Technical standards are developed by the national standardization body (UNE) through the Technical Standarization Committee in which all parties concerned in their drafting are voluntarily present.
AENOR facilitates their development by collaborating with companies, public administrations, research organisations and social agents, with the government participating in part of standardisation process and the dissemination of the corresponding results.
The process of drawing up UNE standard is subject to a series of phases thus ensuring that the final document is the result of consensus, and that any person, even if they do not belong to the body drawing up the standard, can voice their opinions or comments.
Prior to their approval, the Official State Bulletin publishes the monthly list of UNE projects that are in Public Consultation stage, during which time any interested person or company can submit observations. You can access the draft UNE standards under public consultation and make comments on them through the UNE Project Review System.
Observations should be communicated to UNE. Once the comments received in this phase have been analysed, the committee will write up the final text, which will finally be approved and published as a UNE standard.