This document specifies the requirements and test methods for protective gloves intended to protect the user against micro-organisms. NOTE If other protection features are needed, e.g. chemical risks, mechanical risks, thermal risks, electrostatic dissipation etc., the appropriate specific performance standard is used in addition. Further information on protective gloves standards can be found in the ISO 21420:2020+Amd 1:2022

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This document defines requirements and recommendations to be used for the management of cybersecurity in space systems. Space systems include manned and unmanned spacecraft, launcher, payload, experiment, ground equipment and any other space facilities. This document describes the processes, techniques, and responsibilities for managing the cybersecurity, ways to prevent and mitigate accidents and incidents. This document addresses systems engineering activities and provides requirements and recommendations for security engineering. This document establishes a common reference for the space sector to work to manage the systems engineering issues related to cybersecurity for all space products, services and projects. This document doesn't describe in detail the systems engineering processes or related project management processes, or detailed requirements or processes for cybersecurity.

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This document presents the requirements and recommendations for the management of systems engineering for space systems. This document addresses the systems engineering activities and provides guidelines for interfacing with specific major management subjects (e.g. configuration management, data management, interface management, risk management, requirements management, and integrated logistics support). This document establishes a common reference for all customers and suppliers in the space sector to work with management of systems engineering for all space products and projects. This document does not describe in detail the standard systems engineering process or project management process for all types of space systems.

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This document gives guidance on design principles and on design of work systems, including task and equipment design (comprising robotics and intelligent autonomous systems) and design of the workplace, as well as working conditions with the inclusion of social and organisational factors, emphasising mental workload and its effects as specified in ISO 10075-1. It applies to the design of work and use of human capacities, with the intention of providing optimal working conditions with respect to health and safety, well-being, performance and effectiveness, preventing overload as well as underload, in order to avoid impairing effects and fostering the facilitating effects described in ISO 10075-1. This document includes the design of technical, organisational and social factors only and does not apply to problems of selection or training. This document does not address problems of measurement of mental workload or its effects. This document refers to all kinds of human work activities (see ISO 10075-1), not only to those which can be described as cognitive or mental tasks in a restricted sense but also to those with a primarily physical workload. This document is applicable to all those engaged in the design and use of work systems, for example system and equipment designers, employers and workers and their representatives, where they exist. This document is applicable to the design of new work systems as well as to the redesign of existing ones undergoing substantial revision.

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This document specifies the technology of biological exhaust air purification. The relevant requirements for a possible application are specified. The different variants of this technique are also presented. NOTE The process principles of this method are described in Clause 4.

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This document gives guidance on the alignment between financial and non-financial asset management functions, to improve internal controls as part of an organization’s management system. This document is applicable to all types of assets and by all types and sizes of organizations.

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This document defines terms relating to textile floor coverings and categories of these products.

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This document specifies the concepts and structure for standardization for georegulation in the marine space. This document addresses the information structures related to management of legal spaces (such as the international maritime limits and boundaries, marine living and non-living resources management areas, marine conservation areas, etc.) and their related rights and obligations. This document establishes the common elements and basic schema to structure marine georegulation information system. It builds upon the common components defined in ISO 19152-1.

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This document specifies methods for calculating the resin, fibre and void contents of a carbon-fibre-reinforced composite from the densities of the resin, the fibre and the composite and the mass of fibre in the composite (using method A), for calculating the fibre content from the thickness of the composite (using method B), and for calculating the fibre content by volume and areal void content through microscopic analysis (using method C). Method A specifies three different resin removal procedures for the determination of the mass of fibre in the composite (viz a combustion procedure, a procedure by digestion in nitric acid and a procedure by digestion in a mixture of sulfuric acid and hydrogen peroxide). The selection of the procedure to be used is made by considering the combustibility of the resin used in the composite, its ability to decompose and the type of resin concerned. Method A is only of limited applicability when filled resins are present that can prevent complete dissolution and/or combustibility of the resin. Method B (thickness measurement method) is only applicable to composites moulded from prepregs of known fibre mass per unit area. Method C (microscopic method) is only applicable to carbon-fibre-reinforced composites with unidirectional, orthogonal and multidirectional laminates. It can also be used as reference for determination of the areal void content and fibre volume content of aramid- or glass-fibre-reinforced plastics, but is not applicable to fabric reinforced composites.

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This document provides a description of a system architecture for real-time automatic simultaneous interpretation systems for spontaneous speech designed to interoperate among different natural languages. While traditional speech-to-speech translation addresses the functional equivalent of consecutive interpretation, this document focuses on the functional equivalent of simultaneous interpretation. This document does not cover sign language interpretation.

