This training course discusses pandemics and their impacts, providing information on infectious diseases and pandemics, introducing the common terms related to pandemics, and mentioning the potential impacts of a pandemic. The next three sections, deemed as the crux of the training course, are: (1) Preparing for a pandemic, wherein participants gain knowledge on how to prepare for a pandemic situation as an organization and the measures that should be taken to minimize the impact on the organization’s operations; (2) Responding to a pandemic, wherein participants gain knowledge on how to respond to a pandemic, such as activating a pandemic emergency plan, working from home, and social distancing; (3) Communicating during a pandemic, wherein participants gain knowledge on the purpose of communication, including with whom to communicate, what to communicate, where to communicate, what means to use for communicating, and who is responsible to communicate. This training course is based on the good practices commonly used in ISO standards and guidelines provided by several local and international organizations.
1.1 This document specifies a procedure for the initial qualification of composite materials in order to allow quality control, material selection and preliminary design to be undertaken. It provides a single procedure allowing quicker and lower cost qualification compared to multiple bi-lateral qualification against different bespoke user needs. This document focuses on developing B-basis design allowables. 1.2 The procedure comprises a standard qualification plan (SQP) that includes the minimum common test requirements for more highly anisotropic composite materials. Further test requirements are encompassed in an extended qualification plan (EQP), which includes options representing specific in-service features. A reduced qualification plan (RQP) scheme, using the same core structure of test plate preparation and test methods as the SQP, is available for less highly anisotropic and tending towards nominally isotropic composite materials. 1.3 The procedure is suitable for fibre-reinforced thermoset, and thermoplastic, based material systems intended for structural or semi-structural applications. Individual test method standards referred to in this document provide more details as to the classes and types of composite materials that are covered in each case. 1.4 Annexes A and B are included to support presentation of the data obtained in a consistent database and to provide statistical procedures for the determination of B-basis design allowables, respectively.
The component metadata lifecycle needs a comprehensive infrastructure with systems that cooperate well together. To enable this level of cooperation this document provides in depth descriptions and definitions of what CMDI records, components and their representations in XML look like. This document describes these XML representations, which enable the flexible construction of interoperable metadata schemas suitable for, but not limited to, describing language resources. The metadata schemas based on these representations can be used to describe resources at different levels of granularity (e.g. descriptions on the collection level or on the level of individual resources).
The purpose of this document is to describe the core principles and proposed service delivery model for supporting implementation and ongoing maintenance of IDMP terminologies. The information provided in this document can be used as evaluation and/or design criteria when considering current or future operations and service level agreements for systems and terminology support services in conformity with IDMP.
This document provides definitions of all common terms used in the area of space systems and operations for programme management and quality. It does not contain terms specific to an individual International Standard in the area of space systems and operations, which are defined in that particular International Standard.
This document provides guidance to select a vibration generator that will be used to evaluate frequency responses of a test structure or to study how vibration grows/decreases along the structure. These structural dynamics tests can be carried out under field or laboratory conditions (see the ISO 7626 or ISO 10846 series). This document describes the selection procedure in terms of the force developed by a single vibration generator. Meanwhile, to move massive structures such as dams or bridges, an assembly of vibration generators is usually applied. Properly phased generators produce in total the same force as calculated for a single vibration generator (see 6.2.6). Guidance also can be applied for the selection of equipment to be used for modal testing to determine natural frequencies, modal shapes and damping in a structure; however, for such a test, more factors than covered by this document usually need to be considered. This document deals only with translational excitation. For equipment applied to generate angular vibration, see Reference .
This document provides a framework for developing quality measurement. The contents of this document are as follows: — quality measurement reference model; — relationships among different types of quality measures; — guidelines for selecting quality measures; — guidelines for constructing quality measures; — guidelines for planning and performing measurements; — guidelines for the application of measurement results. It includes considerations for selecting quality measures and quality measure elements (Annex A), assessing the reliability of measurement and the validity of quality measures (Annex B), elements for documenting quality measures (Annex C), normalized measurement function for quality measures (Annex D) and the measurement information model in ISO/IEC/IEEE 15939 (Annex E). This document can be applied for designing, identifying, evaluating and executing the measurement model of system and software product quality, quality in use, data quality and IT service quality. This reference model can be used by developers, acquirers, quality assurance staff and independent evaluators—essentially by people responsible for specifying and evaluating the quality of information and communication technology (ICT) systems and services.
The document defines terms related to smoke corrosivity as well as smoke acidity and smoke toxicity. It presents the scenario-based approach that controls smoke corrosivity. It describes the test methods to assess smoke corrosivity at laboratory scale and deals with test applicability and post-exposure conditions. This document is applicable to tests of determination of smoke corrosivity from combustion of materials samples.
This document specifies the mating dimensions for thermoplastic flange adapters and corresponding loose backing flanges intended to be used in thermoplastic piping systems for the conveyance of fluids under pressure. It applies to flange adapters and loose backing flanges for use with pipes with nominal outside diameters (dn) from 16 mm to 2 500 mm and nominal pressures up to 25 bar (PN 25). This document specifies the dimensions of the flange adapters intended to be used for: — butt fusion piping systems; — socket fusion piping systems; — adhesive jointed piping systems. NOTE 1 For specific connections with dimensions (e.g. dn450 or dn630) not covered in this document, or specific equipment (butterfly valves), specific solutions are available on the market. This document is applicable to loose backing flanges made from metal, thermoplastics, or a combination of metal and thermoplastics. This document also provides information on gaskets and gives general recommendations on correct assembling practices. NOTE 2 Industrial applications are not covered by this document. Products intended for industrial application are covered by ISO 15493, ISO 15494 or ISO 10931.  1 bar = 0,1 MPa = 105 N/m2.
This document specifies performance and testing requirements for gas inflation systems for inflatable life-saving appliances. NOTE It is suitable for inflatable life-saving appliances complying with the requirements of the 1974 Safety of Life at Sea Convention (SOLAS 74), as amended, and the IMO International Life-Saving Appliance Code (LSA Code) as amended, adopted by IMO Resolution MSC.48(66). This document applies to gas inflation systems which consist of an inflation gas, a gas cylinder valve, a gas cylinder operating head, high-pressure hoses, and pressure-relief/transfer, inflate/deflate and non-return valves. This document addresses only systems in which compressed inflation gas in cylinders is used as the inflation medium. National requirements for qualification, use, and testing of gas cylinders vary widely. Such requirements for gas cylinders are not addressed in this document, but it is presupposed that gas cylinders meet the requirements of the applicable regulatory bodies. The systems addressed in this document are of the type generally used in life-saving appliances, such as survival craft, marine evacuation systems, and means of rescue. Systems used in personal life-saving appliances, such as inflatable lifejackets, are addressed in ISO 12402-7.
This document, in conjunction with ISO 18079-1, specifies provisions for servicing stations conducting servicing of immersion suits, anti-exposure suits and constant wear suits, including, but not limited to, those subject to IMO regulations, recommendations and guidelines.
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