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Preparation and translation of a standard

The Centre for Standardisation provides the opportunity to participate in the preparation of Estonian, European and international standards or to initiate the preparation of new standards. The Centre for Standardisation also organises the translation of standards into Estonian.

As a rule, standards are prepared by participation in a technical committee or project committee consolidating experts interested in the standardisation of a field. If you have an ongoing interest in the preparation of standards in a field, contact our coordinator of standardisation, who will provide information about the organisation of work in the relevant technical committee and help you to join it, if you wish.

In the event of an idea for the preparation of a new standard, first it should be established whether a relevant technical committee or project committee exists already; if it does, any further action concerning the idea for the preparation of a new standard will be coordinated with the committee. To that end, contact should be made with the coordinator of standardisation designated as the contact person for the committee or by getting in touch with the secretary of the relevant committee directly. If there is no relevant committee, contact should be made with our coordinator of standardisation, together with whom the subsequent preparation process will be worked out.

Publication in Estonian of standards in other languages is coordinated with the relevant technical committee. A proposal to translate a standard should be put forward to the secretary of the relevant committee or our coordinator of standardisation.
Information on Estonian standards undergoing preparation or standards in other languages undergoing translation is available in the standards programme, updated monthly.

Read more about the preparation and translation of standards in the section of For interested parties or contact ourcoordinator of standardisation.

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