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NPR-CEN/CLC Guide 22:2013 en

Guide on the organisational structure and processes for the assessment of the membership criteria of CEN and CENELEC

  • Deze norm is ingetrokken sinds 09-03-2015

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Gepubliceerd op 01-07-2013
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This Guide complements - and should be read in conjunction with - CEN-CENELEC Guide 20 “Guide on membership criteria of CEN and CENELEC”. This Guide follows the decisions of the CEN and CENELEC General Assemblies in October 2012 on the document “CEN-CENELEC organisational structure and processes for Peer Assessment, Self-Assessment and Self-Assessment integrated with EN ISO 9001 audit”. Within the same context, the CEN and CENELEC Assemblies also invited their Members to run an assessment exercise during the period from 1 January 2013 to 31 December 2015 and to choose among the following three options of assessment: - A “Self-assessment exercise integrated with the ISO 9001 certification” - B “Peer-assessment exercise” - C “Self-assessment exercise” Furthermore, the CEN and CENELEC Members have to indicate before 31 December 2015 which option they will adopt as assessment practice (between only A or B) from 1 January 2016 onwards. With this background in mind, the present Guide was created to illustrate the organisational model implementing the management of the exercises of self/peer assessment of the Criteria laid down in CEN-CENELEC Guide 20, as well as their reports and follow-up of actions. The agreed organisational model aims at building trust and accountability of the CEN-CENELEC system, while ensuring efficient and effective management. Indeed, the implementation of such an assessment system replies to the ambitious goal of “excellence” embedded in the provisions of the CEN-CENELEC Guide 20 on Membership Criteria. The assessment exercises are indeed handled under the supervision of a recognised super partes Chair and by competent assessors, be they independent from the Member assessed (e.g. in case of peer assessment) or within the same Member (self-assessment). The blend of competence and independence of judgment of the Chair and assessors and effective and efficient processes of follow-up actions will ensure the integrity of the CEN-CENELEC assessment system and the recognition of those CEN and CENELEC stakeholders closely linked to - and benefiting from - standardization.

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ICS-code 03.100
Nederlandse titel Guide on the organisational structure and processes for the assessment of the membership criteria of CEN and CENELEC
Engelse titel Guide on the organisational structure and processes for the assessment of the membership criteria of CEN and CENELEC
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