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Standards andStandardizationby Newell Hampson-Jones, Education Sector Representative, BSIFriday, April 20, 2012
2What are standards?              © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
3Before Standardization• c. 3000 BC – c. 1500 BC Indus Valley Civilization    First to develop uniform weights and measur...
4                The Birth of Standardization                • Industrial Revolution                • 1841 – Sir Joseph Wh...
5       History of BSI                                          Renamed BSI                                            193...
European Committee forStandardization (CEN)• European standards body• Differences in process• Adoption by Weighted vote   ...
InternationalOrganization forStandardization (ISO)  • International (global)    standards body  • One member, one vote.  •...
8      Types of Standard                                 Int’l                              Standards                     ...
9The Standardization Process• Proposal for new work• Project acceptance• Drafting• Public Comment• Approval• Publication• ...
10Impact of StandardsUK – standards make           Canada – 9% of                        Global – MPEG-2annual contributio...
11How You Can Get Involved• Become a Committee member• Become a Consumer & Public Interest representative• Join BSI• Join ...
12http://standardsdevelopment.bsigroup.com                      © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
© The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
http://standardsproposals.bsigroup.com                 © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
15How You Can Get Involved• Become a Committee member• Become a Consumer & Public Interest representative• Join BSI• Join ...
British Standards Online…     British Standards Online                          © The British Standards Institution 2010 w...
17Using Standards    FirstGroup reduced energy          Shree Cement Ltd (SCL) reduced        consumption by 31%          ...
18Testing and CertificationTesting                   Certification• Snapshot in time        • More than just a test• Susce...
CE and the Kitemark®CE Mark                            Kitemark• CE mark demonstrates             • Is owned exclusively b...
20 Useful Committees to FollowSS/2 Statistical Interpretation of DataBS 2846           Guide to statistical interpretation...
Useful Committees to FollowCommittee                                         Key StandardIST/5 Programming languages, thei...
Other Useful Web StandardsPAS 124:2008Defining, implementing and managing website standards: A statement ofbest practice.P...
23Thank you for your attention                    © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
24Contact       Name: Newell Hampson-Jones        Title: Education Sector Representative    Address: BSI                38...
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    1. 1. Standards andStandardizationby Newell Hampson-Jones, Education Sector Representative, BSIFriday, April 20, 2012
    2. 2. 2What are standards? © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    3. 3. 3Before 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 British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    4. 4. 4 The Birth of Standardization • Industrial Revolution • 1841 – Sir Joseph Whitworth • 1850 onwards – The birth of the railways • 1895 – Henry Skelton • 1901 – Sir John Wolfe-BarryImage: Tom Curtis / FreeDigitalPhotos.net © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    5. 5. 5 History of BSI Renamed BSI 1931 Kitemark introduced First Standards BS 1 published First laboratories opened 1903 19591900 2010 1901 1946 Engineering Standards Founder member of ISO Committee founded in London 1964 1929 Founder Member of Granted Royal Charter CEN & CENELEC © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    6. 6. European Committee forStandardization (CEN)• European standards body• Differences in process• Adoption by Weighted vote © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    7. 7. InternationalOrganization forStandardization (ISO) • International (global) standards body • One member, one vote. • Final Draft International Standard © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    8. 8. 8 Types of Standard Int’l Standards (ISO) European Standards (EN) Co e Tim ntr British Standards (BS) ol Publicly Available Specifications (PAS) Private Standards Corporate Technical SpecificationsLow High © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    9. 9. 9The Standardization Process• Proposal for new work• Project acceptance• Drafting• Public Comment• Approval• Publication• Review © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    10. 10. 10Impact of StandardsUK – standards make Canada – 9% of Global – MPEG-2annual contribution of economic growth digital standard £2.5bn to economy attributed to standards, created USD 2.5tr 1981-2004 worth of businessGermany – economic Australia – Standards Global – international benefits of in electrical and water crane maintenance standardization industries contribute standards haverepresents 1% of GDP AUD 1.9bn to economy saved USD 3bn Sources: DTI/BSI, DIN, SCC/CBC, SA, MPEG Licensing Authority, ISO/TC 96 © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    11. 11. 11How 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 © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    12. 12. 12http://standardsdevelopment.bsigroup.com © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    13. 13. © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    14. 14. http://standardsproposals.bsigroup.com © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    15. 15. 15How 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) © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    16. 16. British Standards Online… British Standards Online © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    17. 17. 17Using Standards FirstGroup reduced energy Shree Cement Ltd (SCL) reduced consumption by 31% energy use and cost by nearly 2% (ISO 14001) (EN 16001)Ennstone reduced employee liability MERCEDES GP PETRONAS insurance premiums by increased reliability of F1 team using six-figure sum using Entropy® British Standards Online (BSOL) LG Electronics India estimates Amba Research cut informationreduced energy consumption of 22% security costs by 33% (EN 16001) (ISO/IEC 27001) © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    18. 18. 18Testing and CertificationTesting Certification• Snapshot in time • More than just a test• Susceptible to • More than just a golden sampling quality control system• “The sample • Many certification and submitted complied testing bodies in the UK with the requirements • UKAS ( of EN XXXX” United Kingdom Accreditation ) © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    19. 19. CE and the Kitemark®CE Mark Kitemark• CE mark demonstrates • Is owned exclusively by BSI conformity to essential • Is issued under Licence requirements of all applicable • Is a 3rd party voluntary mark New Approach Directives of quality and safety• The CE marking is not a quality mark; The Process• The CE marking is mandatory • Pre-Audit visit in the EU; • Initial Assessment visit• BSI cannot give authority to • Type Testing of new product apply the CE marking; • Scheme Manager reviews,• It is illegal to use the CE ‘Type Test’ results and initial marking on a product that is assessment report outside the scope of all the • Award of Kitemark New Approach directives. • Continuing assessment visits • Audit testing © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    20. 20. 20 Useful Committees to FollowSS/2 Statistical Interpretation of DataBS 2846 Guide to statistical interpretation of dataBS ISO 16269 Statistical interpretation of data © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    21. 21. Useful Committees to FollowCommittee Key StandardIST/5 Programming languages, their environments BS ISO/IEC 23270:2003 Information technology. C# Language and system software interfaces Specification BS ISO/IEC 23026:2006 Software engineering. Recommended practiceIST/15 Software and systems engineering for the internet. Web site engineering, web site management, and web site life cycleIST/37 Coding of picture, audio, multimedia and BS ISO/IEC 21000-7:2004 Information technology. Multimedia hypermedia information framework (MPEG-21). Digital item adaptationIST/43 Information technology for learning, BS 8426:2003 A code of practice for e-support in e-learning systems education and trainingIST/45 Web Accessibility BS 8878:2010 Web accessibility. Code of practicePH/9 Applied ergonomics BS EN ISO 9241-151:2008 Ergonomics of human-system interaction. Guidance on World Wide Web user interfaces © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    22. 22. Other Useful Web StandardsPAS 124:2008Defining, implementing and managing website standards: A statement ofbest practice.PAS 74:2008Internet safety. Access control systems for the protection of children online.Specification © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    23. 23. 23Thank you for your attention © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
    24. 24. 24Contact 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: newell.hampson-jones@bsigroup.com Links: www.bsigroup.com / www.bsieducation.org © The British Standards Institution 2010 www.bsigroup.com
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