This document presents guidelines for the implementation of Essential Requirements of Gas Appliances Regulation (EU) 2016/426 into hEN candidates for citation in the OJEU.
This document gives guidance that is additional to the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations, Part 3:2019, when this is necessary owing to the special requirements of gas appliances and fittings.
This document is intended for the drafting of gas appliances and fittings standards.

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This document serves as a guideline explaining the concept of hybrid communications and support
functionalities for Cooperative ITS services deployed in conformance with the ITS station architecture
and related Cooperative ITS standards.

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This document provides guidelines on security applicable in Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) related
to communications and data access.
In particular, this document provides analyses and best practice content for secure ITS connectivity
using ISO/TS 21177.
This document analyses and identifies issues related to application security, access control, device
security and PKI for a secure ITS ecosystem.

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This document provides ergonomics data for standard developers to use in applying
ISO/IEC Guide 71:2014 to address accessibility in standards. These data can also be used by ergonomists
and designers to support the development of more accessible products, systems, services, environments,
and facilities.
The ergonomics data include quantitative data and knowledge about basic human characteristics and
capabilities as well as context-specific and task-specific data, all being based on ergonomics research.
The data focused on the effects of ageing and/or consequences of various types of human sensory,
physical, and cognitive disabilities. It does not contain general ergonomics data that have no direct
relation to ageing or disabilities.
The data presented in this document are not exhaustive due to no available data for some aspects of
human characteristics and capabilities with regard to ageing and disabilities.

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This document
— describes standardization activities related to C-ITS on a global level by major standard development
organizations (SDOs);
— explains the various purposes of deliverables from SDOs and introduces a classification scheme of
such documents;
— describes methods on how C-ITS services are presented and performed;
— identifies an approach for C-ITS releases and exemplifies this approach;
— presents a list of standards (Bibliography) with special relevance for C-ITS.

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In recent years, a number of representatives have been appointed by the CEN/CENELEC Governing Bodies (AGs, CAs, BTs) to represent the interests of CEN/CENELEC in external groups (e.g. European Commission Expert groups) and specific events (e.g. UN/EC, conferences).
Given the important role that these representatives play, it is necessary to define their roles and responsibilities and make them aware of the expected commitment, in order to ensure that they:
- act in line with the CEN and CENELEC Strategy 2030 (and subsequent strategies beyond 2020);
- are informed of the policies, priorities and positions of the organizations (CEN, CENELEC or CEN-CENELEC) they represent;
- understand the message and priorities to be conveyed;
- provide effective and efficient reporting and feedback to the CEN/CENELEC Governing Bodies.
To this end, once appointed, the representative is to abide by the stipulations of the guidance document as included in Annex A, which identifies a set of basic practices to be followed to ensure proper coordination, reporting and follow-up.
The list of appointed representatives is kept by CCMC. Regular updates will be provided to the CEN/CENELEC Governing Bodies.
Note: This Guide does not apply to the appointment of elected CEN and CENELEC Officers.

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This document provides guidelines on security applicable in Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) related to communications and data access. In particular, this document provides analyses and best practice content for secure ITS connectivity using ISO/TS 21177. This document analyses and identifies issues related to application security, access control, device security and PKI for a secure ITS ecosystem.

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This document serves as a guideline explaining the concept of hybrid communications and support functionalities for Cooperative ITS services deployed in conformance with the ITS station architecture and related Cooperative ITS standards.

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This document provides ergonomics data for standard developers to use in applying ISO/IEC Guide 71:2014 to address accessibility in standards. These data can also be used by ergonomists and designers to support the development of more accessible products, systems, services, environments, and facilities. The ergonomics data include quantitative data and knowledge about basic human characteristics and capabilities as well as context-specific and task-specific data, all being based on ergonomics research. The data focused on the effects of ageing and/or consequences of various types of human sensory, physical, and cognitive disabilities. It does not contain general ergonomics data that have no direct relation to ageing or disabilities. The data presented in this document are not exhaustive due to no available data for some aspects of human characteristics and capabilities with regard to ageing and disabilities.

