Guides for standards developers
There are a number of free guidance documents published by the international and European standards bodies to help standards developers take account of particular topics in their work. Many of these can also be helpful to others, such as manufacturers, designers, service providers and educators. A few are described below:
Accessibility: The new ISO/IEC Guide 71:2014 Guide for addressing accessibility in standards is relevant for anything used by people - products, services and built environments. It gives accessibility terms and guidance on ensuring accessibility in the standards development process, along with descriptions of human abilities and characteristics and related design considerations.
> Download ISO/IEC Guide 71:2014 Guide to addresssing accessibility in standards (PDF)
The full range of free Guides available on topics as diverse as sustainability and child safety can be downloaded from the ISO and IEC websites.
Guidance for Government representatives on BSI committees:
> Read Guidance for Government representatives on BSI committees (PDF, 287kb)
Guidance on working with a content developer
> Drafting a British Standard – Working with your content developer (PDF 673kb)