Kitemark


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Kitemark

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.
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The firm said the British Standards Institution (BSI) Kitemark certification is the "international benchmark" for excellence in digital engineering and project delivery.
Release date- 29072019 - Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, has become the first dedicated engineering consultancy in the UK to transition to the BIM Kitemark which incorporates the new international standards ISO 19650 (parts 1 and 2); achieved through the BSI (British Standards Institution).
BIM Level 2 Kitemark is said to be the benchmark in best practice, consolidating all project and asset information, documentation, and data at the design and construction phases of a project using BIM processes.
"As the first company to achieve the BSI Cable Batch Verification Kitemark, Eland Cables sets a new benchmark in cable compliance.
Earlier this year, the centre was named runner up in the BSI Kitemark Excellence at the British Bodyshop Awards - one of the most prestigious ceremonies within the accident repair industry.
BSI, which issues the official smoke alarm Kitemark says "whatever technology type is used, the alarm gives adequate warning when there is a real fire".
Devolo, the company which makes them, said they passed current Kitemark regulations.
"e PQASSO kitemark gives us an external veri-cation of the quality and credibility of our organisation that is both timely and authoritative."
He's almost a kitemark of authority and importance.