Module B - Process

Module B - Process

Standards and Certification Training Module B Process B8. ASME International Standards Development Page ASME 2016 Module B Course Outline B1. ASME Organizational Structure B2. Standards Development: Staff and Volunteer Roles and Responsibilities B3. Conformity Assessment: Staff and Volunteer Roles and Responsibilities B4. Initiating and Terminating Standards Projects

B5. Consensus Process for Standards Development B5a. Project Management B6. The Basics of Parliamentary Procedure B7. The Appeals Process B8. International Standards Development B8a. US TAG to ISO Standards Development B9. ASME Conformity Assessment Programs B10. Performance Based Standards B11. Standards Inquiries, Interpretations and Cases Page 2 ASME 2016 ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development REVISIONS DATE 6/13/16

11/22/10 CHANGE Reformatted entirely and revised or added notes throughout. Deleted Pop Quizzes and revised presentation to reflect current ASME policy. Moved all items related to U.S. TAGs and ISO standards process to Module B8a. Changed Codes and Standards Board of Directors to Council on Standards and Certification throughout. Page 3 ASME 2016 ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development LEARNING OBJECTIVES At the end of this module you will know What makes a Standard International

The process by which ASME Standards are developed meet the WTO TBT principles for international standards development How to incorporate references to US standards in other international SDO and ISO documents Page 4 ASME 2016 ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development AGENDA I. ASME International Standards II. International Participation in ASME Standards Development Process III. Other Methods of Developing ASME International Standards

Page 5 ASME 2016 ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development I. ASME International Standards Page 6 ASME 2016 ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development WHAT MAKES A STANDARD INTERNATIONAL? Criteria

Page 7 ASME 2016 A development process characterized by openness, transparency, impartiality and consensus, effectiveness and relevance, coherence and development dimension (WTO principles) A record of success in meeting or a potential to meet global marketplace and public safety needs International participation in the standards development process ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development INTERNATIONAL STANDARDIZATION

ASME develops standards intended to meet needs of industries and governments on global basis. ASME standards developed under process that meets WTO principles for international standards development. To address global relevance, an ASME committee may take various approaches, including: Development of performance based and prescriptive standards as means of compliance with regulations or essential safety requirements; Normative or informative references to non-ASME international, regional, or national standards; and Encouragement of international participation in the standards development Page 8 ASME 2016

ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development ASME INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS Examples of ASME codes and standards in international use: Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (over 100 countries) B31 Piping Codes B16 Standards on Valves, Flanges, Fittings and Gaskets Bioprocessing Equipment Standard Page 9 ASME 2016 ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development

II. INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPATION IN ASME STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT PROCESS Page 10 ASME 2016 ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPATION in ASME STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT International participation enhances international acceptance and use. Membership is open to all qualified individuals Additional membership options:

Delegates International Working Groups (IWG) Interest Review Groups (IRG) Page 11 ASME 2016 ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development DELEGATES Delegate position on ASME Committees Represents recognized group of interested parties (e.g., individuals from a jurisdiction, professional society, trade organization, users group) Represented group reviews/comments on work of committee or submits proposals

Group works in own country, in native language. Delegate on standards committee has first consideration voting privilege on standards actions. Page 12 ASME 2016 ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development INTERNATIONAL WORKING GROUPS (IWGs) Accommodates participation by members in a common geographic location who would otherwise be unable to meet the attendance expectations of ASME standards committees.

