About the Standards Council of Canada
The Standards Council of Canada (SCC) is a federal Crown corporation. It has its mandate to promote efficient and effective standardization in Canada.
Located in Ottawa, the Standards Council has a 13-member governing Council and a staff of approximately 90.
The organization reports to Parliament through the Minister of Industry and oversees Canada’s national standardization network.
Standardization is the development and application of standards publications that establish accepted practices, technical requirements and terminologies for products, services and systems.
Standards help to ensure better, safer and more efficient methods and products, and are an essential element of technology, innovation and trade.
The Standards Council carries out a variety of functions intended to ensure the effective and coordinated operation of standardization in Canada. It also represents Canada’s interests on standards-related matters in foreign and international forums.
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