History of standardization

Founded in 1947 by a group of delegates from 25 countries, the 67 original technical committees of ISO came together with a unified goal of ensuring products and services are safe, reliable, and of good quality. The very first ISO standard, called “ISO/R 1:1951” – was first published in 1951 to set a standard reference […]

Investing wisely in the fight against climate change

New standards for green finance just published. Trillions of dollars. That’s the estimated amount of money it will take to reach net-zero carbon goals and mitigate climate change. Green finance, including green bonds and loans, is one way of getting there, but a lack of harmonized definitions of what constitutes “green” threatens to slow its […]

G20 leaders say standards are key to global recovery

At the Italian-hosted G20 conference held in Rome leaders of the world’s 20 biggest economies set out their ideas for human progress and called for standards to enable that journey. The leaders declaration runs to more than 20 pages. That may seem lengthy, but given the scale of the challenges it’s actually quite compact. We’ve […]

Face to face with COVID-19

Dear customers, auditors and colleagues, During this time of extreme difficulty we decided to meet the needs of companies and operators concerned by the virus COVID-19 in order to maintain their operational continuity. By putting health and safety in the first place, it will be possible to perform audits remotely. Even the remote audit, in […]

ISO 37000:2021- Governance of organizations-Guidance

This document gives guidance on the governance of organizations. It provides principles and key aspects of practices to guide governing bodies and governing groups on how to meet their responsibilities so that the organizations they govern can fulfil their purpose. It is also intended for stakeholders involved in, or impacted by, the organization and its […]

InterCert certifies FITR with ISO 37001:2017

FITR ISO 37001 Certification

FITR becomes the first certified state institution with ISO 37001:2017, the Standard for Anti-Bribery Management Systems. Its goal is to continuously and thoroughly implement a zero-tolerance policy for bribery and corruption. The fight against corruption and crime is one of the government’s top priorities, and it requires the involvement of all institutions. FITR sets a […]

IATF 16949:2016 Requirements and Quality Management System Internal Auditor Training Courses

Is organizing two two-day training courses in accordance with the standard IATF 16949:2016, IATF 16949:2016 Requirements training course and IATF 16949:2016 QMS Internal Auditor Training Course. In cooperation with BSI from Great Britain during the period 19-22 February 2018 we are organizing two-day Requirements and Internal Auditor training courses according to IATF 16949:2016. The British Standards Institution is accredited by IATF (International Automotive […]

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