Social equality is just one of thousands of areas advanced by ISO International Standards and, today, on International Women’s Day, ISO pledges to advance it even further.
Yesterday’s risk management practices are no longer adequate to deal with today’s threats and they need to evolve.
The world’s population is ageing, just like us. The new ISO/TC 314 ISO technical committee has just been formed to help!
Why do we need to manage global water resources? According to environmental scientist Dr Debbie Chapman, our health and well-being depend on it!
Bringing real and measurable benefits to almost every sector imaginable, standards underpin the technology we rely on and ensure the quality that we expect.
The US Academy of Television Arts & Sciences awarded an Emmy for outstanding achievement to the expert group responsible for High Efficiency Video Coding.
Tourism is one of the fastest developing sectors, with increasing growth for the coming years. How can International Standards contribute to this development?
In 2016, over 65.6 million people worldwide were uprooted from their homes by war and persecution. ISO Standards help develop solutions for humanitarian work.
How an adaptive, intelligent supply chain – built around standards – accelerates innovation and drives change!
Did you know ISO/IEC 17025:2005, the standard that gives requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories is being revised?
From tractors and trailers to methods for testing soils and even fish-farming, ISO Standards play an essential role in feeding the world. As pressure on land and resources increases alongside […]
Amazon is offering a refund to customers who bought counterfeit eclipse glasses to watch the solar eclipse next week. The retail giant says the glasses may not come from a […]