The BOSEC label is a voluntary collective quality standard which was launched over 25 years ago by manufacturers, installers, public authorities, insurers, and the fire services. Initially aimed only at guaranteeing the quality of 'active' protective resources, it now covers all protective resources - active, passive, and organisational in order to cover the entire safety chain.
Being a collective standard, it does not favour the economic interests of any particular party but rather protects the requirements and interests of all stakeholders. The prevention of fires is its sole objective and, as such, it is accredited in several fields by BELAC, the Belgian accreditation body of the Federal Public Service for the Economy.
The BOSEC quality label is the property and legal responsibility of the ANPI association. It is managed by a committee which acts entirely independently from the statutory bodies of the ANPI. The management committee’s members include representatives from:
The BOSEC quality label is protected and registered under the number 0839850 in classes 1, 6, 9, 13, 19, 24, 27, 37, 41, 42 and 45