The Business sector is a relatively new and growing sector for standards. Current documents cover topics such as risk management, continuity management, and information security, all of which take a general, non-prescriptive, yet highly effective approach that can be applied to any type of organisation of any size.
Standard adopts ISO/IEC 14763-2:2019 with modifications for Australia and New Zealand, which specify requirements for the planning, installation and operation of telecommunications cabling and cabling infrastructures including cabling, pathways, spaces and telecommunications bonds (other than that specified in AS 30129) in support of generic cabling standards and associated documents.
Supersedes AS/NZS ISO/IEC 14763.2:2014
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Amendment applies to the Front Cover, Preface, and ISO/IEC 12785-1:2009/Cor 1:2013.View product page
Standard adopts IEC 61649:2008 which provides methods for analysing data from a Weibull distribution using continuous parameters such as time to failure, cycles to failure, mechanical stress, etc. This Standard is applicable whenever data on strength parameters, e.g. times to failure, cycles, stress, etc. are available for a random sample of items operating under test conditions or in-service, for the purpose of estimating measures of reliability performance of the population from which these items were drawn. This Standard is applicable when the data being analysed are independently, identically distributed. This should either be tested or assumed to be true (refer to IEC 60300-3-5). In this Standard, numerical methods and graphical methods are described to plot data, to make a goodness-of-fit test, to estimate the parameters of the two- or three-parameter Weibull distribution and to plot confidence limits. Guidance is given on how to interpret the plot in terms of risk as a function of time, failure modes and possible weak population and time to first failure or minimum endurance. The proposed standard is identical with, and will be reproduced from, IEC 61649:2008 Weibull analysis.View product page
Standard adopts ISO 15836 2:2019, which establishes a vocabulary for cross‐domain resource description, known as the Dublin Core metadata terms (hereafter DCMI Metadata Terms). It includes all of the properties and classes in the main namespace of DCMI Metadata Terms (hereafter "the /terms/ namespace"), as published in the DCMI Recommendation document "DCMI Metadata Terms" of 2012 (DCMI‐TERMS and Annex A). As explained in Annex B, these properties and classes can be identified by URIs for use in linked data. This Standard does not contain the following supporting terms from "DCMI Metadata Terms" specification: (a) Terms from the /elements/1.1/ namespace (included in AS ISO 15836.1), (b) Vocabulary encoding schemes, (c) Syntax encoding schemes, (d) DCMI Type vocabulary, (e) Terms related to the DCMI Abstract Model. Both AS ISO 15836.1 and this Standard include the 15 so‐called core terms, but in AS ISO 15836.1 they are from the /elements/1.1/ namespace, and in this Standard from the /terms/ namespace. In the latter, the terms have narrower semantics. This Standard does not limit what might be a resource. This Standard does not provide specific implementation guidelines. The properties and classes are typically used in the context of an application profile, which constrains or specifies their use in accordance with local or community‐based requirements and policies.View product page
Standard adopts ISO/IEC 20000‐2:2019 which provides guidance on the application of a service management system (SMS) based on AS/NZS ISO/IEC 20000.1. It provides examples and recommendations to enable organizations to interpret and apply AS/NZS ISO/IEC 20000.1, including references to other parts of the AS/NZS ISO/IEC 20000 series and other relevant standards. An SMS as designed by an organization cannot exclude any of the requirements specified in AS/NZS ISO/IEC 20000.1View product page
Standard adopts ISO/IEC 20000‐3:2019 which provides guidance on the scope definition and applicability to the requirements specified in AS/NZS ISO/IEC 20000.1. This Standard can assist in establishing whether AS/NZS ISO/IEC 20000.1 is applicable to an organization’s circumstances. It illustrates how the scope of an SMS can be defined, irrespective of whether the organization has experience of defining the scope of other management systems. The guidance in this Standard can assist an organization in planning and preparing for a conformity assessment against AS/NZS ISO/IEC 20000.1. Annex A contains examples of possible scope statements for an SMS. The examples given use a series of scenarios for organizations ranging from very simple to complex service supply chains. This Standard can be used by personnel responsible for planning the implementation of an SMS, as well as assessors and consultants. It supplements the guidance on the application of an SMS given in AS/NZS ISO/IEC 20000.2. Requirements for bodies providing audit and certification of an SMS can be found in AS/NZS ISO/IEC 20000.6 which recommends the use of this Standard.
Supersedes AS/NZS ISO/IEC 20000.3:2014View product page
Standard adopts IEC 61703:2016 which provides mathematical expressions for selected reliability, availability, maintainability and maintenance support measures defined in IEC 60050-192:2015. In addition, it introduces some terms not covered in IEC 60050‐192:2015.View product page
Objective of this Standard is to specify conceptual schemas for describing the spatial characteristics of geographic entities, and a set of spatial operations consistent with these schemas. It treats "vector" geometry and topology. It defines standard spatial operations for use in access, query, management, processing and data exchange of geographic information for spatial (geometric and topological) objects. Because of the nature of geographic information, these geometric coordinate spaces will normally have up to three spatial dimensions, one temporal dimension and any number of other spatially dependent parameters as needed by the applications. In general, the topological dimension of the spatial projections of the geometric objects will be at most three. This Standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 19107:2019, Geographic information - Spatial schema.
