Standardization committees

SESKO coordinates participation in international and European standardization. Each IEC or CENELEC technical committee or subcommittee  (also project group) that is considered nationally interesting has a corresponding Finnish group of experts, which follows the international and/or European standardization work and participates in it. These groups are called follow-up groups, and they can be joined by registering with the SESKO office.

SESKO’s national standardization committees

SESKO’s national committees have been listed below. The numeric symbol of national committee and follow-up groups is the same as European and international committees.

SK 1 Terminology

SK 2 Rotating Machinery

SK 3 Information Structures,Documentation and Graphical Symbols

SK 8 Systems aspects for electrical energy supply

SK 11 Overhead Lines

SK 13 Equipment for Electrical Energy Measurement and Load Control

SK 17 High-Voltage Switchgear and Controlgear

SK 20 Electrical Cables

SK 22 Power electronic systems and equipment

SK 23 Plugs, socket-outlets, switches and connecting devices

SK 23A Cable management systems

SK 31 Electrical Apparatus for Explosive Atmospheres

SK 32B Low-Voltage Fuses

SK 34 Luminaires and Associated Equipment

SK 44 Safety of Machinery: Electrical Aspects

SK 45 Nuclear Automation

SK 46 Communication Cables

SK 61 Safety of Household and Similar Electrical Appliances

SK 61Z Sauna heaters

SK 62 Electrical Equipment in Medical Practice

SK 64 Electrical Installations and Protection Against Electric Shock

SK 65 Industrial-process measure­ment, control and automation

SK 69 Electrical road vehicles and industral trucks

SK 77 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)

SK 78 Equipment and Tools for Live Working

SK 79 Alarm Systems

SK 86 Fibre Optics 

SK 91 Electronics Assembly Technology

SK 99 Power Installations Exceeding 1 kV a.c. (1,5 V d.c.)

SK 101 Electrostatics (ESD)

SK 104 Environmental Conditions Classification and Methods of Test

SK 106 Electromagnetic Fields in the Human Environment

SK 108 Safety of Electronic Equipment within the Field of Audio/Video, Information Technology and Communication Technology

SK 111 Environment

SK 121A   Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear

SK 121B Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear assemblies

SK CEN 169 Lightning Technology

SK 205 Home and Building Systems (HBES)

SK 209 Cable networks for television signals, sound signals and interactive services

SK 215 Information technology cabling systems and infrastructures

SK CISPR  Special Committee on Radio Interference

SK JTC 1 SC 41 IoT

SK VD Advisory Board for Conformity assessment and directives

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