This European Standard introduces methods and procedures when applying physical asset management as a framework to take into account the maintenance function within organisations strategic and tactical decision on physical assets and when applying physical asset management as a framework to maintenance activities. It also introduces at a methodological level the relationship between organizational strategic plan and the maintenance management system and describes at a procedural level the interrelations between maintenance process and all the other physical asset management processes.
This European Standard may be applied to managing the physical assets of organizations of all sizes especially goods producing organisations. However, if specific standards exist for a particular application, those standards may also be considered.
This European standard introduces methods and procedures for all the levels and functions of the organisations’ management such as corporate planning management, plant management, technical management, production management, financial management, asset management, maintenance management, quality management etc.
This European Standard consists of guidance and recommendations and is not intended to be used for
certification, regulatory, or contractual use.

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This document provides guidance for the assessment of the capacity of service providers and the evaluation of service proposals in order to improve and facilitate the process of procuring services.
This document is applicable to:
a)   Any organization regardless of its type or size
b)   Any interested parties who are directly or indirectly involved in or affected by a procurement process
This document is not applicable to business-to-consumer (B2C) service contracts or for works contracts.
NOTE 1   ‘Works contracts’ are contracts that have as their object the execution, or both the design and execution, of a work and are not covered in this document. Contracts having as their object only the design of a work are covered.
NOTE 2   ‘Work’ means the outcome of building or civil engineering works taken as a whole which is sufficient in itself to fulfil an economic or technical function.

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This Standard gives guidelines for the alignment between financial and non-financial asset management functions, in order to improve internal control as part of an organization’s management system. Alignment of these functions will enable the realization of value derived from the implementation of asset management detailed within ISO 55000, ISO 55001 and ISO 55002, particularly ISO 55002:2018, Annex F. The guidance in this document is consistent with the requirements of ISO 55001 for an asset management system but does not add new requirements to ISO 55001 or provide interpretations of the requirements of ISO 55001. For an example of an organization aligning its asset management functions, see Annex F.

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This Standard defines requirements for content of maintenance records on railway vehicles and guidance to help the parties involved in the maintenance process to fulfil their responsibilities, especially:
—   document that maintenance has been ordered properly;
—   document that maintenance has been delivered according to the maintenance order.
Within the ECM organisation this affects especially the fleet maintenance management and maintenance delivery functions (refer to the ECM-Regulation 445/2011). In addition to the above, maintenance records are an important input for the maintenance development function and be made available to it on request.
As a consequence the following issues are out of the scope of this Standard:
—   managing documentation required to schedule and dispose maintenance (e. g. trigger events for planned maintenance or fault notices reported by train crew);
—   managing fault notices generated by trainborne diagnostic systems;
—   managing documentation related to the interaction between railway undertakings and ECM (e.g. return to operation).

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This European Standard describes the methodology and the elements to be considered for the creation and modification of a rolling stock maintenance plan, up to the validation.
This document describes general requirements (list of input data, structure and content) of a maintenance plan.
For the creation and modification of a rolling stock maintenance plan, this European Standard lists:
-   preparation and selection of documents and input data;
-   analysis of input data and development of the maintenance plan up to its validation;
-   reasons to check a current maintenance plan;
-   impact assessment and process to be followed;
-   monitoring conditions (e.g. justification methods, verification, validation, documentation, roles, skills and knowledge).
This European Standard applies only to preventive maintenance.

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This document gives guidelines for the application of an asset management system, in accordance with
the requirements of ISO 55001.
This document can be applied to all types of assets and by all types and sizes of organizations.
NOTE 1 This document is intended to be used for managing physical assets in particular, but it can also be
applied to other asset types.
NOTE 2 This document does not provide financial, accounting or technical guidance for managing specific
asset types, however, in Annex F information is provided on the relationship between the financial and nonfinancial
asset management functions.
NOTE 3 For the purposes of ISO 55000, ISO 55001 and this document, the term “asset management system” is
used to refer to a management system for asset management.

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This document  provides  an overview  of  standards in the set  Business  Interoperability Interfaces (BII) for public  procurement. It covers the first part of the e- procurement chain. BII focus  on exchange of information between  business  partners. This brings in  scope all  electronic  communication between a contracting authority and an economic operator. Back-office information processing is out of scope.
To ensure interoperability each electronic communication will be described as follows:
- A choreography describes the sequence of transactions;
- A transaction describes all information elements exchanged between business partners;
- A syntax implementation guideline (SIG) provides the syntax bindings needed to implement the transaction
- A procurement procedure guideline identifies the position of the transactions in a procedure.

