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Why bother with international standards if we have the USA ANSI/NFPA1600, the British BS25999, the Singapore SS540, and others such as the Australian APS 232? Why not, if it leads to improvement? Throughout history we have seen the emergence of great nations simply on the back of standards and innovative ways of doing things. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) gives us the opportunity – as one global nation – to develop a way of working that meets all our needs and ultimately results in many other benefits later on as the standards evolve. We have seen this in the…

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