Standards help people, organisations and the economy. 12,200 volunteer standards-makers are already assisting the BSI committee, but the organisation is currently on the lookout to fill a number of industry vacancies. Being a standards-maker is a voluntary role. The amount of commitment varies and some of the work is done online and via email, but most standards-making groups meet at least a few times each year.
By becoming a standards-maker, you could help to:
- take innovations and new technologies to scale
- increase sustainability and transparency in the supply chain
- make where we work and the products we use better and safer
- improve how organisations are managed to reduce risk and increase resilience
- make safer products for children better
- steer your industry towards growth
- improve consumer services like finance and energy.
- B/538 Doors, windows, shutters, hardware and curtain walling
- CPL/34/4 Luminaires
- EH/3 Water quality
- EH/3/2 Physical chemical and biochemical methods
- FW/6 Flammability performance and fire tests for furniture
- GEL/111 Electrotechnical environment committee
- GME/21/5 Mechanical vibration, shock and condition monitoring – Vibration of machines (on 2019.01.15)
- ISE/101/5 Indentation hardness testing
- PRI/82 Thermoplastic materials
- SS/7 General metrology, quantities, units and symbols
- 34/790/AC WG 19; Horticultural Lighting – Call for experts
The BMTA is a nominating body for the BSI committee. Contact us to find out if you can help in the above industries by emailing: email@example.com
Alternatively, visit Become a Standard’s Maker on the BSI website for more information.