Update ETIM Classification Guidelines document

With the continuous international growth of ETIM and an ever more active participation of the local members in the ongoing development of the classification model, clear guidelines are essential to secure the quality and uniformity of the model.

Today we have published an updated (second) version of the ETIM Classification Guidelines document, adding important guidelines on for example the use of colours in ETIM. The updated document with a total of 35 pages adds 10 more pages to the previous version. A separate change log chapter summarizes the changes and additions to the previous version. This update was the first since 2013, but we expect to release updates more frequently in the future, at least once a year.

You can find a ‘clean’ version of the document in the download section under “classification and format”, for an easy overview of all exact changes we attached a version with all changes highlighted to this news item.