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  2. 2. Table of contents Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Accessibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Air and Space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Chemical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Consumer Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Defence and Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Electrotechnology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Energy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Food and Feed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Health and Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Healthcare . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 ICT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Machinery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Pressure Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Research and Innovation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Table of contents Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Smart Living . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Transport and Packaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Related Activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Members of CEN and CENELEC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
  3. 3. Introduction Every day millions of businesses are applying and using European Standards because they are valuable tools that can help to ensure the quality and safety of products and services, achieve compatibility between different products and components, access markets and sell to customers worldwide, satisfy customers’ expectations and requirements, reduce costs, eliminate waste and improve efficiency. Most European Standards are developed in response to specific needs that have been identified by business, industry and other potential users of standards. About 30% of European Standards reply to European Policy initiatives upon requests from the European Commission. These harmonized standards provide presumption of conformity with essential requirements that have been set out in European legislation. While businesses, organizations and consumers can enjoy a wide range of benefits by using European standards and applying them correctly, there are several reasons why many also choose to actively participate in the development of standards by getting involved in standardization. You can help to shape the content of new standards that will affect your industry and/or interests, while they are being prepared. In this Work Programme, we provide you with an overview of the standardization activities planned for 2014 in the different fields and sectors that CEN and CENELEC are dealing with. European standardization activities support the dissemination of knowledge about new technologies and innovations, and can help to bridge the gap between research, innovation and the market. In particular, CEN and CENELEC are identifying ways in which European Standards can contribute to a more efficient use of energy and other resources, reduce waste and minimize negative impacts on the environment. I hope that it provides you with insight into our activities planned for 2014. You can find further details and a comprehensive overview on our standardization work on the CEN-CENELEC (www.cencenelec.eu), CEN (www.cen.eu) and CENELEC (www.cenelec.eu) websites, where regular updates are provided. We are constantly looking for ways to reply to emerging needs and to evolve with the changing nature of business in different domains. The main route for businesses and other stakeholders to get involved in standardization is via our Members: the National Standardization Bodies and National Electrotechnical Committees in 33 countries. You will find a complete list of all CEN and CENELEC members at the end of this publication. I wish you interesting reading, and look forward to your active participation in standardization in 2014 and beyond. Elena SANTIAGO CID Director General of CEN and CENELEC CEN and CENELEC Work Programme 2014 Introduction The standardization activities of CEN and CENELEC cover products, processes and services across a wide range of traditional sectors like air and space, construction and civil engineering, chemicals, consumer products, household goods and electrical appliances, defence, security and privacy, electrotechnology including electrical engineering, automation and electronics, food and feed, healthcare, machinery, materials, nanotechnologies, pressure equipment, transport, etc. CEN and CENELEC also provide a platform for developing standardization activities in emerging fields such as ‘smart’ technologies, e-Health, e-Education encompassing ICT skills and e-Learning, Intelligent Transport Systems, etc. Our standards are also responding to major societal challenges and having a direct impact on the quality of life, such as in relation to accessibility and assisted living, during a time when ageing is one of the greatest social and economic challenges facing our societies. 1
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  5. 5. Accessibility Accessibility refers to the extent to which products, systems, services, environments, buildings or facilities can be accessed and used by as many people as possible, including people with disabilities and older people. CEN and CENELEC are committed to making sure that European Standards take accessibility into account, for example by addressing the principle of accessibility and applying a ‘Design for All’ approach during the development of standards. CEN and CENELEC cooperate with the international standardization organizations (ISO and IEC) to ensure that accessibility is addressed during the drafting of new standards and the revision of existing standards. They are actively contributing to the ongoing revision of ISO/IEC Guide 71 ‘Guidelines for addressing accessibility in standards’. The current version of this guide was published in 2001, and has also been adopted at European level (as CEN-CENELEC Guide 6). CEN and CENELEC will: • work with relevant stakeholders to ensure that the role of standardization is recognized and reflected in the framework of the ‘European Accessibility Act’; • liaise with the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing, in order to identify how standardization activities could contribute to meeting the needs of an ageing society and supporting the growth of the ‘silver economy’. While the concept of ‘accessibility’ has existed for several decades, it has become more of a priority for public policies in recent years. The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (2006) highlights the importance of ensuring equal access to the physical environment, transportation, information and communications, and other facilities and services, so that persons with disabilities can live independently and participate fully in all aspects of life. Accessibility The European Disability Strategy 2010-2020 states that legislative and other instruments, including standardization, should be used to ensure the accessibility of goods and services. The forthcoming European Accessibility Act (to be proposed in 2014) should support the continued expansion of the market for accessible goods and services, especially in relation to public procurement (i.e. the purchasing of goods and services by public authorities) throughout Europe. CEN and CENELEC Work Programme 2014 3
  6. 6. Design for All The concept of accessible, universal or barrier-free design (also known as ‘Design for All’) relates to the objective of ensuring that a product, building or service can be used by as many people as possible. This may involve designing products or services that are readily usable by most users (without any modification), making products that can be adapted to different users, including older people and people with disabilities, or having standardized interfaces that are compatible with products used by persons with disabilities (i.e. ‘assistive technologies’). The CEN-CENELEC Joint Working Group ‘Design for All’ (CEN-CLC JWG 5) is responsible for coordinating efforts to ensure that accessibility is addressed during the development of standards for products and services (in accordance with EC Mandate M/473). CEN and CENELEC will start work on developing a new European Standard setting out how to implement a ‘Design for All’ approach in the design, development, production and provision of goods and services. Accessibility in the built environment Accessibility CEN and CENELEC have set up a Joint Working Group ‘Accessibility in the Built Environment’ (JWG 6), which is responsible for implementing standardization activities in this area. These include activities regarding accessibility requirements for public procurement in the built environment, in the framework of a request from the European Commission (EC mandate M/420). 4 CEN and CENELEC will start work on the development of a European Standard setting out functional accessibility requirements in relation to the built environment, which could be used as technical specifications or as criteria for awarding public contracts.
