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  1. Join BSI’s Quentin Dunstan to explore the key insights from the BSI Organizational Resilience Index Report 2021, which highlights results from more than 500 global business leaders how they survived, stabilized, rebuilt and thrived in 2020, a year that tested resilience more than any other. The report is also a unique benchmarking tool that can help leaders discover how resilient their organizations really are. For more information and to register, please click here: https://www.bsigroup.com/en-GB/our-services/events/webinars/2021/how-do-leaders-build-resilient-organizations/
  2. The Executive Summary and the full document on the role of standards in supporting policy can be accessed here; https://www.commonwealthstandards.net/library/csn-publications/
  3. CSN eLearning Modules 4 & 5 are now available on the portal. Please click on the following links to complete the course: CSN eLearning Module 4: Safe working during the COVID-19 pandemic – General guidelines for organisations CSN eLearning Module 5: Business Continuity Management Systems
  4. Please share your queries and comments here about the trade impacts of COVID-19 and your thoughts on supporting recovery and resilience in your countries:
  5. The Aid-for-Trade Stocktaking Event will assess the trade impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and make the case to mobilise Aid-for-Trade financing to support recovery and foster resilience. Click here for more information bout the agenda: https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/devel_e/a4t_e/gr21_e/gr21_e.htm Click here to watch the live webcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRGJC0QriuM
  6. A comprehensive research paper by Standards Australia highlights the benefits of standardisation to the Australian Economy. To read the report please click here: https://www.standards.org.au/StandardAU/Media/SA-Archive/OurOrganisation/News/Documents/Economic-Benefits-of-Standardisation.pdf
  7. The ISO member for Singapore, SSC Enterprise Singapore, has published research showing how standards improve transparency, quality and trust in the maritime sector. Click here to read more: https://www.iso.org/news/ref2640.html
  8. Standards play an important in supporting economic growth through their role in boosting productivity and innovation. Here's a link to the comprehensive report that provides an in-depth analysis of the economic benefits of standards within the UK economy: https://www.bsigroup.com/LocalFiles/en-GB/standards/BSI-standards-research-report-https://www.bsigroup.com/LocalFiles/en-GB/standards/BSI-standards-research-report-The-Economic-Contribution-of-Standards-to-the-UK-Economy-UK-EN.pdf-UK-EN.pdf
  9. ISO/TC 304 has been created to conduct standardization in the field of healthcare organization management. A series of virtual sessions are being organized for developing countries to create awareness around TC 304 and to train on key elements about ISO, its standard development process and how to participate efficiently. These sessions will help experts and delegates from developing countries to be better prepared for the upcoming virtual meetings of TC 304 and make their vouces heard. For more information and to register for the first in the series of workshops, please click here: https
  10. Cen-Cenelec is organising a one-day interactive workshop on Thursday 17 March, to give participants a better understanding of the need for good practices to make PPE more sustainable. For more information and to register, please click here: https://www.cencenelec.eu/News/Events/Pages/EV-2021-21.aspx
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  12. https://www.iso.org/capacity-building-tc304.html
  13. Coinciding with the World Consumer Rights Day, BSI has launched a 'Consumers and standards' podcast series today, in association with CPIN, the independent consumer and public interest network.The first episode in the series features Helena Leurent, Director General of Consumers International - the organization behind World Consumer Rights Day. In the podcast, she talks about this year's theme around "No Plastic Pollution" and the important role of international standards in delivering consumer rights. To listen to the podcast, click here: https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/bsigroup/epis
  14. https://www.bsigroup.com/en-GB/our-services/events/webinars/2021/how-do-leaders-build-resilient-organizations/
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