Comparing PAS 125 with BS 10125
- 29 April 2015
- Posted by: Simon Wait
- Category: News
PAS 125 was first published in 2006. The success of the standard which was developed for industry by industry has been such that it was deemed suitable to make the transition to a full British Standard BS 10125.
BS 10125 was published in November 2014, and there is a planned transition period where the two standards, old and new, will run in parallel.
From December 2015 it will not be possible to obtain certification for vehicle damage repair to PAS 125 and all certificates will be issued in accordance with the requirements of BS 10125.
The development of BS 10125 enabled the standard to be updated to reflect the challenges to the industry and to further enhance the value of the standard and associated certification schemes.
For a full list of organisations involved in the development of BS101205 please contact BSI directly.
BSI, In association with the National Association of Bodyshops (NAB), has compiled this brief overview of the main changes between PAS 125 and BS 10125 to help with the transition process. The document is designed to be used in conjunction with the BS 10125 standard document.
To see the whole document, click here http://www.rmif.co.uk/_assets/BSI-%20NAB%20PAS125-vs-BS10125-Comparisons%20Document_7.pdf