Standardization is International Objective to Act Globally
ISO is the International Organization for Standardization. It has a membership of span of 160 national standards institutes from countries developed and developing, big and small in all regions of the world. ISO’s portfolio of more than 18000 standards provides practical tools for all three dimensions of sustainable development of economic, environmental and societal. An ISO standardization benchmark for business, society, and government as a whole make a positive impact and contribution to the world we live in. There are essential to ensure vital features such as quality, conformity, reliability, compatibility, interchangeability, efficiency, effectiveness, ecology, safety, advancement, up gradation, economy.
ISO facilitates trade, spread knowledge, share technological advances and management practices. Therefore ISO develops only those standards that are required by the market. This work is carried out by experts, A loan from industrial, technical, and business sectors which have asked for the standards and which subsequently put them to use. These experts jointly with relevant knowledge such as representatives of government agencies, testing laboratories, consumer associations, and academia and by non-governmental or other stakeholder organizations that have a specific interest in the issues addressed in the standards. ISO standards represent an international consensus on the state of art in the technology or good practice concerned.