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05.08.2016 11:38

IEC code of conduct for delegates and experts

IEC code of conduct for delegates and experts provides brief guidelines on a number of issues which delegates and experts may be confronted with as participants in the IEC Standards process. It provides information additional to that given in the ISO/IEC Directives (all parts) and reference should be made to these for details.

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At the beginning of each Technical Committee (TC)/ Subcommittee (SC) meeting, the chair should draw the attention of delegates to this document as follows: “Delegates are reminded that general guidance on the conduct of delegates and experts taking part in IEC meetings and contributing to IEC work is given in the document ‘IEC code of conduct for delegates and experts’, available on the IEC website”.

IEC_Code_of_Conduct (pdf) (309.9 KB)


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