The objective of this CEN Workshop is to produce a Guidance Document that aids in the understanding and implementation of CWA 15793:2008.
WS 63 - Structural Condition Determination for Integrated Lifetime Assessment of Plants, Structures and Components
The objective of this CEN Workshop is to produce a CWA that will elaborate a standard framework for the results of the IRIS Project.
WS 64 - Design and Construction Code for mechanical equipments of innovative nuclear installations
The objective of this CEN Workshop is to produce a CWA that will be, on the RCCMRx basis, the European code for the design and fabrication of mechanical equipments for ESNII innovative nuclear installations.
WS 65 - European Guide Dogs Mobility Instructor Training
The objective of this CEN Workshop is to a produced CWA that will establish the standards for Instructor training for all providers of guide and assistance dogs organizations in Europe.
WS 66 - Clean harbour - Best practices
The objective of this CEN Workshop is to produce a set of basic Guidelines that may be used by European yacht harbours and public authorities to plan, design, manage and monitor environmental development policies.
WS69 - Car-Adaptations for Drivers and Passengers of Motor Vehicles (CAPI)
The objective of the Workshop is to agree on an accepted framework to assess manufacturing, installation and performance of car-adaptations for drivers and passengers with physical and/or cognitive limitations.
WS 70 - Healthy food for people at risk of poverty - CHANCE
WS 71- Validation of computational solid mechanics models using strain fields from calibrated measurement (VANESSA)
WS 72 - Sustainable Value Creation in manufacturing networks - SustainValue
WS 73 - Eco-efficient Substations
WS 74 – Glossary of Terms for Holistic Management of Brownfield Regeneration (GoT-HOMBRE)
The aim of the proposed CEN Workshop is the elaboration of a voluntary agreement on a shared glossary of terms for dealing with brownfield regeneration based on the concept of circular land use management
WS 75 - Terminology Policy to support generic applications of Management Systems with focus on small Organisations and in a Multilingual Environment (PROMISLingua)
This CEN Workshop dealt with the development of an international consensus on the overall approach to the health-based toxicological assessment and approval of membrane water treatment systems for the preparation of public (municipal) drinking water supplies.
This CEN Workshop dealt with the definition of the support services provided to the small enterprise by clarifying the consulting services, a determining factor for its durability and finally for the valorization of its potentialities.
CWA 14243:2002 is superseded by TS 14243:2010
WS 4 - European Call Centre Standards for Training and Qualification
This CEN Workshop dealt with the support in the elaboration of training and qualification specifications for call centre agents, supervisors and managers.
This CEN Workshop dealt with the development of specifications on electrical interface from micro-cogeneration systems for domestic use in order to reach the market in a safe and effective way.
This CEN Workshop was led by INTERGRAF (the International Confederation for Printing and Allied Industries). It dealt with the preparation of a common set of certification criteria for secure printing and for defining different levels of certification according to the different products/customer market segment.
The objective of this CEN Workshop dealt with the development of widely accepted specifications for the testing and evaluation of metal detectors used in the context of humanitarian mine clearance, in order to have operations and equipment that are safe, reliable, fit for purpose and at low cost.
The Workshop has been reactivated to carry on standardization on the characterization of soil. (See operating Workshops).
This CEN Workshop had been reactivated in order to reach an agreement on the design of soil characterization and on methodologies to classify soils for both metal detector and GPR.
This CEN Workshop dealt with the facilitation and preparation of the ground for full-chain traceability of fish products by developing a CEN Workshop Agreement on:
What traceability data should be recorded and made available for capture fish products from fisherman to consumer
What traceability data should be recorded and made available for farmed fish and fish products from broodstock to consumer
How this traceability information should be coded and transmitted electronically.
This CEN Workshop was led by FIEC (European Construction industry federation). It dealt with the qualification and approval of pre-stressing contractors and system suppliers in order to complete an ETAG (European Technical Approval Guideline) which has already addressed the specifications of the product itself.
The objective of the first CEN Workshop Phases 1 and 2 in the field of European Defence Procurement was to prepare a 'European Standards Handbook' which should contain reference to standard and standard-like specifications commonly used to support Defence Procurement Contracts.
The second part of the European Handbook has now been completed. The document was reissued as CWA 15517:2009.
WS 10 - Phase 3 - Standardization for Defence Procurement - European Handbook
The objective of this CEN Workshop is to expand the 'European Standards Handbook', which contains reference to standard and standard-like specifications, commonly used to support Defence Procurement Contracts.
This CEN Workshop dealt with the transfer of three codes of practices which will simplify the evaluation of uncertainty for mechanical tests on metallic materials.
The objective of this CEN Workshop was to develop widely accepted specifications for the testing and evaluation of mechanical equipment used in the context of humanitarian mine clearance, in order to have operations and equipment that are safe, reliable, fit for purpose and at low cost.