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1.1 This document specifies an approach for verifying and validating the design and manufacture of a heart valve repair system through risk management. The selection of appropriate verification and validation tests and methods are derived from the risk assessment. The tests include assessments of the physical, chemical, biological and mechanical properties of components and materials of heart valve repair systems. The tests also include preclinical in vivo evaluation and clinical investigation of the finished heart valve repair system to assess the safety and effectiveness of the heart valve repair system. NOTE For the purposes of this document, effectiveness end point includes clinical performance and benefits. 1.2 This document defines operational conditions and performance requirements for heart valve repair systems where adequate scientific and/or clinical evidence exists for their justification. It also describes the labels and packaging of the device. 1.3 This document applies to all heart valve repair systems that have an intended use to repair and/or improve the function of native human heart valves by acting either on the valve apparatus or on the adjacent anatomy (e.g. ventricle, coronary sinus). 1.4 This document does not apply to cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) devices, paravalvular leakage closure devices, systems that do not leave an implant in place (e.g. ablation, radio frequency annuloplasty), apical conduits and devices with components containing viable cells. This document also excludes materials not intended for repairing and/or improving the function of human heart valves according to its intended use (e.g. patch material and sutures used in general surgical practice). NOTE A rationale for the provisions of this document is given in Annex A.

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This document specifies the in-vehicle information (IVI) data structures that are required by different intelligent transport system (ITS) services for exchanging information between ITS stations (ITS-S). A general, extensible data structure is specified, which is split into structures called containers to accommodate current-day information. Transmitted information includes IVI such as contextual speed, road works warnings, vehicle restrictions, lane restrictions, road hazard warnings, location-based services and re-routing. The information in the containers is organized in sub-structures called data frames and data elements, which are described in terms of their content and syntax. The data structures are specified as communications-agnostic. This document does not provide the communication protocols. This document provides scenarios for usage of the data structure, e.g. in case of real time, short-range communications.

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This document specifies several types of standard panels and provides guidance and requirements on the procedures for their preparation prior to painting. The standard panels described in this document are intended for use in general methods of test for paints, varnishes and related products.

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This document defines version 2.0 of the XML Localisation Interchange File Format (XLIFF). The purpose of this vocabulary is to store localizable data and carry it from one step of the localization process to the other, while allowing interoperability between and among tools.

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This document specifies a set of tests and procedures designed to indicate whether encoders or decoders meet the requirements specified in Rec. ITU-T H.266 | ISO/IEC 23090-3.

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This document specifies the measurement method and requirements for combustion air inlet noise of air cleaners which are installed on reciprocating internal combustion engines, including laboratory measurement (engineering method and survey method) and site measurement (survey method). This document applies to all air cleaners installed on reciprocating internal combustion engines (reciprocating internal combustion engine is referred to as engine hereafter, except for specific explanations) falling within the field of application of ISO 3046-1 and/or other air induction installation.

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This document specifies the requirements for classification of tubular cored electrodes with or without a gas shield for metal arc welding of high-strength steels in the as-welded condition or in the post-weld heat-treated condition with a minimum yield strength higher than 550 MPa or a minimum tensile strength higher than 590 MPa. One tubular cored electrode can be tested and classified with different shielding gases, if used with more than one. This document is a combined specification providing classification utilizing a system based upon the yield strength and an average impact energy of 47 J of the all-weld metal, or utilizing a system based upon the tensile strength and an average impact energy of 27 J of the all-weld metal. — Subclauses and tables which carry the suffix “system A” are applicable only to tubular cored electrodes classified under the system based upon the yield strength and an average impact energy of 47 J of the all-weld metal given in this document. — Subclauses and tables which carry the suffix “system B” are applicable only to tubular cored electrodes classified under the system based upon the tensile strength and an average impact energy of 27 J of the all-weld metal given in this document. — Subclauses and tables which do not have either the suffix “system A” or the suffix “system B” are applicable to all tubular cored electrodes classified under this document. It is recognized that the operating characteristics of tubular cored electrodes can be modified by the use of pulsed current but, for the purposes of this document, pulsed current is not used for determining the electrode classification.

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This document provides the escape sequences and coded character sets that were registered and published by the former registration authority in ISO/IEC 2375 (the previous edition of this document).

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This document covers the operation and production control of metal powder bed fusion (PBF) machines and processes for areas of critical applications. A critical application is assumed once failing parts-functionality leads to immediate threats. This document is applicable for production of parts and mechanical test specimens using powder bed fusion (PBF) with both laser and electron beams. Specifications related to specific fields of application are provided in respective standards.

