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The Norwegian standard NS 9415 Floating Aquaculture provide requirements for the design, construction and use of aquaculture facilities. The latest version – published in Norwegian in 2021 – is now available in English.


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Monday 9 May 2022, a one-day course on this standard will be arranged at Equinor in Houston, Texas, organized by the ISO/TC 67 Working Group: Reliability engineering and technology. Advanced registration is required.


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NORSOK M-501 Surface preparation and protective coating, edition 7, is now published for public enquiry until December 1st.


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A new working group on sustainability in prestressed and reinforcing steels under ISO/TC 17/SC 16 Steels for the reinforcement and prestressing of concrete, is recently established. You and your organization are invited to get involved in the work.


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NS-EN ISO 41014 was published in October 2020, and this is a new standard in the FM family.


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A new work item for a new standard on "Accessibility of systems for living independently" is on vote in the European committee on assistive products. The project is led by Norway.


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Key players in the seafood industry have found that logistics and operating costs currently account for up to 15 % of seafood sales value. The adoption of standardised labelling and traceability processes can reduce the time and resources required to fulfil legal obligations, reduce operating costs and meet growing customer and consumer demands.


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A revised version of NS 8175 was adopted on July 1, 2019. Now the standard that establishes four sound classes for buildings has been translated into English.


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Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, the Standardization Administration of China (SAC) is proposing a new technical report (TR) for development in ISO/TC 59/WG 4.


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The Standard Norway Group is launching its new visual identity today, and our website has a new look.


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