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Title: ASA: ISO/TC 67/SC 4 meeting- Buzios, Brazil- 2006 May 10/11 - 2006-08-16


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N358
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  • ISO/CS update
  • by Alain Samne
  • Technical Group ManagerEngineering, Machinery
    and EnergyTPM for ISO/TC 67
  • Buzios (BR), 2006-05-10/11

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Topics covered
  • ISO Central Secretariat
  • Introduction
  • Mission, roles, developments and regional
    partners
  • Standards development time-frames
  • ISO deliverables
  • ISO IT-tools
  • Global Directory version 2 GD 2
  • Electronic Balloting version 3 EB 3
  • Submission Interface version 1 SI 1

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The ISO system
At 15 February 2006
156 national members
  • IT tools
  • Standards development procedures
  • Consensus building
  • Dissemination

177 active TCs 3 000 technical bodies 50 000
experts
Central Secretariatin Geneva 150 staff
5
ISO Key mission statement
  • To be the leading value adding platform and
    partner for the production of global and market
    relevant International Standards covering
    products, services, good conformity assessment,
    management and organizational practices

6
Multiple roles
  • An individual may wear different hats
  • In different groups. For example as
  • a head of delegation can also be
  • a project leader and/or
  • a working group convenor and/or
  • an expert
  • However, due to a need for neutrality, a chairman
    cannot also be a representative for a national
    delegation in the same committee for which they
    are chairman

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Participation in TC/SC Activities 1.7
M obligation ? right
8
New publication
  • My ISO Job

9
Regional standards bodies
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Regional standards bodies
  • ACCSQ (ASEAN Consultative Committee for Standards
    and Quality)
  • AIDMO (Arab Industrial Development and Mining
    Organization)
  • ARSO (African Regional Organization for
    Standardization)
  • CEN (European Committee for Standardization)
  • COPANT (Pan-American Standards Commission)
  • EASC (Euro-Asian Council for Standardization,
    Metrology and Certification)
  • PASC (Pacific Area Standards Congress)

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In the Oil and Gas sector
Standards in the real world Examples For
everyone
  • ISO/CSs monthly information magazine
  • An excellent resource for business, industry,
    consumer and government
  • Facilitates communication in all spheres

12
Global relevance of ISO Standards
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World Trade Report 2005
  • Six essential elements for International
    Standards defined in 2nd Triennial Review of TBT
    Agreement, 2000 (Annex 4)
  • Transparency easily accessible information
  • Openness non-discriminatory
  • Impartiality and consensus fair practices
  • Effectiveness and relevance market demand
  • Coherence no overlap
  • Development dimension technical assistance to
    participate
  • the ISO system is fully compliant

Exploring the links between trade, standards and
the WTO
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Non-tariff barriers affecting market access
15
Effective and relevant Standards
Effective and relevant Standards
ISOGlobalRelevance
WTOEffectiveness and relevance
  • ISO Definition Global Relevance is the required
    characteristic of an International Standard that
    it can be used/implemented as broadly as possible
    by affected industries and other stakeholders in
    markets around the world

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Prescriptive vs. Performance
  • ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2, Clause 4.2
    Performance approach
  • Whenever possible, requirements shall be
    expressed in terms of performance rather than
    design or descriptive characteristics. This
    approach leaves maximum freedom to technical
    development.
  • Annex 3 of the WTO/TBT Agreement
  • Wherever appropriate, the standardizing body
    shall specify standards based on product
    requirements in terms of performance rather than
    design or descriptive characteristics.

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ISO TMB Guidelines on global relevance
BASE DELIVERABLES
  • International Standard shall to the extent
    possible represent a unique international
    solution, but where justified may present options
    to accommodate differences
  • The commitment to participate in the development
    of and the feasibility of preparing International
    Standards shall be demonstrated at the outset of
    a standards development project.
  • Preference shall be given to preparing
    performance rather than prescriptive standards.
  • An IS may pass through an evolutionary process,
    with the ultimate objective being to publish, at
    a later point, an International Standard that
    presents one unique international solution in all
    of its provisions.

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ISO TMB Guidelines on global relevance
BASE DELIVERABLES
  • Essential differences consistent with Annex 3 to
    the WTO Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade
    can be included in International Standards, but
    specific rules shall be applied if a committee
    wishes to introduce such differences and special
    authorization needs to be given by the TMB in
    instances not covered by these rules.
  • Committees can only ensure the global relevance
    of the International Standards they produce if
    they are aware of all the factors that may affect
    a particular standard's global relevance.