  7. 7. e-Accessibility Accessible Tourism e-Accessibility is about ensuring that people with disabilities and older people can have access to products and services that are based on or related to information and communication technologies (ICT). European standardization work in this area is coordinated by the CEN-CENELEC-ETSI Joint Working Group on e-Accessibility, which has been in charge of responding to the EC Mandate M/376 ‘European accessibility requirements for Public Procurement of products and services in the ICT domain’ (issued in 2005). As older people and people with disabilities or special needs together represent a large (and growing) percentage of Europe’s population, companies (including SMEs) and other organizations are becoming increasingly interested in finding ways to serve this expanding market. Providers of tourism services have a particular interest in reaching the widest possible range of potential customers. The idea of ‘accessible tourism’ also corresponds with the goal of ensuring equal opportunities for all in relation to all kinds of leisure activities. CEN and CENELEC, in partnership with ETSI, will: • publish a new European Standard ‘Accessibility requirements suitable for public procurement of ICT products and services in Europe’ (EN 301 549) together with Technical Reports providing related information and guidance; CEN will engage in dialogue with relevant stakeholders regarding the possibility of developing a set of guidelines on the ‘Universal Design of Tourism Services’, which would take into account the diverse needs of people with disabilities and others with specific access requirements. • finalize the development of an online toolkit to support the public procurement of accessible ICT-related products and services, which could be used by public authorities and also by manufacturers and providers throughout Europe; • liaise with the European Commission and other stakeholders to identify how standardization could contribute to achieving the objectives of the proposed EU Directive on the accessibility of public sector bodies’ websites (COM(2012) 721). Accessibility CEN and CENELEC Work Programme 2014 5
  8. 8. Air and Space Air and space - aerospace and aeronautics, ment and product assurance, safety and ments relating to space systems and activi Chemistry – petroleum products, paints, va soil improvers, explosives for civil use, pyro In the Air and Space sector, CEN and CENELEC are developing and publishing standards in relation to Aerospace, Air traffic management, and the Space industry. Aerospace Standards and technical specifications for the aerospace industry are being developed by the AeroSpace and Defence Industries Association of Europe - Standardization (ASD-STAN), which cooperates closely with CEN. ASD-STAN is responsible for the technical content of standards defining products, materials, test methods and procedures for the construction, maintenance and use of aircraft and space vehicles including their propulsion units and equipment. It develops specifications for aerospace applications, mainly in the field of engineering materials and components, and submits them to CEN for adoption as European Standards. CEN will: • continue to cooperate with ASD-STAN in order to ensure the timely adoption of standards that are required by Europe’s Aerospace industry; • continue discussions with relevant stakeholders on the possibility of developing one or more standards in relation to ‘cabin air quality’ in passenger aircraft. Space The European Commission has asked CEN, Construction ETSI to develop European CENELEC and - structures, products, mat Standards space industry but also for theresistance, (mandate M/496 – fire issued in Septembergeotextiles, en 2011). Standardization work under this mandate buildings, etc. is being managed by a joint CEN-CENELEC Technical Committee ‘Space’ (CEN/CLC/TC 5), which is cooperating closely with the European Cooperation for Space Standardization (ECSS). The ECSS brings together the European Space Agency (ESA), several national space agencies and Eurospace (representing the European Space Industry). Consumer products - toys, gymnas playground equipment, textiles, furniture, etc. CEN and CENELEC will: Energy - gas and water supplies, power • publish a series of standards relating systems, fuels, energy management, smart to Space project management, dealing with aspects such as project planning and implementation, cost and schedule management, risk management, etc. (EC mandate M/496); Environment - water and air quality, wa • publish a series of standards on space biofuels, recovered fuels, etc.as engineering, dealing with aspects such testing, technical requirements, human factors engineering, etc. (EC mandate M/496); Air Traffic Management • – food analysis, with the Food coordinate their activities animal feeding st European Cooperation for Space In the area of Air Traffic Management (ATM), genetically modified and seek Standardization (ECSS) organisms, article CEN develops standards to ensure the to develop cooperation with other interoperability of the European Air food, etc. Air and Space Traffic Management Network (EATMN) in the context of the Single European Sky (SES). Standardization work in this area is managed by the CEN Technical Committee ‘Air Traffic Management’ (CEN/TC 377). 6 CEN will publish a European Standard on ‘Air Traffic Management - Information security for organizations supporting civil aviation operations’ (EN 16495). stakeholders, notably with regard to downstream applications of spacerelated technologies. Health and safety – occupational health and safety at the workfloor and pe equipment (protective clothing and devic eye, hearing, foot, arm protectors, etc.) Healthcare - medical devices, surgical informatics, healthcare services, dental ma Heating, ventilation and air conditioni
