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I.T. Symposium, Geneva, 16 th July 1999. Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity (SDoC) and Standardization Michel de Vecchis Director, Standardization Telecom Product Division Cables & Components Sector. SDoC and Standardization. Reduction of Technical Barriers to Trade

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I.T. Symposium, Geneva, 16th July 1999.

Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity

(SDoC) and Standardization

Michel de Vecchis

Director, Standardization

Telecom Product Division

Cables & Components Sector

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SDoC and Standardization

  • Reduction of Technical Barriers to Trade
    • One Standard : the International Standard
    • One Test : the Mutual Recognition Agreement
    • Simple and reliable certification : the Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity

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One Standard

  • Use of International Standards every time it is possible (ISO, IEC, ITU)
    • International Standards are the only ones which are recognized globally
    • They result from world-wide consensus
    • They normally offer the best available technology

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One Standard (2)

  • International Standards are not used similarly everywhere; they have different acceptance levels:
    • recommendations only in some countries
    • mandatory for application in Europe (consequence of Vienna and Dresden agreements)

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One Standard (3)

  • International Standards are sometimes not applied :
    • ISO Metric System
  • A common status is needed to avoid distortions

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One Test

  • One shot testing with mutual recognition agreements is the most efficient way to achieve a global circulation of products
    • Multiple testing does not add value to a product
    • Multiple testing adds costs

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One Test (2)

  • Fair and non-discriminatory implementation of mutual recognition agreements is needed
    • Non recognition of accreditation bodies of the other party will jeopardize the concept
    • Global circulation of products is not possible if everybody does not accept the same rules

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SDoC

  • Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity
    • Must be reliable to create confidence
    • Liability of the manufacturer : normally always valid, but not the same everywhere
    • Black sheep should be easily eliminated

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SDoC (2)

  • What is a reliable SDoC ?
    • Must be the same for similar products when issued by two manufacturers A and B in two countries X and Y, whatever A, B, X, Y are
    • Consequently, detailed conditions are linked to the status of the market
  • The sector approach is necessary

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SDoC (3)

  • How to insure a fair and safe use of SDoC ?
    • Manufacturer liability needs to be harmonized world-wide
    • False SDoCs should be severely punished

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SDoC (4)

  • In summary what should be done to create good SDoC’s ?
    • Requirements should be defined sector by sector, based on market status
    • Manufacturer liability should be harmonized world-wide
    • Market surveillance should be insured to detect black sheep

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