BSI, earlier known as British Standard Institution was the world’s first National Standards Body Formed in 1901 by Sir John Wolfe-Barry - the man who designed London’s Tower Bridge. BSI produces British Standards, and, as the UK's National Standards Body, is also responsible for the UK publication in English, of international and European standards. BSI is obliged to adopt and publish all European Standards as identical British Standards (prefixed BS EN). BSI also has the option to adopt and publish international standards (prefixed BS ISO or BS IEC).
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