The Malaysian Association of Standards Users (Standards Users) is an NGO affiliated to the Federation of Malaysian Consumers Association (FOMCA), supporting our continuing role and relevance by educating consumers on various aspects of quality and encouraging them to exercise their right to demand quality products and services.
Malaysian Tropical Environment Adventure & Fellowship Society (MyLEAF)
Malaysian Tropical Environmental Adventure & Fellowship Society (MyLEAF) is a registered non-governmental organization in Malaysia. It acts as the national umbrella society for the fellowship of communities of outdoor pursuit's professionals, recreational enthutiasts, camp operators and instructors. MyLEAF is dedicated to enrich the lives of people of all walks of life by promoting environmental awareness.
International Islamic University Malaysia(IIUM)
Standards Malaysia also collaborated with Kuliyyah of Architectureand Environmental Design (KAED), KAED Universal Design Unit (KUDU), IIUM for the built environment. Several of programmes have been implemented by IIUM & Standards Malaysia such as Universal Design Product Competition, International Conference on Universal Design in the Built Environment and Access Audit Workshops.
The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia (IEM)
The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia (IEM) The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia (IEM) was established in 1959 and its primary function is to promote and advance the science and profession of engineering in any or all of its disciplines and to facilitate the exchange of information and ideas related to engineering.The impending withdrawal of the British Standards (BS) code in 2010 will have far reaching impact to the Malaysian steel construction industry. The IEM-Standards Writing Organisation (SWO) Technical Committee was formed to look into the adoption of the Eurocode for the local steel industry. The TC committee has completed the main provisions of Eurocode EN 1993-1-1 and Standards Malaysia collaborated with IEM to create awareness on the MS EN 1993-1-1.
Institut Kimia Malaysia (IKM)
Institut Kimia Malaysia (IKM) Institut Kimia Malaysia (IKM), or the Malaysian Institute of Chemistry, is a professional scientific organisation incorporated under the Chemists Act 1975 under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI).IEM provides a vehicle for Standards Malaysia in seeking co-operation with IKM to conduct capacity building initiatives for its officers, assessors and stakeholders as well as potential and accredited laboratories under its accreditation schemes as part of the implementation of continuous improvementinitiatives as required by Standards Malaysia.
Businesses & Entrepreneurs
With more than 6,400 Malaysian Standards (MS) developed with the help of quality frameworks and international best practices, Standards Malaysia covers 24 diversified industries to help Businesses and Entrepreneurs market their products and services better in local and international markets.
From fruits, vegetables and food items to halal products and services, from disabled-friendly building design to critical infrastructure, from electrical and electronic appliances to household items, from cosmetics to children' toys, from healthcare services to pharmaceutical products; Standards Malaysia ensures that all these are delivered to consumers with a promise of quality, safety, reliability, efficiency, compatibility, cost-effectiveness and environmental friendliness.