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2024-04-12
Meet young professionals in European Standardization: Erik Vladimir Simić

The twin green and digital transitions open new opportunities for the European industry and citizens, in a quickly changing global scenario. But does Europe have what it takes? How can we make sure that it has the skills and the workforce to remain competitive in the global economy? And what is the role of standardization?

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2024-04-10
CEN and CENELEC will take part in the first ‘G7 of Standardization’

On 18 April, the first G7 Standardization Summit will take place in Rome, Italy, in the context of the country’s presidency. The event is organized by UNI, the Italian National Standardization Body, under the theme ‘How standards can support glocal social, green and digital policies: the human-centric perspective of the G7 National Standards Organizations’.

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2024-04-08
A new edition of the CEN-CENELEC Guide 29 is now available

In dynamic market environments, there is frequently a need for the swift creation of a reference document to streamline interoperability and compatibility, boost the adoption of innovative solutions, and pave the way for further advancements.

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Research & Innovation
2024-04-03
The final report of the European standardization panel survey has been published

Following the launch and circulation of the first European Standardization Panel Survey, the European Commission has now published their Final Report detailing the survey’s responses and recommendations.

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2024-04-01
Introducing Standardization to Younger Generations: Fostering Future Excellence

SIST believes that introducing standardization to the younger generation is of utmost importance. Familiarizing young people with standardization is one of the main reasons why SIST actively engages with events organized by educational institutions. One such event occurred between 12 and 13 March, where SIST representatives, with their two ambassadors for standardization, participated in the ‘5 Minutes for Measurement’ event, hosted by the Laboratory for Metrology and Quality at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering.

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2024-04-01
Proposal for an ISO standard on AI in Human Resource Management

ISO/TC 260 on Human Resource Management is currently looking at preparing an international standard on ‘Guidance for risk management and the ethical use and adoption of technology’. The aim is to propose measures to mitigate the human capital risks and provide guidance for the use and adoption of technology for HR processes / practices and job roles. The ETUC is opposing the proposed work as the development of such a standard raises a number of concerns.

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2024-04-01
Sustainable growth from standards

Austrian Economic Minister Martin Kocher, CFO Silvia Angelo of ÖBB Infrastruktur and PORR’s CEO Karl-Heinz Strauss in key dialogue at Austrian Standards

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2024-04-01
World Consumer Rights Day 2024

Fair and Responsible Artificial Intelligence for Consumers was the theme of Consumers International’s campaign for World Consumer Rights Day 2024, celebrated each year on 15 March. To mark the occasion, ANEC hosted a training on ‘Influencing AI standards that deliver for civil society – the international approach’.

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2024-04-01
Workers with disabilities in the world of work – a new tool to help businesses

The reference practice UNI/PdR 159:2024 ‘Inclusive work for people with disabilities’, promoted by the Lombardia region and Unioncamere Lombardia, aims to equip companies and organizations in the inclusion of people with disabilities in the world of work.

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2024-04-01
Webinars for standards drafters

The webinar series on Standards Drafting is back for 2024. The CEN and CENELEC ‘Webinars for Standards Drafters’ are of interest to anyone drafting CEN and/or CENELEC standards. They are aimed primarily at Technical Body Secretaries and TC Working Group convenors

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