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This document — describes standardization activities related to C-ITS on a global level by major standard development organizations (SDOs); — explains the various purposes of deliverables from SDOs and introduces a classification scheme of such documents; — describes methods on how C-ITS services are presented and performed; — identifies an approach for C-ITS releases and exemplifies this approach; — presents a list of standards (Bibliography) with special relevance for C-ITS.

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This document provides an EETS gap analysis with the aim to identify the need for new or updated standards to provide an enhanced support of the recast of the EU EETS legislation [29], [31], [32].

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This document provides guidance on addressing research and innovation (R&I) in European standardization activities and deliverables.
Secretaries and chairpersons of CEN/CENELEC Technical Bodies as well as CEN/CENELEC national members are encouraged to actively promote the application of this document.

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This CEN-CENELEC Guide provides mechanisms and details the characteristics and development process of the CEN/CENELEC deliverable known as the 'CEN/CENELEC Workshop Agreement'.

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This document provides guidance to standards developers on how to take account of climate change in the planning, drafting, revision and updating of ISO standards and other deliverables. It outlines a framework and general principles that standards developers can use to develop their own approach to addressing climate change on a subject-specific basis. It aims to enable standards developers to include adaptation to climate change (ACC) and climate change mitigation (CCM) considerations in their standardization work. Considerations related to ACC are intended to contribute to increasing preparedness and disaster reduction as well as impacting the resilience of organizations and their technologies, activities or products (TAPs). Considerations related to CCM consist primarily of approaches that seek to avoid, reduce or limit the release of GHG emissions and/or increase GHG removals.

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This Guide sets out the rules for the drafting and presentation of candidate harmonized European Standards (hENs) for construction products drafted in the framework of Regulation (EU) 305/2011 (Construction Products Regulation).
This Guide gives rules which are additional to the CEN-CENELEC Internal Regulations - Part 3 (based on ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2) when this is necessary because of the special provisions of harmonized product standards in the construction sector.
This Guide applies to all new candidate hENs and for new Work Items (WIs) revising/amending existent hENs.

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The present document has been produced to help a Technical Body (TB) to produce a Harmonised Standard (HS) covering the conformity of radio equipment with the essential requirements in articles 3.1(b) and 3.2 of the Radio Equipment Directive (Directive 2014/53/EU [i.1]).
NOTE 1: Article 3.1(b) of Directive 2014/53/EU [i.1] states:
"Radio equipment shall be constructed so as to ensure….an adequate level of electromagnetic compatibility as set out in Directive 2014/30/EU."
NOTE 2: Article 3.2 of Directive 2014/53/EU [i.1] states:
"Radio equipment shall be so constructed that it both effectively uses and supports the efficient use of radio spectrum in order to avoid harmful interference." The present document does not cover the production of HSs covering article 3.1(a) of Directive 2014/53/EU [i.1] which is the responsibility of CENELEC and article 3.3 which requires delegated acts by the European Commission (EC).

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This document provides guidance to standards developers on how to take account of sustainability in the drafting, revision and updating of ISO standards and similar deliverables. It outlines a methodology that ISO standards developers can use to develop their own approach to addressing sustainability on a subject-specific basis.

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IEC GUIDE 108:2019 defines rules for dealing with horizontal functions and horizontal publications. This Guide is to be used in conjunction with the ISO/IEC Directives and with the aspect­ specific Guides.
The fundamental concept of a horizontal publication is that it is an international publication (not a TS or a PAS) that is widely applicable and to be used by all relevant committees and that has undergone an enhanced approval process as described in this document.
In this Guide:
- the term "committees" includes technical committees, project committees, subcommittees and systems committees.
- the term "publication" includes International Standard, Technical Report, Technical Specification, Publicly Available Specification and Guide.
- the term "product" is used to refer to individual products, processes, services and combinations thereof, commonly known as "systems".

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This document provides a reference of single herbal medicines in order of their priority in the development of international standards.

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This document specifies the competence, consisting of knowledge, skills and attributes, needed to perform the tasks of standards professionals. This document is applicable to all personnel involved in some aspect of standardization in companies.

