National Standards on GS1 code

(To obtain the detailed contents of each TCVN, please contact the Publishing Unit of the Vietnam Standards and Quality Institute – Tel: 844 3756 4269)

No. TCVN Reference Name of TCVN Scope
1 TCVN 6380:2007

(ISO 2108:2005)

Information and documentation – International standard book number (ISBN) The purpose of TCVN 6380:2007 is to establish the specification for the International Standard Book Number (ISBN) as a unique international identification system for each product form or edition of a monographic publication published or produced by a specific publisher. It specifies the construction of an ISBN, the rules for its assignment and use, the metadata to be associated with the ISBN allocation, and the administration of the ISBN system.

TCVN 6380:2007 is applicable to monographic publications (or their individual sections or chapters where these are made separately available) and certain types of related products that are available to the public. Examples of applicable and non-applicable products are provided.

2 TCVN 6381:2007

(ISO 3297:1998)

Documentation – International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) TCVN 6381:2007 defines and promotes the use of a standard code (ISSN) for the unique identification of serials and other continuing resources.

ISSN are applicable to serials and to other continuing resources, whether past, present or to be published or produced in the foreseeable future, whatever the medium of publication or production.

3 TCVN 6384:1998 Article Number and Barcode – The Global Trade Item Number of 12-digit (GTIN-12) – Specification This standard specifies the specification and architecture for Global Trade Item Number of 12-digit (GTIN-12).

This standard does not specify the specification for bar codes used to represent GTIN-12.

4 TCVN 6512:2007 Article Number and Barcode –

Traded Units Number – Specification

This standard specifies the specification for coding number for the traded units, in accordance with the regulations of the GS1 international.

This standard is applied to establish number for the traded units in delivering and managing this units.

This standard does not specify specification for barcode showing number for the traded units.

5 TCVN 6513:2008

(ISO/IEC 16390:2007)

Information technology – Automatic identification and data capture techniques – Interleaved 2 of 5 bar code symbology specification TCVN 6513:2008 specifies the requirements for the bar code symbology known as Interleaved 2 of 5; it specifies Interleaved 2 of 5 symbology characteristics, data character encodation, dimensions, tolerances, decoding algorithms and parameters to be defined by applications. It specifies the Symbology Identifier prefix strings for Interleaved 2 of 5 symbols.
6 TCVN 6939:2007 Article Number and Barcode-

The Global Trade Item Number of 13-digit – Specification

This standard specifies the specification and architecture for Global Trade Item Number of 13-digit (GTIN-13).

GTIN-13 is used for all articles which have relatively large sizes including consumer unit or commercial unit.

This standard does not specify the specification for bar codes used to represent GTIN-13.

7 TCVN 6940:2007 Article Number and Barcode-

The Global Trade Item Number of 8-digit – Specification

This standard specifies the specification and architecture for Global Trade Item Number of 8-digit (GTIN-8).

GTIN-8 is used only for items which have small sizes, not enough room to use GTIN-13 or GTIN-12.

This standard does not specify the specification for bar codes used to represent GTIN-8.

8 TCVN 6754: 2007 Article number and Barcode –

GS1 application identifiers

This standard specifies the architecture of application identifier and data attached to it for use in the labeling of goods and exchanging of electronic data.
9 TCVN 6755:2008

(ISO/IEC 15417:2007)

Information technology – Automatic identification and data capture techniques – Code 128 bar code symbology specification The technology of bar coding is based on the recognition of patterns encoded in bars and spaces of defined dimensions. There are numerous methods of encoding information in bar code form, known as symbologies. Code 128 is one such symbology. The rules defining the translation of characters into bar and space patterns, and other essential features of each symbology, are known as the symbology specification.

In the past, symbology specification were developed and published by a number of organizations, resulting in certain instances in conflicting requirements for certain symbologies.

Manufacturers of bar code equipment and users of bar code technology require publicly available standard symbology specification to which they can refer when developing equipment and software.

