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ISO/TC 43 N 1293Acoustics – Hearing aid fitting management – Part 1: General frameworkComment deadline: 3/7/2016

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Standards in development (50)

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BS EN 14604 Smoke alarm devicesAccepted
BS EN 16710-2 analysis to support designApproval
BS EN 54-11 Fire detection and fire alarm systems Part 11: Manual call pointsTechnical Review
BS EN 54-28 Fire detection and fire alarm system Part 28: Non-resettable line type heat detectorsPublication
BS EN 54-28 Fire detection and fire alarm system Part 28: Non-resettable line type heat detectorsApproval
BS EN 54-31:2014/A1 Fire detection and fire alarm system — Part 31: Multi-sensor fire detectors - Point detectors using a combination of smoke, carbon monoxide and optionally heat sensors/Amendment 1Publication
BS EN 54-5 Fire detection and fire alarm systems Part 5: Point heat detectorsAccepted
BS EN 54-7 Fire detection and fire alarm systems Part 7: Smoke detectors - Point detectors using scattered light, transmitted light or ionisationApproval
BS EN 60118-13 ED.4 Electroacoustics - Hearing aids Part 13: Electromagnetic compatability (EMC) (Revision of IEC 60118-13: 2011)Publication
BS EN 60318-7 Ed 2.0 Electroacoustics - Simulators of human head and ear Part 7: Head and torso simulator for the measurement of air-conduction hearing aidsAccepted
BS EN 60645-1 Ed. 4.0 Electroacoustics - Audiometric equipment Part 1: Equipment for pure-tone and speech audiometryPublic Comment
BS EN 60645-2 Audiometric equipment Part 2: Equipment for speech audiometryAccepted
BS EN 60942 Electroacoustics - Sound calibrators (Revision of IEC 60942:2003)Accepted
BS EN 61094-3 ED.2 Electroacoustics - Measurement microphones Part 3: Primary method for free field calibration of laboratory standard microphones by the reciprocity techniquePublication
BS EN 61094-5 Ed 2.0 Measurement microphones Part 5: Methods for pressure calibration of working standard microphones by comparisonPublication
BS EN 61260-2 Ed1.0 and fractional-octave-band filters Part 2: Pattern evaluation testsPublication
BS EN 61260-3 Ed1.0 and fractional-octave-band filters Part 3: Periodic testsPublication
BS EN 61669 Electroacoustics - Measurement of real-ear acoustical performance characteristics of hearing aidsPublication
BS EN ISO 389-3 Acoustics — Reference zero for the calibration of audiometric equipment — Part 3: Reference equivalent threshold vibratory force levels for pure tones and bone vibratorsPublication
BS ENISO 10075-1 Ergonomic principles related to mental work-load Part 1: General concepts, terms and definitionsPublic Comment
BS ENISO 389-1 Acoustics - Reference Part 1:Accepted
BS ENISO 389-7:2005/Amd 1 the calibration of audiometric equipment Part 7: Reference threshold of hearing under free-field and diffuse-field listening conditions - Amendment 1Public Comment
BS ENISO 4869-1 Acoustics - Hearing protectors Part 1: Subjective method for the measurement of sound attenuationPublic Comment
BS ENISO 4869-2 Acoustics - Hearing protectors Part 2: Estimation of effective A-weighted sound pressure levels when hearing protectors are wornPublic Comment
BS ENISO 6385 Ergonomic principles in the design of work systemsTechnical Review
BS ENISO 7029 hearing thresholds as a function of agePublic Comment
BS ENISO 9241-11 Ergonomics of human-system interaction Part 11: Usability: Definitions and conceptsPublic Comment
BS ENISO 9241-112 Ergonomics of human-system interaction Part 112: Principles and general guidance for the presentation of informationPublic Comment
BS ENISO 9241-125 Ergonomics of human-system interaction Part 125: Guidance on visual presentation of informationAccepted
BS ENISO 9241-161 Ergonomics of human-system interaction Part 161: User-interface elementsApproval
BS ENISO 9241-220 Ergonomics of human-computer interaction Part 220: Processes for enabling, executing and assessing human-centred design within organizationsPublic Comment
BS ENISO 9241-306 Ergonomics of human-system interaction Part 306: Field assessment methods for electronic visual displaysAccepted
BS ENISO 9241-333 Ergonomics of human-system interaction Part 333: Stereoscopic displays using glassesPublic Comment
BS ENISO 9241-391 Ergonomics of Human System Interaction Part 391: Requirements, analysis and compliance test methods for the reduction of photosensitive seizuresPublication
BS ENISO 9241-920 Ergonomics of human-system interaction Part 920: Guidance on tactile and haptic interactionsApproval
BS ENISO 9241-960 Ergonomics of human-system interaction Part 960: Framework and guidance for gesture interactionsPublic Comment
BS ISO 7176-6 Wheelchairs Part 6: Determination of maximum speed, acceleration and deceleration of electric wheelchairsAccepted
BS ISO 19028 Accessible design - Information contents, figuration and disply methods of tactile guide mapsPublication
BS ISO 19335 Assistive products for persons with disability - Guidelines on how to introduce assistive products for cognitive disabilitiesAccepted
BS ISO 19894 Walking trolleys - Requirements and test methodsAccepted
BS ISO 20051 Accessibility of the door and handle of the electronic home appliancesIdea
BS ISO 20342 Assistive products for tissue integrity when lying downIdea
BS ISO 21056 Ergonomics - Accessible design - Guidelines for designing tactile symbols and lettersIdea
BS ISO 21144 Ergonomics of human-system interaction - Electronic paper display - Indoor useAccepted
BS ISO 27500 Ergonomic processesApproval
BS ISO 27501 The human-centred organization - Management of ergonomic processesIdea
BS ISO 4869-6 Acoustics - Hearing protectors Part 6: Determination of sound attenuation of active noise reduction ear-muffsAccepted
BS ISO 7240-20 Fire detection and alarm systems Part 20: Aspirating smoke detectorsIdea
BS ISO 9241-940 Ergonomics of human-system interaction Part 940: Evaluation of tactile and haptic interactionsPublic Comment
PD IEC/TS 62886 Ed1.0 measuring electroacoustic performance up to 16 kHzApproval

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