The job of a Technical Committee (TC) is to work on technical documents.
Small teams are always faster and more efficient, therefore the work is executed in specific groups.
These groups are composed of people from all around the world who are experts in electrotechnology. The great majority of them come from industry, others come from commerce, government, test laboratories, research laboratories, academia and consumer groups.

Project team (PT)

If there is a new work item, the experts form a PT, which operates under the responsibility of a project leader.

Maintenance team (MT)

Is formed if revision of a standard is required,which operates under a convenor.

Disbanded teams

Once the project or the maintenance work has been completed, the teams are disbanded.

Working group (WG)

Project or maintenance teams may either be grouped together into a WG or report directly to the parent committee.

Collaboration with other Technical Committees

Technical Committees and Subcommittees maintain liaisons. In order to be effective, the liaison operates in both directions.
Official liaison officers are responsible for the collaboration with the different groups.

TC 111 liaison with:

TC 111 liaison with:


Product properties and classes and their identification

TC 10

Fluids for electrotechnical applications

SC 22H

 Uninterruptible power
systems (UPS)

TC 47

Semiconductor devices

TC 59

Performance of household and similar electrical appliances