The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 66 (1988) > Issues > Issue 21 > BS0: a Substandard Standard for Standards?
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BS0: a Substandard Standard for Standards?

This viewpoint argues that current BSI concepts of standardisation are inadequate. BSO defines the terms ‘standard’ and ‘specification’ and outlines a framework for drafting national standards, including those which present requirements for design. P. Toms