SESKO provides services in electrotechnical standardization for the Finnish society in order to:

  • promote competitiveness of Finnish business life
  • promote electrical safety
  • increase appreciation of the Finnish expertise

  • channel Finnish electrotechnical expertise into international fora


SESKO is a powerful and influential standards organization, which gathers together Finnish know-how.


The purpose of SESKO’s function is to promote the competitiveness of Finnish products and services by supporting the production of safe and compatible electrotechnical devices, installations and systems through standardization.



SESKO strives to operate fairly, honestly, reliably and persistently taking into account environmental and safety requirements, whilst keeping in mind a responsibility to society and industrial competitive conduct.

Customer Satisfaction

SESKO is a service-spirited community. Good interactions and deeds shape a credible community picture.

Target-oriented action

SESKO is an active fore-runner of standardization. Successful accomplishments are a main objective for our committee members and personnel.


The personnel and committee members of SESKO are specialists in their fields. They promote confidence and appreciation for standardization with their operational openness. SESKO supports and motivates the development of individuals in standardization. The specialists are the force behind standardization.

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