  9. 9. ments relating to spac Chemistry – petroleum soil improvers, explosi Chemical Bio-based products Bio-based products are products wholly or partly derived from biomass, which mostly consists of plants and materials derived from plants. One of the main reasons for the increasing level of interest in commercial applications of bio-based products is the fact that biomass is a renewable resource and therefore these products can contribute to a more efficient use of natural resources. In many cases, bio-based products can also offer unique properties with additional functionalities. Standards for bio-based products can help to increase market transparency by providing common reference methods in order to verify claims about these products (e.g. biodegradability, sustainability). The need for standards in this area has been highlighted by the European Commission in its recent Communications ‘Innovating for Sustainable Growth: A Bioeconomy for Europe’ (COM(2012) 60) and ‘A Stronger European Industry for Growth and Economic Recovery’ (COM(2012) 582). CEN is developing European Standards and other deliverables covering horizontal aspects of bio-based products as well as standards for specific bio-based product groups. Much of this work relates to standardization requests from the European Commission, namely the mandates M/430, M/491 and M/492. Horizontal standardization activities in this area are being coordinated by the CEN Technical Committee ‘Bio-based products’ (CEN/TC 411). CEN will: • continue to develop horizontal standards for bio-based products and publish a new European Standard (EN 16575) on terminology related to bio-based products (EC Mandate M/492); Consumer products playground equipmen etc. Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles The CEN Technical Committee ‘Pyro-technic articles’ (CEN/TC 212) is responsible for developing standards in relation to fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles. Much of this work is covered by requests (mandates) issued by the European Commission in connection with EU Directive 2007/23/EC. Energy - gas and wa systems, fuels, energy Environment - water biofuels, recovered fu CEN will start work on amending the European Standard EN 15947 (‘Pyrotechnic articles - Fireworks, categories 1, 2 and 3’). Fertilisers The CEN Technical Committee ‘Fertilizers and liming materials’ (CEN/TC 260) is in charge of completing standardization work requested by the European Commission with regard to methods for the analysis of fertilizers (EC mandates M/335, M/418 and M/454). Food – food analysis genetically modified food, etc. CEN will carry out work to develop standardized test methods for analysing the composition of fertilizers (EC mandate M/335). Health and safety – o and safety at the equipment (protectiv eye, hearing, foot, arm Healthcare - medica informatics, healthcar Chemical •publish aTechnicalReport (CEN/TR16721) giving an overview of available methods for determining the bio-based content of products and a Technical Specification (CEN/TS 16640) on how to measure the bio-based carbon content of products using the radiocarbon method; Construction - struct but also fire resistan buildings, etc. • make further progress on the development of standards for specific bio-based products such as surfactants (CEN/TC 276), solvents (CEN/TC 411), plastics (CEN/TC 249) and lubricants (CEN/TC 19), based on existing CEN Technical Reports and Specifications (EC mandates M/430 & M/491). Heating, ventilation appliances, oil and so CEN and CENELEC Work Programme 2014 pumps, cleanrooms, e 7
  10. 10. soil improvers, explosives for civil use, pyrotec Construction - structures, products, materia but also fire resistance, geotextiles, energ buildings, etc. Construction Consumer products - toys, gymnastics Construction is an important sector for CEN, and this is reflectedequipment, textiles, furniture, ch playground in the large number of ongoing standardization activities, with more than 80 technical bodies established at European level. etc. Eurocodes Construction products Energy - gas and water supplies, power en of systems, fuels, sector in CEN encompasses The construction energy management, smart gr Construction The Eurocodes are a comprehensive set standards that relate to the design of building and civil engineering works. They are widely used in the construction and civil engineering industry, and have also been implemented in neighbouring countries as well as in Africa and Asia. 8 more than 3000 work items on product standards and test methods (for use in building and civil engineering). Of these, about 600 standards started to be prepared under the Construction Products Directive water and are quality, waste Environment - (CPD - 1989) and air being (or will be) harmonized under the Construction biofuels, recovered fuels, etc. with Products Regulation (CPR - 2011), along The European Commission has asked CEN to about 1500 supporting standards (concerning revise existing Eurocodes and extend the scope for example test methods, calculation methods, of structural Eurocodes, incorporating new peretc.). formance requirements and design methods (mandate M/515). This work is being carried out Food – food analysis,received around CEN and CENELEC have animal feeding stuff by the responsible CEN Technical Committee 30 standardization requests (mandates) genetically Commission under the CPDfrom articles in modified organisms, (CEN/TC 250). the European and CPR. etc. mandates cover some 30 families These The next generation of Eurocodes will be more food, of products as well as reaction and resistance user-friendly, with fewer nationally deterto fire, and the development of test methods mined parameters. They will incorporate new for dangerous substances (M/366). CEN and methods and materials, and enable more Health and safety – occupational health and CENELEC are cooperating with the Commission efficient and sustainable design and construc- and safety at the workfloor and perso to ensure that all relevant European Standards tion. The revision process will take account related to construction products will be of relevant regulations, as well as feedback equipment (protective clothing and devices amended or revised to include up-to-date from users including small and medium-sized eye, hearing, foot, arm protectors, etc.) information and guidance regarding dangerous enterprises. substances. Healthcare - medical devices, surgical im CEN will: CEN will: informatics, healthcare services, dental mater • proceed with ongoing work to revise • continue the process of revising existing the existing Eurocodes for design, standards as well as developing new construction and civil engineering in ones in support of the EU Construction accordance with EC mandate M/515; Products Regulation (305/2011); Heating, ventilation and air conditioning • start work to prepare scientific and • set up a new Technical Committee on technical reports on new materials appliances,Information solid fuel appliances, ref Building oil and Modelling (BIM), such as structural glass, fibre reinforced which will coordinate the adoption of ISO pumps, cleanrooms, etc. polymers and membrane structures. standards as European Standards and develop a multi-lingual data framework ICT for the characteristics of construction - Information and Communications products. eBusiness, eHealth, eLearning, eGovernm Transport, eAccessibility, data protection etc.
