ISO is the largest international standardization organization with 164 national member organizations worldwide. ISO facilitates the development of global standards that advance international trade of goods and services. ISO’s preparation of international standards often results in the standards becoming European standards as well.
An example of an ISO-standard that is also a European one is the DS/EN/ISO 9000 family – consisting of several standards for quality management.
Danish Standards is an active member of ISO and is responsible for the secretariats for the technical committees for food safety and medical hypodermic syringes.
ISO manages all standardization areas expect telecommunication and electro technique, which is managed respectively by ITU and IEC.
Please note that ISO is a registered trademark.
IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission
IEC is the international electrotechnical standardization organization. About 84 member states participate in the organizations work, which is to manage the electrotechnical standardization on an international level. The field of IEC varies from explosive atmospheres and smart cities to electronic household appliances. IEC also offers a global certification system for electric/electronic products and systems.
IEC National Committee (NC)-secretariat in Denmark is managed by Torben Dalsgaard and Maria Skou. Managed
Please note that IEC is a registered trademark.