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What is the ISO standard set by the International Organization for Standardization

What is the ISO standard set by the International Organization for Standardization

ISO standards are standards developed by the International Organization for Standardization. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is a worldwide federation of national standardization bodies with 140 member countries. According to the constitution of the organization, each country can only have one of the most representative standardization body as its members, China's former State Bureau of Quality and Technical Supervision in the name of CSBTS to participate in ISO activities.

ISO's technical activities are to develop and publish International Standards. The work of ISO involves standardization activities in various technical fields except electrical standards. Since the 1990s, standardization in the field of communication technology has shown a rapid development trend and become an important part of international standardization activities. Cooperation and coordination between ISO and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) form the core of standardization efforts worldwide. ISO and IEC have jointly developed the ISO/IEC Guidelines for Technical Work, which set out a range of details, from the establishment of institutions to the appointment of personnel and the responsibilities of each individual. The ISO Technical work from the international level to the national (Member body) level to the Technical Committee (TC), Sub-Committee (SC), Finally, the Working Group (WG) is integrated into an organic whole, which ensures the effective functioning of this huge international organization with 140 member states, 2850 technical committees, sub-committees and working groups, and 30,000 experts. ISO has published nearly 14,000 international standards, technical reports, and related guidelines, and the list is growing. An average of 15 ISO meetings are held around the world every working day to develop these standards.

The work of ISO has attracted the interest of international organizations, 535 of which have established liaison relations with ISO technical committees and sub-committees. In order to communicate information, ISO has established the Information Network (ISONET), which has been provided with fast access by standards information centers in 82 countries. The network has received 500,000 publications of standards, technical regulations and other standards, and has input data for 10,750 international standards and 2,700 draft international standards.

The organization of ISO includes: ISO General Assembly, principal officials, member groups, corresponding members, donor members, Policy Development Committee, Conformity Assessment Committee (CASCO), Consumer Policy Committee (COPOLCO), Committee for Developing Countries Affairs (DEVCO), special Advisory Group, Technical Management Bureau, Technical Committee TC, Council, Central Secretariat, etc.

The organization of ISO is divided into non-permanent and permanent institutions. The highest authority of ISO is the ISO General Assembly, which is a non-permanent body of ISO. Before 1994, the General Assembly met every three years. When the general Assembly is held, all members of the ISO community, corresponding members and international organizations in contact with ISO will send representatives to attend the meeting. Each member has 3 seats for official representatives, and more than 3 representatives will attend the meeting as observers. The size of the general assembly is about 200 to 260 people. The main agenda of the Conference includes the activities of the relevant items covered in the annual report, the ISO strategic plan and the financial situation. The ISO Central Secretariat is responsible for the work of the secretariats of the General Assembly, the four policy development committees established by the General Assembly, the Council, the Bureau of Technical Management and the Committee on General Principles of Standardization. Since 1994, according to the new ISO constitution, the ISO general Assembly has been changed to once a year.

There are five main officials of ISO, they are: the ISO President; ISO Vice-President (Policy) (Vice President, Policy), ISO Vice-President (Technology) (Vice President, Technical Management); ISO Treasurer; The ISO Secretary-General, with all principal officials appointed by the Council for life terms; The ISO Secretary-General presides over the daily work of ISO.


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