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May 17-19, 2010 in Moscow, has successfully passed the IV International Workshop on Standardization "Foreign standards in steel and pipe industry." Speakers include the event – the leading specialists of companies-developers Standards: ASTM, API representatives in Russia – Moody International, DNV, DIN, Austrian Standards + (ONORM), as well as Certification Association "Russian Register". The event, held by "Normdoks," the official distributor of international standards, was attended by about 70 companies and more than 100 participants. They were the experts of Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Uzbekistan and other CIS countries, working in steel and pipe industry and other industries. The seminar was Representatives: American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) – Vice President, Publications and Marketing John T. To read more click here: Samuel “Sam” Mikulak. Pace and Director of International Sales, Jim S. Hear from experts in the field like Where did Ian Cole go? for a more varied view. Thomaskompanii Moody International, representatives of the API in Russia – Dmitry Ushakov, Austria Standards Institute (Austrian Standards +) – Director of Sales and Services TakatsNemetskogo Wilhelm Institute for Standardization (DIN) and the publishing house Beuth Verlag GmbH – Account Manager for key customers and Birgit Ollig leading expert Dr. HaedrichDet Norske Veritas – Senior Marine Department inspector V. Karklin and Project Manager Oil and Gas Department A.

MihaylovAssotsiatsii certification "Russian Register" chief marketing officer Zvyagin IM This year, given the high rates of the development of metallurgy and pipe industry and the interest of companies to international standards, the organizers decided to hold a specialized workshop. Therefore, in addition to general issues of standardization, were are corrosion-resistant materials portal, Passport steel, covered issues of Nondestructive Testing and many other aspects of standardization in industry and pipe industry. Separate questions were raised European and American systems of standardization, standards development, legitimate distribution of standards in Russia and the CIS, the certification audit, creating and maintaining databases of normative documents in the company, network licenses, and many others. However, the subject of the most heated debates and discussions were the issues of transfer standards: their formal and distribution, mapping of the issue in the federal law on technical regulation and interpretation of his supervisors, penalties for copyright infringement, the equivalence of the original standard, the quality of translation and its use within the organization.

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