December 2, 2017:
ISO TMB decided through internal TMB-ballot that the final result of their extended ballot to the NSBs was to be interpreted as a confirmation of ISO 26000:2010. The first NSB-vote was 48 % in favor and the second was 55 % in favor of confirming ISO 26000.  Some of the comments from the ISO TMB members are available under the systematic review page.

As a consequence, a revision of ISO 26000 will likely not be initiated until the year 2020 the earliest, and a new version therefore not be available until 2023.

Categories: ISO 26000

2 Comments

Folke Hermansson Snickars · December 11, 2017 at 14:19

What about a “Maintenance agency” for the update of the Bibliography, if the main disadvantage with the confirmation decision is that new SR-related documents have been published?

    Staffan · December 11, 2017 at 15:23

    Technical content in several referenced, and new non-referenced, international norms need to be reflected in the recommendations/main body of text. That can not be achieved through update of Bibliography.

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