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1 The NSAI International and European Enquiry Standards review and comment online service NSAI IT Workshop

2 IT Whorkshop Action on Mr. Fergal FINN, Standards Officer, Oil & Gas Sector Concept design of an online utility to facilitate the general public to review and comment on draft standards that will ultimately become Irish Standards The top level functions of the utility will fulfil the following objectives: 1.Notification of a draft standard at enquiry 2.Availability to review the draft standard 3.Ability to comment and submit comments to NSAI

3 1. Notification of a draft standard at enquiry To identify the people, industries, organisations the following procedures are put in place. Currently each standards officer must identify a distribution list to notify the public that a draft standard is ready for review. Guidance is given in procedure P-ST-05 Figure 1

4 The NSAI.ie site will be divided into 2 sections. 1.The section for the general user as it is now 2.The registered user site. The significant number of sites have a registered user section where after registering your details you receive access to a larger amount of information. The same on NSAI.ie The user shall be responsible for the information registered Regular requests for information confirmation shall ‘pop-up’ while the user is logged-in to ensure that the data is kept up-to-date. The emphasis is on the user to keep the data current. While logged-in the registered area the user now has access to more features within the standards. Our focus is on the standards at enquiry.

5 The advantage of having the user log-in to your system: 1. Their activity habits may be measured. - Number of log-in’s - Frequency of log-in’s - sectors of industry visited - sections of the registered website browsed - age, sex, work grade (professional/skilled). Behavioural patterns may be put together to better understand the demographic of person/client entering NSAI.ie. This information may be used to work on growing NSAI with focus on the client needs. 2. The user may be alerted to new features and services available from NSAI and ‘partner’ organisations: - SEAI: new products/new grants - Dept of Environ:New Building Regulations - NSAI training schemes - NSAI certification schemes These may be linked by industry sector. So when a user logs into the ‘Medical’ sector information on NSAI Medical Devices Certification is highlighted foe example.

6 Welcome the registered user domain Mr. Fergal Finn

7 The NSAI.ie Registered user Database 1)The initial database will require manual population The input of data may include the following: a)Existing committee members from Standards Offices Outlook contacts b)The NSAI contacts database c) The list suggest distribution (figure 1) d)List of county councils e)Organizations f)Associations 2)Registered users As users register onto NSAI.ie they are automatically stored within the database. The data within the database over time will become the responsibility of the client Users will be requested to review and update their profile regularly when they log on.

8 NSAI registration Name:Fergal Finn Company:NSAI Telephone:+353 1 8073852 Contact email:fergal.finn@nsai.ie Area of interest:

9 2. Availability to review the draft standard Using CEN as an example and noting that each of the standards organisations conducts their enquiry processes in different ways the following should be considered when examining how to make draft standards at enquiry available to the public. The automated CEN-robot system needs to be manipulated automatically with minimal input from administrative personnel. When a standard is released by CEN for Enquiry, UAP or Formal Vote a notification email is sent to the members of the TC as registered on Global Director, the interested parties in other words. The NSAI enquiry publisher shall adopt this information revecieved and firstly format it for presentation.

10 1 Data sent by CEN-Robot

11 CEN-robot sends the information via an automated email A url link is attached to bring the recipient directly to the information. Follow prEN 298 as example

12 1 Data sent by CEN-Robot email 2 Data received by NSAI and ENQUIRY.exe

13 1 Data sent by CEN-Robot email 2 Data received by NSAI and ENQUIRY.exe This could be received in email format to NSAI-enquiry-robot@nsai.ie

14 1 Data sent by CEN-Robot email 2 Data received by NSAI and ENQUIRY.exe 3 Informatio format by ENQUIRY.exe

15 1 Data sent by CEN-Robot email 2 Data received by NSAI and ENQUIRY.exe 3 Informatio format by ENQUIRY.exe It may be possible to harmonise Enquiry.exe with CEN-Robot to make life easier however it must be considered that CENELEC, ISO, ETSI, IEC etc may operate different systems This may limit the UPGRADEABILITY of Enquiry.exe as Livelink is continuously upgraded by both CEN and ISO separately and independantly.

