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Action on climate change in the latest ISOfocus

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This latest ISOfocus issue addresses these questions and lays out the range of standards for monitoring climate change, quantifying greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and promoting good practice in environmental management and design. These are just…

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New technical specification for auditors of ISO 45001

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ISO 45001, Occupational health and safety management systems – Requirements with guidance for use, made standardization history when it was published in March this year. Now, a new complementary technical specification – ISO/IEC TS 17021-10…

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New standard for facility management just published

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Increasingly complex, the global facility management (FM) market will be worth USD 1 trillion by 2025 – and that’s just that which is outsourced2). Concerned with the management, operation and maintenance of an organization’s facilities,…

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Economie circulaire : 50 mesures pour changer de modèle

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Mieux produire, mieux consommer, mieux gérer les déchets et mobiliser tous les acteurs : la feuille de route apporte des solutions opérationnelles pour répondre à ces différents défis et lancer la dynamique de l’économie circulaire…

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Saving lives with new standards for sanitation

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According to the World Health Organization (WHO), it is estimated that 2.3 billion people around the world have no access to safe, clean toilets, and where there are sanitation facilities, the waste is often not…

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Playing safe with kids’ toys

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Made for play, children’s toys are rife with potential hidden hazards ranging from sharp edges to cords or small parts, to name a few. The humble plaything can cause great harm if not designed and…

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How ISO standards support World Health Day

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Health matters, and access to health services, quality care and safe medical practices and equipment is a fundamental right for everyone, everywhere. Good health and well-being are also one of the UN Sustainable Development Goals,…

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