‘Quality and the implementation of a National Quality System is not only a consideration but a necessity as it is a crucial component of all systems of a modern society’ were the words of Dr. Puran Bridgemohan, Chairman, Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standard (TTBS) at the National Consultation on Mandatory Certification of unpainted […]Read More →
TTBS staff talks about what quality means.Read More →
The video below depicts how quickly sub-standard Christmas lights can turn into a disaster.
TTS/UL 588: 2008 SEASONAL AND HOLIDAY DECORATIVE PRODUCTS
The purpose of this standard is ‘to protect the consumer or user against danger to health and safety; to protect public or industrial health, welfare or safety and to ensure acceptable […]Read More →
The standard on social responsibility was adopted from ISO with no changes by Trinidad and Tobago through the Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards (TTBS) on June 16th 2011. It is entitled TTS/ISO 26000:2011-Guidance on social responsibility. Social responsibility involves the incorporation of societal, environmental, ethical and financial goals […]Read More →
Toy safety experts from the Toy Industry Association (TIA) share a few important safety tips to keep in mind when shopping for a toy (video above).
More related tips and information will be posted in the coming weeks.
SAFETY OF TOYS – PART 1: SAFETY ASPECTS RELATED […]
Newly Approved Standards
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