  11. 11. Dangerous substances Sustainability The CEN Technical Committee ‘Construction Products - Assessment of release of dangerous substances’ (CEN/TC 351) is responsible for developing methods to assess the release of dangerous substances in the environment, in accordance with EC mandate M/366. Several Technical Specifications are being developed that, after validation, will be revised into European Standards. The CEN Technical Committee ‘Sustainability of Construction works’ (CEN/TC 350) is in charge of developing standardized methods for assessing the sustainability aspects of new and existing construction works, and standards for the environmental product declaration of construction products, in line with the European Standard ‘Sustainability of construction works - Environmental product declarations - Core rules for the product category of construction products’ (EN 15804:2012). CEN will finalize a series of Technical Specifications setting out methods for testing the release of dangerous substances into the environment (indoor air, groundwater and soil). Energy performance The European Commission has asked CEN to develop standards to promote the energy efficiency of buildings, including a methodology for calculating the energy performance of buildings, in line with the EU Directive on the energy performance of buildings (2010/31/EU). The CEN Project Committee ‘Energy Performance of Buildings’ (CEN/TC 371) is in charge of coordinating this work, in accordance with EC mandate M/480. CEN will proceed with the incorporation of sustainability aspects into European Standards for various types of construction products such as: thermal insulation products; round and sawn timber and precast concrete products. The standard relating to round and sawn timber (EN 16485) should be ready in April 2014. Specific standards are being developed by the CEN Technical Committees that deal with ‘Thermal performance of buildings and building components’ (CEN/TC 89), ‘Ventilation for buildings’ (CEN/TC 156), ‘Light and lighting’ (CEN/TC 169), ‘Heating systems in buildings’ (CEN/TC 228), and ‘Building automation, controls and building management’ (CEN/TC 247). Each new European Standard will be accompanied by a Technical Report with examples and background information. Construction CEN will produce draft standards in relation to ‘Thermal performance of buildings and building components’, ‘Ventilation for buildings’, ‘Light and lighting’, ‘Heating systems in buildings’, and ‘Building automation, controls and building management’ (EC mandate M/480). Public enquiries will be launched so that stakeholders can comment on the content of these draft standards. CEN and CENELEC Work Programme 2014 9
  12. 12. but also fire resistance, geote buildings, etc. Consumer Products Consumer products - toys, playground equipment, textiles, etc. Energy - gas and water supplie systems, fuels, energy The development of European Standards in relation to various types of consumer products is a major area managem of activity for CEN, which has more than 20 Technical Committees working in this field. Standardization work in relation to consumer products is being carried out in the framework of relevant EU legislation, in particular the General Product Safety Directive (2001/95/EC) and the Toy Safety Directive (2009/48/EC). Child safety CEN has a number of Technical Committees that deal specifically with the safety of children in relation to potential risks associated with certain consumer products such as: Toys (CEN/TC 52), Sports, Playground and other Recreational Equipment (CEN/TC 136), Child use and care articles (CEN/TC 252), High Chairs (CEN/TC 364), Child Protective Products (CEN/TC 398). Standardization activities in 2014 will focus especially on enhancing the safety of very young children during everyday activities such as sleeping, sitting and bathing. This will be achieved by developing requirements and test methods for furniture products used by carers in the domestic environment, such as suspended baby beds, mattresses for cots, children’s chairs and high chairs, as well as accessories like baby baths, sleeping bags, cot bumpers and duvets. CEN will: • continue with work to review and revise toy safety standards so that they comply with the requirements of the EU Toy Safety Directive (2009/48/EC); Environment - water and air q biofuels, recovered fuels, etc. • approve and publish new and revised standards in relation to trampolines, finger paints, olfactory and gustative board games, cosmetic kits for children, Food – food analysis, animal f and test methods for the detection and determinationgenetically toys; of chemicals in modified organism • publish a food, etc. set of three European Standards on safety measures and testing to be employed when constructing and installing Health and safety – occupation blinds and other window coverings operated by cords, in at the workfloor and safety order to address certain risks posed to children equipment (protective clothing (EC mandate M/505); eye, hearing, foot, arm protector devices, services, • proceed with the development of standards for bath rings, - bathing Healthcare medical aids, bath tubs and stands, in order to informatics, healthcare minimize risks related to drowning (EC mandate M/464); • produce draft standards for reducing risks in the sleeping environment related Heating, ventilation and air c to mattresses, cot bumpers, suspended beds, duvets appliances, bagsand solid fuel ap and sleeping oil (EC mandate M/497); pumps, cleanrooms, etc. • begin work to revise the European Standard (EN 13869) that sets out ICT Information safety requirements -and test methods for ensuring that lighters are eBusiness, eHealth, child-resistant (EC mandate M/427); Consumer Products and Com eLearning Transport, eAccessibility, data pr 10 • proceed with work on revising the European Standard for drawstrings or cords on children’s clothing (EN 14682), in accordance with EC mandate M/309; •produce and publish information materials explaining how European Standards for toys, child care articles and other products contribute to improving child safety.