The objective of this CEN Workshop was to develop widely accepted specifications for the training of the personnel involved in humanitarian mine clearance, in order to render the operations safe and reliable.
The objective of this CEN Workshop was to issue internationally accepted calculation rules for determining the plant-specific production of CHP (Combined Heat and Power) electricity. These rules shall be applicable to all CHP technologies and be fuel neutral.
The aim of the Workshop was to help removing both technical and practical barriers to the increased used of a 85% bio-ethanol blend and to reduce the technical and non-technical risks when using a 85% bio-ethanol blend.
The aim of this Workshop was to provide guidance to writers of standards relating to collective transport systems on how to take into account the needs of potential passengers with functional limitations, especially older persons and persons with disabilities.
The purpose of this document was to provide a Code of Practice on the material, design, construction and performance of Commercial Food Service Equipment used in the retail and catering sectors, to achieve cleanability and to maintain the safety of the food involved.
The aim of this workshop was to produce a CWA specifying the requirements and test methods for the chemical and physical properties of water in Emulsion Fuels for use in internal combustion engines.
The aim of this workshop to produce an operational specification of a method for measuring the separation performance of centrifugal separators as regard solid particles in heavy fuel oil.
This Workshop was established in order to find a consensus solution to the problem of materials analysis of components of engineering equipment, as required for testing of equipment at several moments during their operational life (integrity assessment and residual life evaluations).
This Workshop is preparing, starting from the FITNET views and also supported by parallel FITNET efforts, a CEN Workshop Agreement relating to the use of a harmonized FFS procedure for integrity and residual life analysis of industrial components.
The main objective of this Workshop was to draft a common set of certification criteria for Suppliers of Security Printers.
The main objective of this Workshop was to set up procedures for the risk based inspection and maintenance for European Industry.
The objective of this CEN Workshop is to establish a set of specifications to increase safety in the Lifting and load-bearing equipment for stages and production areas within the entertainment industry.
The objective of this CEN Workshop was to establish tests and evaluation specifications for Personal Protective equipment in Humanitarian Mine Action.
The objective of this CEN Workshop was to contribute to energy efficiency improvements by creating consensus on definitions, calculation methods and parameters, thereby reducing barriers to an European wide effort to increase energy efficiency.
The objective of this CEN Workshop is to develop widely accepted and applied guidelines for follow up procedures for improved efficiency in mechanical demining so increasing confidence that the machine use is safe, reliable and fit for purpose.
In conjunction with CEN Workshop 28, CEN Workshop 29 will examine:
Systems for internal and external Quality Assurance(QA) / Quality Control(QC)
Systems for management of area coverage and depth control
Systems for recording and reporting mechanical performance, and Mitigation strategies to address non-conformity performance of mechanical applications
The objective of this CEN Workshop is to define criteria which will allow to improve the quality of purchasing, taking the following processes into consideration:
The objective of this CEN Workshop was to develop and promote the adoption of recognized standards for management of biological risks.
The objective of this CEN Workshop was the establishment for ETV of a generic system that gives systematic and documented proof of a technology as being sound in terms of its claims of operation and the environment.
The aims of this CEN Workshop were to standardize measurement of dynamic compactness and dynamic bearing capacity in small plates, to be applied uniformly for materials compacting along the compaction curve and ensuring by this that test results and experiences can be evaluated and processed under uniform circumstances.
The aim of this CEN Workshop was to improve the basis for communication and understanding of MBR technology, increase the comparability and transparency of products and the end-user's confidence in them, and decrease the MBR filtration module investment costs.
The aim of this CEN Workshop is to standardize an approach to measure and evaluate the innovation capability of small and medium sized enterprises.
WS 36 - Evaluation of thin multilayer reflective insulation products by in situ testing
The overall objective of the Workshop was to reach consensus on an in situ test protocol that fully assesses the thermal reflective characteristics of thin multi-layer reflective insulating products.
It has not been possible to come to a consensus on the resulting document. The Bureau Technique of CEN recommended that the activities of the workshop be transferred to the CEN/TC 89 WG13 and that the results of CENWS 36 serve as a basis for the work of the new Working Group.
The main objective of this Workshop was to develop, test and further optimize schemes for Mobility Management for smaller and medium sized cities.
The main objective of this workshop is to develop a specification for XTL fuel as a CEN Workshop Agreement.
The main objective of this workshop was to establish a Business Framework for Supply Chain related services for next generation BPM (Business Process Model), the IRM.
The main objective of the CEN Workshop is to develop and promote the adoption of a European agreement on the management of quality and environment in agricultural activities.
Due to a lack of resources, this Workshop has been closed.
The objective of this CEN Workshop is to define, at European level, the competences that a person should have in order to assist a SME to implement an integrated management system, by giving information and advices on quality, environment, health and safety.
The objective of this CEN Workshop was to establish a generic system that gives systematic and documented evidence of a technology as being sound in terms of its claims of operation and the environment.
