Projects need more cross-functional teams
A recent study published in the Harvard Business Review found, alarmingly, that 75% of cross-functional teams were dysfunctional without proper governance.?
Here are five ways to get involved in?developing standards into something that makes change. You’ll also be able to collaborate with other like-minded industry experts, who want to make a difference too.
In June 2019, the UK Government committed to a remarkable, and necessary, plan: to slash the UK's carbon emissions to net zero by 2050. Making housing more energy efficient will be key.
Chris Smith-Wong, BSI’s fire standards PM, gives you a brief overview of all the updates happening to key fire standards like BS 5839-6:2019 (covering fire detection and alarm systems) and the latest with the development of BS 8484.
Transformers' prime position role in our power supply means they're a key component that needs to continue functioning safely and optimally. What do transformers actually do and how do we test them for quality?
Seen surrounding sports courts, farmers' fields and city parks, chain link fences keep land and property private and protected.?How are these chain link fences made and erected to keep intruders out and let the sunlight in?
The Knowledge Centre team bring?you their latest blog covering the 'Scope' and the 'Introduction' of a?standard:?two key?places for understanding what a standard does and doesn't cover,.
The revised standard BS EN 14683:2019,?Medical face masks – Requirements and test methods, is an important step in protecting patient health.?
Sudden shocks such as floods and long-term stresses can really take their toll on a city's people and businesses. A new standard offers practical guidance and tools.
A revised international standard, BS ISO 516:2019,?Camera shutters — Timing — General definition and mechanical shutter measurements,?is a guide to understanding shutter speed requirements.