British Standards Institution
BSI is the acronym for British Standards Institution.
Established in 1901, BSI is the UK’s national standards body responsible for developing and maintaining British Standards. BSI produces technical standards on a wide range of products and services and also supplies certification and standards-related services to businesses. These standards ensure quality, safety, and efficiency in multiple industries, providing guidance for best practices in various aspects of business operations. BSI’s role extends beyond the UK as it also represents the country’s interests in international standardization organizations, including the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the European Committee for Standardization (CEN).
- Abbreviation: BSI
- Source: British Standards Institution