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This document specifies the requirements for protective gloves intended to protect the user against dangerous chemicals and defines terms to be used. NOTE If other protection features are covered, e.g., mechanical risks, thermal risks, electrostatic dissipation etc., the appropriate specific performance standard is used in addition. Further information on protective gloves standards can be found in the ISO 21420.

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This document specifies the procedures intended for use in estimating the resistance of vulcanized or thermoplastic rubbers to cracking when exposed, under static or dynamic tensile strain, to air containing a definite concentration of ozone, at a definite temperature and, if required, at a definite relative humidity in circumstances that exclude the effects of direct light. Either visual observation or image analysis, or both, are used to evaluate the formation and growth of cracks. The changes in physical or chemical properties resulting from exposure can also be determined. Reference and alternative methods for determining the ozone concentration are described in ISO 1431-3.

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This document gives guidance on enhancing the involvement and commitment of personnel within an asset management system to improve the overall efficiency of translation of asset management objectives into results. This involves an evaluation of human and cultural factors that influence: a) the effectiveness of adoption of operational requirements and policies established by the organization’s strategic asset management plan (SAMP) across the organization; b) the degree of involvement that personnel have in the development and execution of asset management plans and strategies; c) the level of knowledge and awareness that personnel have of required activities established by asset management plans and strategies; d) the impact of competence on the ability of personnel to execute these activities; e) the process by which establishing development plans drives continual improvements in asset management system efficiency; f) the recognition of mutual dependencies in teams that contribute to organizational performance. These elements apply to the leadership accountable for the overall functioning of the asset management system, as well as to personnel responsible for the development and execution of plans, strategies and activities. This document is applicable to any organization, regardless of its type or size. Additionally, while asset management is not necessarily conducted within the construct of an asset management system, the principles within the guidance set out in this document can be more broadly applied regardless of the nature of asset management within an organization.

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This document specifies methods to determine the mechanical integrity of filters under defined conditions that can be encountered in abnormal operating environments. It describes the test methods for filter elements, independent of any ageing procedures like pulsing, loading, temperature cycles, wet conditions or others. The test procedure is intended for filters operating in the range of 0,24 m3/s (850 m3/h) up to 2,36 m3/s (8 500 m3/h). Filter elements with a lower efficiency than ISO T5 (ePM10) according to ISO 29461-1 are excluded. To ensure the comparability of the test results, only new filter elements or those loaded up to 625 Pa or maximum 800 Pa according to ISO 29461-1 are tested. This document does not describe a standardized method to measure the fractional or gravimetric efficiency. The efficiency of the filter element can be tested according to ISO 29461-1. The performance results obtained according to this document cannot be quantitatively applied (by themselves) to predict performance in real use.

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This document specifies requirements for an asset management system. This document is applicable to all types of assets and all types and sizes of organizations. Consistent with the organization’s asset management policy, the intended results of an asset management system include: — realized value from assets throughout their life for the organization and its stakeholders; — achievement of asset management objectives and fulfilment of applicable requirements; — continual improvement of asset management, the asset management system and the performance of assets. This document does not specify financial, accounting nor technical requirements for managing specific asset types. NOTE For the purposes of ISO 55000, this document and ISO 55002, the term “asset management system” is used to refer to a management system for asset management.

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This document specifies a Narrow AI Engine Framework including requirements for the Energy Management Agent (EMA) specified in ISO/IEC 15067-3. This standard includes specifications for an AI infrastructure to be embedded in an EMA serving a single structure (home or building) or community housing such as an apartment complex. The Narrow AI Engine specified in this standard for EMAs enables demand response functionality to be located in each EMA instead of an external energy management system. Thus, energy management can be adapted to local and customer needs. The Narrow AI Engine includes operational principles such as prediction, decision–making, and control. This standard builds upon the EMA functions of ISO/IEC 15067-3 and ISO/IEC 15067-3-3. The AI functions specified in this standard support complex decisions about energy management for devices attached to home and buildings networks. These AI specifications enable the EMA to allocate power from public sources (including conventional and nonconventional sources) and local sources (wind, solar, and storage) according to price, availability, appliance and electric vehicle demands, customer preferences, and the customer’s budget.

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This document gives guidance on managing data to support an organization in meeting its asset management objectives and by extension its organizational objectives. This document is applicable to any organization, regardless of its type or size. This document does not provide methodologies to derive or appraise value for data assets. This document does not provide methodologies to derive financial values for data assets. This document does not provide direction to organizations on the need (or not) for calculating financial values for asset data.