  13. 13. b b C p e Cosmetics CEN will continue working on a series of European standards for microbiological analysis of cosmetic products (EC mandate M/426); CEN will continue discussions with relevant stakeholders regarding possible needs for additional standards in relation to sampling and analysis of cosmetics. Household goods, sports and leather CEN will continue work on further revising standards for stationary training equipment (in accordance with EC mandate M/506). It is expected that a number of European Standards in this area will also be adopted by ISO as International Standards; CEN intends to finalize a series of standards for bicycles and cycle accessories, working in parallel with ISO, in accordance with EC mandate M/508. Household electrical appliances Directive (2009/125/EC), as requested by the European Commission (mandate M/495). In this context, CENELEC is producing European Standards that provide manufacturers with approved methods for measuring the energy efficiency of their appliances. For more information on Ecodesign standards, see Chapter 10 (Energy). E b Meanwhile, the CENELEC Technical Committee ‘Safety of household and similar electrical appliances’ (CLC/TC 61) develops European Standards that support the implementation of relevant European legislation including the Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC) and the Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC). Some of these European Standards are either identical to or based on international standards published by IEC. F g f H a e e H i Other consumer products CEN will: • continue with ongoing work to develop European Standards in relation to emissions from combustible air fresheners (CEN/TC 421), and also in relation to the safety, performance and labelling of water filter jugs and similar products (CEN/TC 426). H a p CEN and CENELEC will: • proceed with the development of safety standards for alcohol-powered flueless fireplaces and laser products (in anticipation of expected EC mandates). I e T Consumer Products CENELEC, through its Technical Committee ‘Performance of household and similar electrical appliances’ (CLC/TC 59X), develops European Standards on methods for measuring characteristics (such as noise emissions) which are relevant for determining the performance of electrical appliances for household or commercial use. New activities are launched on a rolling basis within more than 20 Working Groups dealing with a wide range of products (including dishwashers, washing machines and tumble driers, electric ovens, water heaters, cooling and freezing appliances, microwave cookers, ventilation hoods, coffee makers, electric heaters, ovens, fans, etc.). E s This TC is also heavily involved in standardization activities related to the eco-design of energyrelated products in line with the Eco-design CEN and CENELEC Work Programme 2014 11
  14. 14. .cte ,srehsiugnitxe erfi elbatrop htlaeh( ytefas dna htla evitcetorp lanosrep ,daeh sa hcus ,secived ). htlaeh ,stnalpmi lacigr eganam Europe’scaf ,msiruot employsecivreS ytili defence industry – s around Cybersecurity .cte ,sla ga etatse400million,sjobsoindirectly. pargotameanic The security of information and communicationiretam la la000 people directly,ih Thissupports another er kr w c and it sector has n 1 ne( ,ytirimportant roleato c yinpenabling ,Europento c systems (or ‘cybersecurity’) ispublic area of uces ni h play l pus sert e increasing concern, both for an authorretain its position as a world leader in manufacht rof gnisandoinnovation.rThe lneedsto reinforcevres ities (from local governments to international ,seci the turing u h de et eh organizations) and for private companies (from competitiveness the defence civres yregrus cbyttheofEuropea ,srindustryrhasorihc micro-enterprises to sagmultinationals).H( gninoiti i ehtse 2020 Strategy for smart, otca p been large highlighted - )CAV sustainable and .cte secivres ytiruces The inclusive growth. CEN/CENELEC/ETSI taeh ,nCybersecurity fer ,secn oitaregir corp ecnefed - ecnefed dna ytiruceS ,nezitic eht fo ytiruces ,noitca enim Defence and Security te ,tnemeganam sisirc dna ycnegreme The CEN-CENELEC Stakeholder Forum for Defence Procurement Standardization (SFDPS), created in 2010, enables interaction between the military and civil standards communities in Europe. Its members include the European Commission (DG Enterprise and Industry), the European Defence Agency (EDA), the NATO Standardization Agency (NSA), the Organization for Joint Armament Co-operation (OCCAR), ASD-STAN (which provides standards for the European aerospace industry), a number of national defence standardization organizations and ETSI (the European Telecommunications Standards Institute). The SFDPS provides a platform for identifying national defence standards that can be considered for adoption as European Standards. a syawliar – gnigakcap dna tropsnarT ev cirtcele gnidulcni( tropsnart daor tropsnart ,tropsnart elbareporetni gnigakcap dna gnigakcap ,syawelbac Defence and Security In its latest Communication on the Defence and Security Sector (COM(2013) 542), adopted in July 2013, the European Commission has committed itself to promoting the development of dual-use or ‘Hybrid Standards’ for products which can have both military and civilian applications. It has also identified the need to establish a mechanism to draft specific European standards for military products and applications after agreement with Member States. 12 The CEN-CENELEC Stakeholder Forum for Defence Procurement Standardization (SFDPS) will develop proposals for mechanisms to produce European Standards for military products and applications, as well as for products with both military and civilian applications. CEN and CENELEC will continue to facilitate the adoption of new European Standards based on existing (national) defence standards, in line with needs and priorities identified by SFDPS. Coordination Group (CSCG) was set up in 2011. The CSCG gives strategic advice to the technical boards of CEN, CENELEC and ETSI on political and strategic matters related to cybersecurity standardization. The CSCG works in close cooperation with overseas partners (notably in the USA), with the EU institutions (including ENISA - the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security), and with the international standardization organizations (ISO and IEC). :seigolonhceT snoitaci tnegilletnI ,tnemnrevo .cte noit The CSCG seeks to identify gaps and define requirements for European and international standards for cybersecurity, in order to establish a European cybersecurity standardization roadmap. In this way, it will contribute to the successful implementation of the European Union’s Cybersecurity Strategy, which was adopted in February 2013 by the European Commission and the EU’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy. The CEN/CENELEC/ETSI Cybersecurity Coordination Group (CSCG) will finalize and present a set of recommendations for strengthening the security of Europe’s Digital Single Market. CEN and CENELEC will pursue discussions with the European Commission and other stakeholders regarding possible standardization needs in relation to ‘privacy by design’.
