A registered certification mark owned and awarded by the British Standards Institution (BSI) which symbolises standardisation, quality and safety, not just to the general public but also to businesses. The term is widely used in official and unofficial NHS communications as an adjective, noun and verb.
LONDON, May 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The British film industry, in conjunction with BSI, is taking the lead in the global entertainment market with the announcement at the Cannes Film Festival of a new British Standard that will improve the industry's environmental, social and economic impact.
In these days of disposable interchangeable connectors and tubing for breathing attachments, it is perhaps difficult to imagine the heavy, reusable breathing attachments and tubing in use in anaesthetic rooms and theatres prior to the implementation of the British Standard 3849 published in 1965.
Your local crime prevention officer will be able to assist in helping choose which system most suits your needs and they will have information of reputable installers who have attained the necessary British Standard.
Summary: As part of its efforts in raising the bar on operations and services across all areas of its jurisdiction, the Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority (ADFCA) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the British Standards Institution (BSI) Management Systems in Abu Dhabi.
A VESSEL at Corus's Lackenby site, in which a 29-year-old man was hit on the head by a metal bar causing fatal injuries, did not comply with safety regulations set out by British Standards, an inquest heard yesterday.
The company was awarded the ISO4001 by the British Standards Institute for its environmental management practices, which include reducing energy consumption in the 365,000 sq ft warehouse and minimising its customers' carbon footprint through reduced empty mileage running.
BSI British Standards has recently put in place a new national standard for child resistant packaging for medicines in non-reclosable containers and the Medicines Control Agency (MCA) proposes to incorporate this standard into UK law.