Approaches by JSTRA
As a national mirror committee, for ISO and IEC related to ship and marine technology issues, JSTRA takes part in deliberations over international standardization to propose and review international standards. For a basis for such activities, JSTRA has established the standardization committee under the ship technology strategy board. 11 sub-committees and 1 council have been organised under the committee, in order to address every issue by expertise of each field.
Research and study projects of this year
To strategically address the development of ISO and IEC standards, JSTRA has founded following six projects which are considered to be particularly important for the ship and marine technology industry.
Studies on development of standard for onboard information system
Development of new international standard (ISO Standard) necessary for realization of a smart navigation system that would be highly integrated with on board equipment.
Studies on the continuous washwater monitoring for EGCS
Development of standards for continuous washwater monitoring for exhaust gas cleaning system in accordance with the 2015 Guidelines for exhaust gas cleaning systems (MEPC.259 (68)).
Studies on a test methods for screening the efficacy of anti-fouling paints
Development of drafts of the new international standard (ISO standard) for specifying test methods for screening efficacy of anti-fouling paints.
Studies on life-saving appliances pertaining to Polar Codes
Preparation of the international standard for life-saving appliances that would satisfy requirements of Polar Codes (MSC.395 (94)).
Studies on evaluation of vibration with regard to habitability on board ships
Development of the new ISO standard (ISO 21984) proposed by Japan for the measurement, evaluation and reporting of vibrationwith regard to habitability on specific ships.
Studies on gas inflation systems for inflatable life-saving appliances (15015738)
Revision of ISO 15738 to solve issues related to the existing standard by coordination among manufacturem internationally .
Development of and response to international standards in International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)
In FY 2017, JSTRA will promote activities centered on the "Strategic Proposal of Standards" and "Reinforced Response System," based on "The Policies on Japan's Approach to International Standards on Ships and Marine Technology," with regard to the development of ISO on ships and marine technologies.
ISO 13073-3, Risk assessment on anti-fouling systems on ships -- Part 3: Human health risk assessment method of biocidally active substances used in anti-fouling paints on ships during the application and removal processes (New) (Published in June 2016)
ISO 21984, Guidelines for measurement, evaluation, and reporting of vibration with regard to habitability on specific ships (New) (ASAP)
ISO 19697, Electronic Inclinometers (New) (Published in November 2016)
ISO 19847, Shipboard data servers to share field data on the sea (New) (Expected to be published in August 2018)
ISO 22472, Guidelines for the operation and installation of voyage data recorders (VDR) (Published in September 2016)
ISO 19848, Standard data for shipboard machinery and equipment of ship(New) (Expected to be published in August 2018)
Development, maintenance, and management of Japanese Industrial Standards for Ships and marine technology(JIS F)
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