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This document specifies the competence, consisting of knowledge, skills and attributes, needed to perform the tasks of standards professionals. This document is applicable to all personnel involved in some aspect of standardization in an organization performing standardization activities.

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This document provides recommended standardization practices that are intended to support the application of the following: — the WTO TBT Committee decision on principles for the development of international standards, guides and recommendations (G/TBT/9, 13 November 2000); — the WTO TBT Agreement's Code of Good Practice for the Preparation, Adoption and Application of Standards (Annex 3 of the 1995 WTO TBT Agreement). This document is intended to be used by the national members of ISO and IEC, hereafter referred to as national bodies.

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This document provides requirements and recommendations to writers of medical device standards on the inclusion of aspects related to safety in International Standards, based on well-established risk management concepts and methodology. This document is applicable to any aspect related to the safety of people, property, the environment, or a combination of these. In this document, the term "product" includes a medical device or a system consisting of one or more medical devices, possibly combined with non-medical devices.

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This document specifies requirements that enable an organization to design, develop and provide products, goods or services so that they can be accessed, understood and used by the widest range of users.
This document specifies requirements and recommendations that enables  an organization to extend their range of users by identifying diverse needs, characteristics, capabilities,  and preferences, by directly or indirectly involving users, and by using knowledge about accessibility in its procedures and processes.
This document specifies requirements that can enable an organization to meet applicable statutory and regulatory requirements as related to accessibility of its products, goods or services.
The requirements set out in this document are generic and are intended to be applicable to all relevant parts of all organizations, regardless of type, size or products, goods or services provided.
This document promotes accessibility following a Design for All approach in mainstream products, goods and services and interoperability of these with assistive technologies.
This document does not provide technical design specifications and does not imply uniformity in design or functionality of products, goods and services.

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This document specifies requirements that enable an organization to design, develop and provide products, goods and services so that they can be accessed, understood and used by the widest range of users, including persons with disabilities.
This document specifies requirements and recommendations that enables an organization to extend their range of users by identifying diverse needs, characteristics, capabilities, and preferences, by directly or indirectly involving users, and by using knowledge about accessibility in its procedures and processes.
This document specifies requirements that can enable an organization to meet applicable statutory and regulatory requirements as related to the accessibility of its products, goods and services.
The requirements set out in this document are generic and are intended to be applicable to all relevant parts of all organisations, regardless of type, size or products, goods and services provided.
This document promotes accessibility following a Design for All approach in mainstream products goods and services and interoperability of these with assistive technologies.
This document does not provide technical design specifications and does not imply uniformity in design or functionality of products, goods and services.

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This document provides general recommendations to be taken into consideration when determining the most suitable type of packaging for products intended for consumers. The functions that packaging can perform include, but are not limited to, containment, protection, handling, transport, storage, convenience, information and presentation. This document also considers the sustainable use of resources covering optimization, reuse and recovery of packaging. This document provides guidance to: — product designers, manufacturers and others engaged in the process of making decisions concerning packaging; — those drafting standards to meet the packaging needs and requirements of consumers as prospective purchasers of products; — committees preparing standards for consumer products or services; — regulators. This document is not applicable to bulk packaging, which is solely intended to protect products in bulk when being transported between manufacturers and retailers, and it is not intended for industrial packaging.

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IEC 62386-221:2018 specifies the methodology of demand response which focuses on the curtailment of electric loads during peak demand times thus avoiding the requirement to find new sources of generation capacity. By using load shedding, the lighting system responds to the demands of the energy supply.
This document is applicable to control gear supporting the demand response functionality.

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This document contains a list of currently used terminology to describe accessibility and terms
that writers of standards need when writing and designing International Standards. It is
important to standardize and define a recognized list of the terms already used and in existing
ITU Recommendations and Resolutions, along with those in the UN Convention on the Rights
of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD). Without such a list, there could be confusion not only
on the part of writers and implementers of standards, but also by the public at large. It is also
important to eliminate terminology that is no longer used, offensive, and demeaning to
persons with disabilities (PWD) and others.
The terminology in this document is for use in international work when English is used to refer
to telecommunication/ICT accessibility matters. This document is also applicable to everyday
life and all usages, including web design and other writings, as well as ICT,
telecommunications, and broadcasting standardization. The aim is for it to also be
mainstreamed into future policy, regulatory, and academic documents so as to be consistent
with global compatibility and understanding. In the future, work that is yet to be created,
written, or approved could include new terms that are added as appropriate by consensus in a
revision.

