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Shaping our future together

ABOUT CEN

Press release 05 December 2011.

The European Committee for Standardization (CEN) is a business catalyst in Europe, removing trade barriers for European stakeholders such as industry, public administration, service providers, consumers and other stakeholders. Its mission is to foster the European economy in global trading, the welfare of European citizens, and the environment. Through its services CEN provides a platform for the development of European Standards and other specifications.

CEN’s 31 National Members work together to develop voluntary European Standards (ENs) in various sectors to build a European Internal Market for goods and services and to position Europe in the global economy. By supporting research, and helping disseminate innovation, standards are a powerful tool for economic growth. More than 60.000 technical experts as well as business federations, consumer and other societal interest organizations are involved in the CEN network that reaches over 500 million people.

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CEN/TC 319 - Maintenance

List of publications

  • EN 13269: 2016 - Maintenance - Guideline on preparation of maintenance contracts.
  • FprEN 13306: 2017 - Maintenance - Maintenance Terminology.
  • EN 13460: 2009 - Maintenance - Documents for Maintenance.
  • EN 15331: 2011 - Criteria for design, management and control of maintenance services for buildings.
  • EN 15341: 2006 - Maintenance - Maintenance Key Performance Indicators.
  • EN 15628: 2014 - Maintenance – Qualification of maintenance personnel.
  • EN 16646: 2014 - Maintenance - Maintenance within physical asset management.
  • prEN 16646-2 - Methodology to improve life cycle performance and to achieve a sustainable physical asset, in preparation.
  • prEN 16991 - Risk based inspection framework (RBFI).
  • FprEN 17007 - Maintenance process and associated indicators.

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News from CEN TC 319:

Mr. Franco Santini (IT), Chairperson of CEN TC 319.

  • WG 2 Documentation for maintenance
    closed for the moment; waiting for possible need to open it again.
    EN 13460: 2009 Maintenance - Documents for Maintenance.
  • WG 3 Maintenance Agreements
    Convenor: Saverio Albanese (IT)
    closed for the moment; waiting for possible need to open it again.
    EN 13269: 2016 - Maintenance - Guideline on preparation of maintenance contracts.
  • WG 4 Terminology
    Convenor: Antoine Despujols, FR
    FprEN 13306: 2017 - Maintenance - Maintenance Terminology.
  • WG 6 Maintenance Performance and Indicators
    Convenor: Mr. Franco Santini, IT
    EN 15341:2006 - Maintenance - Maintenance Key Performance Indicators.
    In revision.
  • WG 7 Maintenance of Buildings
    Convenor: Mr. Giancarlo Paganin, IT
    EN 15331:2011 Criteria for design, management and control of maintenance services for buildings.
    In revision.
  • WG 8 Maintenance Functions and Maintenance Management
    Convenor: Mr. Franco Santini, IT
    The revised title was agreed by CEN TC 319.
    Call for experts.
  • WG 9 Qualification of Maintenance Personnel
    Convenor: Mr. Guido Walt, CH
    EN 15628:2014 - Maintenance - Qualification of maintenance personnel.
    New document for detailing the competences, in preparation.
  • WG 10 Maintenance within a Physical Asset Management
    Convenor: Kari Komonen, SF
    prEN 16646-2 - Methodology to improve life cycle performance and to achieve a sustainable physical asset, in preparation.
    EN 16646-1:2014 - Maintenance - Maintenance within physical asset management.
  • WG 11 Condition Assessment Methodology
    Convenor: open
    This item for the time being is proposed as Technical Specification.
    Different subjects are proposed to consider, as
    - Energy Performance
    - Fire safety
    - RCM
    - Risk analyse
    - SHE- assessment
    - FMECA, etc.
    To consider also EN 16096:2012 Conservation of cultural properties - Condition survey and report of cultural heritage (CEN TC 346).
  • WG 12 Risk based inspection framework
    Convenor: Mr Aleksandar Jovanovich, NL/DE
    prEN 16991 - Risk based inspection framework (RBFI).
  • WG 13 Maintenance processes
    Convenor: Mr Antoine Despujols, FR
    prEN 17007 Maintenance process and associated indicators.
  • WG 14 Maintenance Engineering
    Convenor: Mr. Per Schjolberg
    Call for experts.
  • Next meetings CEN TC 319
    Convenors: May or June 2017
    Plenary meeting; September or October 2017, UNI, Milano.

Market take-up of innovation – role of European Standards
The European Standards Organizations welcome the proposal for HORIZON 2020

Press Release: Brussels, 5 December 2011

Brussels, 5 December 2011 - The proposal for HORIZON 2020, adopted on 30 November 2011 by the European Commission, recognizes the role of standardization in supporting the market take-up of innovation. The European Standards Organizations are fully committed to play a key role in HORIZON 2020, hence contributing to the objectives of the Innovation Union.

In the new proposal for HORIZON 2020, standardization is mentioned in all three priority pillars:
Excellent Science, Industrial Leadership and Societal Challenges. Standards and the standardization process are identified as tools which help accelerate the deployment and diffusion of innovative products and services into the market.

The key role of standardization as a bridge between research, innovation and market has been recognized in recent political initiatives by all EU institutions. More and more researchers and companies understand the role standards play and seek to include pre-normative research and standardization activities in their research projects.

The implementation of Horizon 2020 will aim to respond to the evolving opportunities and needs from science and technology, industry, policies and society. The European Standards Organizations are fully committed to support Horizon 2020 and help tackle the technical barriers to innovation in Europe. We are seeking considerable improvements in the links between standardization, innovation and research, and are ready to collaborate with the European Commission to provide a long-term framework to link appropriate research results with standardization.

