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Standards access points

Standards may be accessed free of charge at the following access points:


Estonian Centre for Standardisation access point


At the Estonian Centre for Standardisation access point, the following standards may be accessed:
EVS (Estonia) – full collection in hard copy and electronically (including standards of the European standardisation organisations CEN and CENELEC)
Standards of the international standardisation organisations ISO and IEC
Standards of national standardisation organisations:
DIN (Germany) – all in German
SFS (Finland) – all in Finnish
BSI (UK) – full collection

The access point is located at Customer Service, Centre for Standardisation, Akadeemia tee 21/6, Tallinn.


Estonian standards access point, University of Tartu Library


The full collection of Estonian standards may be accessed free of charge at the University of Tartu Library. The access point is located in the pop-up reading room in Veski str 32 (opposite the Consultant’s Desk in the Big Reading Room on the first floor of the University of Tartu Library); look for a computer with a sign for the collection of Estonian standards. To use the computer, you have to log in. The user name and password are provided at the computer.

You can view the full collection of Estonian standards: all current Estonian standards, the majority of lapsed Estonian standards and a great many European standard-like documents. All together, approximately 26 000 different documents can be accessed. Further information is available on the Library website.


Estonian standards access point, Tallinn University of Technology Library


The full electronic collection of Estonian standards may be accessed free of charge on all the computers on the second, third and fourth floors of the Tallinn University of Technology Library. The user name and password required for viewing full texts are available from the customer service desks at the Library. Also, there is a collection of standards in hard copy on the so-called “ladder shelf” opposite the customer service desk on the third floor of the Library.

You can view the full collection of Estonian standards: all current Estonian standards, the majority of lapsed Estonian standards and a great many European standard-like documents. All together, approximately 26 000 different documents can be accessed. Further information is available on the Library website.


National Library of Estonia


At the authorized workstation on each floor of National Library of Estonia may be accessed free of charge standards in Estonian language.

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