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14 October 2023

Mosul, Iraq (online)
(14:00 – 16:00 UTC+3)  Past event

Looking for tools to cope with the epidemic of COVID-19

Quality was never far from the health and safety of the community, the first quality mark in history issued by the British Standards Institution (BSI) under the title Safety Mark was first recorded by BSI on 12 June 1903.

Originally known as the British Specification Mark, it has grown into one of the most important and well-known consumer quality brands in Britain and the world.

The COVID-19 pandemic has made everyone look for tools to cope with the epidemic at the personal or government level or at the level of industrial and service companies and international and national specification organizations.

The increasing numbers, successive waves, mutated species and new renewable focuses have done so and the potential and infrastructure of quality locally and globally have been used with specifications, procedures and quality tools capable of such confrontation.

Join us in a webinar

To learn more, join Professor Moyassar Al-Juboury, Quality Systems Consultant and University Professor, on #WorldStandardsDay.

Download the presentation slides (PDF).



(14:00 - 16:00 UTC+3)


Online (Zoom required)




Open to everyone

More info

Presentation slides (PDF)


Moyassar Ibraheem Ahmed
University of mosul


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