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BSI Education Podcast Join Matthew Chiles and Cindy Parokkil - and their guests along the way - as they podcast about the stories behind the standards. Standards make life better for everyone. They affect every part of our daily lives – from our work experiences to our personal choices. Whether we’re trying to choose a smartphone or protect our company from cyber-attack, standards make it easier to make good choices. They also help governments to make better decisions, and make organizations ...
 
Got a question about Kink? Just Curious about what the Kink Lifestyle has to offer you? Listen to the Kinky & Curious Podcast with Barak & Sheba, as we answer all kinds of questions about what it is that we do. You never know what topics will come up or what kind of kinky things will go down! Join us for some fun, some facts, and some frivolity!
 
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Episode 39. Standards and international trade. In this episode we speak to Erik Wijkstrom from the World Trade Organization and BSI’s Frank Faraday about the important relationship between standards, international trade, and trade agreements. Oh, and Peruvian sardines. And Harry Potter. The internationalist BSI Education Podcast is hosted by Matthe…
 
In this episode of BS'ing with Sean K, Sean Kneese talks to comedian, performance artist, improviser and improv teacher: Sunny Atwall. Sunny has over a decade’s worth of public speaking experience. He is a former State Champion in poetry. He has written, acted, and produced several shows for the Indy Fringe festival as well as his own 45 minute Sol…
 
Episode 38. The Standards Experience is a new exhibition for visitors to explore how consensus standards are made and to learn how to participate in shaping standards for the future, hosted at the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE). In this episode we speak to BSI Director-General of Standards Scott Steedman about the exhibition’s theme - #TheFut…
 
Episode 37. This is an episode about standards and pavements, and in particular an important highways engineering standard - BS 7533-101. But it's also a story of patience, perseverance and the power of consensus in standards-making, as told by two of the people involved - Tim Yates of BRE Group and Richard Scrivener of Arup. The BSI Education Podc…
 
Episode 36. BSI Standards Awards. In this episode we speak to Gracia Molaso about this annual celebration standards, and the people who make and use standards. And also to Irina Brass from UCL, a previous Award winner for the education category, about what winning meant to her and her university. bsigroup.com/standardsawards. The award-aspiring BSI…
 
Part of the BSI Education Podcast - Consumers and standards series in association with CPIN - the consumer and public interest network. bsigroup.com/consumers. Consumers have a right to safety when using products and services. The Grenfell Tower fire, the Whirlpool tumble dryer recall and exploding Samsung Galaxy Note batteries have shown that, whe…
 
Episode 34. Standards at the Olympics. To coincide with Tokyo 2020, we take a look at some of the standards involved in the only 5 sports to have appeared at every Olympic Summer Games in the modern era – athletics, gymnastics, cycling, swimming, and…….well, listen to find out. It’s not an obvious one, that’s for sure! And we also throw in generous…
 
Episode 33. In this episode we tackle some of the issues associated with Standards and Brexit - including BSI's CEN/CENELEC membership, harmonized and designated standards, and the Northern Ireland Protocol - with our guest Richard Collin, BSI’s Head of National and European Policy. The BSI Education Podcast is hosted by Matthew Chiles and Cindy Pa…
 
In this episode of BS'ing with Sean K, Sean Kneese talks to musician and activist Rostafa about Juneteenth, July 4th, gentrification, Black Lives Matter, and more with musician and activist Rostafa. Rostafa also talks about the second annual Kemit Music Festival, which he is the founder of. This year it falls on July 31th and will take place at the…
 
Episode 32. In this episode we bring you a brief history of standards – from Ancient Greece to Artificial Intelligence - with some little detours and deviations along the way, including the story of the humble shipping container and the debut of our new feature – My Favourite Standard. This episode is essential listening for those new to the world …
 
NEW TRAILER! To celebrate our first anniversary (woohoo!), we thought we'd take the opportunity to thank everyone who has helped us to get this far, and to reintroduce what the podcast is all about. The BSI Education Podcast is hosted by Matthew Chiles and Cindy Parokkil. #bsiedpod. education@bsigroup.com. bsigroup.com/education.…
 
Episode 31. In this episode we hear from Sahar Danesh, BSI Government Engagement Manager. We talk about the important relationship between standards and government, and how standards can support better policymaking. The BSI Education Podcast is hosted by Matthew Chiles and Cindy Parokkil. #bsiedpod. education@bsigroup.com. bsigroup.com/education.…
 
In this episode of BS’ing with Sean K , Sean Kneese talks to activists Awdah Al-hathalean and Sam Stein about Gaza, Sheikh Jarah, The West Bank and the struggle for Palestinian rights. Awdah and Sam met while Sam was with a group called Jewish Center for Non-Violence. He stayed with Awdah in his home in the Palestinian village of El Kherson for sev…
 
Part of the BSI Education Podcast - Consumers and standards series - in association with CPIN - the consumer and public interest network. Vulnerability has risen up the consumer protection agenda in recent years. The UN Guidelines for Consumer Protection, revised in 2015, cite the protection of vulnerable and disadvantaged consumers as a key princi…
 
