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The acceptance criteria stipulate approval by two-thirds of the ISO members who have participated actively in the standard development process, and approval by 75 per cent of all members who vote. Every working day of the year, an average of 11 ISO meetings take place somewhere in the world. In between meetings, the experts continue the standards’ development work by correspondence. Increasingly, their contacts are made by electronic means and some ISO technical bodies have already gone over entirely to electronic working, which speeds up the development of standards and reduces travel costs.
2 How ISO standards are developed The need for a standard is usually expressed by an industry sector, which communicates this need to a national member body. The latter proposes the new work item to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) as a whole. Once the need for an International Standard has been recognized and formally agreed, the first phase involves defining the technical scope of the future standard. This phase is usually carried out in working groups comprising technical experts from countries interested in the subject matter.
Most other standards are equally applicable anywhere. For example, the strength required of a motorcycle helmet to ensure that it protects anyone wearing it is the same anywhere; therefore, a standard for motorcycle helmet safety can be applied directly in any country. Forests, however, vary enormously in their biology, climates, soils and their social and economic context, even within one country. As a result, forest certification schemes need to include mechanisms to ensure that the standard used is appropriate to the specific ecological, social and economic conditions where it is applied.