The purpose of standardization is to provide reference documents.
The aim of standardization is to seek and to find together, with mutual respect and in acceptable economic conditions, a satisfactory solution to the technical and organisational problems addressed by the standard.
The role of the Standard is to:
Standardization optimises investments and operational costs by making the standard an essential tool for international development:
Standardization and Operational Safety:
Interoperability of equipment and systems: conclusions
A major incident involving multiple deaths or large-scale pollution has consequences that are measured not only in monetary terms but in terms of ethics, the company’s survival, and preserving the “licence to operate”.
These incidents can occur due to the absence of standards, inadequate standards, inconsistent standards or poor communication between standards of different origins on the same subject.
Standardization and Operational Safety: interoperability of equipment and systems: approach
In terms of human safety, environmental protection, and the preservation of industrial assets, a single set of international standards is not merely a tool, but a duty.
Standardization and geographical harmonisation of operating practices
Standardization, a tool for disseminating innovation and best practices:
Standardization and asset competitiveness
Standardization and benefits for internal reference systems
Standardization: window to the world
In brief: The use of standards is: