World Standards Day is commended globally every year on 14 October. The day respects the endeavors of the a great many specialists who create intentional benchmarks inside norms improvement associations, such as, the International Electrotechnical Commission IEC, International Organization for Standardization ISO, International Telecommunication Union ITU, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers IEEE and Internet Engineering Task Force IETF.
The point of World Standards Day is to bring issues to light among controllers, industry and shoppers with regards to the significance of institutionalization to the worldwide economy. 14 October was particularly denoted the date, in 1946, when delegates from 25 nations initially accumulated in London and chose to make a universal association concentrated on encouraging institutionalization.
Despite the fact that ISO was shaped one year later, it wasn't until 1970 that the primary World Standards Day was commended. Around the world, different exercises are picked by national bodies to recognize the date. The United States held a 2014 U.S. Festivity of World Standards Day on 23 October 2014. The Standards Council of Canada SCC, Canada's national accreditation body, observes World Standards Day together with the universal group by watching the day close to the dates of the global recognition. In 2012 SCC observed World Standards Day on Friday, 12 October.