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ISO/IEC Guide 14:2018 provides guidance on the provision of information concerning products and their related services intended for consumers. It outlines general principles and recommendations for content, methods, formats and designs enabling consumers to compare and choose consumer products and their related services prior to purchase.

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This Guide sets out the policy for the copyright, dissemination and sale of CEN-CENELEC Publications at all stages of their development, together with their national implementations and national products containing them, in all formats, distributed by all media and in all language versions in all territories.
This Guide establishes practices in line with competition law and with the World Trade Organization (WTO) criteria regarding dissemination of adopted standards under the openness criterion and the criterion on effectiveness and relevance in terms of availability to users.
This Guide replaces CEN-CENELEC Guide 10:2015.

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This Guide complements, and should be read in conjunction with, the membership criteria of CEN and CENELEC included in CEN-CENELEC Internal Regulations Part 1 (IR1), Part 1D).
This Guide supersedes CEN-CENELEC Guide 22:2015 in line with the decisions of the CEN and CENELEC General Assemblies taken in June 2017 to review the organizational structure and processes for the assessment of the membership criteria of CEN and CENELEC.
This Guide aims to illustrate the organizational model implementing the management of the exercises of peer assessment or self-assessment combined with EN ISO 9001 certification of the membership criteria laid down in IR1, Part 1D, as well as their reports and follow-up of actions.
The agreed organizational model aims at building trust and accountability of the CEN-CENELEC system, while ensuring efficient and effective management. Indeed, the implementation of such an assessment system replies to the ambitious goal of “excellence” embedded in the provisions of the membership criteria.
The assessment exercises are handled under the supervision of a recognized super partes body, and independent Chair and by competent assessors, be they independent from the member assessed (e.g. in case of peer assessment) or within the same member (self-assessment combined with EN ISO 9001 certification).
The blend of competence and independence of judgment of the Chair and assessors and the effective and efficient processes of follow-up actions will ensure the integrity of the CEN-CENELEC assessment system and the recognition of those CEN and CENELEC stakeholders closely linked to, and benefiting from, standardization.

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The purpose of this Technical Report is to give advice on, and explanation of, the preparation of suitable EMF standards. It also aims to ensure that relevant deliverables from all CLC TCs will accurately reflect the current policy and legislative background on EMF exposure.

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The purpose of this Technical Report is to give advice on, and explanation of, the preparation of suitable EMF standards. It also aims to ensure that relevant deliverables from all CLC TCs will accurately reflect the current policy and legislative background on EMF exposure.

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This document presents rules for the drafting and presentation of European Standards dealing with machinery safety and their revisions, primarily to achieve consistency and acceptable quality of the various standards to be prepared.
It also gives requirements on the criteria for the selection of new work items and for procedures to prepare, produce or revise standards in an efficient and effective way.
This document gives requirements that are additional to the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations, Part 3, when this is necessary owing to the special requirements of machinery safety standards.
This document is primarily intended for the drafting of type-C standards. It is also applicable to the drafting of type-B standards; however, the foreseeable variation in the format of these standards prevents general application. When its requirements are specific to type-B standards, this is indicated.

