Projet

NOTSEG

Normalisation et Sécurité globale. La formulation en normalisation du concept de sécurité globale
NOTSEG - Standardization and Societal Security - Standardization, a major sector of the economy, henceforth formulates rules concerning the security for citizens. - Field of concerned standards: security management, information, coordination, communication and command systems, doctrine of use of technologies (NRBC, video surveillance). OBJECTIVES - Providing a state of art in the field of societal security management standardization for industrials and public authorities. - Providing a comparative analysis of major standards. - Analysing bodies and conformity assessment activities including certification and accreditation. - Proposing a classification of standards and concepts related to security management.

– Taking part in the issuing of standards at an international level (ISO TC223
and CEN TC 391).
– Supporting public authorities concerning specific topics such as business continuity and crisis management.
– Publishing in scientific and professional journals.
– Organizing an international conference (2012), taking part in scientific
and professional conferences

Number of scientific articles published: 5

5 Journals :

– Juanals, B., Minel, J.L., 2012 : 17-23. « Monitoring the Standardization Writing Process, Theoretical Choices and Methodological Tools », Journal on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics 10, 4 (2012) USA.
– Dumortier T., 2012 : 1607-1638, « La certification au service de l’Administration : essai de typologie et enjeux juridiques », Revue de droit public, 2012.
– Picard J.-M., La Documentation française, 2011. « Sécurité globale : de Prague à Bangkok, les nouveaux enjeux de la normalisation technique ». Cahiers de la sécurité intérieure, INHES, Paris la documentation française.

Conferences :

– Lafréchoux M., Juanals B., Minel J.L., 2012 : 563-575. « KONTRAST : création d’un glossaire contrastif à partir d’un corpus de normes internationales », in JADT (Journées internationales d’analyse statistique des données textuelles) 2012, Liège, Belgique
– Picard J.-M., 2010. « Societal Security : First standards for business continuity and ISO 31000, concepts, similarities and differences »; communication avec actes, congrès LMU La Rochelle octobre 2010.

Number of patents filed: 0

Number of product’s innovation: 0

Number of product’s innovation service: 0

Number of projected jobs created: 0

Number of jobs maintained: 0

Number of related companies creation: 0