TCVN 6755:2008 specifies the requirements for the bar code symbology known as Code 128. It specifies Code 128 symbology characteristics, data character encodation, dimensions, decoding algorithms and the parameters to be defined by applications. It specifies the symbology identifier prefix strings for Code 128 symbols.

10 TCVN 6756:2009 Article number and bar code –

GS1 number and bar code for book and serial – Specification

This standard specifies the architecture and specification of GS1 article number and barcode for books and periodical publications.

This is consistent with specification of GS1 international and the agreements which had been agreed between the GS1 international and organizations in charge of managing ISSN and ISBN on the application for books and periodical publications.

11 TCVN 7199:2007 Automatic identification and data capture –

GS1 Global Location Number – Specification

This standard specifies the specification and architecture for 13-digit code (EAN / UCC 13) for unique identification of location, organization (agency), is accepted globally and in accordance with the provisions of GS1 international.

Global Location Number GS1 is used to identify uniqueness and clearness of positions (location or legal entity status) is identified uniformly for use in the supply chain. This is a prerequisite for efficient e-commerce activities among trading partners (eg, EDI, electronic portfolio); Global Location Number GS1 is also used in controlling, distributing, delivering, receiving goods and other managerial areas.

12 TCVN 7200:2007 Article Number and Barcode –

Serial Shipping Container Code (SSCC) – Specification

This standard specifies the specification and architecture for GS1 identification numbers for the logistics unit, called SSCC.

SSCC is applied to uniquely identify logistics units worldwide.

13 TCVN 7201:2007 Automatic identification and data capture – GS1 Logistics Label – Specification This standard prescribes the contents, specification and how to represent logistic unit label consistent with the provisions of GS1 international. Purpose of the GS1 logistics unit label is to provide information on logistics units labeled. The core information on the label must be presented in both formats for readable by both human and machine.

This standard does not apply to the labeling of items.

This standard is applied in conjunction with the standards of the application identifier (TCVN 6754: 2007) and standards of GS1-128 barcodes (TCVN 6755).

14 TCVN 7202:2008

(ISO/IEC 16388:2007)

Information technology – Automatic identification and data capture techniques – Code 39 bar code symbology specification The technology of bar coding is based on the recognition of patterns encoded in bars and spaces of defined dimensions. There are numerous methods of encoding information in bar code form, known as symbologies. Code 39 is one such symbology. The rules defining the translation of characters into bar and space patterns and other essential features are known as the symbology specification.

In the past, symbology specification were developed and published by a number of organizations, resulting in certain instances in conflicting requirements for certain symbologies.

Manufacturers of bar code equipment and users of bar code technology require publicly available standard symbology specification to which they can refer when developing equipment and application standards.

TCVN 7202:2008 specifies the requirements for the bar code symbology known as Code 39; it specifies Code 39 symbology characteristics, data character encodation, dimensions, tolerances, decoding algorithms and parameters to be defined by applications. It specifies the Symbology Identifier prefix strings for Code 39 symbols.

15 TCVN 7203:2009 Article number and Barcode –

Bar code quality verifying requirements

This standard specifies the specification of GS1 which has not been mentioned in TCVN 7626: 2008 (ISO / IEC 15416: 2000) on the parameters used to verify the quality of one-dimensional barcode.

This standard is also applied in conjunction with TCVN 7626: 2008 (ISO / IEC 15416: 2000).

16 TCVN 7322:2009

(ISO/IEC 18004:2006)

Information technology – Automatic identification and data capture techniques – QR Code 2005 bar code symbology specification TCVN 7322:2009 defines the requirements for the symbology known as QR Code 2005. It specifies the QR Code 2005 symbology characteristics, data character encoding methods, symbol formats, dimensional characteristics, error correction rules, reference decoding algorithm, production quality requirements, and user-selectable application parameters, and lists in an informative annex the features of QR Code Model 1 symbols which differ from QR Code 2005.
17 TCVN 7454:2004 Automatic Identification and Data Capture –

List of data names used for describing trade items marked with EAN.UCC numbers

This standard prescribes lists of names of data used to describe trade items marked with EAN.UCC numbers, to support for research and / or data exchanging (electronic) of trade items in the country as well as global.

