Industrial Standards in Indonesia
- National Standards Organizations
National Standardization Agency (BSN)
National Accreditation Committee (KAN)
National Committee for standards in units of measure (KSNSU)
- Integration in the International Standards Network
At the international level:
-International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)
-International Organisation for Standardization (ISO)
-Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC)
-International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC).
At the regional level:
-ASEAN Consultative Commitee for Standards and Quality (ACCSQ),
-APEC Standards and Conformance Sub Committee,
-Pacific Area Standard Congress (PASC)
-Asia Paciific Metrology Programme (APMP)
-Asia Pacific Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (APLAC)-Pacific Accreditation Cooperation (PAC)
- Obligation to Use Standards
- The application of SNI standards is voluntary, so the activities and products which do not observe them are not prohibited. For the protection of common interest, the security of the country, national economic development and the preservation of the environment, some standards may be made compulsory (SNI wajib).
- Classification of Standards
- "SNI" is the national certification mark.
- Assessment of the System of Standardization
- The rapid growth of international trade has led to the development of standards, observed in order to remain competitive and used as non-tariff barriers against competition. Standardization activities only began in 1991, following the government's adoption of regulations concerning the wording, the setting up and the control of the Indonesian National Standard (SNI). The use of standards is very widespread today.
- Online Consultation of Standards
- The list of Indonesian standards is available on line on the BSN website:
- Certification Organizations
National Standardization Body (BSN)
- Associations of Standards Users
Link to INSTANET, the Indonesian information network about standards
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