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TC/SC officers, WG/MT convenors, PT leaders & experts
Drafting IEC publications
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All the essential forms for technical work
Processes & Procedures
For the development and maintenance of International Standards
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CA and Standards
Conformity assessment aspects in normative documents
Making the business case
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Role of terminology
in scientific and technical communication
IEC Geneva office training activities for NCs and TC/SC chairmen and secretaries
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A standard is an agreed way of doing something in a consistent and repeatable way. Standards set minimum requirements in terms of safety, reliability, efficiency, and so forth.
IEC TC/SCs (Technical committees and subcommittees) develop international standards and other types of publications for a specific area of electrotechnology.
An overview of the development process of a new IEC International Standard.
A systems approach focuses on the whole system rather than each individual part.
Standards describe the processes and methods to ensure the safety, reliability, and performance of electrical systems and information technologies. Conformity assessment verifies that the written word is applied in the real world.
Why comment? Help shape international standards in your field. Take this opportunity to provide your expert comments on draft IEC Standards (CDVs) before they are published.
The key benefits of membership come from participating in the development of the standardization and conformity assessment work of the IEC.
In this section, you can find more information about how the IEC is organized.