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This document defines terms and establishes principles and outcomes for asset management. It describes: — the benefits of asset management and an asset management system; — the relationship between asset management, the asset management system and asset portfolio; — asset management improvement and maturity. This document is applicable to all types of assets and all types and sizes of organizations. This document does not provide financial, accounting, human resources nor technical guidance for managing specific asset types. NOTE For the purposes of this document, ISO 55001 and ISO 55002, the term “asset management system” is used to refer to a management system for asset management.

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This document specifies the set of core reference data items which can be used to record information about process plants, including oil and gas production facilities. The following are within the scope of this document: — core classes for process plants, including oil and gas production facilities; — information about a reference data item. NOTE The total set of information about a reference data item can be found in Table B.1. The following are outside the scope of this document: — data requirements for additional reference data items; — the procedures to be followed for registration and maintenance of additional reference data items.

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This document specifies a method for calibrating the kinetic energy scales of Auger electron spectrometers with an uncertainty of 3 eV, for general analytical use in identifying elements at surfaces. This document also specifies a method for establishing a calibration schedule. It is applicable to instruments used in either direct or differential mode, where the resolution is less than or equal to 0,5 % and the modulation amplitude for the differential mode, if used, is 2 eV peak-to-peak. It is applicable to those spectrometers equipped with an inert gas ion gun or other method for sample cleaning and with an electron gun capable of operating at 4 keV or higher beam energy.

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This document defines procedures and requirements for measuring liquefied natural gas (LNG) from truck-to-ship (TTS) using the combination of Coriolis mass flowmeter (MFM) and gas chromatography (GC). It also gives guidance and requirements for portable packaging of the combination system in mobile form which minimizes facility storage space and streamlines the use of development systems. Output from the system in calorie units is applicable to commercial transactions between suppliers and users of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as marine fuel. This document also consists of general requirements, metrological requirements, system flawless requirements, requirements and test methods, and procedures for measurement methods.

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This document provides the means for understanding and associating the individual documents of the ISO/IEC 5259 series and is the foundation for conceptual understanding of data quality for analytics and machine learning. It also discusses associated technologies and examples (e.g. use cases and usage scenarios).

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This document specifies requirements and provides guidance for establishing, implementing, maintaining and continually improving the quality of data used in the areas of analytics and machine learning. This document does not define a detailed process, methods or metrics. Rather it defines the requirements and guidance for a quality management process along with a reference process and methods that can be tailored to meet the requirements in this document. The requirements and recommendations set out in this document are generic and are intended to be applicable to all organizations, regardless of type, size or nature.

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This document specifies general requirements and test methods for metallic dental tweezers of Meriam type and College type. This document is not applicable to anatomical tweezers and surgical tweezers.

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This document specifies the design and dimensions for two small-bore connectors intended to be used for connections in respiratory applications of medical devices and accessories. One connector (R1) is intended for use on medical devices and accessories subjected to pressures up to 15 kPa (e.g. a breathing system). The other connector (R2) is intended for use on medical devices and accessories subjected to higher pressures between 15 kPa and 600 kPa (e.g. oxygen therapy tubing). NOTE 1 The pressure is related to pressure available at the source to which the medical device is connected. NOTE 2 The intended application does not preclude the use of other connectors on medical devices or accessories within this application. NOTE 3 Requirements for alternative connectors for this intended application are specified in ISO 80369-1. This document does not specify requirements for the medical devices or accessories that use these connectors. Such requirements are given in device-specific standards. NOTE 4 If a device-specific standard does not exist, the performance and material requirements specified in ISO 80369-1 can be used as guidance.

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This document specifies the design as well as the construction and strength requirements for safety devices and arrangements intended to minimize the risk of persons falling overboard, and requirements to facilitate reboarding from the water, unaided, on small craft. This document is applicable to the risk of falling overboard and does not apply to falling within the limits of the deck zone. This document includes the use of toe straps for hiking out on small sailing boats, but it does not apply to the use of trapezes or similar devices that are designed to allow crew to operate sailing boats with their bodies entirely outside the periphery of the craft. This document does not apply to the following small craft types: — canoes, kayaks; — personal watercraft including powered surfboards.

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This document specifies the sampling and analysis of phthalates in indoor air and describes the sampling and analysis of phthalates in house dust and in solvent wipe samples of surfaces by means of gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS). Two alternative sampling, sample preparation and sample introduction methods, whose comparability has been proven in an interlaboratory test, are specified for indoor air[1]: — sorbent tubes sampling with subsequent thermal desorption GC-MS, and — sampling by adsorption and subsequent solvent extraction and injection to GC-MS. Additional adsorbents that can be used are described in Annex B. Depending on the sampling method, the compounds dimethyl phthalate to diisoundecylphthalate can be analysed in house dust as described in Annex D. The investigation of house dust samples is only appropriate as a screening method. This investigation only results in indicative values and is not acceptable for a final assessment of a potential need for action. Dimethyl phthalate to diisoundecylphthalate can be analysed in solvent wipe samples as described in Annex C. Solvent wipe samples are suitable for non-quantitative source identification. NOTE In principle, the method is also suitable for the analysis of other phthalates, adipates and cyclohexane dicarboxylic acid esters, but this is confirmed by determination of the performance characteristics in each case. General information on phthalates are given in Annex A.

