ISO started in the year 1926 as the ISA (International Federation of the National Standardizing Associations). Its high focus was on the mechanical engineering. In 1942, it split up. But then the organization was re-organized in 1946 under the name. ISO and officially started its operations on 23rd February, 1947.
The ISO standard helps in the efficiency and safety of development, supply and manufacturing of the goods and services. It also helps in the facilitation of trade between the countries and make it go fairer. The ISO also helps in making life simple thorough giving out solution for common problem of people.
Who makes up ISO?
The international organization for standardization is made up of the members who are distributed in three categories: * Member body * Correspondent member * Subscriber member
1. Member body:
A member body of the international organization for standardization the a national body "most representative of standardization in its country". So, only one body in every country is included in the membership of the international organization for standardization
The member body held the responsibility: * To inform those parties in their country, that are interested in the standardization opportunities. * To provide the country share of the financial support for ISO operations by paying the membership dues. 2. Correspondent member: