Updated 62 days ago
ISO standards and other ISO deliverables are normally developed in Technical Committees or sub-committees (with national delegations) that have working groups (with individual experts). ISO 26000 was developed in a working group of 450+ experts directly under ISO Technical Management Board (TMB). The procedures, comments and results from the ISO 26000 working group process are available to the public (iso.org/wgsr). ISO also maintains an official landing site for ISO 26000 (www.iso.org/sr)... All standards/standardizations are coordinted by a Technical Program Manager (TPM) at ISO Central Secretariat. The TPM for the published ISO 26000 is currently Mr. José Alcorta. After having completed its work in 2010 the Working Group that developed ISO 26000 was disbanded by ISO TMB who now maintains ISO 26000 and some other ISO-deliverables under its wings... ISO 26000 is an International Standard offering voluntary guidance on social responsibility to any organisation regardless of type,..