  15. 15. .cte ,srehsiugnitxe erfi elbatrop nairatinamuh ,tnemerucorp ecnefed - ecnefed dna ytiruceS ,noitcetorp retemirep ,nezitic eht fo ytiruces ,noitca enim .cte ,tnemeganam sisirc dna ycnegreme ,secivres latsop ,tnemeganam ytiliThe f Europeanruot – secivreS ca ,msi Standardization Organizations have carried out tcatnoc remotsuc ,stnega etatse laer(CEN, rCENELEChandaETSI) tastandardization a,sk ow ci p rgo study analysing the current menic landscape in specific ycnatlusnoc )gnireenigne( ,ytiruces niahc three managementertneccivil ylppus ,sectors: Border s and security; Crisis protection; Chemical, Biological, civres fo secivres ,ylredle eht rof gnisuoh deretlehs (CBRNE)Radiological, ,se materials. Nuclear and Explosive They have ts a ,sro carporih work noitaiva dna tropria ,secivres yregrus citehalsoedeveloped tstandardization c programmes for these three sectors, taking into account .cte secivcontext, tiruces the legislative res y societal needs and relevant technological developments, in accordance with EC mandate M/487. Meanwhile, the CENELEC Technical Committee ‘Alarm systems’ (CLC/TC 79) has enhanced cooperation with its international counterpart (IEC/TC 79) with the aim of ensuring compatibility and interoperability between different types of security systems such as intruder and hold-up alarm systems, access control systems, periphery protection systems, combined alarm and fire alarm systems, social alarm systems, and closed circuit television (CCTV) systems. ,snoitacilppa yawliar dna syawliar – gnigakcap dna tropsnarT dna ladomretni ,)selcihev cirtcele gnidulcni( tropsnart daor ,sdoog suoregnad fo tropsnart ,tropsnart elbareporetni .cte ,etsaw gnigakcap dna gnigakcap ,syawelbac CEN, through its Technical Committee ‘Societal and Citizen Security’ (CEN/TC 391), will: • pursue the development of standards in relation to crisis management and civil protection, as well as Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive (CBRNE) materials; Security of the Citizen CENELEC will: • publish a new European Standard and a new Technical Specification as parts of the EN 50131 series of standards on ‘Alarm systems - Intrusion and hold-up systems’; • start work to develop a new European Standard on External Perimeter Security Systems (starting with the elaboration of a draft standard prEN 50606). CEN and CENELEC Work Programme 2014 Defence and Security Our societies are increasingly being confronted with various kinds of security threats, including man-made threats such as terrorism and organized crime, natural disasters, pandemics and major technical accidents. The ability of the responsible public authorities and emergency services to respond to such threats depends on having common terminology and procedures, compatible equipment and communication systems. Standardization can contribute to overcoming fragmentation in this field by increasing interoperability and compatibility of systems and products. • organize a seminar to discuss the results from various relevant European research projects and identify possible needs for new standardization activities in relation to CBRNE. 13
  16. 16. Electrotechnology Electrical engineering Automation CENELEC develops European Standards and it also adopts international standards (developed and published by the International Electrotechnical Commission - IEC) as European Standards, addressing safety, performance and testing aspects. These standards support the implementation of the EU Directives relating to: electromagnetic compatibility (‘EMC’ 2004/108/EC); radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment (‘R&TTE’ 1999/5/EC) and low voltage electrical equipment (‘LVD’ 2006/95/EC). CENELEC also develops and adopts standards for medium and high voltage electrical equipment (on a voluntary basis). CENELEC works in close cooperation with ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) in the framework of the CENELECETSI Coordination Group on Wireless Communication for Industrial Automation. This group coordinates standardization work in relation to home and building electronic systems, building automation and control systems, industrial process measurement, control and automation. Standards in this area are important for numerous applications, for example to enable the realization of the so-called ‘Smart House’. Resource efficient ICT CENELEC develops and adopts standards to support the efficient and sustainable use of electrotechnical products and systems. The Technical Committee on ‘Electrotechnical aspects of telecommunication equipment’ (CLC/ TC 215) develops standards addressing issues of energy efficiency and sustainability in relation to information and communication technologies (ICT), notably in the framework of specific requests from the European Commission (mandates M/462 & M/495). This includes standardization work in relation to data centres, which are facilities used to house computer systems and associated components, such as telecommunications and storage systems. Electrotechnology For more information on EcoDesign standards, see Chapter 10 (Energy). 14 CENELEC will proceed with work to develop standards for data centre facilities and infrastructures, as well as key performance indicators for data centres. CENELEC participates in the Telecommunications Conformity Assessment and Market Surveillance Committee (TCAM), which provides advice to the European Commission on matters regarding conformity assessment and market surveillance in the framework of the EU Directive on radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment (‘R&TTE’ 1999/5/EC).
  17. 17. Electronics CENELEC will: CENELEC is working on standardization activities in relation to various issues related to electronic technologies, such as inductive charging for small telecommunication devices. • actively contribute to discussions with relevant stakeholders on the possibility of setting up a voluntary European cable classification system; CENELEC will: • develop standards relating to inductive charging for small telecommunication devices, and chargers compatible with a wide range of mobile telephones and smartphones; • proceed with work on standards to ensure electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) with regard to new radio spectrum allocations and the implementation of new services; • continue with work to address safety requirements in relation to information technology equipment and exposure to electromagnetic fields in line with the requirements of the ‘R&TTE’ Directive (1999/5/EC). Cables CENELEC collaborates with ETSI on a range of issues that relate to networks for ICT, implementing new technologies, equipment and services. Much of the relevant standardization work takes place in the CENELEC Technical Committees that deal with ‘Electric Cables’ (CLC/TC 20), ‘Communication cables’ (CLC/TC 46X), ‘Optical fibres and optical fibre cables’ (CLC/TC 86A), and ‘Electrotechnical aspects of telecommunication equipment’ (CLC/TC 215). Electromagnetic compatibility CENELEC develops standards that enable electromagnetic compatibility in line with relevant EU legislation (EMC Directive 2004/108/EC), mainly through its Technical Committee ‘Electromagnetic Compatibility’ (CLC/TC 210). This TC has started to develop and adopt standards in relation to ‘Power line communication apparatus used in lowvoltage installations - Radio disturbance characteristics - Limits and methods of measurement’(EN 