: BSI 389 Chiswick High Road London W4 4AL Telephone: 020 8996 7227 / 07767 886 713 Email: [email_address] Links: www.bsigroup.com / www.bsieducation.org