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ISO standardization work procedure

ISO standardization work procedure

  • The ISO specification procedure normally consists of six phases from proposal to issuance, and complies with the ISO/IEC Technical Workships Guide. The new specification proposal can be accomplished by the ISO member, TCSC secretary, coordinating agency, technical management board or advisory group, ISO secretary, or advisory group, and the work plan is referred to by the Technical Delegate.
ISO standardization work procedure
Step Document
Title Abbreviation
0 Preliminary stage Preliminary work item PWI
1 Suggestion stage New work item proposal NP
2 Preparatory stage Draft work WD
3 Committee stage A draft of the committee CD
4 Query stage Internal specifications (International Standards) DIS
5 Approval stage Final international specification FDIS
6 Publication phase International standards ISO

ISO Standardization Task Steps

(Step 0)Preliminary stage
  • Although it is not mature enough to proceed to subsequent phases, the Technical Committee or the Sub-Committee for Sub-communication can introduce preliminary work items to the task program (e.g., the emerging technical fields). The spare phase applies to a work item that can not be set up. All preliminary work items must be periodically reviewed by the Commission. The committee assesses the resources required for each work item.
(Step 1) Suggestion stage
  • A new Draft (NPU) proposal is a proposal for :
    1. Enactment of a new specification
    2. New content added to the current specification
    3. Revision or revision of current standards
    4. Modification or modification of current specification
  • Proposals for new work items may be made by the following agencies :
    1. National membership agency
    2. The secretary of the technical committee or the secretary of the subcommittee
    3. Committee on Other Technical Committees or Committees
    4. Linkage agency
    5. Technical Administration or Technical Advisory Group
    6. Secretary general
  • To do so, the initiative of a new work draft should make a multilateral effort to provide a first work draft or at least provide an overview of the work draft. The form of the document with a new work draft is referred to the technical committee or to the P member of the subcommittee for voting, and to O members it is referred to as a reference. Decisions concerning new work items can be made either by communication or by a meeting of technical committees or by subcommittee meetings.
  • Approval conditions for new job items are as follows :
    1. Approval of a simple majority of the members of the Technical Committee or subcommittee of the Committee shall be obtained,
    2. At least five of the members of the P team expressed their willingness to participate in the project development. In other words, if you present a comment on the expert recommendation and drafting of a specialist, each committee can increase these minimum requirements by providing effective contribution to the preparation step.
  • Once a draft work item is approved, the draft of this work item is a new priority project and is included in the work program of the relevant technical committee or the Sub-Committee for Sub-communication. The issue of inclusion of projects in a task program is finalized in Step 1.
(Step 2) Preparatory stage
  • The preparation step is the drafting (WD), work according to the ISO/IEC technical work manual, Volume 3. Once a new project is approved, the project manager can request for expert support from the national member body, if deemed necessary. A member who actively participates in the project development project recommends an expert who will work with the project manager. The secretary may propose the Board of Directors (WGS) to the Technical Committee or the Sub-Committee for Technical Committees. Typically, the project manager becomes the chairman of the workshop.
  • These workshops are established by the Technical Committee or subcommittee, and the technical committee or subcommittee establishes the work area of the working class and sets the target date for submitting a draft work. When responding to a new plan, the members who expressed their enthusiastic involvement should recommend an expert. Other P member organizations may also recommend an expert. The project manager is responsible for the development of the project, and usually congregates working group meetings and preside over meetings. The project manager may request the members of the task team to request a charge.
  • In order to prevent the delay in the project development in the later phase of the project, we strive to prepare both the English version and the non-English plates. If you write a specification in three different languages (English - French - Russian), make sure you include a russet plate. As soon as the task is completed - - Typically, the task force is terminated immediately after the completion of phase 4. The work team is left as advisor until the project manager ends the phase 6. The preparation phase ends when a draft of the work is registered with the Central Office as the first committee member (CD) for referral to the technical committee or to the member bodies of the sub-committees.
(Step 3) Committee stage
  • The Committee step is a step in reviewing the comments of the member bodies. Therefore, the member bodies must carefully review the committee and submit all appropriate comments in the preparation step. For review, the first committee shall be referred to all P and O members of the technical committee as soon as possible, along with a clear response deadline. The members ' comments for the 1st Committee of the Committee shall be within the minimum period of 3 months to 6 months. The agency must state the terms of the comments for the committee members ' committees. Comments must be sent to the secretary for editing. The national body must give sufficient notice to the delegates of its national position before the meeting. Within four weeks of the submission of comments, the secretary must add and organize comments and submit them to all P members and members of the technical committee or the subcommittee.
  • When editing the comments, the secretary consults with the chairman of the technical committee or the subcommittee, and consults with the project manager in consultation with the project manager if necessary.
    1. During the next meeting, we discuss the committee eye comments,
    2. Whether or not the amendment to the revised committee is referred to, or whether the committee shall register as a question step.
  • Within two months of deployment, if two or more members of the Committee are opposed to review or agree to a review by the Board of Directors of the Board of Directors, the committee shall be discussed in a meeting. Where an agreement has not been reached, the Committee shall distribute a follow-up committee proposal within three months. Member bodies may comment on the committee and the board of appeal for three months. The review of the subsequent editions shall continue until an agreement by the technical committee or a sub-committer P member has been obtained or a deletion or postponement of the project.
