Dossier:Normes

Normes
Un dossier de Qualitionnaire by AQTE sprl coordonné par Constant Depièreux

Normes

Normes volontaires - Généralités

  • Normes privées et normes internationales
  • ISO
  • FANDC
  • Références diverses

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Normes - Développement durable (hors sécurité alimentaire)

  • Dimension essentiellement économique
  • Dimension essentiellement environnementale

Normes de l'agriculture biologique

  • FAO
  • ICROFS
  • IFOAM
  • Urgent Revision of IAC 9.4
  • Technical Correction of IAC 8.2.5
  • Urgent Revision of IBS Chapter 6.6 and Appendix 4, Table 2
  • Allemagne
  • 16 standards spécifiques : alcools, bière, boissons fermentées traditionnelles, céreales, édulcorants, fruits et légumes, huiles comestibles, levure, lutte contre les nuisibles, oeufs, pain, pâtes, produits laitiers, soya, viande, Vin
  • Activités de production primaire
  • Activités de transformation
  • Responsabilité sociale
  • Comparaisons avec la législation européenne
  • Canada
  • Danemark
  • Etats-Unis

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  • Dimension essentiellement sociale

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Normes - Sécurité alimentaire

  • Généralités
  • FAO
  • Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
  • OCDE
  • OIE
  • OMC
  • OMS/WHO
  • Origines diverses
(voir : Maîtriser les normes volontaires privées)
Permet d'arriver à : Normes SPS, 11ème Briefing de Bruxelles sur le développement
  • Lignes directrices ou normes acceptant l'équivalence d'autres (reconnaissances croisées)
  • Manufacturing Schemes:
  • Primary Production Schemes:
  • General Regulations: V3.1_Nov09 (all scopes)
  • Fruit and Vegetables: 3.0-2_Sep07
  • Livestock Base: 3.0-4_Mar10
  • Aquaculture - V1.02_March10
  • Primary and Manufacturing Scheme:
  • QS a des accords de reconnaissance croisée des audits effectués par
  • Aliments pour bétail
  • Productions animales
  • Codiplan
  • Productions végétales
  • Distribution en gros
  • Inventaire alphabétique des autres normes existantes (Hors reconnaissances croisées - en cours de réalisation)

Par ordre alphabétique, merci à Bernard Pichetto, Eric Kalinovski, Hubert Bazin, Jean Claude Daudy, Yves Boisart pour leurs contributions au développement de ce composant.

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Normes statistiques

TC69 Documents (Originated from former SC2 and SC3)

  • Statistical Methodology:
  • ISO/TR 13425:2006 gives guidance on the selection and an overview of all the referenced standards, guides, technical reports and DIS developed by ISO/TC 69 from a user prospective. DIS are drafts which can be amended. Both categories are documents, which are available to the public. ISO/TR 13425:2006 also gives two descriptions of the content of the standards by two sets of abstracts: non-technical abstracts and technical abstracts of all these documents. Each abstract presents a brief survey of the content of the actual standard or DIS. It also gives some indications of the use of the document in different areas.
  • Annex A gives the non-technical and technical abstracts. The non-technical abstracts are usually brief. In these abstracts, the number of technical terms are kept to a minimum. They give brief outlines of the actual documents. The technical abstracts are somewhat longer. More technical terms are used. The technical abstracts also go more into depth with regard to the content and the use of the actual document than the non-technical abstracts. For many documents, the two abstracts supplement each other.
  • Annex B lists the committee drafts, working drafts and new work item proposals in the ISO/TC 69 work program.]
  • ISO/TR 18532:2009 describes a broad range of statistical methods applicable to the management, control and improvement of processes.
  • ISO 11453:1996 Statistical interpretation of data — Tests and confidence intervals relating to proportions
  • ISO 5479:1997 Statistical interpretation of data — Tests for departure from the normal distribution
  • ISO 3494:1976 Statistical interpretation of data — Power of tests relating to means and variances
  • ISO 3301:1975 Statistical interpretation of data — Comparison of two means in the case of paired observations
  • ISO 2854:1976 Statistical interpretation of data — Techniques of estimation and tests relating to means and variances
  • ISO 16269-6:2005 Statistical interpretation of data — Part 6: Determination of statistical tolerance intervals
  • ISO 16269-7:2001 Statistical interpretation of data — Part 7: Median — Estimation and confidence intervals
  • ISO 16269-8:2004 Statistical interpretation of data — Part 8: Determination of prediction intervals
  • ISO 2602:1980 Statistical interpretation of test results — Estimation of the mean — Confidence Interval
  • ISO 28640:2010 Random variate generation methods
  • Bulk Sampling:
  • ISO 10725:2000 Acceptance sampling plans and procedures for the inspection of bulk materials
  • ISO 11648-1:2003 Statistical aspects of sampling from bulk materials — Part 1: General principles
  • ISO 11648-2:2001 Statistical aspects of sampling from bulk materials — Part 2: Sampling of particulate materials

