harmonised standard

harmonised standard

A European standard for a process or protocol that has been accepted by all member states and published in the Official Journal of the European Communities.
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The new version is now a harmonised standard, the references having been published in the Official Journal of the European Union, the existing version will cease being a harmonised standard on 20 April 2016, i.
For example, all shell boilers operated in the European Community must comply with the harmonised standard BS EN 12953, which specifies maximum contamination levels for boilers running unsupervised for periods of 24 to 72 hours.
By means of the harmonised standard DIN EN ISO 4126-4 POSVs are now also approved in Europe.
THE PRESIDENT of the European Commission has indicated he favours a harmonised standard for European Union (EU) airport security that includes the installation of body scanners.
The DFS service will test against regulatory requirements across the world including the EU's harmonised standard EN 301 893 (version 1.
Therefore, there is a need for a single, harmonised standard across the defence ministry, with a logical and consistent methodology for identifying energy saving opportunities and implementing energy efficiency improvements.
Also, there will be harmonised standards for the competency of the lab, and a better understanding of the role of different types of lab personnel," she explained.
Muscat: In a significant move to boost sustainable development through harmonised standards, the draft of unified building codes for all Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries will be introduced next year.
BATS Chi-X Europe supports the Market Model Typology (MMT) project, an industry working group committed to achieving a practical and common solution for harmonised standards on post-trade equity data.
Billy Glover, the company vice president of environmental and aviation policy for Boeing Commercial Airplanes, said 'With increasing environmental, regulatory and social pressures on aviation, having harmonised standards for sustainable bio fuel development is crucial.
Among these benefits are safer ground operations, fewer incidents and injuries, elimination of redundant audits, reduced costs, a uniform audit process, harmonised standards, improved safety oversight, harmonised auditor training and qualifications, improved quality standards and an enhanced understanding of high-risk areas within ground operations," he said.
Other key concerns highlighted include access to refining and extraction technology, market access, Technology access, quality of Stevia leaves, and the absence of harmonised standards.