This standard is applied for trade items, including consumer unit (eg, beer) and sending unit (for example, a carton of beer). The specific definition is at section 3.1.

18 TCVN 7626:2008

(ISO/IEC 15416:2000)

Information technology – Automatic identification and data capture techniques – Bar code print quality test specification – Linear symbols This standard:

– prescribes the methodology specified in the assessment of individual properties of the barcodes;

– prescribes quantitative methods to measurement results to give an overall evaluation of the quality of barcodes;

– provides information about the reasons of deviations from the optimum level possible to assist users in applying the appropriate corrective action.

This standard is applied to all kinds of barcodes which their decoding algorithms for reference have been provided, and to the barscodes that are read by linear scanning method, but can be applied partially or wholly for different types of barcodes.

19 TCVN 7639:2007 Global returnable asset identifiers (GRAI) and Global individual asset identifiers (GIAI) – Specification
20 TCVN 7976:2008 Global Service Relation Number (GSRN) – Specification This standard specifies the specification for a global code service relation number (hereinafter referred to as GSRN).
21 TCVN 7825:2007

(ISO/IEC 15420:2009)

Information technology – Automatic identification and data capture techniques – EAN/UPC bar code symbology specification Manufacturers of bar code equipment and users of bar code technology require publicly available standard symbology specification to which they can refer when developing equipment and software.

TCVN 7825:2007 specifies the requirements for the bar code symbology known as EAN/UPC. It specifies EAN/UPC symbology characteristics, data character encodation, dimensions, tolerances, decoding algorithms and parameters to be defined by applications. It specifies the Symbology Identifier prefix strings for EAN/UPC symbols.

Data content and the rules governing the use of this symbology are outside the scope of ISO/IEC 15420:2009; they are defined in the GS1 General Specification.

22 TCVN 8020:2008

(ISO/IEC 15418:1999)

Information Technology – The allocation of GS1 and application code assignment and the actual data maintained This standard:

– Prescribes the delineation of application identifier and identification number to identify the data encrypted;

– Identify the organization responsible for maintaining these codes.

23 TCVN 8021-1:2017

(ISO/IEC 15459-1:2014)

Information technology – Unique identifiers – Part 1: Unique identifiers for transport units Unique identification can occur at many different levels in the supply chain, at the transport unit, at the item level, and elsewhere. Such distinct entities are often handled by several parties: the sender, the receiver, one or more carriers, customs authorities, etc. Each of these parties must be able to identify and trace the item so that reference can be made to associated information such as address, order number, contents of the item, weight, sender, batch or lot number, etc.

The information is often held on computer systems, and may be exchanged between parties involved via EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) and XML (eXtensible Markup Language) messages.

There are considerable benefits if the identity of the item is represented in bar code format, or other AIDC (Automatic Identification and Data Capture) media and attached to or made a constituent part of that which is being uniquely identified so that:

– it can be read electronically, thus minimising errors;

§ one identifier can be used by all parties;

– each party can use the identifier to look up its computer files to find the data associated with the item;

– the identifier is unique within the class and cannot appear on any other item of the class during the lifetime of the item.

The unique identifier for transport units defined in TCVN 8021-1:2008 and represented in a bar code label, two-dimensional symbol, radio-frequency identification tag, or other AIDC media attached to the item meets these needs.

All AIDC technologies have the potential to encode a unique identifier. It is expected that application standards for items, using various automatic identification technologies, will be developed based upon the unique identifier as a prime key. These application standards may be made available from the Issuing Agency.