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TC69/SC1 Documents

  • Nomenclature and Definitions:
  • ISO 3534-1:2006 Statistics — Vocabulary and symbols — Part 1: General statistical terms and terms used in probability
  • ISO 3534-2:2006 Statistics — Vocabulary and symbols — Part 2: Applied statistics
  • ISO 3534-3:1999 Statistics — Vocabulary and symbols — Part 3: Design of experiments

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TC69/SC4 Documents

  • Statistical Process Control
  • ISO 22514-1:2009 Statistical methods in process management — Capability and performance – 1: General principles and concepts
  • ISO 22514-3:2008 Statistical methods in process management — Capability and performance – Part 3: Machine performance studies for measured data on discrete parts
  • ISO/TR 22514-4:2007 Statistical methods in process management — Capability and performance – Part 4: Process capability estimates and performance
  • ISO 21747:2006 Statistical methods — Process performance and capability statistics for measured quality characteristics
  • ISO 11462-1:2001 Guidelines for implementation of statistical process control (SPC) — Part 1: Elements of SPC
  • ISO 8258:1991 Shewhart control charts
  • ISO 7966:1993 Acceptance control charts
  • ISO 7873:1993 Control charts for arithmetic average with warning limits
  • ISO/TR 7871:1997 Cumulative sum charts — Guidance on quality control and data analysis using CUSUM techniques
  • ISO 7870-1:2007 Control charts — Part 1: General guidelines

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TC69/SC5 Documents

  • Acceptance Sampling
  • ISO 24153:2009 Random sampling and randomization procedures
  • ISO 21247:2005 Combined accept-zero sampling systems and process control procedures for product acceptance
  • ISO 18414:2006 Acceptance sampling procedures by attributes — Accept-zero sampling system based on credit principle for controlling outgoing quality
  • ISO 14560:2004 Acceptance sampling procedures by attributes — Specified quality levels in nonconforming items per million
  • ISO 13448-1:2005 Acceptance sampling procedures based on the allocation of priorities principle (APP) — Part 1: Guidelines for the APP approach
  • ISO 13448-2:2004 Acceptance sampling procedures based on the allocation of priorities principle (APP) — Part 2: Coordinated single sampling plans for acceptance sampling by attributes
  • ISO/TR 8550-1:2007 Guidance on the selection and usage of acceptance sampling systems for inspection of discrete items in lots — Part 1: Acceptance sampling
  • ISO/TR 8550-2:2007 Guidance on the selection and usage of acceptance sampling systems for inspection of discrete items in lots — Part 2: Sampling by attributes
  • ISO/TR 8550-3:2007 Guidance on the selection and usage of acceptance sampling systems for inspection of discrete items in lots — Part 3: Sampling by variables
  • ISO 8422:2006 Sequential sampling plans for inspection by attributes
  • ISO 8423:2008 Sequential sampling plans for inspection by variables for percent nonconforming (known standard deviation)
  • ISO 3951-1:2005 Sampling procedures for inspection by variables — Part 1: Specification for single sampling plans indexed by acceptance quality limit (AQL) for lot-by-lot inspection for a single quality characteristic and a single AQL
  • ISO 3951-2:2006 Sampling procedures for inspection by variables — Part 2: General specification for single sampling plans indexed by acceptance quality limit (AQL) for lot-by-lot inspection of independent quality characteristics
  • ISO 3951-3:2007 Sampling procedures for inspection by variables — Part 3: Double sampling schemes indexed by acceptance quality limit (AQL) for lot-by-lot inspection
  • ISO 3951-5:2006 Sampling procedures for inspection by variables — Part 5: Sequential sampling plans indexed by acceptance quality limit (AQL) for inspection by variables (known standard deviation)
  • ISO 2859-1:1999 Sampling procedures for inspection by attributes — Part 1: Sampling schemes indexed by acceptance quality limit (AQL) for lot-by-lot inspection
  • ISO 2859-2:1985 Sampling procedures for inspection by attributes — Part 2: Sampling plans indexed by limiting quality (LQ) for isolated lot inspection
  • ISO 2859-3:2005 Sampling procedures for inspection by attributes — Part 3: Skip-lot sampling procedures
  • ISO 2859-4:2002 Sampling procedures for inspection by attributes — Part 4: Procedures for assessment of declared quality levels
  • ISO 2859-5:2005 Sampling procedures for inspection by attributes — Part 5: System of sequential sampling plans indexed by acceptance quality limit (AQL) for lot-by-lot inspection
  • ISO 2859-10:2006 Sampling procedures for inspection by attributes — Part 10: Introduction to the ISO 2859 series of standards for sampling for inspection by attributes

