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  3. Look forward to your comments on version 1 of the community face covering specification.
  4. Version 1 of BSI Flex 5555 Community face covering specification is now available to download on the following link: Alternatively, you may also download the document here. BSi_Flex_5555_v1.pdf
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  6. Date and time: Wednesday, 13 January, 10am -12pm Trinidad (4pm-5pm GMT) For more information and registration:
  7. Date: 12 January, 2021 at 12pm (ET) 5pm (GMT) For more information and registration:
  8. A week long series of free webinars has been organised to provide a multi-sector view of the collective challenges that must be met to reach the net zero carbon emissions target by 2050. Date: 18-21 January, 2021 For more information and registration:
  9. Binu Merin Jacob

    BSI: Net Zero Week

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  16. BSI has worked with a wide range of experts to produce PD ISO/PAS 45005:2020 Occupational health and safety management — General guidelines for safe working during the COVID-19 pandemic. These guidelines help organizations adjust the way they work during the pandemic to protect workers and the people they come into contact with. The new guidelines provides practical recommendations on how to manage a safe return to work including: best practice and accurate advice based on current knowledge and lessons learned practical examples and guidance on preparing a rapid response plan
  17. The Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) in partnerhip with the CSN recently produced 24,000 illustrated guidelines on best practices for the handling and processing of five different types of fish. The guidelines were produced for the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries (MAAIF) to aid fishermen and fish exporters on handling process to improve the quality and boost the fish exports. Download to read in full. Press release_ UNBS Produces 24,000 Illustrated Guidelines To Improve The Quality Of Fishery Products.docx
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  23. Sub-standard textile products leading to production of poor quality garments or clothing must be a concern for all Governments. Clothing is a need therefore, human beings cannot afford to allow them to be produced from low-quality textile products that will only create all sorts of problems including financial, health and environmental. This project by TTBS is an interesting one and we look forward to its successful completion!
  24. This webinar will discuss the following: understanding value chain risk as a result of external shocks and emerging mega-trend rethinking existing approaches to international production and global sourcing? improving resilience of their global footprint building resilience through policy and international cooperation and good practices For more info, registration or live streaming: Date and time: 15 Dec, 3om-4:30pm (CET)
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