United Registrar of Systems Ltd  login  member join  contact us  sitemap
ISO 9000
ISO 14000
ISO/TS 16949
ISO/IEC 20000
OHSAS 18000
ISO 13485
ISO 27001
ISO 28000
ISO/TS 29001
AS 9100
TL 9000
Do you want the Best?
We'll do it!
NEWSNOTICEVoice of CustomerFAQQ&ALibraryVietnam Community
 [General]  CDM & CO2 Reduction
Writer Chung B. H. (cbh1119) Date 2008-08-11 16:38 View 19524
TC 207/SC 7 - Green house gas management and related activities
ISO/WD 14066
Greenhouse gases -- Competency requirements for greenhouse gas validators and verifiers document
Edition: 1
ISO/PRF Guide 64
Guide for addressing environmental issues in product standards
Edition: 2
ISO Guide 64:2008 provides guidance on addressing environmental issues in product standards. It is primarily intended for product standards writers. Its purpose is
 to outline the relationship between the provisions in product standards and the environmental aspects and impacts of the product,
 to assist in drafting or revising provisions in product standards in order to reduce potential adverse environmental impacts at different stages of the entire product life-cycle,
 to emphasize that taking into account environmental issues in product standards is a complex process and requires balancing competing priorities,
 to recommend the use of life-cycle thinking when defining environmental provisions for a product for which a standard is being drafted, and
 to promote the future development of relevant sector guides for addressing environmental issues in product standards by standards writers, consistent with the principles and approaches of ISO Guide 64:2008.
Whenever a new product standard is drafted or an existing product standard is revised or intended to be revised, the project managers and their technical committee chairman/convenors are encouraged to actively promote the application of this Guide. Furthermore, at any stage in the standard development process, experts are encouraged to include environmental issues in their comments.
In order to take account of the diversity of products and their specific environmental impacts, as well as the need for relevant environmental knowledge, it is useful for standards writers to involve environmental experts in the work. The project managers and their technical committee chairman/convenors might wish to take into account other relevant, current sector-specific guidance and environmental provisions identified in related standards.
Unless they are closely related with environmental issues, ISO Guide 64:2008 does not address issues of occupational health and safety or consumer safety as separate or specific aspects of the product life cycle. Standards writers can find guidance on these issues in other guides.
ISO/FDIS 14050
Environmental management -- Vocabulary
Edition: 3
ISO/NP 14051
Environmental management -- Material flow cost accounting -- General principles and framework
Edition: 2
The source of the news : www.iso.ch
- If you want to Write, Please do login first. -
ISO 9001:2008 & ISO 9004:2009 cbh1119
ISO/PRF TS 16949 cbh1119


Why URS? Contact us Global Network Vietnamese Korean English
L3-42.OT05, Landmark 3, Vinhomes Central Park, 720A Dien Bien Phu St, Ward 22, Binh Thanh Dist, HCMC
Tel : 84(08) 3930-1376   |    Fax : 84(08) 3930-1349   |    Mail to : vietnam@urs.vn