Unit 10 Assignment Examine Real-World Applications of Security Standards and Compliance Laws ISO was founded in 1947 but it began in 1946 where delegates from 25 countries met at the Institute of Civil Engineers in London. They decided to create a new international organization to help the international coordination and unification of industrial standards. ISO has since published over 19,500 International Standards covering most aspects of technology and manufacturing. Real-World Applications of ISO
ISO standards and food
ISO Standards create confidence in the products we eat or drink by ensuring the world uses the same recipe when it comes to food quality, safety and efficiency. ISO’s standards provide a platform for developing practical tools through common understanding and cooperation with all stakeholders on board. From agricultural producers, to food manufactures, laboratories, regulators, consumers etc. Out of more than 19, 500 ISO international standards some 1,000 are specifically dedicated to food, and deal with subjects as diverse as agricultural machinery, logistics, transportation, manufacturing, labeling, packaging and storage. ISO standards and water
ISO provides global tools to help us manage our shared water resources equitably and durably. ISO water standards build confidence through consensus0based global solutions for good business practice, management of resources, risk assessment, metrics and infrastructure. They facilitate sustainable water management and increase water potential, helping alleviate water scarcity and contributing to achieving the UN’s Millennium Development Goals. ISO standards and sustainable development
In 1992 Rio de Janeiro’s conference put sustainable development clearly on the political agenda. In 2012 (20 years later) at the Rio+20 event the international community met again to discuss these issues and drive progress forward. Many of ISO’s 19,500 standards can help businesses and...
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