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The Standards Show - the podcast that brings you the stories behind the standards. Join Matthew Chiles and Cindy Parokkil - and their guests along the way - for conversations on the concepts, history, people, and organizations involved in standards. And how they shape and improve the world around us, making life easier, safer, and more enjoyable. From facilitating international trade, to fixing potholes, to brewing the perfect cup of tea. Expect a mixture of bite-sized and in-depth episodes, ...
 
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Since 2014, the BSI Standards Awards has been an annual celebration of standards, and the people who make and use them. In this episode Matthew and Cindy reveal and recognize the achievements of some of the 2021 winners. And speak to some of them too, about what being a standards awards winner means to them. @StandardsShow education@bsigroup.com…
 
In this 50th episode of the podcast, Matthew and Cindy explore the language of standards. Matthew speaks to Lucie Carter, Mary Groom, Andy Barrett and Kevin Laverty from BSI’s editorial team. Between them they have over 40 years of standards editing experience and have edited hundreds of standards. The editorial team has the final word, on the word…
 
The BSI Education Podcast has become The Standards Show. In this mini episode, Matthew and Cindy reveal the reasons behind the new name, and the fresh new look, for the podcast that brings you the stories behind the standards. @StandardsShow education@bsigroup.comDi Matthew Chiles & Cindy Parokkil
 
With COP 26 taking place in Glasgow, Matthew and Cindy take a look at the issue of sustainability from an education perspective. Matthew speaks to Lord Knight of Weymouth - Jim Knight - about his Private Members' Bill, currently working its way through the UK Parliament. The Bill aims to put climate and sustainability education at the heart of the …
 
PAS 2060 – Demonstrating carbon neutrality. This episode is part of the Certification Conversations series, in collaboration with BSI Certification. Matthew speaks to Dan Kuszpit, BSI Business Manager for Scotland. They discuss how organizations, activities, products, services, buildings or events can use and benefit from the standard PAS 2060. And…
 
In this episode Matthew and Cindy take a look at the issue of standards and fireworks! Matthew speaks to explosives expert and standards-maker Tom Smith about the the role of standards in the making and use of consumer and display fireworks. And about some of the incredible fireworks displays he has been involved with during his career. Matthew als…
 
Part of the BSI Education Podcast Consumers and Standards series, in association with CPIN - the consumer and public interest network. bsigroup.com/consumers. In this 6th episode of the series Matthew speaks to Adam French from Which?, Zoe Guijarro from Citizens’ Advice, Agnese Meloni from the UK Regulators’ Network, and Julie Hunter, independent c…
 
In this episode Matthew and Cindy explore the issue of standards, regulations and food. They speak to Sara Walton, BSI’s Sector Lead for Food, about the relationship between standards and food safety, the influence of standards on new technological innovations in the sector, and the impact of Brexit. Plus, they take on the long-standing scone debat…
 
Happy World Standards Day! Matthew and Cindy speak to BSI Director of Sectors Anne Hayes about this year’s theme of ‘Standards for the Sustainable Development Goals’. They also discuss the role of standardization at COP26 and the London Declaration – described as a 'game-changing moment' for international standards in tackling climate change and su…
 
ISO 45003 - Managing psychological health and safety in the workplace This episode is part of the Certification Conversations series, in collaboration with BSI Certification. Matthew speaks to Kate Field, BSI Global Head of Health, Safety and Wellbeing, tells us about how organizations can benefit from using this ground-breaking international manag…
 
Introducing a new series from the BSI Education Podcast – in collaboration with BSI Certification. Certification Conversations will look at some key standards and certification schemes. And explore how they can help organizations of all types and in all sectors improve the way they do things. #bsiedpod. education@bsigroup.com. bsigroup.com/educatio…
 
Part of the BSI Education Podcast Consumers and Standards series, in association with CPIN - the consumer and public interest network. bsigroup.com/consumers. Increasingly consumers are using smart devices, and buying products and accessing services online. This 5th episode of the series features Liz Coll (Consumer Tech and Digital Policy Consultan…
 
In this episode Matthew and Cindy take a look at international trade. They 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. #bsiedpod. education@bsigroup.com. bsigroup.com/educa…
 
The Standards Experience is a new exhibition hosted at the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE). standardsexperience.co.uk. It gives visitors the chance to explore how consensus standards are made and to learn how to participate in shaping standards for the future. In this episode Matthew and Cindy speak to BSI Director-General of Standards Scott S…
 
This is an episode about standards and pavements. And in particular about 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. #bsiedpod. education@bsigro…
 
BSI Standards Awards 2021. bsigroup.com/standardsawards. In this episode Matthew speaks to Gracia Molaso about this annual celebration of standards, and the people who make and use them. And also to Dr Irina Brass from UCL, a previous Award winner for the education category, about what winning meant to her and her university. #bsiedpod. education@b…
 
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…
 
Standards at the Olympics. To coincide with Tokyo 2020, Matthew and Cindy 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 they also throw in ge…
 
In this episode Matthew is joined by Richard Collin, BSI’s Head of National and European Policy. Richard tackles some of the issues associated with Standards and Brexit - including BSI's CEN/CENELEC membership, harmonized and designated standards, and the Northern Ireland Protocol. #bsiedpod. education@bsigroup.com. bsigroup.com/education.…
 
