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ISO in brief
ISO is the International Organization for Standardiza tion. ISO has a membership of 164* national standards bodies from countries large and small, industrialized, developing and in transition, in all regions of the world. ISO’s portfolio of over 19 200* standards provides business, government and society with practical tools for all three dimensions of sustainable development: economic, environmental and social. ISO standards make a positive contribution to the world we live in. They facilitate trade, spread know ledge, disseminate innovative advances in technology, and share good management and conformity assess ment practices. ISO standards provide solutions and achieve benefits for almost all sectors of activity, including agriculture, construction, mechanical engineering, manufactur ing, distribution, transport, healthcare, information and communication technologies, the environment, energy, safety and security, quality management, and services. ISO only develops standards for which there is a clear market requirement. The work is carried out by experts in the subject drawn directly from the industrial, technical and business sectors that have identified the need for the standard, and which subsequently put the standard to use. These experts may be joined by others with relevant knowledge, such as representatives of government agencies, testing laboratories, consumer associations and academia, and by international governmental and nongovernmental organizations. An ISO International Standard represents a global consensus on the state of the art in the subject of that standard.
ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is the developer and publisher of more than 19 200 voluntary International Standards bringing benefits for business, government and society.
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