Electrotechnical Standardization in Finland
SESKO coordinates participation in international and European standardization. Each IEC or CENELEC technical committee or subcommittee  (also project group) that is considered nationally interesting has a corresponding Finnish group of experts, which follows the international and/or European standardization work and participates in it. These groups are called follow-up groups, and they can be joined by registering with the SESKO office.

Collaboration Tool is a document distribution and archival service used by IEC, CENELEC and SESKO. A user account for Collaboration Tool is created for each member of  SESKO SK committees and follow-up groups. The user profile varies according to membership in committees and follow-up groups.



SESKO coordinates participation in international and European standardization. Each IEC or CENELEC technical committee or subcommittee  (also project group) that is considered nationally interesting has a corresponding Finnish group of experts, which follows the international and/or European standardization work and participates in it. These groups are called follow-up groups, and they can be joined by registering with the SESKO office.

Collaboration Tool is a document distribution and archival service used by IEC, CENELEC and SESKO. A user account for Collaboration Tool is created for each member of  SESKO SK committees and follow-up groups. The user profile varies according to membership in committees and follow-up groups.



List of links to glossaries and terminology sites, such as the IEC Electropedia


Lists of currently open IEC and CENELEC enquiries and votes. 

List of links to glossaries and terminology sites, such as the IEC Electropedia


Lists of currently open IEC and CENELEC enquiries and votes. 

Standards can be purchased from SFS webshop by clicking this button, or from IEC webstore at http://webstore.iec.ch.



Standards can be purchased from SFS webshop by clicking this button, or from IEC webstore at http://webstore.iec.ch.



SESKO coordinates participation in international and European standardization. Each IEC or CENELEC technical committee or subcommittee  (also project group) that is considered nationally interesting has a corresponding Finnish group of experts, which follows the international and/or European standardization work and participates in it. These groups are called follow-up groups, and they can be joined by registering with the SESKO office.

Collaboration Tool is a document distribution and archival service used by IEC, CENELEC and SESKO. A user account for Collaboration Tool is created for each member of  SESKO SK committees and follow-up groups. The user profile varies according to membership in committees and follow-up groups.



List of links to glossaries and terminology sites, such as the IEC Electropedia


Lists of currently open IEC and CENELEC enquiries and votes. 

Standards can be purchased from SFS webshop by clicking this button, or from IEC webstore at http://webstore.iec.ch.



Electrotechnical Standardization in Finland

SESKO is the National Electrotechnical Standardization Organization representing Finland in the electrotechnical engineering field as a member of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC).

SESKO’s responsibility is to implement international electrotechnical standards in Finland and enforce them as national SFS standards.





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International Electrotechnical Commission

CENELEC


Suomen Standardisoimisliitto SFS ry


Standardization Committees

SESKO participates in international (IEC) and European (CENELEC ) electrotechnical cooperation as a representative of Finland via hundreds of national experts. We have set up a follow-up group for each IEC and CENELEC technical and subcommittee.

SESKO's board has set up national standardization committees (SK)  in those areas which are important for Finnish industry and commerce or which have a significant importance in general. These national committees act as national mirror committees for one or several IEC and/or CENELEC –committees and they give the Finnish contribution to international or European standardization work within their scope.

All interested stakeholders are welcome to join the standardization work. 


Standardization system

Standardization table


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