In this episode Matthew and Cindy take a look at the 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. Essential listening for those new to the world of standards! There's also the debut of a new feature – My Favourite St…
 
In this episode Matthew speaks to Sahar Danesh, BSI Government Engagement Manager. They discuss the important relationship between standards and government, and how standards can support better policymaking. #bsiedpod. education@bsigroup.com. bsigroup.com/education.Di Matthew Chiles & Cindy Parokkil
 
Part of the BSI Education Podcast - Consumers and Standards series - in association with CPIN - the consumer and public interest network. bsigroup.com/consumers. 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 c…
 
Organizations use standards to design and implement quality management systems and processes without the need for third-party certification against those standards. Some organizations, however, do choose to certify against standards. In this episode Matthew speaks to Fiona Linton from e.surv Chartered Surveyors, Amanda Woodhead from BSI, and Matt G…
 
The aim of the Commonwealth Standards Network (CSN) is to facilitate Commonwealth trade and poverty reduction through the increased use of international standards. commonwealthstandards.net In this episode Matthew and Cindy speak to Ece Lynch from UK Government's Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, Patricia Ejalu from the Uganda National …
 
Part of the BSI Education Podcast - Consumers and Standards series - in association with CPIN - the consumer and public interest network. bsigroup.com/consumers. Sustainability has never been more important. Tackling climate change is on all nations’ agendas, with a global demand to minimize carbon emissions. In this 2nd episode of the series Matth…
 
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 evaluate the be…
 
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 Matthew and Cindy speak to Nick Fleming – BSI Head of Sector for Transport and Mobility about the relationship between standards and transport. Ni…
 
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 Matthew speaks to standards-makers Ian Walsh and Dominic Gardner, and BSI’s Gavin Jones, about the issues of standards and road surfacing. They discuss the standard BS 10947 for spray inj…
 
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. This episode features Ant Burd – Associate Director and Head of Built Environment for BSI. Ant talks about the relationshi…
 
For this special press conference episode Matthew, Alan and Cindy gather a panel of experts to answer listener questions about standards. From how standards shape and influence cycling products, to the role of standards in supporting international trade deal negotiations, and more. #bsiedpod. education@bsigroup.com. bsigroup.com/education.…
 
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…
 
Technological advancements, digitization and complex regulations means the healthcare sector is undergoing significant change and development. In this episode Rob Turpin, Head of Healthcare Sector for BSI, sets out about relationship between standards and some key healthcare issues we’re, including COVID-19, medical device regulations and the need …
 
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 increase. In this episode information security experts and standards-makers Steve Watkins and Bridget…
 
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 Matthew, Alan and Cindy welcome Ivan Salcedo – Principal, Knowledge Innovation at BSI and Katherine Hunter - Business Development Director for Standards Services …
 
Susan Taylor Martin is the new BSI Group Chief Executive. In this episode Matthew speaks to Susan about 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. #bsiedpod. education@bsigroup.com. bsigroup.com/education.…
 
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 Matthew and Cindy speak to Bernardo Calzadilla-Sarmiento from United Nations In…
 
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 Matthew and Alan talk to Dr Wilson Wong, Head of Insight and Futures at CIPD, about the development and role of human capital standards. The BSI…
 
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 field of ele…
 
European standards are written in the same way as national standards. And 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 Standardization (CE…
 
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 Matthew and Alan speak to Paul Mason from Innovate UK, Professor Joyce Tait from Edinburgh Unive…
 
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 Matthew and Alan speak to Julie Hunter - an independent consultant special…
 
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 Matthew speaks to Geoff Goodell, Senior …
 
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 Matthew and Alan speak to Peter Swann, Emeritus Professor of Industrial Economics at Nottingham University Business School, abou…
 
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 into its stan…
 
The 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are an urgent call for action by all countries. They recognize that ending poverty must go hand-in-hand with strategies that improve health and education, reduce inequality, and spur economic growth – all while tackling climate change and working to preserve oceans and forests. In this episode Matthew …
 
For over 100 years BSI has been shaping standards to help improve the quality and safety of products, services and systems. We’ve published over 40,000 standards and publish around 3,000 standards annually, underpinned by a collaborative approach, engaging with close to 13,000 stakeholders to develop standards that reflect good practice. In this ep…
 
Trade Associations sit at the heart of their industries, speaking on behalf of their members to government, agencies, regulators, the media and standards bodies. In this episode Matthew and Alan speak to Steve Brambley, Chief Executive of GAMBICA, the UK Trade Association for Instrumentation, Control, Automation and Laboratory Technology. They disc…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on people and communities, and organizations are facing significant disruptions and challenges that they need to quickly manage and respond to. In this episode Matthew and Alan are joined again by Sally Swingewood from BSI and Martin Cottam from Lloyd’s Register. They discuss BSI’s Safe Working Guidelines…
 
ISO 45001 is designed to prevent work-related injury and ill-health and to provide safe and healthy workplaces. As an international standard, it crosses geographic, political, economic, commercial and social boundaries, setting a single benchmark for the management of occupational health and safety. In the episode Matthew and Alan speak to Martin C…
 
In this episode Matthew speaks to leading academic and standards-maker Dr Irina Brass, Associate Professor at UCL’s Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy (STEaPP). She talks about her 'standards journey' and explains why she’s such a passionate advocate for standards education and research. #bsiedpod. education@bsigroup.c…
 
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