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Standards development timeframe
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Timeframes Selection criteria
  • Market relevanceExpectations from industry and
    other stakeholders must be taken into account.
  • PriorityThere should be a clear understanding at
    what point in time the International Standard
    will be needed by the market.
  • ResourcesThe identification of a project
    champion and a clear commitment from stakeholders
    that they are prepared to allocate the resources
    for meeting the selected timeframe.

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Timeframes NWIP Considerations
  • Prior to accepting to circulate NWIPs, keeping in
    mind ISOs policy of consensus building voluntary
    Standards, the committee must
  • Justify market relevance, priority, and required
    resources
  • Identify an available champion (project leader)
  • Propose a suitable development Track on the NWIP
    form
  • Confirm the selected Track and assign
    corresponding target dates on the AWI form.

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Timeframes Progression
Project stage Milestones Default Accelerated Extended (months)
Preparatory (20.00) Registration of approved new work item (AWI) 0 0 0
Committee (30.00) Registration of Committee Draft (CD) 12 Stage skipped 12
Enquiry (40.00) Registration of draft International Standard (DIS) 18 6 24
Approval (50.00) Registration of final draft International Standard (FDIS) 30 18 42
Publication (60.60) Publication of International Standard (IS) 36 24 48
  • Committee secretariat to manage target stage-date
    flexibility
  • Possibility to register NWIs or downgrade active
    projects as PWIs

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DIS/FDIS process flow in STAND
Submission of DIS/FDIS files on ISOTC server by
TC/SC
2
Evaluation
Technical Editorial Drawings Procedural
Committee time
1
DIS
FDIS
Production
Editorial Drawings
Composition Proofreading
3
ISO/CS time
Ballot
Launch Ballot results Finalization
Publication
4
5
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of standards published vs. processing time
(start-to-finish 2001 compared with 2005)
Last update 2006-01-01
2001
2005
25
ISO deliverables
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ISO deliverables
  • International Standard (IS)
  • Technical Specification (TS)
  • Technical Report (TR)
  • Guides policy committees only
  • Publicly Available Specification (PAS)
  • International Workshop Agreement (IWA)

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Base (useful) deliverable
  • International Standard (IS)
  • normative
  • document, established by consensus and approved
    by a recognized body, that provides, for common
    and repeated use, rules, guidelines or
    characteristics for activities or their results,
    aimed at the achievement of the optimum degree of
    order in a given context and that is adopted by
    an international standardizing/standards
    organization and made available to the public
  • Source ISO/IEC Guide 21996 (combination of
    definitions 3.2 3.2.1.1)

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Base (useful) deliverable
  • Technical Specification (TS)(was Technical
    Report types 1 2)
  • normative
  • document addressing work
  • still under technical development, or
  • where for any other reason there is the future,
    but not immediate, possibility of agreement on an
    International Standard

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Base (useful) deliverable
BASE (USEFUL) DELIVERABLE
  • Technical Specification (TS) (fall-back
    situation)
  • normative
  • document originally intended to be an
    International Standard, but
  • where the required support cannot be obtained for
    approval as an International Standard or
  • for which there is doubt on whether consensus has
    been achieved
  • Published in order to make available its content
    for use by interested parties

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Base (useful) deliverable
BASE DELIVERABLES
  • Technical Report (TR)
  • informative
  • document containing information of a different
    kind from that normally published in a normative
    document
  • NOTE     Such data may include, for example, data
    obtained from a survey carried out among the
    national bodies, data on work in other
    international organizations or data on the state
    of the art in relation to standards of national
    bodies on a particular subject

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(quicker) Deliverables
(QUICKER) DELIVERABLES
  • Publicly Available Specification (PAS)
  • normative
  • A document representing the consensus within a
    working group
  • NOTE     Competing PAS offering different
    technical solutions are possible provided that
    they do not conflict with existing International
    Standards. (A TC/SC may decide to revise an ISO
    standard to allow conflicting PAS.)
  • Example ISO/PAS 18873 International protocol for
    doping control

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(quicker) Deliverables
(QUICKER) DELIVERABLES
  • International Workshop Agreement (IWA)
  • normative
  • A document which does not rely on the customary
    technical committee structures. Essentially this
    will be through an open workshop mechanism
    whereby market players will be able to negotiate
    in a workshop setting the contents of particular
    normative documents

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Special deliverable
  • Guide
  • informative
  • document giving orientation, advice or
    recommendations on non-normative matters relating
    to international standardization   
  • NOTE 1      Guides may address issues of interest
    to all users of International Standards
  • NOTE 2      Guides are not prepared by technical
    committees or subcommittees, but by policy
    committees or directly or indirectly by the TMB