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This document provides an overview of e-ordering standards in the set Business Interoperability Inter-
faces (BII) for public procurement. E-ordering covers the e-sourcing and e-ordering business areas of the
e-procurement chain,  starting  from  the awarding of  the  contract  or  the  receiving  of  a  quotation  to the receipt of a despatch advise or a receiving advice for the goods or services that have been ordered.

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This document  provides  an overview  of  standards in the set  Business  Interoperability Interfaces (BII) for public  procurement. It covers the first part of the e- procurement chain. BII focus  on exchange of information between  business  partners. This brings in  scope all  electronic  communication between a contracting authority and an economic operator. Back-office information processing is out of scope.
To ensure interoperability each electronic communication will be described as follows:
- A choreography describes the sequence of transactions;
- A transaction describes all information elements exchanged between business partners;
- A syntax implementation guideline (SIG) provides the syntax bindings needed to implement the transaction
- A procurement procedure guideline identifies the position of the transactions in a procedure.

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This document provides an overview of e-ordering standards in the set Business Interoperability Inter-
faces (BII) for public procurement. E-ordering covers the e-sourcing and e-ordering business areas of the
e-procurement chain,  starting  from  the awarding of  the  contract  or  the  receiving  of  a  quotation  to the receipt of a despatch advise or a receiving advice for the goods or services that have been ordered.

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This document provides an overview of eTendering standards in the set Business Interoperability Interfaces (BII) for public procurement. BII eTendering covers the tendering part of the e-procurement chain, starting from subscribing interest in a business opportunity till concluding the contract.
BII focus on exchange of information between business partners. This brings in scope all electronic communication between a contracting authority and an economic operator. Back-office information processing, like the evaluation of tenders, is out of scope.
To ensure interoperability each electronic communication will be described as follows:
- A procurement procedure guideline identifies the position of the transactions  in a procedure;
- A choreography describes the sequence of transactions;
- A transaction describes all  information elements exchanged between business partners;
- A syntax implementation guideline (SIG) provides the syntax bindings needed to implement the transaction.

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The  CEN/TC  440/WG5  has  developed  a  set  of  deliverables  to  support  interoperability  in  the  pre- and  post-award areas of public procurement. In particular, the deliverables cover the exchange of electronic product catalogues and related  documents  between  contracting  bodies  and  economic  operators  respectively  buyers  and  sellers.  An  electronic product catalogue contains specifications of products (goods and services) with their pricing. A catalogue is used to serve as a basis for ordering and all other following post-award processes. To ensure interoperability each electronic communication will be described as follows:
• A choreography describes the sequence of transactions;
• A transaction describes all information elements exchanged between business partners;
• A syntax implementation guideline (SIG) provides the syntax bindings needed to implement the transaction.

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This International Standard specifies the requirements for a security management system, including those
aspects critical to security assurance of the supply chain. Security management is linked to many other
aspects of business management. Aspects include all activities controlled or influenced by organizations that
impact on supply chain security. These other aspects should be considered directly, where and when they
have an impact on security management, including transporting these goods along the supply chain.
This International Standard is applicable to all sizes of organizations, from small to multinational, in
manufacturing, service, storage or transportation at any stage of the production or supply chain that wishes to:
a) establish, implement, maintain and improve a security management system;
b) assure conformance with stated security management policy;
c) demonstrate such conformance to others;
d) seek certification/registration of its security management system by an Accredited third party Certification
Body; or
e) make a self-determination and self-declaration of conformance with this International Standard.
There are legislative and regulatory codes that address some of the requirements in this International
Standard.
It is not the intention of this International Standard to require duplicative demonstration of conformance.
Organizations that choose third party certification can further demonstrate that they are contributing
significantly to supply chain security.

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The  CEN/TC  440/WG5  has  developed  a  set  of  deliverables  to  support  interoperability  in  the  pre- and  post-award areas of public procurement. In particular, the deliverables cover the exchange of electronic product catalogues and related  documents  between  contracting  bodies  and  economic  operators  respectively  buyers  and  sellers.  An  electronic product catalogue contains specifications of products (goods and services) with their pricing. A catalogue is used to serve as a basis for ordering and all other following post-award processes. To ensure interoperability each electronic communication will be described as follows:
• A choreography describes the sequence of transactions;
• A transaction describes all information elements exchanged between business partners;
• A syntax implementation guideline (SIG) provides the syntax bindings needed to implement the transaction.

