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BSI Group

BSI Group An organization that has grown out of the British Standards Institution, founded in 1901 and the recognized authority in the UK for the preparation and publication of national standards for industrial and consumer products. It represents the UK at ISO and European standards meetings. The Group has extended far beyond its original remit of developing and promulgating standards in the UK and is now active internationally in certification, inspection, and standards publication.

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