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Comparison of procedures for different ISO
deliverables
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Standards development processes and deliverables
summary
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Adoption of ISO Standards
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New edition of Guide 21 (2005)
  • A new version of ISO/IEC Guide 21 has been
    revised in 2005. The new version consists of two
    parts
  • ISO/IEC Guide 21-12004 Regional or national
    adoption of International Standards and other
    International Deliverables Part 1 Adoption of
    International Standards
  • ISO/IEC Guide 21-22004 Regional or national
    adoption of International Standards and other
    International Deliverables Part 2 Adoption of
    International Deliverables other than
    International Standards
  • Part 2 addresses specially the regional or
    national adoption of International Deliverables
    other than Standards such as Technical
    Specifications (TS), Publicly Available
    Specifications (PAS), Guides, Technical Reports
    (TR), International/Technical Workshop
    Agreements (ITA/IWA) and Technology Trend
    Assessments (TTA).

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ISO/IEC Guide 21-1Main Content
  • ISO/IEC Guide 21-1
  • provides methods for adoption of International
    Standards as regional or national standards,
  • defines a system for indicating the degree of
    correspondence between International Standards
    and regional or national standards so as to
    promote coherence in the way regional or national
    standards bodies adopt International Standards
    and indicate the degree of correspondence with
    International Standard
  • and contributes thereby to achieving greater
    uniformity in the indication of both
    correspondence and deviations among standards of
    different countries will aid communication, avoid
    confusion and facilitate trade.

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ISO/IEC Guide 21-1Main applications
  • ISO/IEC Guide 21-1
  • applies directly to the adoption of international
    standards or deliverables, other than
    International Standards which have been developed
    by ISO and IEC, as regional or national
    standards.
  • is also used to in the adoption of standards
    other than International Standards (e.g. national
    standards of one country) as national standards
    of (another) country

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ISO/IEC Guide 21-1What is an adoption?
  • The adoption of an International Standard is
    defined asThe publication of a regional or
    national normative document based on a relevant
    International Standard, or endorsement of the
    International Standard as having the same status
    as a national normative document, with any
    deviations from the International Standard
    identified.  

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Three degrees of correspondence between
standards in an adoption
Degrees Identical Modified Not equivalent
Identifiers IDT MOD NEQ
Adoption Yes Yes No
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Methods of adoption
  • Endorsement method (via an endorsement notice)
  • Republication, which includes
  • Reprinting
  • Translation (with or without reprint of the
    original)
  • Redrafting
  • Independent of which method of republication is
    chosen, a regional or national identifier of the
    organization adopting the International Standard
    shall appear on the cover page and all other
    pages of the regional or national standard.

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Methods of adoptionChoices between different
adoption methods
  • If no editorial changes or technical deviations
    are made, any method of adoption above is
    suitable, although reprinting of the full text is
    the method recommended for those countries whose
    language is one of the official ISO/IEC
    languages. Where a translation is involved, the
    country should consider binding the original text
    with the translation.
  • If editorial changes or technical deviations are
    inevitable, it is recommended that the reprint
    method or the translation method with the
    incorporation of deviations within the text or in
    an annex be used.
  • The redrafting of standards is not recommended.

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Methods of adoption Coversheet method
  • Special note concerning the Cover sheet method
  • The Cover sheet method, whereby a cover sheet
    with regional or national bibliographical data
    (such as the regional or national reference
    number, title, publication date, degree of
    adoption etc.) is added to an original copy of
    the International Standard, is no longer
    permitted.

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Numbering of standards
  • Numbering of identical adoptions
  • It should be evident to the reader immediately,
    and not only after examination of the content,
    when regional or national standards are identical
    to the International Standards
  • Two numbering options
  • Single numbering
  • Dual numbering

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Numbering of standardsSingle numbering
  • Single numbering
  • Identical adoption of IEC 616421998becomes
    XYZ/IEC 616421998
  • with the acronym (represented here as XYZ for
    the regional or national standard) being added in
    front of the original reference number of the IS

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Numbering of standardsDual numbering
  • Dual numbering (1or 2 line)
  • Identical adoption of ISO 136161996becomes
    XYZ 878781998 / ISO 136161996
  • The adopted standard is composed of two
    individual numbers
  • A leading national standards number, followed by
  • the original number of the International Standard
  • 2-line Dual numbers are written asXYZ
    878781998ISO 136161996

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Numbering of standards
  • Note
  • Modified adoptions only carry a national number
    and do not include the reference number of the
    adopted International Standard.