TCVN 8021-1:2008 specifies a unique, non-significant, string of characters for the identification of transport units. The character string is intended to be represented in a bar code label or other AIDC media attached to the item to meet item management needs. To address management needs different classes of items are recognized in the various parts of TCVN 8021, which allows different requirements to be met by the unique identifiers associated with each class. The rules for the unique identifier for transport units, to identify physical logistical transfers, with the identity relevant for the duration of one or more items in the load being held or transported as part of that load, are defined and supported by an example.

24 TCVN 8021-2:2017

(ISO/IEC 15459-2:2015)

Information technology – Unique identifiers – Part 2: Registration procedures Unique identification can occur at many different levels in the supply chain, at the transport unit, at the item level, and elsewhere. Such distinct entities are often handled by several parties: the sender, the receiver, one or more carriers, customs authorities, etc. Each of these parties must be able to identify and trace the item so that reference can be made to associated information such as address, order number, contents of the item, weight, sender, batch or lot number, etc. There are considerable benefits if the identity of the item is common between all the relevant parties.

TCVN 8021-2:2008 specifies the procedural requirements to maintain a non-significant, unique identifier for item management applications, and outlines the obligations of the Registration Authority and Issuing Agencies.

TCVN 8021-2:2008 excludes those items where ISO has designated Maintenance Agencies or Registration Authorities to provide identification schemes. It does not apply to

– freight containers, because their unique coding is specified in ISO 6346, Freight containers — Coding, identification and marking;

– vehicles, because their unique identification is specified in TCVN 6578 (ISO 3779), Road vehicles — Vehicle identification number (VIN) — Content and structure;

– car radios, because their unique identification is specified in ISO 10486, Passenger cars — Car radio identification number (CRIN).

The exclusion also applies to TCVN 6380 (ISO 2108), Information and documentation — International standard book number (ISBN) and ISO TCVN 6381 (ISO 3297), Information and documentation — International standard serial number (ISSN).

NOTE The scope of each of TCVN 6380 (ISO 2108) and TCVN 6381 (ISO 3297) identifies the title rather than the individual copy of a book or periodical. As such, the level of identification achieved is at a level higher than the unique identity required to be compliant with ISO/IEC 15459-2:2006.

25 TCVN 8021-3:2017

(ISO/IEC 15459-3:2014)

Information technology – Unique identifiers – Part 3: Common rules for unique identifiers Unique identification can occur at many different levels in the supply chain, at the transport unit, at the item level, and elsewhere. Such distinct entities are often handled by several parties – the sender, the receiver, one or more carriers, customs authorities, etc. Each of these parties must be able to identify and trace the item so that reference can be made to associated information such as configuration, maintenance history, address, order number, contents of the item, weight, sender, batch or lot number, etc.

The information is often held on computer systems, and may be exchanged between parties involved via EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) and XML (eXtensible Markup Language) messages.

There are considerable benefits if the identity of the item is represented in bar code format, or other AIDC (Automatic Identification and Data Capture) media and attached to or made a constituent part of that which is being uniquely identified so that

– it can be read electronically, thus minimising errors;

– one identity can be used by all parties;

– each party can use the identity to look up its computer files to find the data associated with the item;

– the identifier is unique within the class and cannot appear on any other item of the class during the lifetime of the item.

TCVN 8021-3:2009 specifies the common rules that apply for unique identifiers for item management that are required to ensure full compatibility across classes of unique identifiers.

26 TCVN 8021-4:2017

(ISO/IEC 15459-4:2014)

Information technology – Unique identifiers – Part 4: Individual items Unique identification can occur at many different levels in the supply chain, at the transport unit, at the item level, and elsewhere. Such distinct entities are often handled by several parties: the sender, the receiver, one or more carriers, customs authorities, etc. Each of these parties must be able to identify and trace the item so that reference can be made to associated information such as configuration, maintenance history, address, order number, contents of the item, weight, sender, batch or lot number, etc.

The information is often held on computer systems, and may be exchanged between parties involved via EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) and XML (eXtensible Markup Language) messages.

