British Standards Institution


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British Standards Institution

A national organization (corresponding to the American National Standards Institute and the American Society for Testing Materials) which establishes and publishes standard specifications.
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[36.] BS EN 206-1: 2000, Concrete- Part 1: Specification, Performance, Production and Conformity, British Standards Institution, London.
The other lay canons are Chester College principal professor Timothy Wheeler, Bishops High School governor David Blackmore, and Stephen Marriott, a previous director of the British Standards Institution who now works as the diocesan secretary.
I have the patents, medical licence and British Standards Institution CE approval.
The agency has been given the coveted British Standards Institution (BSI) ISO 14001 award, which is considered globally to be the benchmark of environmental excellence.
The British Standards Institution has just produced a new kit of standards on software process assessment and quality.
A new trade association will help to regulate the multi-billion pound business and an application is being made to the British Standards Institution for products to carry a kite mark.
R&D Rubber Molding has been awarded ISO 9002 certification from the British Standards Institution.
The British Racing School at Newmarket has been singled out for special recognition by the British Standards Institution after gaining its ISO 9000 registration, and the Northern Racing College at Doncaster has been successfully re-accredited under the Government's Investors in People award.
Sports Minister Kate Hoey has ordered the English Football Association and the British Standards Institution (BSI) to improve standards after a series of deaths caused by goalposts toppling over.
The British Standards Institution hosted the launch of the international series of environmental management standards known as the ISO 14000 series towards the end of 1996.
The packs, made by Tuta laboratories, cost less than bags which have passed a British Standards Institution quality test.
In January, four experts representing the British Standards Institution hosted a two day ISO Technical Committee meeting.

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