Type d'organisme à activité normative:Institution du gouvernement central
Statut de Membre de l'OMC:WTO Members
Année d'acceptation du Code OTC de l'OMC:1999
The Standards Council of Canada (SCC) accredits Standards Development Organizations (SDOs) to develop standards. The scope of SCC accreditation includes the process of standards development by SDOs. SCC’s SDO accreditation is intended to develop standards that will advance the Canadian economy, support sustainable development, benefit the health, safety and welfare of workers and the public, assist, and protect consumers, facilitate domestic and international trade and further international cooperation in relation to standardization. SCC-Accredited SDOs develop and maintain National Standard of Canada (NSC), which include adoptions of international/regional standards, to meet the needs of Canadian stakeholders. SCC-Accredited SDOs in good standing are listed below: www.scc.ca/en/accreditation/standards/directory-of-accredited-standards-development-organizations
Programme de travail
Work programs and information on accredited SDOs, is available on the SCC website.
SCC complies with the Code of Good Practice for the Preparation, Adoption and Application of Standards (World Trade Organization (WTO) Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) Annex 3).
Those unable to access the information electronically, and those having specific questions about the SDOs may request information from the contact address below.
Fréquence de mise à jour/Période visée