International standardization day
Everything in our world has a certain orderliness, their number and their size, correlated with one another, and it all comes down to certain standards, which help us to avoid confusion. That is why, on October 14 of each year, the world celebrates the Day of standardization.
Natural and date of the holiday itself. On this day in London in 1946, was held a conference of national organizations for standardization, brought together representatives from twenty-five countries around the world. In the course of their productive work was created a special international organization for standardization, known as ISO. This name comes from the Greek word " isos", meaning "equality". It is the activity of this organization is designed to support worldwide order through the establishment and implementation of rules for the ordering of any activity. The program ISO include the creation of specific standards in the areas of economy, technology and other fields of human life. Standardization is aimed at specific products, requirements, standards, methods, symbols, terms, abbreviations, etc. that are reused in the manufacturing, science, technology, agriculture and industrial agriculture, construction, health care, culture and other fields.
Due to the existence of common standards of our life and activities are in harmony, because they are like nothing else, help us to avoid chaos diversity and inconsistency of formats and General misunderstanding.