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Chaomai Optoelectronics: The company participated in the formulation of the national standard relea

时间:2019-12-30 10:16:23   点击:155

   In July 2018, the company's general manager Zhang Songlin participated in the drafting of the national standard of the People's Republic of China (GB / T 30839.47-2018) issued by the National Quality and Technical Supervision Bureau. This standard is the first time the company has participated in and led the development of national standards. After the identification of high-tech enterprises, the national authority recognized the company's R & D and innovation capabilities.

Note: National standards are divided into mandatory national standards and recommended national standards.

   Mandatory national standards shall be formulated for technical requirements that guarantee personal health, life and property safety, national security, ecological environment security, and the basic needs of economic and social management. Mandatory national standards are proposed, organized by the State Council's administrative department in accordance with its duties, organized for drafting, soliciting opinions, and technical review, and the State Council's standardization administrative department is responsible for project establishment, numbering, and external notification. Mandatory national standards are approved or issued by the State Council.
Recommended technical standards can be formulated to meet technical requirements such as basic basics, matching with mandatory national standards, and leading roles in various related industries. Recommended national standards are formulated by the standardization administrative department of the State Council.
   The standardization administrative department of the State Council and relevant administrative departments of the State Council have established standards implementation information and evaluation mechanisms, and reviewed national standards based on feedback and evaluations. The review cycle generally does not exceed 5 years. After review, the standards that do not apply to economic and social development needs and technological progress shall be revised or abolished in a timely manner. The following is an introduction to national standards.