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This document provides an overview of eTendering standards in the set Business Interoperability Interfaces (BII) for public procurement. BII eTendering covers the tendering part of the e-procurement chain, starting from subscribing interest in a business opportunity till concluding the contract.
BII focus on exchange of information between business partners. This brings in scope all electronic communication between a contracting authority and an economic operator. Back-office information processing, like the evaluation of tenders, is out of scope.
To ensure interoperability each electronic communication will be described as follows:
- A procurement procedure guideline identifies the position of the transactions  in a procedure;
- A choreography describes the sequence of transactions;
- A transaction describes all  information elements exchanged between business partners;
- A syntax implementation guideline (SIG) provides the syntax bindings needed to implement the transaction.

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IEC TR 62978:2017(E) gives guidelines on the current asset management perspectives for HVDC installations based on best practices of asset owners, operators, users, original equipment manufacturers and regulators within the power industry. This document covers HVDC systems with Line-Commutated Converters (LCC) and can be generally applied to Voltage Sourced Converters (VSC), not including specific equipment or sub-equipment required under VSC. This document provides base guidelines on fundamental aspects and prudent practices to be considered by stake holders in managing HVDC assets. Compliance to additional requirements and recommendations stipulated in this document by the supplier or OEM are non-obligatory, unless explicitly specified by the customer.

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ISO 20400:2017 provides guidance to organizations, independent of their activity or size, on integrating sustainability within procurement, as described in ISO 26000. It is intended for stakeholders involved in, or impacted by, procurement decisions and processes.

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This International Standard provides an overview of asset management, its principles and terminology,
and the expected benefits from adopting asset management.
This International Standard can be applied to all types of assets and by all types and sizes of organizations.
NOTE 1 This International Standard is intended to be used for managing physical assets in particular, but it
can also be applied to other asset types.
NOTE 2 This International Standard does not provide financial, accounting or technical guidance for managing
specific asset types.
NOTE 3 For the purposes of ISO 55001, ISO 55002 and this International Standard, the term “asset management
system” is used to refer to a management system for asset management.

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This European standard introduces the general approach for physical asset management. It also introduces the relationship between organisational strategic plan and maintenance management system and describes the interrelations between maintenance process and all the other asset management processes. It addresses the role and importance of maintenance within physical asset management system during whole lifecycle of an item.
This European standard is best applicable to production organizations of all sizes.
This European standard consists of guidance and recommendations and is not intended to be used for certificatoin, regulatory or contractual use.

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This International Standard specifies requirements for an asset management system within the context
of the organization.
This International Standard can be applied to all types of assets and by all types and sizes of organizations.
NOTE 1 This International Standard is intended to be used for managing physical assets in particular, but it
can also be applied to other asset types.
NOTE 2 This International Standard does not specify financial, accounting or technical requirements for
managing specific asset types.
NOTE 3 For the purposes of ISO 55000, ISO 55002 and this International Standard, the term “asset management
system” is used to refer to a management system for asset management.

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This European Standard is a tool to be used by any partner wishing to draft and make use of the reference of any need to be satisfied. In light of this purpose, it: a) states the interests and fields of application of the Functional Need Analysis, Functional Need Expression and Functional Performance Specification concepts; b) determines the contents requirements of the functional need expression structured in four main bodies: 1) global definition of the need; 2) definition of the strategic elements and the consolidation of needs; 3) highlighting of principles, and concepts chosen beforehand, if any; 4) description of the functions to be provided and of the constraints to be complied with. c) determines the requirements on the composition and contents of a functional performance specification and those used to assess its quality, i.e. requirements concerning: 1) its contents and structure; 2) the assessment of the characteristics which define its quality. d) precisely specifies, in the form of requirements: 1) the conditions for a successful Functional Need Analysis (FNA) action producing a deliverable called Functional Need Expression (FNE); 2) the conditions for drawing up a successful functional performance specification (FPS) based on the available functional need expression (FNE); 3) the conditions of use of the FPS by the inquirer and the various partners involved (the provider for example); e) specifies the various conditions of use of these concepts. This European Standard is applicable in principle to all product types and dimensions (from the elementary tangible object to the definition of an organisation and its strategy, including the systems or processes and activities implemented by an organisation) and to all sectors of activity (including the service sector). Lastly it is applicable within the framework of relationships between external partners (between a customer and its providers) or internally (between two entities of the same organisation for example).

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This European Standard specifies a model for reporting crime incidents related to transport services. This European Standard specifies common rules for incident reporting data, data collection and securing process independently whether the reporter/collector is a private company, association or public authority.

