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ISO standardization 0.1 . UNCTAD expert meeting ICT Solutions to Facilitate Trade at Border Crossings and Ports Geneva 16 October 2006 Second informal meeting ISO standardization and update on recent ISO activities By François Abram ISO Central Secretariat. ISO standardization 0.2.

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iso standardization 0 1
ISO standardization 0.1

UNCTAD expert meeting

ICT Solutions to Facilitate Trade at Border Crossings and Ports

Geneva 16 October 2006

Second informal meeting

ISO standardization and update on recent ISO activities

By François Abram

ISO Central Secretariat

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ISO standardization 0.2

SUMMARY

1 General information

1.1 Information on ISO

1.2 Membership

1.3 Technical work

1.4 External relations

2 The role of ISO standards as international tools

2.1 Types of standards

2.2 Aim of the ISO work

3 Update on recent ISO activities

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Dimensions of containers: 45 foot container

3.3 Container door end security

3.4 Mechanical seals for containers

3.5 Electronic seals for containers

3.6 Supply chain application of RFIDs

3.7 Security management for the supply chain

3.8 Management systems standards

4 Conclusions

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ISO standardization 1.1

Information on ISO

  • ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies) at end of 2005 comprising 156 members, one in each country. .The object of ISO is to promote the development of standardization and related activities in the world with a view to facilitating international exchange of goods and services, and to developing cooperation in the spheres of intellectual, scientific, technological and economic activity. The results of ISO technical work are published as International Standards.
  • The scope of ISO covers standardization in all fields except electrical and electronic engineering standards, which are the responsibility of the International Electrical Commission (IEC).
  • ISO bring together the interests of industry, users (including consumers), public authorities and the scientific community, in the preparation of International Standards.
  • ISO work is carried out through 2959 international technical bodies. More than 30000 experts from all parts of the world participate each year in the ISO technical work which by end of 2005, has resulted in a catalogue of 15649 valid ISO standards.
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ISO standardization 1.2

Membership

There are three types of membership:

  • Member body (100)
  • Correspondent member (46)
  • Suscriber member (10)
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ISO standardization 1.3

Technical work

The technical work is carried out in

  • Technical committees (192)
  • Subcommittees (541)
  • Working groups (2188)
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ISO standardization 1.4

External relations

  • Liaisons of international organizations with ISO/TCs might be established in category A or B:
    • Category A (active contribution)
    • Category B (information)
  • TC liaisons are established with 590 international organizations
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ISO standardization 2.1

Types of standards

  • The standards might concern various aspects of products and services:
    • terminology
    • methods of test
    • requirements on products
    • requirements on services
    • management systems
    • etc…
  • The ISO has moreover specialized policy development Committees on:
    • conformity assessment (CASCO)
    • consumer policy (COPOLCO)
    • developing country matters (DEVCO)
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ISO standardization 2.2

Aim of the ISO work

  • It is important to help to maintain a fair competition in the international trade. To that end, international standards can be used as international tools to help maintaining appropriate acceptable levels for
    • Satisfaction of consumers
    • Quality performance
    • Environmental performance
    • Safety and health performance
    • Security
    • Etc….
  • The non- implementation of pertinent international standards might lead to consumer deceits, unsafe situations, risks for the environments, unfair competition for the industry, etc…It appears to be a worldwide concern for the world economic development.
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ISO standardization 3.1

Update on recent ISO work

Introduction

As it concerns the transport area, it is important to mention the recent ISO work concerning:

  • 45 foot container
  • container door end security
  • Mechanical seals for containers
  • Electronic seals for containers
  • Supply chain application of RFID
  • Security management for the supply chain
  • Current list of management systems standards (MSSs)
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ISO standardization 3.2

Dimensions of containers: 45 foot container

The following amendments are now published:

  • ISO 668:1995/Amd 1:2005 "Series 1 freight containers -- Classification, dimensions and rating -- Amendment 1"
  • ISO 1496-1:1990/Amd 4:2006 "Series 1 freight containers --Specification and testing--Part 1: General cargo containers for general purposes -- Amendment 4

The following draft international standard is under member body enquiry:

  • ISO3874:1997/DIS Amd 4 “handling and securing”
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ISO standardization 3.3

Container door end security

  • After having examined the design of the door end of the container from the aspect of improving security and making undetected entry into the container more difficult, the following international standard has been issued:
    • ISO 1496-1.1990/DAmd 5: 2006 "Series 1 freight containers--Specification and testing--Part 1 General cargo containers for general purposes --Amendment 5 Door end
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ISO standardization 3.4

