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  1. Standards and Conformity Assessment Bodies - Japan IAF IEC JTC1 ISO PASC PAC JSA (Japanese Standards Association) JISC Japanese Industrial Standards Committee BIPM JASC (Japan Accreditation System for Product CBs of JIS Mark) APMP JAB (Japanese Accreditation Board for Conformity Assessment) METI Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry NMIJ (National Metrology Institute of Japan) AIST National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology APEC/ SCSC OIML IA Japan (International Accreditation Japan) APLMF MLAP (Specified Measurement Lab. Accreditation Program) NITE National Institute of Technology & Evaluation JCSS (Japanese Calibration Service System) APLAC JNLA (Japanese National Laboratory Accreditation System) ILAC ASNITE (Accreditation System of NITE) APT JETRO (Japan External Trade Organization) IEEE ARIB (Association of Radio Industries and Businesses) Inquiry point MIC Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication ITU TTC (The Telecommunication Technology Committee) WTO/TBT WHO JCTEA (Japan Cable Television Engineering Association) WTO/SPS MEXT Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Codex Inquiry point MOF Ministry of Foreign Affairs Regional Government FAO MAFF Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries International Non-Government

  2. Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) www.meti.go.jp Administers the national standards system by drafting and enforcing standards related laws andregulations. Japanese Industrial Standards Committee (JISC) www.jisc.go.jp Establishes and distributes Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS) Represent Japan at International organizations such as ISO, IEC and PASC “Industrial Science and Technology Policy and Environment Bureau” of METI covers the standardsrelated works as the secretariat organization JISC Japan Accreditation System for Product Certification Bodies of JIS Mark (JASC) www.jisc.go.jp Accredits JIS mark certification bodies “Industrial Science and Technology Policy and Environment Bureau” of METI is function as JASC Japanese Standards Association (JSA) www.jsa.or.jp Conducts surveys and research into standardization as well as develops draft JIS in various fields Performs JIS mark certification Japanese Accreditation Board for Conformity Assessment (JAB) www.jab.or.jp Accreditation and registration of registration bodies, certification bodies, laboratories, etc. Standards and Conformity Assessment Bodies - Japan

  3. National Metrology Institute of Japan (NMIJ) www.nmij.jp Governmental organization under AIST, METI Conducts R&D for the metrology and dissemination of the measurement standards International Accreditation Japan (IAJapan) www.nite.go.jp/asse/iajapan/en/index.html An umbrella laboratory accreditation scheme incorporating MLAP, JCSS, JNLA and ASNITE Specified Measurement Laboratory Accreditation Scheme (MLAP) www.nite.go.jp/asse/Mlap/index_e.htm Laboratory accreditation scheme to enhance the reliability of certified measurement data of microexistent substances such as dioxins Japanese Calibration Service System (JCSS) www.nite.go.jp/asse/jcss/en/index.html National standards provision system and the Calibration laboratory accreditation system Japanese National Laboratory Accreditation System (JNLA) www.nite.go.jp/asse/jnla/en/index.html Testing laboratory accreditation system based on the JIS Law enforced in 1997 Accreditation System of National Institute of Technology and Evaluation (ASNITE) www.nite.go.jp/asse/asnite/en/index.html Flexible accreditation according to various test method standards (when JNLA is not applicable) Standards and Conformity Assessment Bodies - Japan

  4. Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) www.jetro.go.jp Main activities are to assist Japanese industries in export and to promote foreign investment. Functions as the inquiry point of Japan for WTO/TBT agreement Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC) www.soumu.go.jp/joho_tsusin/eng/index.htm Information and Communication Bureau of the MIC covers the standardization policy on information and communication Association of Radio Industries and Businesses (ARIB) www.arib.or.jp Establishes technical standards for radio systems in the field of telecommunications and broadcasting The Telecommunication Technology Committee (TTC) www.ttc.or.jp Develops protocols and standards for telecommunications networks Japan Cable Television Engineering Association (JCTEA) www.catv.or.jp/english/INDEX77.htm Develops protocols and standards for CATV networks Standards and Conformity Assessment Bodies - Japan

  5. Note: The information contained in this presentation was compiled by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) in collaboration with its public and private sector members and also with its international partners. The primary purpose of the chart is to attempt to portray, in high-level, block diagram form, the entities of the standards and conformity assessment systems of the particular economy and their primary inter-relationships and relationships to international and regional organizations – all on one slide. While many organizations have many subdivisions, only those subdivisions most directly related to standards and conformity assessment are shown. The chart is one perspective of the systems, with emphasis on identification and representation of the various entities. The chart would look different if the entities were drawn proportional to their relative work volumes in the systems, or if they were drawn proportional to their respective standards and conformity assessment revenues or budgets. Such a representation will have inaccuracies which will require correction. The chart is a work in progress and we welcome comments and suggestions for consistent improvement for purposes of accuracy and education. Please feel free to reference the information contained in this presentation. We just ask that you please attribute ANSI as the source. Thank you, The ANSI International Policy Department Please send comments or suggestions to: info@ansi.org Standards and Conformity Assessment Bodies - Japan