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This European Standard specifies a model for reporting crime incidents related to transport services.
This European Standard specifies common rules for incident reporting data, data collection and securing process independently whether the reporter/collector is a private company, association or public authority.

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This European Standard is a tool to be used by any partner wishing to draft and make use of the reference of any need to be satisfied. In light of this purpose, it:
a)   states the interests and fields of application of the Functional Need Analysis, Functional Need Expression and Functional Performance Specification concepts;
b)   determines the contents requirements of the functional need expression structured in four main bodies:
1)   global definition of the need;
2)   definition of the strategic elements and the consolidation of needs;
3)   highlighting of principles, and concepts chosen beforehand, if any;
4)   description of the functions to be provided and of the constraints to be complied with.
c)   determines the requirements on the composition and contents of a functional performance specification and those used to assess its quality, i.e. requirements concerning:
1)   its contents and structure;
2)   the assessment of the characteristics which define its quality.
d)   precisely specifies, in the form of requirements:
1)   the conditions for a successful Functional Need Analysis (FNA) action producing a deliverable called Functional Need Expression (FNE);
2)   the conditions for drawing up a successful functional performance specification (FPS) based on the available functional need expression (FNE);
3)   the conditions of use of the FPS by the inquirer and the various partners involved (the provider for example);
e)   specifies the various conditions of use of these concepts.
This European Standard is applicable in principle to all product types and dimensions (from the elementary tangible object to the definition of an organisation and its strategy, including the systems or processes and activities implemented by an organisation) and to all sectors of activity (including the service sector). Lastly it is applicable within the framework of relationships between external partners (between a customer and its providers) or internally (between two entities of the same organisation for example).

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This Technical Report aims to provide Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) basic knowledge about how to manage and mitigate the risk of criminal and terrorist activities. This is a shared objective for the private and public sector.1 For the private sector, companies have gained experience on measures, which can assist in preventing security breaches from happening, to protect against supply chain interruption. Also some business standards have been developed identifying measures, which companies can execute in order to obtain labels which certify business operations and reward them with a security quality label. The public sector has developed security legislation which companies should either mandatory or voluntary apply into their business operations. This Guide provides an easy-to-read overview on:
1) How SMEs can apply a supply chain security approach to their operations (Clause 2).
2) The main crime types in the supply chain including some measures to fight these crime types from occurring (Clause 3).
3) Supply chain security legislation and programs, with their respective compliance requirements
(Clause 4). 1 In the context of this guide, “supply chain security” covers risk management, crime prevention, security procedures and technologies, as well as security regulations and programs. The overview and examples in this book are based on recent academic work and interviews with experts in the field, including CEN SCS Feasibility Study (2010); EU FP7-LOGSECRoadmap (2011) and interviews with CEN TC/379 experts.

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This Technical Report aims to provide Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) basic knowledge about how to manage and mitigate the risk of criminal and terrorist activities. This is a shared objective for the private and public sector*.  For the private sector, companies have gained experience on measures, which can assist in preventing security breaches from happening, to protect against supply chain interruption. Also some business standards have been developed identifying measures, which companies can execute in order to obtain labels which certify business operations and reward them with a security quality label. The public sector has developed security legislation which companies should either mandatory or voluntary apply into their business operations.
This Guide provides an easy-to-read overview on:
1)   How SMEs can apply a supply chain security approach to their operations (Clause 2).
2)   The main crime types in the supply chain including some measures to fight these crime types from occurring (Clause 3).
3)   Supply chain security legislation and programs, with their respective compliance requirements (Clause 4).
*In the context of this guide, "supply chain security" covers risk management, crime prevention, security procedures and technologies, as well as security regulations and programs.  The overview and examples in this book are based on recent academic work and interviews with experts in the field, including CEN SCS Feasibility Study (2010); EU FP7-LOGSEC Roadmap (2011) and interviews with CEN TC/379 experts.

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This document provides guidance for the assessment of the capacity of service providers and the evaluation of service proposals in order to improve and facilitate the process of procuring services.
This document is applicable to:
a) Service buyers and service providers regardless of type, size or the nature of the services;
b) Service providers who may be inside or outside the service buyers' organization; and
c) Any interested parties who are directly or indirectly involved in or affected by a procurement process.
This document is not applicable to business-to-consumer (B2C) service contracts or for works contracts.
NOTE 1 "Works contracts" are contracts that have as their object the execution, or both the design and execution, of a work are not covered in this document. Contracts having as their object only the design of a work are covered.
NOTE 2 "Work" means the outcome of building or civil engineering works taken as a whole which is sufficient in itself to fulfil an economic or technical function.

