Standards are meant for all and made among all of us.
Find out how they contribute to your industry.
Standards are strategic allies for small and medium enterprises, as they bring together proven results from technological research and development, and are a recognized tool for the transfer of knowledge.
Products made according to standards are more suitable, safer, better quality and include information to guide the consumer, ensuring their compatibility and the availability of spare parts that extend their life cycle.
Standards protect us all and are used everywhere.
They serve as a compliance base for organizations to increase confidence with their valued audiences, about their products, processes and services. Improving customer satisfaction is currently a business priority.
Consumers obtain peace of mind and safety, as standards protect us from hazards that may affect both health and property, as well as the environment (fire, explosions, chemicals, radiation and electricity).
Standards provide specifications to ensure that products and services will work the way you expect them to.
Each productive sector has its own reality and needs, and there are standards for each of them that respond to those demands.
Business chambers can offer their members a set of valuable documents as a solution to their requirements, while improving processes, productivity and competitiveness of companies in their sector.
The standards thus strengthen the institutional image of the chambers and their reputation in the eyes of their members, the government and the trade unions.
The standards combine the international best practices and serve as a vehicle for the dissemination of innovative technologies. They provide students with competitive tools that they can use in their professional activities, and also provide teachers with resources to enrich the transfer of knowledge.
Standards and public policies often have similar objectives: to establish safety requirements, to improve competitiveness and economic efficiency, and to facilitate trade.
In so doing, standards are helpful tools for the development of public policy, since they allow authorities to comply with the obligations of the World Trade Organization (WTO) member countries and reduce related technical barriers.
The standards contribute to the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) by providing guidelines for best practice management for each discipline in an equitable, transparent, competitive and cost-effective manner.
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