Industrial Production Benchmarks

Industrial Production
Industrial Production

Industry started to develop in the world in the 18th century in England. Subsequently, it developed in western European countries and America. With the development of the industry, manual labor left its place to machines that produce fast. Unless the industry develops and grows, the development of countries cannot be imagined today. The industry has provided important opportunities to countries in terms of providing job opportunities for many people, the longevity of the products and their marketing-oriented production, the production being carried out in closed spaces and the utilization of natural resources. However, it also brought some problems with it.

Capital, energy, raw materials for the establishment and expansion of industrial facilities, transportation, marketing, labor and technical staff are required. All of these are the factors that contribute to the development of countries. However, on the other hand, natural resources are in danger. The world is threatened by global warming. Climate changes are taking place and natural resources are becoming increasingly depleted. Soil is becoming inefficient and agricultural areas are shrinking. If sufficient and realistic measures are not taken today, future generations do not expect a beautiful world.

Arupa Union countries and other developed countries make some legal arrangements to prevent this bad trend, set some limitations and criteria, and implement a new set of controls. Many domestic and foreign organizations set and update many new standards concerning various sectors and various activities.

National and international accreditation bodies authorize laboratories to test, analyze, make measurements and evaluate the results of many processes of industrial production if they meet certain conditions. These authorization works are carried out in compliance with the TS EN ISO / IEC 17025 Standard for Basic Requirements for Calibration and Test Laboratories.

All these efforts have one thing in common: to control practices that threaten human health and environmental conditions and to create a more livable world.