Bureau international pour la standardisation de la rayonne et des fibres synthétiques (BISFA)
International Bureau for the Standardization of Man-Made Fibres
Oficina Internacional para la Estandardización de las Fibras Quimicas
Internationale Vereinigung für Chemiefasernormen
Ente Internazionale per la Standardizzazione delle Fibre Man-made
1928-09-25 Paris France
Founded 25 Sep 1928, Paris (France), as Bureau international pour la standardisation des fibres artificielles. Previously also referred to as Organismo Internacional para la Normalización del Rayón y las Fibras Sintéticas -- Ufficio Internazionale per la Standardizzazione del Raion e delle Fibre Artificiali e Sintetiche. Most recent statutes: 24 May 1989. Registered in accordance with French law.
Establish internationally agreed methods for testing different categories of man-made fibre, and relevant testing procedures; establish terminology for the categorization, designation and standardization of man-made fibres; provide an international voice for the man-made fibre industry in these matters, and promote the adoption of its methods and terminology by official standardization organizations.
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General Assembly (annual) of delegates (one per member); voting depends on members' financial contributions. Policy Committee, meeting at least once a year (in liaison with CIRFS). Operational Committee; Technical Coordination Committee; General Secretariat.
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