Episode 29. Organizations can use standards to design and implement quality management systems and processes without the need for third-party certification against those standards. Some organizations, however, choose to certify against standards. In this episode we hear from Fiona Linton - Information Security and Business Continuity Manager at e.s…
 
Episode 28. The aim of the Commonwealth Standards Network (CSN) is to facilitate Commonwealth trade and poverty reduction through the increased use of international standards. In this episode we hear from: Peter Sissons, BSI Head of International Engagement Ece Lynch, Standards and Trade Facilitation Lead, from the UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth and De…
 
In this episode of BS'ing with Sean K, Sean Kneese talks to Danette(IG: @Danettetoycollector ) about her passion for collecting and building toys. Danette has built her own Mystery Science Theater 3000 toys from scratch and collects Jurassic Park toys, Simpsons toys, and various other kinds of toys and retro video games.…
 
Part of the BSI Education Podcast - Consumers and standards series - in association with CPIN - the consumer and public interest network. Sustainability has never been more important. Tackling climate change is on all nations’ agendas, with a global demand to minimize carbon emissions. In this second episode of the series we hear from Ceri Stanaway…
 
In this episode of BS'ing with Sean K, Sean Kneese talks to actress, filmmaker and model Kasia Walczak. Kasia began in the industry as a fashion and pose model then expanded into a working actress who has been in many films, tv shows, music videos, and new media projects. Originally from Poland, Kasia can speak both Polish and English. She also has…
 
Episode 26 Standards cover an extraordinarily wide range of issues. Some modernize established practice, while others work on the leading edge of emerging technologies. To enrich its understanding, BSI and other standards bodies incorporate research, including at postgraduate level, to help shape and inform standards development programmes and eval…
 
Episode 25. The future of transport and mobility will involve people, goods and services moving more safely, efficiently, and effectively around and between cities, rural areas and across continents. In this episode we hear from Nick Fleming – BSI Head of Sector for Transport and Mobility - about the relationship between standards and transport – t…
 
In this episode of BS'ing with Sean K, Sean talks to comedian, performance artist, a podcaster Shawn Wickens. Shawn is a co-host of the Stoner Morning Show and a producer at the Bad Theater Fest/Bad Film Fest. Topics discussed in this episode include the future of comedy after Covid-19, how everyday life influences art and performing, marijuana leg…
 
Episode 24. People can get passionate about potholes. They are a persistent problem for all road users and can cause personal injuries and damage to vehicles. In this episode we hear from standards-makers Ian Walsh and Dominic Gardner, and BSI’s Gavin Jones, about the issues of standards and road surfacing, the standard BS 10947 for spray injection…
 
In this episode of BS’ing with Sean K Sean Kneese talks to Renata De Los Rios: hair and makeup artist for Troma entertainment, Horror Metal burlesque performer & Spooky mom. Renata talks about balancing her multiple passions with being a mom, her experiences working on set, and more. Renata's Instagram: @bathory1981…
 
Episode 23. Construction underpins our economy and society - building the homes we live in, the schools and hospitals we rely on, and the offices, factories, and transport and energy infrastructure that keep the wheels of industry turning. In this episode we hear from Ant Burd – Associate Director and Head of Built Environment for BSI - about the r…
 
In this episode of BS'ing with Sean K, Sean Kneese talks to actor, filmmaker, and editor Patrick Devaney. Devaney is known primarily for crime-based television programs and for creating "Zombie Hunters: City of the Dead", the world's first Zombie-based broadcast television program. Born and raised in New York City, he founded Devarez Films, LLC, in…
 
Episode 22. For this special press conference episode we've gathered a panel of experts to answer your burning questions about standards – from how standards shape and influence cycling products, to the role of standards in supporting international trade deal negotiations, and more. The BSI Education Podcast is hosted by Matthew Chiles - Educationa…
 
In this episode of BS'ing with Sean K, Sean Kneese talks to actor, improviser, improv teacher and writer Patrick McCartney. Pat teaches acting and improv at the People's Improv Theater in New York, New York and a member of the long-form improv group Centralia Improv. Patrick talks about how he developed his interest in the arts, applying improv to …
 
Part of the BSI Education Podcast - Consumers and standards series - in association with CPIN, the independent consumer and public interest network. Standards are everywhere, making consumers’ lives safer, fairer and easier. Whether you’re using a mobile phone, shopping online or travelling abroad, standards behind the scenes are setting good pract…
 
Episode 20. Technological advancements, digitization and complex regulations means the healthcare sector is undergoing significant change and development. In this episode we hear from Rob Turpin, Head of Healthcare Sector for BSI, about the relationships between standards and some of the key healthcare issues we’re facing, including COVID-19, medic…
 
In this episode of BS'ing with Sean K: Sean Kneese talks to singer, writer, and aspiring actor Gabriel Morse. Gabriel talks about growing up poor in a favela of Brazil and realizing his dream of traveling, singing, and acting. He also talks about his experience being gay in Brazil and coming out later in life, the cultural differences between the U…
 
