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What is a Standard?
A standard is a document that provides technical specifications, guidelines or characteristics on:
- how materials and products should be manufactured, measured, tested or defined;
- how methods, processes and services should be managed or implemented
(adapted and consolidated from definitions by ISO, Enterprise Singapore and British Standards Institution)
Standards are generally identified by standard reference numbers, which have 2 components: prefix and number.
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