Over deze norm
This Guide provides - guidance for justifying and evaluating a proposed management system standard project with a view to assessing market relevance, - guidance on the methodology (process) of developing and maintaining (i.e. reviewing and revising) management system standards with a view to ensuring compatibility and enhancing alignment, and - guidance on the terminology, structure and common elements of management system standards with a view to ensuring compatibility as well as enhancing alignment and ease of use. This guidance is in addition to the procedures for technical work and the methodology for the development of International Standards established by the ISO/IEC Directives. This Guide makes a distinction between three different types of management system standard (MSS), as follows. - Type A: management system requirements standards, both generic and sector-specific. - Type B: management system guidelines standards, both generic and sector-specific. - Type C: management system related standards. Whilst this Guide is aimed primarily at Type A MSSs, it is equally applicable to Type B. This Guide is also applicable to Type C with the exception of 7.3 relating to the MSS structure and common elements.
|Nederlandse titel||Richtlijnen voor de verantwoording en ontwikkeling van managementsysteemnormen|
|Engelse titel||Guidelines for the justification and development of management system standards|