The ISO Standards Revision Process

The ISO standards revision process is a process that ensures that ISO standards are up to date and relevant to the needs of the users and stakeholders. ISO standards are reviewed every five years to determine if they need to be revised, confirmed, withdrawn, or stabilized. The revision process involves the following steps: Proposal stage: A proposal for a new or revised standard is submitted by a national member body, a liaison organization, or the technical committee (TC) responsible for the…

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