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This document specifies the technical delivery conditions for bends made by the induction bending process for use in pipeline transportation systems for the petroleum and natural gas industries as defined in ISO 13623. This document is applicable to induction bends made from seamless and welded pipe of unalloyed or low-alloy steels. NOTE These are typically C-Mn steels or low-alloy steels that are appropriate for the corresponding level and grade of line pipe in accordance with ISO 3183. This document specifies the requirements for the manufacture of two product specification levels (PSLs) of induction bends corresponding to product specification levels given for pipe in ISO 3183. This document is not applicable to the selection of the induction bend PSL. This document is not applicable to pipeline bends made by other manufacturing processes.

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This document specifies the evaluation methods for hydrogen content in ultrafine bubble (UFB) dispersions. The titration (oxidimetry) method can be used as a quick method to estimate the hydrogen content in hydrogen UFB dispersions. The lower limit of detection is 0,1 mg/l, and the range with acceptable accuracy is between 0,2 mg/l and 1,6 mg/l. The existence of oxidizing or reducing substances in dispersions influences measurement accuracy. The gas chromatographic method features a considerably high accuracy range and lower limit of detection. The existence of UFBs in water does not influence the measurement results. The existence of oxidizing or reducing substances in water does not affect the measurement accuracy either. However, the measurement procedure is time consuming. NOTE This document only provides a method for determining hydrogen contents in UFB dispersions and does not involve the specific effects of hydrogen UFB dispersion application.

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This document specifies the essential dimensional features of coil-spring loaded oil control rings made of cast iron, types DSF-C, SSF, GSF, DSF, SSF-L, DSF-NG and DSF-CNP. It is applicable to those piston rings in sizes 60 mm up to 160 mm, inclusive for reciprocating internal combustion engines for road vehicles and other applications.

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This document specifies the general principles required for leak detection by acoustic emission testing (AT). It is addressed to the application of the methodology on structures and components, where a leak flow as a result of pressure differences appears and generates acoustic emission (AE). It describes phenomena of the AE generation and influence of the nature of fluids, shape of the gap, wave propagation and environment. The different application techniques, instrumentation and presentation of AE results are discussed. Also included are guidelines for the preparation of application documents which describe specific requirements for the application of the acoustic emission testing. Annex A gives procedures for some leak-testing applications.

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This document provides guidelines for identity-related risk, as an extension of ISO 31000:2018. More specifically, it uses the process outlined in ISO 31000 to guide users in establishing context and assessing risk, including providing risk scenarios for processes and implementations that are exposed to identity-related risk. This document is applicable to the risk assessment of processes and services that rely on or are related to identity. This document does not include aspects of risk related to general issues of delivery, technology or security.

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This document specifies a procedure for the simultaneous determination of 2-MCPD esters (bound 2-MCPD), 3‐MCPD esters (bound 3‐MCPD) and glycidyl esters (bound glycidol) in a single assay, based on acid catalysed ester cleavage and derivatization of cleaved (free) analytes with phenylboronic acid (PBA) prior to GC/MS analysis. This document is applicable to solid and liquid fats and oils. For all three analytes the limit of quantification (LOQ) is 0,1 mg/kg and the limit of detection (LOD) is 0,03 mg/kg.

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This document specifies a method for the analysis of total folate in infant formula and adult nutritionals using trienzyme extraction and ultra high performance liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry (UHPLC-MS/MS).

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This document specifies the competency required for persons who carry out periodic, exceptional, and enhanced periodic inspections of cranes. It excludes the inspection and checks performed by crane operators and maintenance personnel.

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This document specifies the configuration, dimensions, parameters, requirements and test methods of a sterile three-edge needle for single use. It also specifies requirements for packaging, labelling, transit and storage. This document excludes requirements for the handle of a three-edge needle, which is structurally different from the body of a three-edge needle.

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This document specifies logistics visibility data, data elements, interchange message, and framework of logistics information service providers (LISP) interconnection. This document is applicable to regional and inter-regional logistics data interchange services of transport means and goods management in maritime, road, air, and railway import/export transportation.

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