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Interview with Sergio Mujica, Secretary General of ISO


The latest issue of the UNE magazine features an interview with Sergio Mujica, Secretary-General of ISO (International Organization for Standardization).

Sergio Mujica highlights the significant participation of Spanish experts in the development of international standards: "Spanish experts are present on 90% of ISO standardisation committees and subcommittees", as well as the key role of the Spanish Association for Standardisation, UNE, in ISO.

He also discussed the competitive edge standards provide to organisations, thus enabling them to successfully overcome challenges in areas such as trade, business competitiveness, sustainability and SDG.

It also includes a video with an excerpt from the interview with the Secretary-General of ISO.

The magazine on standardisation in Spain includes other interesting content: 

  • Sustainable Development Objectives: SDG 10 - Reduced Inequalities - Nearly 250 UNE standards help organizations achieve SDG 10. Examples are those developed in the CTN 170 on Universal Accessibility, with the support of the ONCE Foundation and the Royal Board on Disability.
  • Standardisation in action: CTN 136 Clay products for construction - its nearly 30 standards in force cater to the needs of manufacturers, helping them to market and export; users, by enhancing trust, security and quality; and Public Administrations, because of their support in drawing up specifications and in legal matters.

The digital edition includes links to the ISO and IEC magazines and to the supplement Normas al día (Updated standards).

You can read it on any device and searching for articles is simple, plus, you can use it to share them on social media #RevistaUNE.