50561 series). CENELEC is also undertaking standardization work that has been requested by the European Commission to support the implementation of harmonized technical rules on the allocation of radio frequencies in the 800 MHz band. This relates to the switchover from analogue to digital television broadcasting, which will make a significant section of the radio spectrum available for high-speed wireless internet services. CENELEC will: • continue working to develop and adopt standards in relation to ‘Power line communication apparatus used in lowvoltage installations’ (EN 50561 series); • initiate work to support the implementation of harmonized technical rules on allocating radio frequencies for high-speed wireless internet services. CEN and CENELEC Work Programme 2014 Electrotechnology Furthermore, the CENELEC Technical Committee ‘Cable networks for television signals, sound signals and interactive services’ (CLC/TC 209) is cooperating with ETSI on the development of standards to facilitate digital television distribution and interactive services. • contribute to a preparatory study on power cables in indoor electrical installations, in support of the EU Ecodesign Directive (2009/125/EC). 15
  18. 18. etc. Energy Energy - gas and water supplies, power enginee systems, fuels, energy management, smart grids, e Environment - water and air quality, waste ma CEN and CENELEC are working with the European Electricity biofuels, recovered fuels, etc. Commission and other stakeholders to develop and adopt European Standards to support the successful integration of the European electricity market and the implementation of the EU’s climate and energy package, including the so-called ‘20-20-20’ targets for greater energy efficiency, a higher share of energy from renewable sources, and a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2020. CENELEC is working on the development of standards to support the successful integration of the European electricity market. In particular, work is being carried out in response to a request from the European Commission (EC mandate M/511) regarding the alignment of the Low Voltage Directive, which is currently being updated. Food – food analysis, animal feeding stuffs, de genetically modified organisms, articles in co food, etc. CEN and CENELEC are working closely with the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) in the framework of a Memorandum of Understanding that was signed between the three organizations in September 2013. Health and safety – occupational health and saf and safety at the workfloor and personal CENELEC will analyse the ways in which equipment (protective clothing and devices, suc Network Codes (drafted by ENTSO-E) eye, hearing,interact arm protectors, etc.) foot, with relevant European standardization activities, and develop Healthcare proposals for ensuring the mutual - medical devices, surgical implan compatibility and complementarity of informatics, healthcare services, dental materials, e European Standards and Network Codes. Gas The area of gas supply covers all issues Heating, ventilation andsupplyingconditioning (HV air combustible related to systems for gas, including natural gas, liquefied petroappliances,leum gases (LPG) andfuel appliances, refriger oil and solid manufactured gases. Standardization in this plays an important pumps, cleanrooms, etc. fieldof liberalization and role in the present context globalization of markets, characterised by increasing competition and the need for greater efficiency. Energy ICT - Information and Communications Tec eBusiness, CEN produces standards ensuring theeGovernment, eHealth, eLearning, safe use and operation of appliances Transport, eAccessibility, databurning gaseous etc. protection fuels, such as domestic cooking appliances, gas 16 burners, catering appliances, etc., in support of the relevant European legislation (Directive 2009/142/EC). CEN also coordinates standardization activities in relation to LNG (liquefied natural gas), CNG (compressed natural gas) and hydrogen infrastructure, as requested in the framework of the EU’s Clean Fuel Strategy.
  19. 19. e E s CEN will proceed with work to elaborate a new standard specifying quality characteristics, parameters and limits for high-calorific gas (H-gas) by launching a public enquiry (EC mandate M/400). Renewables and new technologies Solar energy Generating electricity from solar energy, using photovoltaic panels, has become a huge global industry in recent years. In CENELEC, the Technical Committee ‘Solar photovoltaic energy systems’ (CLC/TC 82) develops European Standards that enable harmonization of technologies in relation to wafers, cells and terrestrial photovoltaic modules or to BOS (Balance-of-System) components, interfaces of photovoltaic systems and system integration. CENELEC (CLC/TC 82) works closely with the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC/TC 82) to enable the adoption of international standards as European Standards. A current project of CLC/TC 82 seeks to define tests on photovoltaic modules with the aim of reducing as much as possible fire hazards due to misconnections between these modules and electrical installations. CENELEC will: • develop and publish amendments to European Standards relating to construction requirements and junction boxes for photovoltaic modules (EN 61730 & EN 50548); • launch preparatory work leading to the development of standardized test methods for photovoltaic modules. Wind energy meet the needs of Europe’s wind energy industry. These standards are concerned with all subsystems of wind turbines, such as mechanical and internal electrical systems, foundations and support structures as well as control and protection systems. F g f In order to support the expansion of the global market for wind turbine technologies, CENELEC works in close collaboration with the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC/TC 88). CENELEC will: H a e e H i • finalize and publish a revised version of the European Standard ‘Wind turbinesProtective measures - Requirements for design, operation and maintenance’ (EN 50308), specifying requirements for protective measures relating to health and safety, etc; • proceed with the revision of European Standards relating to ‘Design requirements for small wind turbines’ (EN 61400-2) and ‘Communications for monitoring and control of wind power plants’ (EN 61400-25-2); H a p • finalize the development of a new European Standard on ‘Electrical simulation models for wind power generation’ (EN 61400-27-1). I e T Bio-fuels and bio-mass CEN supports the development of standards in relation to bio-fuels and bio-mass, which are increasingly playing an important role as sources of energy. The Technical Committee ‘Gaseous and liquid fuels, lubricants and related products of petroleum, synthetic and biological origin’ (CEN/TC 19) is responsible for standardization activities relating to various aspects of petroleum related products and fuels derived from mineral oil and also biomass. Meanwhile, the Project Committee CEN/TC 408 is responsible for developing standards in relation to natural gas and biomethane for use in transport, and biomethane for injection in natural gas pipelines (under EC mandate M/475). CEN and CENELEC Work Programme 2014 Energy Wind is another source of renewable energy that has seen a massive growth of interest in recent years. The CENELEC Technical Committee ‘Wind turbines’ (CLC/TC 88) is responsible for developing and adopting European Standards to E b 17
