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This includes standards for airfield pavement; airport lighting, marking, signs, and other visual aids; safety during construction; surveying and GIS data; deicing, ARFF, and other facilities; bird radar and foreign object detection systems; and more.
ANSI (American National Standards Institute) IBR Portal is an online tool for free, read-only access to voluntary consensus standards that have been incorporated by reference (IBR) into the US federal laws and regulations. Registration is required.
These standards are issued by CAAS specifying the national standards, requirements and procedures pertaining to the safety, planning, operation
and maintenance of aeronautical facilities and services by the air navigation service provider within the Singapore Flight Information Region.
NFPA develops and publishes more than 300 consensus codes and standards intended to eliminate death, injury, property and economic loss due to fire, electrical, and related hazards. NFPA codes and standards, administered by more than 250 Technical Committees comprising nearly 9,000 volunteer committee member seats, are adopted and used throughout the world.
All NISO standards undergo a review and maintenance cycle. If a standard does not require revision it is Reaffirmed. For example, "R2001" following Z39.2 indicates that Z39.2 was Reaffirmed in 2001. When a standard is revised it is balloted and approved, the approval year is added to the designation. For example, ANSI/NISO Z39.7-2004 was last approved in 2004.
NISO is a non-profit association accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), that identifies, develops, maintains, and publishes technical standards to manage information in today's continually changing digital environment.
Many major standards like ISO, IEC, EN are commonly being adopted by another standard. A tip is to look for the standard that has adopted the standard you are looking for, the available standard may serve as a good reference.