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BS 7000-5:2001

Design management systems. Design management systems. Guide to managing obsolescence

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : October 2001 Replaced By : BS EN 62402:2007

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Obsolescence affects all products and it impacts upon all stages of their life cycle. Obsolescence is inevitable and it cannot be ignored but forethought and careful planning can minimize its impact and its potentially high costs.

The objective of obsolescence management is to ensure that obsolescence is managed as an integral part of design, development, production and in-service support in order to minimize cost and detrimental impact throughout the product life cycle.

Commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products and project-specific parts, e.g. new design tools and production processes, tend to have a much shorter life than those traditionally used. With the increased use of commercial parts in systems it has become essential to include obsolescence management within programme plans from the earliest stages. Furthermore environmental legislation has the potential to affect the use of some materials and should be considered at the outset of projects.

BS 7000-5:2001 address all these issues and gives guidance for establishing a framework for obsolescence management and for planning a cost-effective obsolescence management process that is applicable through all phases of the product life cycle.

This standard is applicable to all products that include electronic, electrical and electro-mechanical components, although its use can be extended to include other products and processes.

Obsolescence management is essential to achieve optimum cost-effectiveness throughout the life cycle of a product.




Standard NumberBS 7000-5:2001
TitleDesign management systems. Design management systems. Guide to managing obsolescence
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date15 October 2001
Withdrawn Date31 August 2007
Cross ReferencesBS 6079-1, BS EN ISO 10007, BS EN ISO 14001, BS EN ISO 14040, BS IEC 61508-1, BS IEC 61508-3, BS ISO 15686-1, BS ISO 15686-2, Def Stan 00-60 2: Integrated logistic support, PAS 2001, PD 6614, PD 6667, BS EN ISO 9000:2000, BS 6079-2:2000
Replaced ByBS EN 62402:2007
Draft Superseded By01/402159 DC
DescriptorsDesign, Systemology, Management, Obsolescent, Management operations, Project management, Planning, Duration, Life (durability), Electrical components, Electronic equipment and components, Maintenance, Quality assurance systems
ICS03.100.01
03.100.70
31.020
CommitteeDS/1/2
ISBN0 580 38448 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages18
File Size413.4 KB
Price£126.00


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