  20. 20. etc. Energy - gas and water supplies, power engineering, solar systems, fuels, energy management, smart grids, etc. M s e Environment - water and air quality, waste management, and also strengthen the European contribution CEN will: biofuels, recovered fuels, etc. N t m p P t p • continue working to develop standards for bio-fuels, including standards for pyrolysis oils (EC mandate M/525); to standardization activities at international level. Meanwhile, CENELEC also adopts standards that have been developed at international Food – food analysis, animal feeding the IEC, detection Technical level by stuffs, through its of • launch a public enquiry to invite Committees ‘Instrumentation andwith comments from modified a draft genetically stakeholders onorganisms, articles in contactand control of nuclear facilities’ (CLC/TC 45AX) ‘Radiation European Standard (prEN 16723) food, etc. protection instrumentation’ (CLC/TC 45B). relating to natural gas and biomethane for use in transport, and biomethane CEN will set up a new Workshop tasked for injection in the natural gas network (EC mandate M/475). Health and safety – occupational with the development of European codes for health and safety (health mechanical equipment and civil engineering personal stations. and safety at the workfloor and of nuclear powerprotective Fuel cells equipment (protective clothing and devices, such as head, Fuel cells are useful as power sources in Energy eye, locations, such as arm protectors, etc.) management remote hearing, foot,spacecraft, remote and energy efficiency weather stations, large parks, rural locations, Energy Healthcare - medical devices, Helping businesses and consumers to make surgical implants, health and in certain military applications. Other better and more rational use potential applications could include informatics, healthcare services, dental materials, etc. of energy can lead to important benefits in terms cogeneration of heat and power, and electric or of enabling cost savings and promoting hybrid vehicles. efficiency. Standardization can contribute to The CEN-CENELEC Joint Working Group better energy management by supporting the on Fuel Cells and Gas Appliances is of practices Heating, revision of European Standard spreadwithbest necessary and providing energy working on the ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) - gas users the tools to analyse and EN 50465 ‘Gas appliances - Fuel cell gas heating adapt their energy consumption patterns. appliances, oil and solid fuel appliances, refrigeration, heat appliances - fuel cell gas heating appliances of European standardization activities in this field nominal heatcleanrooms, etc. 70 kW’. pumps, input inferior or equal to are coordinated by the CEN-CENELEC Sector Forum Energy Management (SFEM). The SFEM Nuclear Energy has created a working group tasked with ICT - Information and Communications Technologies: analysing possible standardization needs in relation CEN and CENELEC are collaborating eBusiness, eHealth, eLearning, toeGovernment,in the transport sector. energy management Intelligent closely with the international standardization 18 organizations ISO and IEC to ensure theprotection CENELEC have set up a Joint CEN and etc. Transport, eAccessibility, data development and publication of standards Working Group on ‘Energy Audits’ (CEN/CLC/ that are needed to achieve and maintain high JWG 1), which is developing standards in levels of health and safety in Europe’s nuclear relation to ‘Energy Audits’ (the EN 16247 series energy industry. They are also cooperating with of European Standards). New standards are the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European currently being developed in relation to energy Commission, and are ready to collaborate with audits of buildings, processes and transport relevant research projects. (to be published as parts 2, 3 & 4 of EN 16247), and in relation to the qualification of energy A new CEN Technical Committee ‘Nuclear auditors. These standards have been requested energy, nuclear technologies, and radiological by the European Commission (mandate M/479) protection’ (CEN/TC 430), was established in order to support the implementation of in September 2013. This new body will facilitate the Energy Efficiency Directive (2012/27/EU). the adoption of relevant ISO standards (developed by ISO/TC 85) as European Standards, S m e S c c s c s T r in c
  21. 21. e E s CEN and CENELEC will: • finalize new European Standards setting out how to conduct energy audits of buildings, processes and transport (to be published as parts 2, 3 & 4 of EN 16247); • explore and analyse new standardization needs in relation to energy management, focusing in particular on possible needs in relation to renewable energy sources; • produce a roadmap setting out standardization priorities in relation to energy management and energy efficiency in the transport sector. Ecodesign Ecodesign is an approach whereby manufacturers seek to minimize the amount of energy used during the lifecycle of a product. The EU Eco-design Directive (2009/125/EC) establishes a framework for the setting of ecodesign requirements for energy-related products. In July 2011, the European Commission asked the European Standardization Organizations (CEN, CENELEC and ETSI) to develop European Standards to support the implementation of the Ecodesign Directive. E b It is anticipated that the European Commission will ask CEN and CENELEC to produce horizontal Harmonized Standards regarding the recyclability, recoverability and reusability of some energy-related products (also known as the 3 ‘R’s). This will constitute the next big challenge for European standardization in the field of eco-design and energy efficiency. F g f CEN and CENELEC will: • continue developing European Standards to enable the ecodesign of energy-related products including: power transformers, storage cabinets and blast cabinets, condensing units and process chillers, electrical lamps, space heaters and combination heaters, water heaters, hot water storage tanks and related products (EC mandate M/495); H a e e H i • participate in preparatory studies related to products for which no EU Regulation is currently being drafted such as: commercial refrigeration, wastewater pumps, pool and aquarium pumps, electric motors, compressors, windows, power-generating equipment, smart appliances, steam boilers, power cables, shower heads and taps. H a p The request from the Commission (EC mandate M/495) is a horizontal mandate covering more than 25 different types of products that use energy or have an impact on the use of energy. Types of products covered by this mandate include: air conditioning and ventilation systems, boilers, coffee machines, refrigeration units, ovens, hobs and grills, lamps and luminaries, tumble dryers, heating products, computers and monitors, washing machines, dryers and dishwashers, sound and imaging equipment, water heaters, etc. I e T Energy Within CEN and CENELEC, more than 40 Technical Committees are involved in developing European Standards that will support the implementation of specific EU Regulations to be issued in the framework of the Ecodesign Directive. The overall coordination of this work is the responsibility of the CEN-CENELEC Ecodesign Coordination Group (Eco-CG). CEN and CENELEC Work Programme 2014 19