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This document provides guidance on addressing chemicals in the development of standards for
consumer-relevant articles. The aim is to minimize the impacts of chemicals of concern on human
health and the environment by complying with, complementing or going beyond legal obligations for these chemicals. Emphasis is given to chemicals in articles posing risks to human health during use. The
environmental dimension is considered, where feasible and where appropriate, for instance by
addressing environmental exposure or persistent or bio-accumulative chemicals.
The Guide is intended to assist in the development of normative provisions for chemicals, particularly in
those areas where specific regulatory provisions (e.g. limit values) for chemicals are absent and are not
envisaged to be implemented in the foreseeable future such as articles covered by the General Product
Safety Directive (2001/95/EC). In so doing, the Guide aims to facilitate the placing on the market of safe
products. In addition, these guidelines can assist those with a general professional interest in consumer
safety.
The Guide including the associated background information document presents a comprehensive
overview of approaches taken on chemicals in various legislative and voluntary tools. It is not intended
to override legal obligations. Both documents reflect the status as of April 2017.
Electrical and electronic equipment, and ICT products, are excluded from the scope as these products
fall under the lead of CENELEC and ETSI, respectively. Food contact materials, materials used in the
supply of drinking water, medical devices, and construction products are also excluded. This is because
comprehensive, detailed and specific regulation on chemicals in these products is either already
available or subject to consideration and debate; because specific approaches are required; or because
performance requirements are supposed to be addressed at national level; or a combination of all these.
Nonetheless, some of the guidance may be useful in areas excluded from the scope of the Guide.
It is envisaged that sector specific guides or standards dealing with chemical hazards in standards for
consumer-relevant articles, where available, should be used in conjunction with the present Guide.
NOTE The Bibliography includes relevant CEN sector guidance documents.

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ISO 20183:2015 provides standards writers with guidelines for the inclusion of injury and safety definitions and thresholds to be applied in the development of ISO/TC 83 standards. It is intended to contribute to harmonization of the language and understanding safety of products/procedures as well as to comply with Directive 2001/95/EC on general product safety requirements.

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IEC 61987-24-2:2017 provides
- an operating list of properties (OLOP) for the description of the operating parameters and the collection of requirements for accessories attached to automated valves, listed in Annex A,
- device lists of properties (DLOPs) for accessories attached to automated valves, listed in Annex B.

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This Guide provides standardization committees with the information necessary to develop product information requirements in as uniform and complete manner as possible. It concentrates on safety information, but also contains other kinds of information.
Some European Directives have specific requirements for product information relating to consumer safety or the safety of employees. Compliance with this Guide may not meet these requirements.
This Guide can be consulted where:
   products are not (yet) covered by standards and/or codes of good practice;
   products are covered by standards without product information requirements;
   more in-depth guidance on product information is sought.

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ISO/TR 22100-3:2016 describes the main ergonomic risk factors influencing the safety of machinery and gives a framework for incorporating them into the design of machines by the integration of important ergonomic principles relating to: - avoiding stressful postures and movements during use of the machine; - designing machines, and more especially hand-held and mobile machines, which can be operated easily; - avoiding as far as possible noise, vibration, thermal effects; NOTE 1: The health effects of noise, vibration and adverse thermal conditions are well-known and are not addressed here. However environmental factors can interact with machine design and risks arising from such influences are addressed in this document. ? avoiding linking the operator's working rhythm to an automatic succession of cycles; ? providing local lighting on or in the machine; NOTE 2: Lighting of the machine or of the surrounding workplace by the machine can have a significant impact on the safety of machine operation and this risk is addressed by this document. - selecting, locating and identifying manual controls (actuators) so that they are clearly visible and identifiable and appropriately marked where necessary; - selecting, designing and locating indicators, dials and visual display units. The approach is based on ISO 12100 with its iterative process to identify significant hazards and reduce risks. Relevant steps of this iterative process have been adapted to include ergonomic principles, and practical guidance is given to apply standards dealing with ergonomics which are relevant for machinery design. ISO/TR 22100-3:2016 is intended for use by standards writers and designers of machinery. It can be used when no relevant C-type standards are available.

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This CEN Technical Report provides guidance for the procedure to be followed in order to support the European standardization of new cements that are not covered by an existing European Standard.
The term 'new cement' has been used in this document to describe its primary focus, however, this same guideline procedure may be used for other products to be standardized by CEN/TC 51.