  • The decision to refer to a proposal is based on the principle of agreement. The Chair of the Technical Committee or the Committee of Directors shall be responsible for the determination of whether or not to obtain adequate support from the Committee of Conformity of the Committee as defined in ISO/IEC Guide 2:1991, and if necessary, if necessary with consultation with the project manager.
  • If it is deemed that an agreement has not been reached within the ISO, approval of two-thirds or more of the technical committee or sub-committees of P-Member voting is sufficient to approve the Committee's proposals as qualitative proposals. However, there should be a multilateral effort to resolve the opposition vote. The secretary of technical committees responsible for the committees or the committees responsible for the committees shall ensure that the decisions taken by the Council or the Communications Commission are sufficiently implemented in the proceedings.
  • Once agreement has been reached with the technical committee or the sub-committees, the relevant secretary shall prepare a final copy of the technical committee for direct reproduction and interrogation to the national member body in a suitable form. The committee steps are terminated when the committee approves that the technical issues are resolved and submitted to the central office for consultation with the Commission. Documents that do not comply with the ISO/IEC technical work directive will be returned to the administrative agency with a request prior to registering for the registration.
(Step 4) Query stage
  • During the inquiry phase, the questionnaire shall be distributed by the central office within four weeks of the period to all national member bodies within four weeks. During this phase, the proposal may be utilized in public questions, if necessary. The member body receives a notification from the central office regarding the closing deadlines of the voting area.
  • After the conclusion of the voting, the Secretary-General shall be sent to the Technical Committees or the Chairman of the Sub-Committee for Technology and Subcommittee on Technical Committees, together with comments received within four weeks for swift follow-up. The voting made by the member body must be clear (pro - or con - or abstentions) The affirmative vote may involve editorial comments or minor technical comments, and may involve technical or technical actions by the Chairman's Office or secretary. In the event that the proposal is not acceptable, the member bodies shall vote against it and specify the technical reasons for it. Where a technical amendment is accepted, it may be stated that it is willing to vote against it, but no conditional affirmative vote shall be made on its acceptance.
  • When editing the comments, the secretary consults with the chairman of the technical committee or the subcommittee, and consults with the project manager in consultation with the project manager if necessary.
    1. More than two-thirds of the technical committee members or members of the Sub-Committee for Sub-communication
    2. Less than one quarter of the total vote counts
  • If the acceptance criteria have been met, the revised proposal is registered within the final international specifications, or the approval criteria are not met.
    1. To submit a revised vote to vote
    2. To refer to a revised committee to obtain a comment or comment on the questions and comments at the next meeting
  • Within three months of the close of the voting, the technical committee of the Technical Committees or Committees shall complete a full report, which shall be referred to by the Central Office by the Central Office. The contents of the report are as follows :
    1. Presenting the results of the voting,
    2. Specify the findings of the technical committee or subcommittee
    3. Reactivating the comments of the comments received
    4. Opinion of the technical committee or the secretary of the Sub-Committee for each comments submitted by the comments
  • There should be a multilateral effort to resolve the opposition vote. Within two months of the deployment of the document, if two or more members of the P Member's disagree with the Chairman, this proposal shall be discussed in the meeting. Once the Chairman of the approval phase is determined, the technical committee or the secretary of the subcommittee shall prepare the final copy of the editorial committee within four months after the end of the voting period and send it to the Central Office for submission and submission thereof. The secretary's office provides a copy of the paper form and the machine in the form of a machine. Copies not according to ISO/IEC technical work instructions, Volume 3 are returned to the administrative agency with requests for corrective action before registration. Query steps are terminated simultaneously by registering a copy of the document to the Central Office as a final international specification.
(Step 5) Approval stage
  • During the approval phase, the final Country Code of Rules (FDIS) is promptly submitted to the Central Office for voting by the term of two months, the quickest way it can be economically utilized by all member bodies. The member bodies receive notification from the central office regarding the closing deadlines of the voting area. In the event of a vote, the member shall not submit any comments. In the event that the final decision is not acceptable, the member bodies shall vote against it and specify the technical reasons for this. No conditional affirmative vote shall be taken to accept the amendment.
  • The final sanction submitted for the vote shall be approved under the following conditions :
    1. More than two-thirds of the technical committee members or members of the Sub-Committee for Sub-communication
    2. Less than one quarter of the total vote counts
  • The voting vote without technical reasons is excluded from calculating the number of votes, and the abstention is excluded from the counting of votes. Technical reasons for the objection vote will be submitted to the technical committee or the secretary of the sub-committees for review at the next international standard. The secretary of technical committees or subcomponents shall be responsible for notifying the central office of any errors that may occur when the date of failure is terminated. Editing or technical amendments to this approval phase are no longer permitted.
  • Within two weeks of the voting, the central office shall refer to all member bodies of the results of the survey showing the official approval of the vote and official objections to the official approval of the member bodies of the member bodies concerned. The technical reasons for the contrary vote are attached only by reference. Once the final international specifications are approved, proceed to the publication phase. If the final International Standard is not approved, the document will be returned to the relevant technical committee or subcommittee for reviewing the technical reasons submitted with the contrary vote. The approval phase terminates with the approval of the voting result report stating the approval of the FDIS for publication as an international standard.
(Step 6) Publication phase
  • Within two months, the central office corrects the errors pointed by the technical committee or the secretary of the Sub-Committee for Technology and compiles and distributes them internationally. Publication of the publication with the publication of the International Standard will be terminated.