One of ResiStand’s overarching objectives is to develop a new, sustainable process to improve and support future standardisation work. The ResiStand Process will collate the project’s findings and take into account the drivers inspiring stakeholders to contribute to standardisation activities as well as the constraints preventing them from participating in them. The process will define how new ideas, improvements, inventions, requirements or research results originating from any stakeholder can be transformed into new standardisation items. It will offer an efficient means to assess the potential, feasibility and impact of any new idea.
Stakeholder involvement is a prerequisite for successful standardisation and the ResiStand process will facilitate the selection of the most relevant stakeholders for each new work item. The ResiStand Process will include recommendations for enhancing stakeholder involvement by presenting different ways to participate in standardisation. All stakeholder groups will be informed about the benefits and advantages of participation in standardisation work.
The feasibility of the ResiStand Process will be tested by developing a new work item. The aim is that stakeholders will continuously utilize this “ResiStand Process” in the future, and that the project delivers a better understanding of the potential of standards for contributing to an improved disaster resilience.
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