There are considerable benefits if the identity of the item is represented in bar code format, or other AIDC (Automatic Identification and Data Capture) media and attached to or made a constituent part of that which is being uniquely identified so that

– it can be read electronically, thus minimising errors;

– one identity can be used by all parties;

– each party can use the identity to look up its computer files to find the data associated with the item;

– the identifier is unique within the class and cannot appear on any other item of the class during the lifetime of the item.

The unique identifier for individual items defined in TCVN 8021-4:2009 and represented in a bar code label, two-dimensional symbol, radio-frequency identification tag, or other AIDC media attached to the item meets these needs.

All AIDC technologies have the potential to encode a unique identifier. It is expected that application standards for items, using various automatic identification technologies, will be developed based upon the unique identifier as a prime key. These application standards may be made available from the Issuing Agency.

TCVN 8021-4:2009 specifies a unique, non-significant string of characters for the unique identifier for individual items. The character string is intended to be represented in a bar code label or other AIDC media attached to the item to meet supply chain needs. To address management needs, different classes of items are recognized in the various parts of ISO/IEC 15459, which allows different requirements to be met by the unique identifiers associated with each class. The rules are defined for the individual items to identify the unique occurrence of an item, understood to mean the layers zero and one as will be defined in two future International Standards (ISO 17367 and ISO 17366, respectively).

27 TCVN 8021-5:2017

(ISO/IEC 15459-5:2007)

Information technology – Unique identifiers – Part 5: Unique identifier for returnable transport items (RTIs) TCVN 8021-5:2009 specifies a unique, non-significant string of characters for the unique identification of returnable transport items (RTIs). The character string is intended to be represented in a radio frequency identification (RFID) transponder, bar code label or other automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) media attached to the item to meet supply chain management needs. To address management needs different classes of RTI are recognised in the various parts of TCVN 8021-5:2009, which allows different requirements to be met by the unique identifiers associated with each class. The rules for the unique identifier for RTIs, to identify the unique occurrence of an item, with the identity being relevant for the complete life cycle of the item, are defined and supported by an example.
28 TCVN 8021-5:2017

(ISO/IEC 15459-5:2007)

Information technology – Unique identifiers – Part 6: Unique identifier for product groupings TCVN 8021-6:2009 specifies a unique, non-significant string of characters for the unique identifier of product groupings. The character string is intended to be represented in linear bar code and two-dimensional symbols, radio frequency identification (RFID) transponder or other automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) media attached to the product and/or material to meet the management needs in a batch or lot unit. To address management needs, different classes of item are recognised in the various parts of TCVN 8021-6:2009. This allows different requirements to be met by the unique identifiers of each class.

The unique identifier for product grouping enables a product grouping defined by a batch or lot number to be uniquely identified from all other lots and batches compliant with TCVN 8021-6:2009. Encoding this unique identifier in a data carrier enables information about the quality of product and end-of-life processing to be clearly identified.

The rules for the unique identifier for product grouping, to identify the unique occurrence of that quality, are defined and supported by an example.

29 TCVN 8468: 2010 Article number and bar code – Application rules of GS1 number and bar code for payment slips This standard specifies the rules applicable GS1 barcode for payment slip used in open environments . This standard is applied to organizations providing services (the bill maker) wishing that barcode content was expressed on the payment slip with GS1 article numbers and barcodes so it can be read by the scanner.

This standard does not specify specification for barcode representing codes for payment slip.

30 TCVN 8469: 2010 Article number and bar code – GS1 number for Custom Trade Items – Specification This standard specifies the specification and architecture for GS1 number for Custom Trade Items arccording to the orders .

This standard does not specify specification for barcode representing GS1 number for Custom Trade Items arccording to the orders.

31 TCVN 8470: 2010 Article number and bar code – Application rules of GS1 number and bar code for Customer Specific Articles This standard specifies the rules of application for GS1 number and barcode for customer specific articles.

