Business Standards International (BSI)
Definition - What does Business Standards International (BSI) mean?
Business Standards International (BSI) is a global service provider who's main function is the production of business standards across a range of industries. Standards are written guidelines, specifications, definitions and codes of practices. Business Standards International undergo an intense period of consultation with all stakeholders, including business, industry, government and consumers, when formulating standards.
Safeopedia explains Business Standards International (BSI)
Business Standards International were formed in 1901 under the guise of the London based Engineering Standards Committee. Over the next century the organization grew, undergoing a series of name changes in the process. The company achieved Royal Charter status in 1929. After acquiring a number of other companies, the name was changed to the Business Standards International (BSI) Group in 1998.
The BSI group now operates in 150 countries.
- International Standard Organization (ISO)
- American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
- National Institute of Standards and Technology
- International Certificate in Construction Health and Safety
- International Diploma in Occupational Health & Safety
- World Trade Organization (WTO)
- Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology (IEST)
- National Information Standard
- American Society of Quality (ASQ)