IWGs operate as subordinate groups but, IWGs are populated by virtue of a common geographic location IWGs typically conduct all of their meetings outside of the U.S. and Canada. IWGs may choose to conduct their meetings in a language other than English. Page 13 ASME 2016 ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development BENEFITS OF IWGs IWGs provide additional subordinate technical resources to standards committees. Offers global stakeholders a forum to

discuss ASME standards issues and experiences. Active participation by IWGs will help to improve the usability and acceptance of the ASME standards around the world. Participation may strengthen IWG members individual and collective Page 14 ASME S&C Training Moduleof B8 ASME International Standards Development ASME standards ASMEunderstanding 2016

IWG MEMBERHIP All typical privileges and benefits of participation as a standards committee subordinate group. CS-Connect accounts and member access. Vote on IWG proposals and administrative matters. Opportunity to provide comments when the IWG is included in Review & Comment distributions. Page 15 ASME 2016 ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development INTEREST/INTERNATIONAL

REVIEW GROUPS Subordinate group under the standards committee All typical privileges and benefits of participation as a standards committee subordinate group. CS-Connect accounts and member access. Opportunity to provide comments on first consideration standards committee ballots when included in Review & Comment distributions. Page 16 ASME 2016 ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development III. Other Methods of Developing

ASME International Standards Page 17 ASME 2016 ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development ASME International Standards Normative References to ASME Standards Joint Development of ASME Standards U.S. National Adoption of ISO Standards Page 18 ASME 2016 ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development

NORMATIVE REFERENCES TO ASME DOCUMENTS Approach Incorporate normative reference to ASME Standard in other Standards Development Organization (SDO) Standards Example B31.3 Process Piping Code referenced in ISO 15649:2001, Petroleum and natural gas industries Piping Advantages Maintain control of technical content No need to exert the sometimes extensive effort in creating new standard Users can continue to use familiar requirements Page 19 ASME 2016

ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development JOINT DEVELOPMENT OF STANDARDS Rationale Make the ASME standard more internationally recognized Requirements Obtain approval from Consensus Committee Supervisory Board Council on Standards and Certification Framework Agreement is developed between organization and ASME on the approval process, maintenance, publication, and copyright

Draft is concurrently approved by the ASME and SDO committees under their respective procedures or jointly developed procedures Copyright and intellectual property is jointly owned by ASME and other SDO Page 20 ASME 2016 ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development JOINT DEVELOPMENT OF STANDARDS Examples: API 579-1/ASME FFS-1- Fitness-for Service ASME A17.1/CSA B44-13 - Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators ASME A112.4.2/CSA B45.16 - Personal Hygiene Devices for Water Closets ASME/ANS RA-S - Standard for Level 1/Large Early Release Frequency

Probabilistic Risk Assessment for Nuclear Power Plant Applications ISO/ASME 14414 - Pump system energy assessment Joint ACI-ASME Committee on Concrete Components for Nuclear Service Page 21 ASME 2016 ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development U.S. NATIONAL ADOPTION Definition- Adoption of ISO standard as American National standard Procedure

Process ISO standard in accordance with ANSI procedures for Identical adoption (and expedited approval), or Modified adoption ASME procedures require approval by appropriate Board and Council on Standards and Certification based on a business case provided by proponents for the action. Page 22 ASME 2016 ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development MODULE SUMMARY ASME standards meet the requirements for international standards by following

procedures that meet WTO requirements, offering a wide range of ways in which international members may participate and allowing use of normative references to other international standards. ASME committees membership is open to qualified individuals from all countries. In addition, ASME has created a few further options to encourage international membership on committees such as; delegate memberships, interest review groups, and Page 23 ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development ASMEinternational 2016 working groups.

MODULE SUMMARY The process by which ASME Standards are developed meet the WTO TBT principles for international standards development. Page 24 ASME 2016 ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development REFERENCES S&C Sector Operations Guide Codes and Standards Policy CSP-4, International Standardization Both can be found at: https ://cstools.asme.org/csconnect/CommitteePages.cfm?Committee=L01000000&Action=7609

BNCS Management and Operations Manual (MOM) https:// cstools.asme.org/csconnect/CommitteePages.cfm?Committee=O10000000&Action=2973 BPTCS Operations Guide https:// cstools.asme.org/csconnect/CommitteePages.cfm?Committee=N10000000&Action=3075 Page 25 ASME 2016 ASME S&C Training Module B8 ASME International Standards Development

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