This standard does not specify specification for barcode representing GS1 number for customer specific articles.

32 TCVN 8655:2010

(ISO/IEC 15438:2006)

Information technology – Automatic identification and data capture techniques – PDF417 bar code symbology specification The technology of bar coding is based on the recognition of patterns of bars and spaces of defined dimensions. There are various methods of encoding information in bar code form, known as symbologies, and the rules defining the translation of characters into bars and space patterns and other essential features are known as the symbology specification.

TCVN 8655:2010 specifies the requirements for the bar code symbology known as PDF417. It specifies PDF417 symbology characteristics, data character encodation, symbol formats, dimensions, error correction rules, reference decoding algorithm, and a number of application parameters.

33 TCVN 8656-1:2010

(ISO/IEC 19762-1:2008)

Information technology – Automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) techniques – Harmonized vocabulary – Part 1: General terms relating to AIDC ISO/IEC 19762-1:2008 provides general terms and definitions in the area of automatic identification and data capture techniques on which are based further specialized sections in various technical fields, as well as the essential terms to be used by non-specialist users in communication with specialists in automatic identification and data capture techniques.
34 TCVN 8656-2:2011

(ISO/IEC 19762-2:2008)

Information technology – Automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) techniques – Harmonized vocabulary – Part 2: Optically readable media (ORM) This part of ISO/IEC 19762 provides terms and definitions unique to optically readable media (ORM) in the area of automatic identification and data capture techniques. This glossary of terms enables the communication between non-specialist users and specialists in ORM through a common understanding of basic and advanced concepts.
35 TCVN 9085:2011 Article number and bar code – GS1 coupon number and bar code for restricted geographic distribution – Specification This standard is used for numbering promotional coupons for manufacturers and retailers as well as tokens with monetary value, such as gift tokens, book tokens, food stamps, record vouchers, luncheon vouchers, and social security tokens.

The structure of GS1 System coupon numbers specified in this standard ensures uniqueness against all other GS1 System numbers only when used within the monetary area of Vietnam (VND).

36 TCVN 9086:2011 GS1 number and bar code – GS1 glossary terms and definitions This standard provides terms and definitions used in GS1 system. This glossary of terms and definitions enable non-specialist users and specialists in common understanding of basic and advanced concepts of GS1 system.
37 TCVN 8656-3:2012

(ISO/IEC 19762-3:2008(E))

 

Information technology – Automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) techniques – Harmonized vocabulary –

Part 3: Radio frequency identification (RFID)

This part of ISO/IEC 19762 provides terms and definitions unique to radio frequency identification (RFID) in the area of automatic identification and data capture techniques. This glossary of terms enables the communication between non-specialist users and specialists in RFID through a common understanding of basic and advanced concepts.
38 TCVN 8656-4:2012

(ISO/IEC 19762-4:2008(E))

 

Information technology – Automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) techniques – Harmonized vocabulary –

Part 4: General terms relating to radio communications

This part of ISO/IEC 19762 provides general terms and definitions relating to radio communications in the area of automatic identification and data capture techniques. This glossary of terms enables the communication between non-specialist users and specialists in radio communication through a common understanding of basic and advanced concepts.
39 TCVN 8656-5:2012

(ISO/IEC 19762-5:2008(E))

 

Information technology – Automatic identification and

data capture (AIDC) techniques – Harmonized vocabulary –

Part 5: Locating systems

This part of ISO/IEC 19762 provides terms and definitions unique to locating systems in the area of automatic identification and data capture techniques. This glossary of terms enables the communication between non-specialist users and specialists in locating systems through a common understanding of basic and advanced concepts.
40 TCVN 9987:2013 Global Document Type Identifier (GDTI) – Specification This standard defines all specification for GDTI.
41 TCVN 8021-8:2013

(ISO/IEC 15459-8:2009)

