BSI's Identity Card

PARTNER
  • Share knowledge, foster innovation and instill best practice
  • Create and publish standards underpinned by a collaborative, multi-stakeholder consensus-based approach, engaging with industry experts, government bodies, trade associations, academia, businesses of all sizes, consumer representatives and all relevant stakeholder groups.
  • Encourage the use of standards to improve the quality and safety of products, services and systems
  • Represents UK interests into European and international standards organizations
  • Advise UK Government on how standards can be used to help deliver policy objectives
  • Provide technical assistance to regional and national standards bodies across the globe to enable the increase in uptake of standards by the public and private sector to inspire trust, facilitate trade, accelerate change and economic growth, and achieve their SDGs.

British Standard Institution (BSI), the UK’s National Standards Body (NSB), represents UK interests in international and regional standards development organisations. It helps to improve the quality and safety of products, services and systems by enabling the creation of standards and encouraging their use across all sectors. We publish over 3,100 standards each year, underpinned by a collaborative approach, engaging with industry experts, government bodies, trade associations, businesses of all sizes and consumers to develop standards that reflect good business practice, protect consumers and facilitate international trade. BSI also has a strong international interest in supporting standardization in developing countries, we co-ordinate the Commonwealth Standards Network, comprising some 52 NSBs.