This document sets out standard conditions for the calling for expressions of interest which a) bind the employer and respondent to behave in a particular manner, b) establish what is required for a respondent to submit a compliant submission, c) make known to respondents the evaluation criteria, and d) establish the manner in which the employer conducts the process of calling for expressions of interest. This document is intended for use in procurements relating to goods, services and construction works and certain disposals other than by auction.
This document defines — the physical and chemical tests on raw reclaimed natural rubber, and — the standard materials, standard test formulations, equipment, and processing methods for evaluating the vulcanization characteristics, and the mechanical properties of reclaimed natural rubber.
This document gives guidelines for establishing, implementing and maintaining an effective whistleblowing management system based on the principles of trust, impartiality and protection in the following four steps: a) receiving reports of wrongdoing; b) assessing reports of wrongdoing; c) addressing reports of wrongdoing; d) concluding whistleblowing cases. The guidelines of this document are generic and intended to be applicable to all organizations, regardless of type, size, nature of activity, and whether in the public, private or not-for profit sectors. The extent of application of these guidelines depends on the factors specified in 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3. The whistleblowing management system can be stand-alone or can be used as part of an overall management system.
This document defines — physical and chemical tests on raw reclaimed isobutene-isoprene (IIR) rubber, and — standard materials, standard test formulations, equipment, and processing methods for evaluating the vulcanization characteristics and the mechanical properties of reclaimed isobutene-isoprene rubber.
This document provides quality requirements for health apps and defines a health app quality label in order to visualize the quality and reliability of health apps. This document is applicable to health apps, which are a special form of health software. It covers the entire life cycle of health apps. This document is intended for use by app manufacturers as well as app assessment organizations in order to communicate the quality and reliability of a health app. Consumers, patients, carers, health care professionals and their organizations, health authorities, health insurers and the wider public can use the health app quality label and report when recommending or selecting a health app for use, or for adoption in care guidelines, care pathways and care contracts. NOTE 1 Health apps can be subject to national legislation, such as for medical devices. NOTE 2 See Annex C for additional details on the scope. Outside the scope of this document are guidelines to comply to the medical device regulation
This document is applicable to the data exchange format that is designed to facilitate exchanging omics data around the world without forcing changes of any database schema. This document specifies the characteristics of OML from the following perspectives. From an informatics perspective, OML defines the data exchange format based on XML. This document gives guidelines for the specifications of the data exchange format, but this document excludes the database schema itself. From a molecular side of view, this document is applicable to all kinds of omics data, while this document excludes the details of the molecules (e.g., details of genomic sequence variations or whole genomic sequence). This document is also applicable to the molecular annotations including clinical concerns and relations with other omics concerns. From an application side of view, this document is applicable to the clinical field including clinical practice, preventive medicine, translational research, and clinical research including drug discovery. This document does not apply to basic research and other scientific fields. From a biological species side of view, this document is applicable to the human health-associated species as human, preclinical animals, and cell lines. This document does not apply to the other biological species
This document defines the Data Point Methodology for the creation of Data Point Models in the context of European supervisory reporting. Data Point Models are published by a European supervisory authority. To reflect the defined structures in a machine-readable form, they can be accompanied by an XBRL taxonomy. It is also possible to extend the described methodology to other environments.
This document specifies requirements for CAN-based communication systems between the in-vehicle network and the diagnostic link connector of the vehicle. This document does not specify any requirements related to the in-vehicle CAN network architecture. This document specifies the requirements to enable the in-vehicle CAN-based communication systems to establish, maintain, and terminate communication with the devices connected to the diagnostic link connector.
This document defines a ship software logging system (SSLS) for logging and retrieving software version information and current operational status. The system facilitates software maintenance for ship operational technology equipment and associated integrated systems, including but not limited to: — control and alarm systems; — fire and water mist systems; — navigation and communication systems; — steering control systems; — propulsion systems; — power generation systems; — performance monitoring systems; — auxiliary systems. This document sets requirements for the design and usability of a ship software logging system (SSLS) software that: — records software versions for equipment with updateable software (hereinafter “equipment”); — sets an initial log entry when equipment is first installed or detected by the SSLS; — includes a repository of electronic service reports associated with log entries; — automatically logs reports sent by the equipment.
This document aims to provide an introduction to the topic of creating a conceptual model for storing multidimensional data which is received as XBRL instances that follow the rules defined by European taxonomies published by the European Banking Authority (EBA) or by the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA).
This document provides guidelines for data point modelling for supervising experts. The main body consists of four sections. The interrogative form helps in choosing which section may best answer your question and lead you to a good understanding of the subject matter. After this first introductory section and the section containing terms and definitions, the main part starts to provide basic knowledge about different types of data models and data modelling approaches. The first and the second sections provide an overview of data models in general, in contrast to the third section that highlights the necessity of data modelling for supervisory data. This third section draws on the objectives and background information of the preceding sections. Furthermore, a paragraph classifies the Data Point Model introduced by the Eurofiling Initiative and elaborated by EIOPA and EBA, where many new terms related to DPM are introduced. Another paragraph explains the areas of application for the DPM. The third section concludes with a paragraph introducing a subset of the technical constrains that need to be considered in the creation process of the DPM. The fourth section gives step-by-step instructions on how to create a DPM. The paper concludes with remarks on the progress achieved so far, and provides an outlook on the software that is being developed at the moment to support you during the creation process.
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