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MAINTENANCE STANDARDS OF CEN TC 319 NATIONAL MEMBERS

List of publications

  • DIN 32736: Building Management –Facility Management- Terminology and scope of services
  • BS 3843: 1992 - Terotecnology
  • BS 6548-2: Maintainability of equipment.
    Part 2: Guide to maintainability studies during the design phase
  • BS 6548-3: Maintainability of equipment.
    Part 3: Guide to maintainability, verification and the collection, analysis and presentation of maintainability data
  • BS 6548-5: Maintainability of equipment.
    Part 5: Guide to diagnostic testing
  • BS 6548-6: Maintainability of equipment.
    Part 6: Guide to statistical methods in maintainability evaluation
  • BS 8210:1986 - Guide to building maintenance management
  • UNI 10145: Definition of evaluation factors of maintenance films
  • UNI 10685: Maintenance Global service
  • UNI 10224: Maintenance. Function of maintenance. Fondamental principles
  • UNI 10388: Maintenance ratios
  • UNI 10584: Maintenance: System of information maintenance
  • UNI 10749: Maintenance. Guidelines for management of maintenance materials. Criteria for classification, codification, standardization and support.
  • UNI 10604: Maintenance. Criteria for design, management and control of the maintenance services of buildings
  • UNI 10831: Maintenance of buildings. Documentation and basic information for maintenance services of project approved and executed
  • UNI 10951: Guideline. System of information for maintenance management of building
  • UNI 11420: Manutenzione - Qualifica del personale di manutenzione

INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ON MAINTENANCE AND DEPENDABILITY

List of publications

  • ASTM E1670-95a(1999) - Standard Classification for Serviceability of an Office Facility for Management of Operations and Maintenance
  • ASTM E2135-02 - Standard Terminology for Property and Asset Management
  • IEC 50090-192:2015 - International Electro-technical vocabulary - Dependability and quality of services
  • IEC 60300-1 - Dependability management
    Part 1: Dependability management systems
  • IEC 60300-2 - Dependability management
    Part 2: Guidelines for dependability management
  • IEC 60300-3-3 - Dependability management
    Part 3-3: Application guide - Life cycle costing
  • IEC 60300-3-10 - Dependability management
    Part 3-10: Application guide - Maintainability
  • IEC 60300-3-14 - Dependability management (first edition 2004)
    Part 3-14: Application guide - Maintenence and maintenance support
  • IEC 60300-3-16 - Dependability management (2007)
    Part 3-16: Application guide - Guideline for the specification of maintenance support services
  • IEC 60706-2 - Maintainability of equipment - Part 2: Maintainability requirements and studies during the design and development phase
  • IEC 60706-3 - Maintainability of equipment
    Part 3: Verification and collection, analysis and presentation of data
  • IEC 60706-5 - Maintainability of equipment
    Part 5: Testability and diagnostic testing
  • ISO/WD 15686-5 - Buildings and constructed assets -- Service life planning
  • ISO 15642 - Road construction and maintenance equipment -- Asphalt mixing plants -- Terminology and commercial specifications
  • ISO/DIS 16039 - Road construction and maintenance equipment -- Slipform pavers -- Vocabulary and commercial specifications
  • ISO 18436-1 "Condition monitoring and diagrostics of machines- Requirements for training and certification of personnel
    Part 1: Requirements for certifying bodies and the certification process"
  • ISO 31000:2009 - Risk management Principles and Guidelines
  • SAE: JA1012 - A Guide to the Reliability Maintenance (Rcm) Standard

INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS AND GUIDANCES ON MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

List of publications

  • ISO 9001: 2000 - Quality Management Standard
  • ISO 14001: 2004 - Environmental Management Standard
  • OHSAS 18001: 1999 - Certification of occupational health and safety management systems
  • ILO-OSH: 2001 (International Labour Office -ILO) - Guidelines on occupational safety and health management systems
  • ISO 26000: 2010 - Guidance Standard on Social Responsibility
  • ISO/DIS 41001 - Facility management — Management systems — Requirements with guidance for use
  • ISO 55000 - Asset Management - Overview, priciples and terminology
  • ISO 55001 - Asset Management - Management systems - Requirements
  • ISO 55002 - Asset Management - Management systems - Guidelines for the application of ISO 55001

CEN/TC 348 Facility Management

List of publications

  • EN 15221-1:2006 Facility Management - Part 1: Terms and definitions
  • EN 15221-2:2006 Facility Management - Part 2: Guidance on how to prepare Facility Management agreements
  • EN 15221-3 Facility Management - Part 3: Guidance on quality in Facility Management
  • EN 15221-4 Facility Management - Part 4: Taxonomy, Classification and Structures in Facility Management
  • EN 15221-5 Facility Management - Part 5: Guidance on Facility Management processes
  • EN 15221-6 Facility Management - Part 6: Area and Space Measurement in Facility Management
  • EN 15221-7 Facility Management - Part 7: Performance Benchmarking

ISO/TC 267 Facility Management

List of publications

  • ISO 41001 Facility management - Management systems - Requirements with guidance for use
  • ISO 41011 Facility management - Vocabulary
  • ISO 41012 Facility management - Guidance on strategic sourcing and the development of agreements
  • ISO/TR 41013 Facility management - Scope, key concepts and benefits

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