A standardisation committee is a group of experts that is interested in standardisation and registered at the Estonian Centre for Standardisation and Accreditation. Two types of committees are registered at the Estonian Centre for Standardisation and Accreditation:
Establishing a standardisation committee and its work procedure is described in the Estonian Centre for Standardisation and Accreditation’s guide EVS JUHEND 6.
Committee members could be any organisations and self-employed persons active within the committee’s scope and registered in Estonia or established pursuant to Estonian legislation who authorise their representative(s) to participate in the work of the committee. If the committee so decides, experts may also observe the committee’s work as private persons.
Committees are formed and maintained in such a way that all parties who are interested in standardisation would be represented, if possible:
All parties interested in the field are free to become committee members.
The committee’s working principles
The activities of technical committees are described in the annual work programmes of each committee. The objectives of a project committee are described in its project description.
Standardisation committees registered at the Estonian Centre for Standardisation and Accreditation are included in the list of committees along with their relevant information (scope, members, co-ordinator, etc.).