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ISO/IEC Guide 17:2016 provides guidance and recommendations to writers of standards on the needs of micro, small and medium‐ sized enterprises (SMEs) in order to avoid the exclusion of SMEs from the market and the distortion of fair competition. ISO/IEC Guide 17:2016 is relevant to all stakeholders involved in standardization, i.e. standards writers in working groups (WGs), technical committees (TCs), project committees (PCs), or subcommittees (SCs) as well as members of national mirror committees. Not all principles presented in this Guide necessarily have to apply to all standards. Furthermore, sector-specific questions might not be covered. TCs, PCs, SCs and WGs are best placed to evaluate how to address the specific needs of SMEs in their standards. ISO/IEC Guide 17:2016 contains: a) considerations for the development of standards that are best adapted to SMEs' needs; b) techniques for identifying and assessing provisions in standards that may especially impact SMEs; c) ways to reduce negative impacts on SMEs resulting from some provisions in standards; d) guidelines for writing SME‐friendly standards; e) a checklist; f) information on the impact that new standards can have on micro‐enterprises. NOTE In this Guide, the term "standard" includes all ISO/IEC deliverables.

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ISO/TR 17465-3:2015 is to provide a description of the release procedures for standards that is to be used within ISO TC 204. In the main, these will be International Standards produced by ISO TC 204; however, it is likely that some standards produced by other Standards Development Organizations will have to be included in some releases. Initially, this release procedure will be applied to the deployment of standards for cooperative-ITS, however, in principle at least, it should be possible to apply it to standards for other ITS domains. It also has to be possible for this release procedure to be used by other Standards Development Organizations that do not already have their own procedures and with suitable changes to the identities of the people and groups involved, by any other organization that needs to produce a consistent set of documents.

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ISO/TR 17465-2:2015 provides guidance for the structure that is to be used in multi-part ISO/CEN standards for particular services or applications to be included in Cooperative-ITS. The guidance of ISO/TR 17465-2:2015 may also be considered for use in multi-part standards for other ITS services and applications.

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IEC 60050-901:2013 gives the general terminology used in the field of standardization, as well as general terms pertaining to specific applications and associated technologies. It has the status of a horizontal standard in accordance with IEC Guide 108:2006.

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ISO/IEC Guide 50:2014 provides guidance to experts who develop and revise standards, specifications and similar publications. It aims to address potential sources of bodily harm to children from products that they use, or with which they are likely to come into contact, even if not specifically intended for children. ISO/IEC Guide 50:2014 does not provide guidance on the prevention of intentional harm (e.g. child abuse) or non-physical forms of harm, such as psychological harm (e.g. intimidation). ISO/IEC Guide 50:2014 does not address the economic consequences of the above.

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ISO/IEC Guide 71:2014 provides guidance to standards developers on addressing accessibility requirements and recommendations in standards that focus, whether directly or indirectly, on systems (i.e. products, services and built environments) used by people. To assist standards developers to define accessibility requirements and recommendations, it presents a summary of current terminology relating to accessibility, issues to consider in support of accessibility in the standards development process, a set of accessibility goals (used to identify user accessibility needs), descriptions of (and design considerations for) human abilities and characteristics, and strategies for addressing user accessibility needs and design considerations in standards.

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ISO/IEC Guide 51:2014 provides requirements and recommendations for the drafters of standards for the inclusion of safety aspects in standards. ISO/IEC Guide 51:2014 is applicable to any safety aspect related to people, property or the environment, or to a combination of these.

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IWA 14-2:2013 provides guidance for the selection, installation and use of vehicle security barriers (VSBs) and describes the process of producing operational requirements (ORs). It also gives guidance on a design method for assessing the performance of a VSB.

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IWA 14-1:2013 specifies the essential impact performance requirement for a vehicle security barrier (VSB) and a test method for rating its performance when subjected to a single impact by a test vehicle not driven by a human being.

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IEC 62542:2013 specifies generic terms and definitions that are related to environmental standardization within the IEC. It serves as a glossary of terminology to be considered for environmental aspects of relevant work in IEC. The terms cover environmental issues that are relevant for electrotechnical products across all product life cycle stages. It has the status of a horizontal standard in accordance with IEC Guide 108.

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