The World Organisation of Building Officials recognises that its members operate internationally and there are times when recognised International Standards can enhance and support this process and as such draws your attention to the following item from BSI.
A simpler global market access
In the current global landscape, trading internationally might seem more complicated than it used to be. This challenge is setting up barriers for every business with international prospects or interests.
Standards delivery simpler market access globally. While international standards from ISO and IEC are a cornerstone of the WTO rules-based trading system, BSI is adopting them and creating its own BS documents to provide a common language for trading partners.
Some of the key standards for organizations already trading globally or planning to expand into overseas markets include:
- ISO 9001 – Quality Management
- ISO 14001 – Environmental Management
- ISO 26000 – Guidance on Social Responsibility
- ISO 45001 – Occupational Health and Safety & ISO 45003 – Psychological Health and Safety
- ISO 22301 – Business continuity
- ISO 27001 – Information security
- ISO 44001 – Collaborative Business relationships
Read how these standards can help your business working internationally.
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