The complete EMC Product Standard
Because virtually every type of electrical or electronic product requires its EMC performance to be assessed at one time or another in its life, the IEC takes a highly systematic approach in building up its EMC standardization system.
All the detailed guidelines on how to draft EMC publications are contained in IEC Guide 107.
If you are an expert already working on standardization in the IEC, you can download it free of charge. If not, it can be purchased from the IEC Webstore. You can also download a free short introduction to Guide 107 in PDF format.
Reference to basic EMC Standards
EMC product Standards look at both emissions and immunity in the light of every kind of disturbance relevant to the product in its given environment. The product committees developing these publications should refer to the basic EMC Standards as far as possible and, in particular, they must not allow higher emission levels than those specified in the generic emission Standards or in an applicable EMC product family Standards.
On the other hand, they are in principle free to specify their own immunity requirements and test levels, although again preferably applying the test methods and values in the relevant basic EMC Standards so that standardized test equipment can be used most cost-effectively.
Where these restrictions cause difficulties, product committees should discuss the issues with the relevant committee that has 'horizontal' functions, in this case usually IEC TC 77 or CISPR.