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Objective of this Standard is to specify procedures to estimate the parameters of the power law model, to provide confidence intervals for the failure intensity, to provide prediction intervals for the times to future failures, and to test the goodness‐of- fit of the power law model to data from repairable items. It is assumed that the time to failure data have been collected from an item, or some identical items operating under the same conditions (e.g. environment and load). This Standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from IEC 61710:2013 Power law model - Goodness-of-fit tests and estimation methods.View product page
Objective of this Standard is to provide requirements and guidance for obsolescence management applicable to any organization that is dependent on another organization to obtain value from the usefulness of the items that it provides. A cost‐effective obsolescence management process and the activities used to implement the process are applicable throughout all phases of an item’s life cycle. This Standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from, IEC 62402:2019 Obsolescence management.View product page
Objective of this Standard is to explain how failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA), including the failure modes, effects and criticality analysis (FMECA) variant, is planned, performed, documented and maintained. This Standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from, IEC 60812:2018, Failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA and FMECA).View product page
Objective of this Standard is to provide guidance on the selection and application of techniques for assessing risk in a wide range of situations. The techniques are used to assist in making decisions where there is uncertainty, to provide information about particular risks and as part of a process for managing risk. The document provides summaries of a range of techniques, with references to other documents where the techniques are described in more detail. This Standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from, IEC 31010:2019 Risk management - Risk assessment techniques.View product page
Objective of this Technical Report is to specify system requirements for learning analytics systems and services. Learning analytics systems and services are assumed to be composed of independent processes and applications having diverse purposes. To improve efficiency for communication and operation between systems and/or services, the system requirements identify each system’s role, capability and recommended performance, etc. The system requirements are based on SA/SNZ TR ISO/IEC 20748.1 and additional use cases came from the National Bodies and Liaison Organizations (NBLOs).View product page
Objective of this standard is to provide educational authorities, purchasers, specifiers, users, manufacturers and consumers with requirements for school and educational tables/desks with and without storage features that specify sizing, safety, strength, durability, stability and marking requirements to assist in selection and evaluation.View product page
Objective of this standard is to provide educational authorities, purchasers, specifiers, users, manufacturers and consumers with requirements for school and educational chairs that specify sizing, safety, strength, durability and stability requirements to assist in selection and evaluation.View product page
Objective of this Standard is to provide educational authorities, purchasers, specifiers, users, manufacturers and consumers with requirements for school and educational storage furniture that specifies strength, durability and stability requirements to assist in selection and evaluation.View product page
Objective of this Standard is to provide - (a) a general framework for dealing with competency information in information technology for learning, education, and training (ITLET) contexts; (b) a system architecture for managing and exchanging competency information and its related objects; (c) an information model for expressing competency and its related objects that includes an introduction to the composition of competency; and (d) use cases used to support the development of the general framework and competency information model.
This Standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO/IEC 20006-1:2014, Information technology for learning, education and training - Information model for competency - Part 1: Competency general framework and information model.
Objective of this Technical Report is to create a common language that embeds records management concerns and requirements into enterprise architecture with the twin goals of building consensus - among records managers, enterprise architects and solution architects; and across the domains of records management, enterprise architecture and solution architecture. This Technical Report is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO/TR 21965:2019, Information and documentation - Records management in enterprise architecture.View product page
Objective of this Technical Report is to specify a reference model that identifies the diverse IT system requirements of learning analytics interoperability. The reference model identifies relevant terminology, user requirements, workflow and a reference architecture for learning analytics. This Technical Report is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO/IEC TR 20748-1:2016, Information technology for learning, education and training - Learning analytics interoperability - Part 1: Reference model.View product page
Objective of this Technical Specification is to specify privacy and data protection requirements and attributes to inform design of learning analytics systems and learning analytics practices in schools, universities, workplace learning and blended learning settings. This Technical Specification is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO/ IEC TS 20748-4:2019, Information technology for learning, education and training - Learning analytics interoperability - Part 4: Privacy and data protection policies.View product page
Objective of this Technical Report is to provide guidance on how to carry out appraisal for managing records. It describes some of the products and outcomes that can be delivered using the results of appraisal. As such, this Technical Report describes a practical application of the concept of appraisal outlined in AS ISO 15489.1. This Technical Report is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO/TR 21946:2018, Information and documentation - Appraisal for managing records.View product page
Objective of this Technical Report is to provide recommendations that are intended to build consensus on which International Standards for e-textbooks can be developed.
This Technical Report is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO/IEC TR 18120:2016, Information technology - Learning, education, and training - Requirements for e-textbooks in education.
Objective of this Standard is to specify the description of entities of the real world dealing with competencies, competencies description, competencies evaluation, and of the operations done by these entities on competencies. This Standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO/IEC 22602:2019, Information technology - Learning, education and training - Competency models expressed in MLR.View product page
Objective of this Standard is to provide an information model for competency proficiency and its level. Moreover, it presents several use cases that can be used by software developers, implementers, and architects of human resources systems and learning systems. These use cases will support management and exchange of competency information within information technology systems used for learning, education, and training. This Standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO/IEC 20006-2:2015, Information technology for learning, education and training - Information model for competency - Part 2: Proficiency level information model.View product page
Objective of this Standard is to provide data elements for the description of persons (individual or organization) that are related to the description of a learning resource. This Standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO/IEC 19788-9:2015, Information technology - Learning, education and training - Metadata for learning resources - Part 9: Data elements for persons.View product page