“The intense battle against a persistent global pandemic revealed the absolute necessity of addressing the UN Sustainable Development Goals in an inclusive way, to strengthen our societies, making them more resilient and more equitable” read more here. In this pursuit standards are more relevant than ever. On World Standards Day, CFA takes the opportunity to thank the CFA Standards Representatives who give generously of their time and expertise on Standards Australia Technical Committees, as part of the CFA Standards Project.
Despite lockdowns and borders being closed, CFA Standards Representatives continued to contribute to standards development, bringing the consumer stakeholder contribution to the process and ensuring robust standards of benefit to the community. Representatives advocate for the consumer interest to be considered, and for the standard to include acceptable requirements for consumer protection.
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