Information technology – Unique identifiers –

Part 8: Grouping of transport units

TCVN 8021-8:2013 (ISO/IEC 15459-8:2009) specifies a unique, non-significant, string of characters for the unique identifier for grouping of transport units. The character string might be represented in a bar code label or other AIDC media associated with the items that make up the grouping to meet supply chain needs and regulatory needs (e.g. customs clearance). An individual instance of an entity is aptly identified by a unique identifier defined in other parts of ISO/IEC 15459. This relationship has to be communicated to the business partners according to the business need and the unique identifier for the grouping might be used as a reference number only or marked in addition to the existing identifier. To address management needs, different classes of items are recognized in the various parts of ISO/IEC 15459, which allows different requirements to be met by the unique identifiers associated with each class. ISO/IEC 15459-8:2009 defines the rules for the grouping of transport units to identify the multiple physical units that make up a single shipment from a consignor and are treated as a single logical grouping for customs and other shipping requirements.
42 TCVN 9988:2013

(ISO 12875:2011)

Traceability of finfish products – Specification on the information to be recorded in captured finfish distribution chains TCVN 9988:2013 (ISO 12875:2011) specifies the information to be recorded in marine-captured finfish supply chains in order to establish the traceability of products originating from captured finfish. It specifies how traded fishery products are to be identified, and the information to be generated and held on those products by each of the food businesses that physically trade them through the distribution chains. It is specific to the distribution for human consumption of marine-captured finfish and their products, from catch through to retailers or caterers.
43 TCVN 9989:2013

(ISO 12877:2011)

Traceability of finfish products – Specification on the information to be recorded in farmed finfish distribution chains TCVN 9989:2013 (ISO 12877:2011) specifies the information to be recorded in farmed finfish supply chains in order to establish the traceability of products originating from farmed finfish. It specifies how traded fishery products are to be identified, and the information to be generated and held on those products by each of the food businesses that physically trade them through the distribution chains. It is specific to the distribution for human consumption of farmed finfish and their products, from finfish meal, breeding and finfish farming through to retailers or caterers.
44 TCVN 10577:2014 Article numbering and barcoding – Global Shipment Identification Number (GSIN) and Global Identification Number for Consignment (GINC) – Specifications This standard specifies how to identify shipment and consignment globally

 

45 TCVN 10578:2014

(ISO 10377:2013)

Consumer product safety – Guidelines for suppliers This International Standard provides practical guidance to suppliers on assessing and managing the safety of consumer products, including effective documentation of risk assessment and risk management to meet applicable requirements.

This International Standard describes how to:

— identify, assess, reduce or eliminate hazards;

— manage risks by reducing them to tolerable levels;

— provide consumers with hazard warnings or instructions essential to the safe use or disposal of consumer products.

This International Standard is intended to apply to consumer products, but might also be applicable to decisions concerning safety in other product sectors.

 

46 TCVN  10579:2014

(ISO 10393:2013)

Consumer product recall – Guidelines for suppliers This International Standard provides practical guidance to suppliers on consumer product recalls and other corrective actions after the product has left the manufacturing facility. Other corrective actions include, but are not limited to, refunds, retrofit, repair, replacement, disposal and public notification.

This International Standard is intended to apply to consumer products, but might also be applicable to other sectors.

47 TCVN 11128:2015 Article numbering and bar coding – Symbol placement specification This standard specifies areas on item  packages to place symbol
48 TCVN 12106:2017

(ISO 17442:2012)

Financial services – Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) This International Standard specifies the elements of an unambiguous legal entity identifier (LEI) scheme to identify the legal entities relevant to any financial transaction. The term “legal entities” includes, but is not limited to, unique parties that are legally or financially responsible for the performance of financial transactions or have the legal right in their jurisdiction to enter independently into legal contracts, regardless of whether they are incorporated or constituted in some other way (e.g. trust, partnership, contractual). It excludes natural persons, but includes governmental organizations and supranationals. The LEI is designed for automated processing. It may also be conveniently used in other media interchange when appropriate (e.g. paper document exchange).
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