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According to the ASEAN-PTB Project “Improving Quality Infrastructure in ASEAN” Phase II Bilateral Coaching for Myanmar on Good Practices In Preparation, Adoption and Implementation of Standards, Workshop on Good Standardization Practice: TC Management and Efficient Work Procedures was held DRI, Yangon , Myanmar on May 30,  2017.

 
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The 38th Meeting of the ASEAN Consultative Committee on Standards and Quality (ACCSQ) Working Group 1 on Standards and MRA and Its Related Meetings was  held at  Novotel Hotel, Yangon , Myanmar on 22-26 May 2017. The Meeting was attended by delegates from Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and representatives from the ASEAN Secretariat.

 
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ASTM International is a globally recognized leader in the development and delivery of voluntary consensus standards. Today, over 12,000 ASTM standards including over 2000 construction standards are used around the world to improve product quality, enhance health and safety, strengthen market access and trade, and build consumer confidence

 

 
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     In order to enhance the National Quality Infrastructure, DRI has collaborated with International and Regional Organization and hosted the awareness programme regarding NQI frequently.

     The ISO Technical Programme Manager Training and Discussion was held in the National Standards and Quality Department, Department of Research and Innovation  under Ministry of Education in DRI Meeting Room in Yangon, Myanmar on 29th November 2016. The training was attended by representatives from relevant Ministries of 20 Technical Committees of Myanmar Standards, Myanmar Engineering Society (MES), Union of Myanmar Federation Chambers of Commerce and Industries (UMFCCI) and stakeholders from the private sectors including Myanmar Fruit, Flowers and Vegetable Producer and Exporter Association, Myanmar Rubber Planters and Producers Association, etc.

     In the training session, Mr. Antoine Morin, Technical Programme Manager    from ISO shared the course on Structure and Management of ISO, People involved in the process for developing International Standards, Process for developing International Standards, Building Consensus and Stakeholder Engagement.

 
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October 14th 2016,



The Ministry of Education,   Department of Research and Innovation, National Standards and Quality Department celebrated World Standards Day at IBC, Yangon.

The event was sponsored jointly by PTB ( German National Metrology Institute) and DRI. Opening speeches were delivered by the Union Minister of Education H.E. Dr.Myo Thein Gyi  and PTB. Presentations were made by international and local experts from USAID, PTB, DRI, Myanmar’s Consumers Union, Myanmar Fruit, Flower and Vegetable Association and others.  The ceremony was attended by Parliament Members, Government, industry, trade associations and experts from USAID ,GIZ and representative from International and national organizations.


The theme of this year chosen by the ISO, IEC and ITU international organizations  is “Standards Build Trust”. This theme indeed, truly coincide with the principles and concepts advocating by standardization, namely conserving and ideal usage of resources, protection of the consumer and the environment, ensuring the suitability of products and services for their intended purposes, avoiding duplication of efforts, promoting exports and ensuring safety of imports, and to improve the quality of life in general.


The objective of the ceremony was to share the standardization activities of NSQD and ISO to all stakeholders and International communities through website and to pay tribute to the thousands of experts who share their know- how and expertise to develop International Standards. The international and local speakers have shared their knowledge and experience.

Click here to see  the Speech of the Union Minister of Education and Powerpoint Presentation 1, 2, 3, 4.

 

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