Estonian Centre for Standardisation services

The sale of standards

  • Buy standards - EVS sells Estonian, international standardisation organisations ISO and IEC standards in paper and in electronic format (single-user and intranet licence) through e-shop.
  • Standards browsing service - Pay-per view: € 2 = 1 standard for 24h
  • Compilable collection with updates - Compile your own a collection of all needed Estonian standards ( min 200 standards) and use them in company’s internal Network (min 2 licenses). Additionally, it is also possible to keep the collection up-to-date with all monthly published updates (amendments, corrigendums and revisions).
  • EVS has co-operation agreements with standardisation organisations in Germany, Finland and the United Kingdom for the distribution of relevant standards (DIN, SFS, BS) in Estonia. You can order other European countries' standards directly from standards organisations of those countries. Here you can find links to the webpages of those organisations.
  • At the EVS customer service centre at Akadeemia tee 21/6, you can examine Estonian standards and standards of other standardisation organisations for free. The customer service will be expecting you during these opening hours: Mon–Thu 8.30–17.00 and Fri 8.30–16.00. Further information is available from the customer service centre: phone: +372 605 5060; e-mail: standard(at)evs.ee.
  • Updates for standards

    • Information service - option to get periodical retrieval of information regarding new, replaced and withdrawn Estonian standards by ICS groups.
    • Standards monitoring - option to stay up-to-date with changes to relevant standards.
    • EVS Bulletin - official bulletin of the Estonian Centre for Standardisation, which is published electronically on the EVS website once a month.

    Other services

    • Seminars - EVS offers seminars related to standards.
    • Harmonised standards -EVS publishes information on harmonised standards.
    • WTO notifications - EVS acts as an information centre for the WTO by publishing the World Trade Organisation’s information on technical barriers to trade under the agreements applying to technical barriers to trade (TBT Agreement) and the application of sanitary and phytosanitary measures (SPS Agreement).