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Dating of standards
  • There are two options for the dating of regional
    or national standards which are based on
    adoptions
  • Dating based on the year of publication of the
    regional or national standard
  • Example XYZ IEC 616421998 (for an identical
    adoption of IEC 616421996)
  • Dating based on the year of publication of the
    International Standard
  • Example XYZ IEC 616421996 (for an identical
    adoption of IEC 616421996)
  • In Dual numbering each of the individual numbers
    may contain a separate publication year.
  • Example XYZ 878781998 ISO 136161996

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Adoption of IS versus other deliverables
  • International Standards shall only be adopted as
    regional or national standards and not as any
    another deliverable type.
  • International Deliverables other than
    International Standards (TS, PAS, Guides, TRs
    etc.) may be adopted either through an identical
    regional or national deliverable or through
    another type of deliverable.

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The adoption process
Input
Output
Process Adoption rules
International Deliverables IS TS PAS IWA TR G
uide etc.
national or regionaldeliverables NS/RS Other
nationalor regional deliverables
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Global Directory v.2GD 2
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What is the ISO Global Directory ?
  • A database to manage data related to
  • users and their roles
  • participating in ISO committees, working groups
    other functions (e.g. balloting)
  • in an electronic working environment

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Objectives
  • Fundamental to all ISO applications related to
    standards development
  • Consistent definitions of ISO business roles
  • Decentralized management of the registration of
    users and their assignment to roles by ISO member
    bodies for their representatives
  • Possibility to delegate the user registration and
    role assignments to other organizations (for
    certain committees)
  • Ownership of user data is with one organization
    (member body) only

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Global Directory Single login to ISO applications
TCs/SCs, WGs on ISOTC server
ISOSTD server
Electronic balloting (CIB)
Electronicballoting(DIS/FDIS)
ISODOC server



Global Directory
registers a user
Membre Body User Administrator
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User registration (before Global Directory)
Member Bodies
User datarequested by secretary Provided
by MBs
MB1
TCs/SCs, WGs on ISOTC server
ISO committee secretary
MB2
User registration, role assignment
MB3
MBn

ISO/CS
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User registration (with Global Directory)
Member BodyUser Administrators
GlobalDirectory
MBUA1
TCs/SCs, WGs on ISOTC server
User registration Role assignment
Access for usersin assigned roles
MBUA2
MBUA3
MBUAn
ISO/CS
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The main changes
  • User role data is maintained by member body
    user administrators
  • Committee secretaries are relieved from user
    registration and user maintenance BUT are
    responsible for ensuring accuracy in individuals
    representation
  • ISO/CS will support user role management in the
    transition period (ends Dec. 06)

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Responsibility for role registration
ISO/CS Member bodies
Secretaries Chairs Convenors Project leaders Liaisons Committee members DIS and FDIS ballotters Committee-internal ballotters Secretarial support team
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Committee participation information
61
Committee-internal balloting applicationEB 3
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Features Very flexible
  • Multiple-questions ballots
  • Predefined ballots / Ad-hoc questions and answers
  • Automatic ballot life-cycle Opening and closing
    at planned dates
  • Notifications Authorized balloters are notified
    of opening/closing
  • Voting and changing votes/comments
    Balloters/commenter can cast and modify a
    vote/submit a comment during ballot duration
  • Ballot results
  • Details of votes cast and the comments submitted
    for closed ballots
  • Voting result statistics as PDF document (RTF
    possible)

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Custom-creation of ballots (by Secretariat)
  • Ballots can be created by a committee secretary
    or the secretary support staff
  • From pre-defined ballot templates
  • By cloning existing ballots
  • From scratch all questions and answers can be
    defined ad-hoc (? full flexibility)
  • NWIP, CD, resolutions, call for experts,
    convenorship, systematic reviews

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Selecting a ballot
65
Ballot pageTo review, cast a vote to submit a
comment
Attributes
Vote here
Ballot document(s)
Ballot question(s) answer values
66
Voting screen Casting a vote / submitting
comments
67
Closed ballot votes comments
Attributes Summary
Votes
Com- ments
68
Closed ballot result statistics
Download
69
Closed ballot ZIP PDF result
70
Ballot page participation
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Submission InterfaceSI 1
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Features of the submission interface
  • Allow the submission of files of DIS, FDIS,
    proofs, CD for review (will ultimately replace
    Folder 06)
  • Will allow to provide additional information
    necessary for the processing at ISO/CS
  • Possibility to see the status of all the projects
    in the work programme
  • Possibility to follow the progression of a
    document inside the ISO/CS and see the reason of
    pending if this happens

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SI 1 screen-shot
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Questions, comments
  • Thank you for your attention !

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