Episode 19. This episode shines a spotlight on ISO/IEC 27001 – Information security management. It’s never been more important for organizations to protect their information. Cyber-attacks have become more prevalent and sophisticated, supply-chains are more complex, and the volume of important information handled by organizations continues to incre…
 
Episode 18. Standards help to accelerate progress and the fundamentals of standards development have not changed significantly in over 100 years, but significant change is on the way. In this episode we hear from Ivan Salcedo – Principal, Knowledge Innovation at BSI and Katherine Hunter - Business Development Director for Standards Services at BSI,…
 
In this episode of BS’ing with Sean K, Sean Kneese BS’es with voice actors Kevin Connolly and Danny Kramer about ...well, voice acting! Kevin M. Connolly is best known for voicing the character Kain Fuery in the popular anime series Fullmetal Alchemist and its reboot Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. He also voiced Harley Hartwell in Case Closed. D…
 
Susan Taylor Martin is the new BSI Group Chief Executive. In this episode we hear from Susan about the professional side of things – the role BSI and the standards community are playing to help to meet some of the big global challenges, such as climate change, sustainable development and COVID-19. We hear about the personal side of things too, incl…
 
In this episode of BS'ing with Sean K, Sean Kneese talks to singer/songwriter, actor and UFO investigator Alan Tafoya. Tafoya was born in Dulce, New Mexico and grew up on the Jicarilla Apache reservation. He has appeared in films and television shows, including the TV series Comanche Moon (as Peta Nacoma) and the Tracker in the series Special Ops M…
 
Episode 16. The world is racing to achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, whilst at the same time combating multiple crises, such as COVID-19 and climate change, and addressing the ongoing challenges of demographic change and digital transformation. In this episode we hear from Dr Bernardo Calzadilla-Sarmiento - Managing Director o…
 
In this episode of BS’ing with Sean K, Sean Kneese talks to Shari Piontowskie: dancer, choreographer, and drummer. Shari talks about her experience teaching dance classes, choreography, her pet peeves with musicals, drumming, punk music, hip hop, the universal language of music and dance, and more.Di Sean Kneese
 
In this episode of BS'ing with Sean K, Sean Kneese talks to mixed-media artist Dana Gambale AKA Dana Danger. Dana talks about the process behind her art and some of the sculptures she's made by gathering various materials together. Other topics discussed include art, aliens, The Simpsons, Joe Rogan, acrylic painting, creative writing, and more. Dan…
 
Episode 15. An organization’s people are its greatest asset, but often its greatest expense. As a result, human capital management (HCM) has become the driving force behind many new business practices. In this episode we hear from Dr Wilson Wong, Head of Insight and Futures at CIPD and Chair of HCS/1, about the development and role of human capital…
 
Episode 14. Every year BSI and its partners offer young engineers the chance to take part in the IEC Young Professionals Programme. The programme brings together the world's upcoming expert engineers, technicians and managers and provides them with opportunities to shape the future of international standardization and conformity assessment in the f…
 
Episode 13. European standards are written in the same way as national standards. Participation in European standards development is arranged by the National Standards Body of each country via their membership of their European counterparts, the European Committee for Standardization (CEN) and the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardiza…
 
Episode 12. This episode shines a spotlight on the standard PAS 440 - Responsible Innovation. Society has never been hungrier for innovation nor less tolerant of innovation which fails. PAS 440 provides guidance to organizations on how to structure innovative thinking and processes responsibly, irrespective of sector or industry. In this episode we…
 
Episode 11. Standards are everywhere, making consumers’ lives safer, fairer and easier. Whether we're using a mobile phone, shopping online or travelling abroad, standards behind the scenes are setting good practice for organizations that make goods and provide services. In this episode we hear from Julie Hunter - an independent consultant speciali…
 
Episode 10. Blockchain is a simple, yet ingenious way of passing information from A to B in a fully automated and safe manner. Though the technology is at a relatively early stage of adoption and significant challenges remain, blockchain holds the potential for major opportunities across several sectors. In this episode we hear from Geoff Goodell, …
 
In this episode of BS’ing with Sean K, Sean Kneese talks to singer/songwriter, actress and poet Rachel Navarro. Rachel talks about her music project: Leaveascar, which she describes as experimental electronic music with hip hop, pop and rock influence. Interesting topics discussed include art and social anxiety, performing virtually during COVID-19…
 
Episode 9. Innovation is most commonly associated with the development and use of new and emerging technologies. But what about the role of standards? Do they enable or constrain the development of these innovations? In this episode we hear from Peter Swann, Emeritus Professor of Industrial Economics at Nottingham University Business School, to exp…
 
Episode 8. Standards cover an extraordinarily wide range of issues. Some modernize established practice, while others work on the leading edge of emerging technologies. They get their authority by being developed through a rigorous consultation process which builds an expert consensus. To enrich its understanding, BSI often incorporates research in…
 
Barak & Sheba are joined by Dan and dawn as they talk about the end of an era - closing down the Columbus Space. Our regrets, our tears, our laughter, what we did right and what we did wrong, and our personal plans for the future. If you ever thought to create a play space and wondered what it would take, this will provide some insight, plus lots m…
 
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