16 1 Data sent by CEN-Robot email 2 Data received by NSAI and ENQUIRY.exe 3 Information format by ENQUIRY.exe 4 Identify and segregate the following: a) Download file b) CEN enquiry closure date c) CEN/TC number d) Standard Title e) Industry sector (ISBN)

17 1 Data sent by CEN-Robot email 2 Data received by NSAI and ENQUIRY.exe 3 Information format by ENQUIRY.exe 4 Identify and segregate the following: a) Download file b) CEN enquiry closure date c) CEN/TC number d) Standard Title e) Industry sector (ISBN) 4a From the zip file remove the 41_e_sft.pdf

18 1 Data sent by CEN-Robot email 2 Data received by NSAI and ENQUIRY.exe 3 Information format by ENQUIRY.exe 4 Identify and segregate the following: a) Download file b) CEN enquiry closure date c) CEN/TC number d) Standard Title e) Industry sector (ISBN) 4a From the zip file remove the 41_e_sft.pdf 4b Note the CEN enquiry closure date

19 1 Data sent by CEN-Robot email 2 Data received by NSAI and ENQUIRY.exe 3 Information format by ENQUIRY.exe 4 Identify and segregate the following: a) Download file b) CEN enquiry closure date c) CEN/TC number d) Standard Title e) Industry sector (ISBN) 4a From the zip file remove the 41_e_sft.pdf 4b Note the CEN enquiry closure date 4c Note the CEN/TC number

20 1 Data sent by CEN-Robot email 2 Data received by NSAI and ENQUIRY.exe 3 Information format by ENQUIRY.exe 4 Identify and segregate the following: a) Download file b) CEN enquiry closure date c) CEN/TC number d) Standard Title e) Industry sector (ISBN) 4a From the zip file remove the 41_e_sft.pdf 4b Note the CEN enquiry closure date 4c Note the CEN/TC number 4d Note the Standard Title

21 1 Data sent by CEN-Robot email 2 Data received by NSAI and ENQUIRY.exe 3 Information format by ENQUIRY.exe 4 Identify and segregate the following: a) Download file b) CEN enquiry closure date c) CEN/TC number d) Standard Title e) Industry sector (ISBN) 4a From the zip file remove the 41_e_sft.pdf 4b Note the CEN enquiry closure date 4c Note the CEN/TC number 4d Note the Standard Title 4e Optional input as this may be available or linked from the CEN/TC to designate the standard into its industry sector

22 1 Data sent by CEN-Robot email 2 Data received by NSAI and ENQUIRY.exe 3 Information format by ENQUIRY.exe 4 Identify and segregate the following: a) Download file b) CEN enquiry closure date c) CEN/TC number d) Standard Title e) Industry sector (ISBN) 4a From the zip file remove the 41_e_sft.pdf 4b Note the CEN enquiry closure date 4c Note the CEN/TC number 4d Note the Standard Title 4e Optional input as this may be available or linked from the CEN/TC to designate the standard into its industry sector This information is then displayed in a table similar to CEN Livelink Ballot Portal

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24 CEN Standards currently at Enquiry

25 3 Ability to comment and submit comments to NSAI Having registered with NSAI.ie notification emails are sent automatically to users as the information is received from CEN, CENELEC, ISO etc are populated into the NSAI.ie ENQUIRY database. The user logs in and selects the STANDARDS AT ENQUIRY link A custom table appears based on the sectors of industry that the user has chosen during registration The user then downloads the to be reviewed

26 CEN Standards currently at Enquiry The user then downloads the standard to be reviewed

27 A pdf copy of the enquiry standard is then downloaded onto the users local drive for review

28 CEN Standards currently at Enquiry The user then downloads the comments template to submit comment to NSAI

29 The comments template is then utilised by the user and sent to NSAI There is scope for submitting the comments online instead of submitting the comments in the tradition manner, emailing the comments to info@nsai.ie

30 Security issues How does NSAI put in place the adequate security measures to prevent other EU or international CEN and ISO members abusing the NSAI.ie enquiry tool? It may be argued that a well organised multi-national company or other organisation could add comments from outside of Ireland. It should be examined if this is an issue or not. Should the NSAI registration record the IP address? Please note that this is an initial concept for automatically making standards at enquiry available to the Irish public. Provided by Mr.. Fergal FINN, NSAI, 2010-06-11


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