Mechanical seals for containers

  • The second edition of ISO/PAS 17712 has been published in July 2006.
  • An ISO/DIS 17712 (identical to the second edition of the ISO/PAS) will also be submitted for ISO member body enquiry in the coming months.
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ISO standardization 3.5

Electronic seals for containers

  • ISO/CD 18185-1: "Freight containers – Electronic seals – Part 1: Radio-frequency communication protocol" (to be submitted as ISO/DIS for ISO member body enquiry)
  • ISO/DIS 18185-2: "Freight containers -- Electronic seals -- Part 2: Application requirements" (ISO/DIS approved. To be submitted as ISO/FDIS for formal approval)
  • ISO/PRF 18185-3:Freight containers -- Electronic seals -- Part 3: Environmental characteristics (ISO/DIS approved. Under preparation for its final publication as ISO standard)
  • ISO/CD18185-4:Freight containers -- Electronic seals -- Part 4: Data protection (Committee draft under ISO/TC104/SC4 member enquiry)
  • ISO/AWI 18185-5: Freight containers -- Electronic seals -- Part 5: Sensor interface (Withdrawn, insofar as the user community has requested that this application be constrained to a read-only RF tag. A read-only RF tag would be unable to record sensor data)
  • ISO/AWI 18185-6: Freight containers -- Electronic seals -- Part 6: Message sets for transfer between seal reader and host computer (under preparation)
  • ISO/CD 18185-7: Freight containers -- Electronic seals -- Part 7: Physical layer (Approved for submission as ISO/DIS for member body enquiry)
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ISO standardization 3.6

Supply chain application of Radio Frequency Identification (RFIDs)

Specific work is underway in the Joint working Group (JWG) to develop a series of related standards using RFID in the areas of:

  • ISO/DIS 17363 - Freight Containers (submitted as ISO/DIS for the ISO member body enquiry
  • ISO/DIS 17364 - Returnable Transport Items (submitted as ISO/DIS for the ISO member body enquiry)
  • ISO/DIS 17365 - Transport Units (submitted as ISO/DIS for the ISO member body enquiry)
  • ISO/DIS 17366 - Product Packaging (submitted as ISO/DIS for the ISO member body enquiry)
  • ISO/DIS 17367 - Product Tagging (submitted as ISO/DIS for the ISO member body enquiry)
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ISO standardization 3.7

Security management for the supply chain

At the end of 2001, the technical committee ISO/TC8 undertook the preparation of a management system for ensuring better security in the supply chain. At present the following international standards are available:

  • ISO/PAS 28000:2005 “Specification for security management systems for the supply chain”
  • ISO/PAS 28001:2006 “ Security management systems for the supply chain—Best practices for implementing supply chain security—Assessments and plans
  • ISO/PAS 28003:2006 “Security management for the supply chain—Requirement for audit and certification of supply chain management security systems”
  • ISO/PAS 28004:2006 “security management for the supply chain—Guidelines for the implementation of ISO/PAS 28000”
  • ISO/ PAS 20858:2004 ”Ship and marine technology—Maritime port facility security assessments and security plan development”

In addition, the following work items are under preparation to become ISO 28005:

  • Electronic port clearance (Further developing ISO/PAS 16917:2002 “Ships and marine technology—Data transfer standard for maritime, intermodal transportation and security”
  • Computer-to-computer data transmission
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ISO standardization 3.8

Management systems standards

The list of current management systems covers the following areas:

  • Quality (ISO 9000 series)
  • Environment (ISO 14000 series)
  • Information technology service (ISO/IEC 20000)
  • Food safety (ISO 22000 series)
  • Information technology security (ISO 27000 series)
  • Security for the supply chain (ISO 28000 series)
  • Additional Management Systems Standards are envisaged for the future, eg on health and occupational safety, social responsibility (ISO/WD26000),on dismantling of ships, etc… Other MSSs are envisaged in certain areas.
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ISO standardization 4

Conclusions

  • The work of ISO goes far beyond the work of the well known technical committee ISO/TC 154 “Processes, data elements and documents in commerce, industry and administration” which issued the EDIFACT standards (ISO 9735) and ebXML standards (ISO15000 series).
  • It is wished that the UNCTAD and ISO will strengthen their cooperation in the interest of promoting quality, environmental friendly practices, safety, health, security and fair trade worldwide. ISO standards should be extensively used to favour sustainable development.
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ISO standardization A.1

Mr François Abram

ISO Central Secretariat

1, rue de Varembé

Case postale 56

CH-1211 Genève 20

Switzerland

Phone: +41 22 749 72 69

Fax: +41 22 749 73 49

E-mail: [email protected]

Web www.iso.org

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