Transport and storage are inextricable elements of food safety management. New international guidance has just been published to help ensure safety at every stop along the food chain.
ISO’s International Standard for business collaboration, ISO 44001, helps organizations get the most out of working together. A new guidance document provides further insight to help them take these relationships to the next step.
Increasing complexity in the trade of financial instruments globally resulted in the need for a set of international codes so that everyone can speak the same language. The International Standard that defines these codes, known as CFI codes, has just been revised.
In a bid to reduce emissions from shipping, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has set a target of January 2020 for the implementation of a new policy that limits the sulfur content of maritime fuel to 0.50 %. No mean feat when the current maximum is 3.50 % and high-sulfur fuel has been the …
ISO International Standards help support tourism and contribute to the objective of this year’s theme “Tourism and jobs: a better future for all”.
While traditionally seen as male-dominated, the maritime sector benefits from gender equality just like any other industry.
Economic and trade uncertainty, changing societal expectations, the impacts of climate change, and digital transformation were the main disruptive forces highlighted at ISO’s General Assembly that will affect the organization moving forward.
With more than 16 billion injections administered around the world every year, devices for administering medication into the human body are big business. The ISO committee of experts that develops standards to support this has just been honoured with one of ISO’s most prestigious awards.
The participation of developing countries was highlighted as key in ensuring ISO can continue to deliver solutions into the future, at today’s meeting in Cape Town, South Africa, as part of the ISO Week 2019.
Almost three billion people rely on traditional cookstoves and open fires for cooking and heating, placing them at serious risk of health disorders and premature death. The latest in ISO’s series of standards for cleaner ways of cooking has just been published.