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This European Standard provides guidelines for the application of EN ISO 9001, Quality management system, to the provision of freight transportation services by road and rail, including storage and distribution activities.

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This European Standard establishes definitions for commonly used terms in logistics. It encompasses all aspects of logistics and supply chain management including transport. The terms, with their definitions, are presented in strict alphabetical order with no attempt to relate them to any particular function within the logistics concept.

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This document describes possible restrictions for access to cities with city centres and shopping areas and other closed areas and provides guidelines for elements thereof with the aim as an interface between freight transport companies and local authorities to make transport planning and operations more efficient, to prevent bottlenecks in the area, and to protect the city environment.
This document is a code of good practice and can be applied when efficient transport and protection of the environment presupposes restrictions.

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This European Standard establishes definitions for commonly used terms in logistics. It encompasses all aspects of logistics and supply chain management including transport. The terms, with their definitions, are presented in strict alphabetical order with no attempt to relate them to any particular function within the logistics concept.

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This document describes possible restrictions for access to cities with city centres and shopping areas and other closed areas and provides guidelines for elements thereof with the aim as an interface between freight transport companies and local authorities to make transport planning and operations more efficient, to prevent bottlenecks in the area, and to protect the city environment.
This document is a code of good practice and can be applied when efficient transport and protection of the environment presupposes restrictions.

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This European Standard provides guidelines for the application of EN ISO 9001, Quality management system, to the provision of freight transportation services by road and rail, including storage and distribution activities.

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This European Standard specifies in the form of a "Code of Practice" the management controls and key performance indicators necessary for the effective and efficient management of customer's cargo throughout the transport process.
It is intended for use by the providers of the service and as general guidance by purchasers of such services (customers) and it defines the principles, best practices and obligations of the provider as well for the client as providing advice with regard to contribution by the customer that will facilitate the most effective outcome.
In addition, this Code of Practice strongly recommends that the service provider carry out regular self assessment of performance against defined criteria with the objective of continually improving the quality of services provided and is prepared in a manner which facilitates independent audit of the service provider's performance in order to give confidence to customers that the integrity of performance measurement is maintained.
Annex A contains a recommended procedure for "Self Assessment".

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A performance measure or indicator is information about a process that is: - defined and recorded in a prescribed way; - supportive to the management of an enterprise; - related to standards or other information. Processes may be measured by a suitable set of performance measures e.g. variables indicating effectiveness, efficiency or productivity. Alternative definitions exist elsewhere for the term "performance measurement" or "performance indicator".

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Migrated from Progress Sheet (TC Comment) (2000-07-10): WIs 00273003-00273004 are merged into WI 00273002 (BT C 146/1997); will be a CR.

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This International Standard provides guidance for the application of an asset management system, in
accordance with the requirements of ISO 55001.
This International Standard can be applied to all types of assets and by all types and sizes of organizations.
NOTE 1 This International Standard is intended to be used for managing physical assets in particular, but it
can also be applied to other asset types.
NOTE 2 This International Standard does not provide financial, accounting or technical guidance for managing
specific asset types.
NOTE 3 For the purposes of ISO 55000, ISO 55001 and this International Standard, the term “asset management
system” is used to refer to a management system for asset management.

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ISO 19011:2011 provides guidance on auditing management systems, including the principles of auditing, managing an audit programme and conducting management system audits, as well as guidance on the evaluation of competence of individuals involved in the audit process, including the person managing the audit programme, auditors and audit teams.
ISO 19011:2011 is applicable to all organizations that need to conduct internal or external audits of management systems or manage an audit programme.
The application of ISO 19011:2011 to other types of audits is possible, provided that special consideration is given to the specific competence needed.

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D96/134: CLC/TC CECC disbanded * D124/C047: Withdrawn

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This European Standard gives guidance on the application of EN ISO 9002 to the road transport, storage and distribution industries.

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This European Standard gives guidance on the application of EN ISO 9002 to the road transport, storage and distribution industries.

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A performance measure or indicator is information about a process that is: - defined and recorded in a prescribed way; - supportive to the management of an enterprise; - related to standards or other information. Processes may be measured by a suitable set of performance measures e.g. variables indicating effectiveness, efficiency or productivity. Alternative definitions exist elsewhere for the term "performance measurement" or "performance indicator".

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D96/134: CLC/TC CECC disbanded * D124/C047: Withdrawn

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