List of ISO committees in liaison
|ISO/TC 12||Quantities and units||A|
|ISO/TC 34||Food products||A|
|ISO/TC 37||Terminology and other language and content resources||A|
|ISO/TC 91||Surface active agents||A|
|ISO/TC 156||Corrosion of metals and alloys||A|
|ISO/TC 201||Surface chemical analysis||A|
|ISO/TC 212||Clinical laboratory testing and in vitro diagnostic test systems||A|
|ISO/REMCO||Committee on reference materials||A|
|ISO/TC 201/SC 1||Terminology||A|
|ISO/TC 201/SC 2||General procedures||A|
|ISO/TC 201/SC 3||Data management and treatment||A|
|ISO/TC 201/SC 4||Depth profiling||A|
|ISO/TC 201/SC 6||Secondary ion mass spectrometry||A|
|ISO/TC 201/SC 7||Electron spectroscopies||A|
|ISO/TC 34/SC 11||Animal and vegetable fats and oils||A|
|ISO/TC 34/SC 2||Oleaginous seeds and fruits and oilseed meals||A|
|ISO/TC 34/SC 6||Meat, poultry, fish, eggs and their products||A|
|ISO/TC 35/SC 10||Test methods for binders for paints and varnishes||A|
|ISO/TC 61/SC 1||Terminology||A|
Liaisons A: Organizations that make an effective contribution to the work of the technical committee or subcommittee for questions dealt with by this technical committee or subcommittee.
Liaisons B: Organizations that have indicated a wish to be kept informed of the work of the technical committee or subcommittee.
Liaisons C: Organizations that make a technical contribution to and participate actively in the work of a working group (for ISO/IEC JTC1 only).
Liaisons D: Organizations that make a technical contribution to and participate actively in the work of a working group.