Thank you for your interest in volunteering your time and knowledge to develop standards by becoming a BSI standards-maker. BSI is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive community of standards-makers and welcomes all applications. BSI is obliged to ensure that all standards-makers have knowledge / experience which is relevant to the committee(s) on which they serve. Furthermore, we also strive to ensure that committees are diverse and have a balance of stakeholders. Finally, please note that standards go through periodic cycles of development and review so committees and their members may not always be engaged in an active process.

If you are an existing committee member and wish to join another committee please contact your committee manager. Do not complete this form.

If you would like to learn more about what it means to be a BSI standards-maker, please visit our useful resources page here.

In order to provide the best chance of finding you a relevant committee please provide us with all of the required information (with an *) on the form below. If you have any questions or need an alternative means of applying, please contact

Please note that your CV and the information you provide about yourself and your employment will be shared with BSI colleagues who manage the committee(s) you wish to join. This information may also be shared with the Committee Chair / Members to assess the relevance of your knowledge / experience to the work of the committee; BSI colleagues are first and foremost standards development experts and not always subject matter experts. Please upload an anonymised CV that does not include your name, email address, phone number or postal address.

Responses to the “additional information” section of the application are entirely optional. Any responses you do choose to provide help BSI understand the diversity of our applications for committee member roles and promote diversity and inclusion in standards-making. Responses will be anonymized (your personal details removed) before they are used for diversity reporting or analysis purposes. Responses are not used when assessing your application, nor is a decision not to provide any responses. If you would like to read our privacy notice before you complete this form, please click here.