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BSI (British Standards Institution)

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Most recent articles relating to BSI (British Standards Institution);

BSI code for FM briefing

BS 8536:2010 Facility Management Briefing Code of Practice is the new British Standard to ensure the design process takes account of the expected performance of the facility in use.


Flying the Kitemark

The new Kitemark scheme for Energy Reduction Verification provides organisations with a cost effective route to demonstrate and certify reductions in energy use to meet the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme


The right environment for ‘cultural collections’

A new specification for environmental conditions for cultural collections in the UK is being developed by BSI. Called PAS 198, it is scheduled for publication in May 2011.


Collaborative business relationships – BSI consultation

The draft British Standard BS 11000 Collaborative business relationships is now out for public consultation. This standard builds upon the successful PAS 11000, the framework specification for supporting collaborative business partnering.


First certifications for PAS11000

Five leading companies in the defence, aviation and support services sectors have become the first in the UK to be awarded a new certification highlighting their leading role in partnering.


BSI Code on accessible buildings published

BSI British Standards has published BS 8300: 2009 Design of buildings and their approaches to meet the needs of disabled people, a Code of Practice on the design of new buildings and adaptation of existing buildings to make them more accessible.


Consultation on standard for disabled access

BSI British Standards is inviting comments on its new draft standard on access to buildings for disabled people which will inform the design or modifation of domestic and non-domestic buildings, car parking, access routes, entrances and interiors.


First company achieves removal standard PAS 126

Exclusive Move Solutions (EMS) have become the first removals company in the UK to achieve accreditation to the recently introduced PAS 126 Quality Standard for the Commercial Moving Industry. The PAS (Publicly Available Standard) is expected to be upgraded to the status of a full national standard (BS) by the end of the year.