The objective of this CEN Workshop was to allow CBRN PPE issues to be discussed and debated in a dedicated environment, with a view to reaching consensus on a CEN Workshop Agreement, in order to facilitate the manufacture of PPE that protects adequately against CBRN hazards.
The objective of this CEN Workshop was to ensure protection of the European citizens in case of an emergency by improving cooperation and interoperability between different emergency services in (different) countries.
The objective of this CEN Workshop was to develop, agree by consensus, and then publish a European-wide CWA on 'the specification and guidance for impact rated vehicle security barriers'.
The objective of this CEN/CENELEC Workshop was to elaborate a CWA that would describe the measurement procedure for the quality indicators described in the CFL Quality Charter.
This Workshop was cancelled: the project will be carried out in an IEC Technical Committee.
The objective of this CEN Workshop was to achieve an agreement on what constitutes clear terminology at point of sale for diamonds, synthetics and simulants.
The objective of this CEN Workshop was to support the dissemination of the results of the STEPPIN project. However, it was further decided that the results of the project STEPPIN will serve as a guideline to the new STAIR strategic group on Innovation and Research, and the CEN Workshop was cancelled
The objective of this CEN Workshop was to specify in a CWA the information to be recorded in distribution chains in order to establish the traceability of bivalve and bivalve products.
This Workshop was cancelled due to lack of support.
WS 50 - Business Aircraft Operation (IS-BAO)
The objective of this CEN Workshop was to achieve the endorsement of the IS-BAO, a set of private international standards for Business Aircraft Operations, as an approved CEN Workshop Agreement (CWA).
The objective of this CEN Workshop is to achieve consensus in defining a European Quality Framework and core criteria for quality assurance for Social Services of General Interest.
WS 52 - Bio-polymers
The objective of this CEN Workshop was to develop a CWA that will give the bio-polymer sector the tool to better evaluate and characterize the bio-polymers put on the market.
This Workshop was cancelled. The Bureau Technique of CEN decided that the work will be developed in CEN/TC 249 'Plastics' to be published as a Technical Specification (Resolution BT 3/2009).
The objective of the Workshop was to clearly define the tasks, the knowledge and experience required to adequately fulfill the BSP function.
The objective of this CEN Workshop was to produce a CWA that will describe the specifications of meat raw material obtained by mechanical boning and in particular microbiological criteria and muscle fibre structure and the test method to quantify the modification of the muscle fibre structure.
WS 56 - Vegetable liquid fuel from virgin (non-) food oils for use in heavy duty diesel engines - VegOil
The objective of this CEN workshop is to produce a specification for liquid fuel from virgin oils (mainly of vegetable origin) that are optimized in terms of base product and pressing process.
WS 57 - Quality brand for the sustainable development of historical and cultural cities in Europe - Qualicities
The objective of this CEN Workshop is to deliver a CWA on a set of guidelines for the sustainable development of historical and cultural cities in Europe, based on the qualicities reference system.
WS 58 - Responsible online gambling measures
The objective of this CEN Workshop was to deliver a CWA that will create a policy tool that can be used by policy makers to address the challenges of developing a safe and secure online gambling environment.
WS 59 - Best Practice Approach for electromagnetic induction measurements of the near surface
The objective of this CEN Workshop was to deliver a standardized approach for electromagnetic induction measurement to ensure that results could be evaluated and processed under uniform circumstances and could be comparable.
WS 60 - Rental Conditions for B to C in relation to equipments, tools and accessories for construction, gardening and DIY
The objective of this CEN Workshop is to deliver a CWA describing the standard terms and conditions for rental equipment supplied without an operator, so that this document can be used, by associations as well as by rental companies, as a reference point for developing their own standard terms and conditions for the rental of equipment to consumer customers within their own and in other European countries.
The objective of this CEN Workshop was to develop a 'stand-alone' specification for automotive paraffinic diesel fuel from synthesis or hydrotreatment for use in automotive diesel engines, allowing for Bx (0-7%) variant of synthetic paraffinic fuels.
It has been decided that the work will be developped in CEN/TC19 WG 24 'specification for automotive diesel'. This workshop is cancelled.
The objective of this CEN Workshop was to produce a code of practice for the labeling of superfine wool fabric.
WS 67 - General Framework and Guidelines for Early Recognition, Monitoring and Integrated Management of Emerging New Technology Related Risks (iNTeg-Risk)
The role of this CEN workshop is to summarize and exploit the results of iNTeg-Risk project with respect to the Emerging Risks Management Framework and the ERRAs (Emerging Risk Representative industrial Application) grouped around the emerging risks related topics.
WS68 - Quality criteria health checks
The Workshop will aim to achieve consensus on quality criteria for health checks with a view to encouraging sensible screening practices, protecting individuals against the risks of unsound screening, and allowing clients to make responsible choices.