Standards Information Service [SIS]
If you regularly purchase standards, or attend seminars or training courses provided by NSAI, maybe it's time to think seriously about subscribing to our Standards Information Service. By becoming a subscriber, you can take advantage of a range of attractive benefits.
New Standards Service
Improving the opportunities for members of the public and business commuity to engage in the national standardization process.
Subscribers to the SIS are entitled to the following reductions:
- Discounts for information seminars
- 15% discount on attendance fees for NSAI NML Training Courses
- 40% discount on all Irish Standards, including adopted European and International Standards
- 40% discount on the purchase of draft Irish and European Standards.
Tailored Updating Service
Subscribers are entitled to up to 15 standards monitored by the Tailored Updating Service [Band 1]. The Tailored Updating Service is dedicated to keeping your standards up to date.
By registering your standards
you will receive an automatic notification every time one of your Standards is updated, revised, cancelled or superseded.
Access to Information
Subscribers are provided with a personalized contact point within NSAI. Whether you have a query about a Standard or require information about any of our products or services, you will be guaranteed a prompt response. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
for further information.
The purpose of these seminars is to disseminate information on Standards. Some cover topics of broad interest, e.g. new developments in Standards; guidance on general Standards. Others focus on specific industry sectors, e.g. food; construction.
The seminars are normally half-day events that take place at various locations around the country - Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Sligo, etc. - depending on the subject. Seminars are listed on the Training & Seminars page
You are welcome to offer suggestions for seminar topics. Send your ideas to email@example.com
The SIS is a subscription service. Our fees are charged from January 1. They vary depending on the number of employees and the type of organization (e.g. semi-state, private company, etc).
Feel free to browse our schedule of fees for 2012
Find out more
For further information on becoming a SIS subscriber, contact:
T: +353 1 807 3868
F: +353 1 807 3938