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TC69/SC6 Documents

  • Metrology and Measurement Systems
  • ISO/TR 12888:2011 describes the measurement process where the characteristic(s) being measured is a continuous variable. Measurement processes where the characteristic(s) of interest is an attribute (i.e. pass/fail) are not treated in this document.
  • L'ISO/TR 12888:2011 décrit un processus de mesure où les caractéristiques mesurées sont des variables continues. Il ne traite pas des processus de mesure dont les caractéristiques pertinentes sont un attribut (c'est-à-dire réussite/échec).
  • L'ISO/TR 12888:2011 fournit des exemples de systèmes de mesure simples ainsi que des résultats exploitables utilisés dans l'industrie où deux facteurs principaux contribuent à la variation des résultats de mesure: la variation entre deux opérateurs et chez un même opérateur.
  • L'ISO/TR 14468:2010 évalue un processus de mesure dans lequel la (les) caractéristique(s) mesurée(s) a (ont) la forme de données d'attribut (comprenant des données nominales et des données ordinales).
  • L'ISO/TR 14468:2010 fournit des exemples d'analyse d'accord d'attribut (AAA) et utilise divers résultats pour évaluer l'étroitesse de l'accord parmi les évaluateurs, tel que l'accord par évaluateur, l'accord entre les évaluateurs, l'accord de chaque évaluateur par rapport à une référence et l'accord de tous les évaluateurs par rapport à une référence.
  • ISO/TR 22971:2005 Accuracy (trueness and precision) of measurement methods and results – Practical guidance for the use of ISO 5725-2:1994 in designing, implementing and statistically analysing interlaboratory repeatability and reproducibility results
  • ISO/TS 21749:2005 Measurement uncertainty for metrological applications — Repeated measurements and nested experiments
  • ISO/TS 21748:2004 Guidance for the use of repeatability, reproducibility and trueness estimates in measurement uncertainty estimation
  • ISO 13528:2005 Statistical methods for use in proficiency testing by interlaboratory comparisons
  • ISO 11843-1:1997 Capability of detection — Part 1: Terms and definitions
  • ISO 11843-2:2000 Capability of detection — Part 2: Methodology in the linear calibration case
  • ISO 11843-3:2003 Capability of detection — Part 3: Methodology for determination of the critical value for the response variable when no calibration data are used
  • ISO 11843-4:2003 Capability of detection — Part 4: Methodology for comparing the minimum detectable value with a given value
  • ISO 11843-5:2008 Capability of detection — Part 5: Methodology in the linear and non-linear calibration cases
  • ISO 11095:1996 Linear calibration using reference materials
  • ISO 10576-1:2003 Statistical methods — Guidelines for the evaluation of conformity with specified requirements — Part 1: General principles
  • ISO 5725-1:1994 Accuracy (trueness and precision) of measurement methods and results – Part 1: General principles and definitions
  • ISO 5725-2:1994 Accuracy (trueness and precision) of measurement methods and results – Part 2: Basic method for the determination of repeatability and reproducibility of a standard measurement method
  • ISO 5725-3:1994 Accuracy (trueness and precision) of measurement methods and results – Part 3: Intermediate measures of the precision of a standard measurement method
  • ISO 5725-4:1994 Accuracy (trueness and precision) of measurement methods and results – Part 4: Basic methods for the determination of the trueness of a standard measurement method
  • ISO 5725-5:1998 Accuracy (trueness and precision) of measurement methods and results – Part 5: Alternative methods for the determination of the precision of a standard measurement method
  • ISO 5725-6:1994 Accuracy (trueness and precision) of measurement methods and results – Part 6: Use in practice of accuracy values

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TC69/SC7 Documents

  • Six Sigma Documents
  • L'ISO 13053-1:2011 présente une méthodologie d'amélioration des processus d'activités appelée Six Sigma. En règle générale, la méthodologie comporte cinq étapes: définir, mesurer, analyser, améliorer et contrôler (DMAIC, pour «Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control»).
  • L'ISO 13053-1:2011 recommande les pratiques préférées ou les meilleures pratiques pour chacune des étapes de la méthodologie DMAIC utilisée au cours de l'exécution d'un projet Six Sigma. Elle donne également des recommandations sur la manière dont il convient de gérer les projets Six Sigma et définit les rôles, compétences et formations du personnel y participant. Elle s'applique aux entreprises utilisant des processus de fabrication, ainsi que des processus de service et de transaction.
  • L'ISO 13053-2:2011 décrit les outils et techniques, illustrés par des fiches-outils, à utiliser à chaque étape de l'approche DMAIC.
  • La méthodologie définie dans l'ISO 13053-1 est générique et ne dépend d'aucun secteur industriel et économique particulier. Les outils et techniques décrits dans l'ISO 13053-2:2011 peuvent donc être appliqués à n'importe quel secteur d'activité et à n'importe quelle entreprise cherchant à être concurrentielle.
  • ISO/TR 29901:2007 Selected illustrations of full factorial experiments with four factors
  • ISO/TR 12845:2010 Selected illustrations of fractional factorial screening experiments

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