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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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[beaucoup moins que]De meme que les drapeaux bleus servent pour signifier que les plages sont propres, ou d'autres signalisations indiquent que la destination est respectueuse de l'environnement, un systeme kitemark est certainement possible pour montrer qu'une destination, un hotel ou un aeroport sont surs[beaucoup plus grand que], a-t-il souligne.
A NEW Kitemark launched today gives the stamp of approval to websites and apps that offer secure digital transactions.
"The positive incentive a kitemark would give would ultimately help to validate an
The guide has been drawn up by the kitemark people at the British Standards Institute.
The British Standards Institute - who give kitemarks to approved products - are to set a maximum decibel level for toys that squeak or make high- pitched electronic sounds.
Programme makers want phone-ins given regular audits and kitemarks to reassure the public.
A spokesman for the BSI - who give kitemarks to approved products - said: "Yapping puppies and squeezy toys may be entertaining to a toddler but they could be damaging to a baby's ears if held close."
BSI, the business standards company, this week launched the BSI Kitemark for BIM (Building Information Modelling) Level 2 to help organisations demonstrate that they can deliver infrastructure projects that meet the requirements of the UK Governments condition of contract.
BSI, the business standards company, developed the Kitemark for Secure Digital Transactions after research showed major concerns about financial and personal details when carrying out transactions.
The first product to pass stringent simplicity tests and receive the new BSI financial products kitemark is a fixed-term life insurance policy from Barclays, underwritten by Aviva.
Mr Straw has given the industry a chance to clean up its act with a kitemark scheme so that we as parents know which internet service providers are the safest for our families.