ICC Member Countries

ICC Country Membership is the highest level of affiliation within ICC. It is the primary means of influencing the association's activities and priorities and of directly benefiting from these outputs. Depending on country population there are three categories of country membership.

Country Member benefits:

  • Exclusive right to have own methods standardised/validated for international use
  • Be part of the ICC standardisation programme (upon invitation)
  • Have methods taken to ISO, CEN, etc. via ICC
  • Free online access to QAS - the official ICC journal (regular price € 194.-- for individuals resp. € 500.-- for institutions)
  • Get first-hand information about upcoming standards and work progress
  • Get updates of work progress in all ICC Working Groups and Task Forces
  • Possibility to host and/or co-organise International ICC Conferences, Congresses, workshops, Symposia and/or other events, with support and endorsement of ICC
  • 50% Discount on Conference and Workshop Organisation Service Fee, incl ICC logo and dissemination
  • 20% Discount for table-top / booth presentation at any ICC organised meeting
  • Mobility - be part of mobility programmes/exchange of personnel between countries, universities, research institutes
  • Offer your professional services via ICC
  • and more - see the Full list of benefits.
Exclusive benefits for country members only:
  • Free online access to all ICC Standard Methods for National Delegates and Deputy National Delegates (save € 1.000.--!)
  • 50%  discount on registration for ICC officials and National Delegates at ICC organised events
  • 25% discount on registration for Deputy National Delegates at ICC organised events
  • Pre-publishing information on upcoming calls for EU projects and other international research projects for the National Delegate and Deputy NDs
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ICC appreciates the support of its Member Countries:

# Country (click for details) Entry yearsort icon National Delegate Deputy National Delegate(s)
1
 AT (Austria)
1958
2
 BE (Belgium)
1958
3
 CA (Canada)
1958
4
 DE (Germany)
1958
5
 US (United States)
1958
6
 AU (Australia)
1959
7
 FR (France)
1959
8
 NL (Netherlands)
1959
9
 UK (United Kingdom)
1959
10
 IT (Italy)
1960
11
 CH (Switzerland)
1960
12
 JP (Japan)
1966
13
 CN (China)
1990
14
 EE (Estonia)
1992
15
 LV (Latvia)
1996
16
 HR (Croatia)
1998
17
 LB (Lebanon)
1999
18
 SD (Sudan)
1999
19
 AR (Argentina)
2000
20
 RO (Romania)
2000
21
 TR (Turkey)
2002
22
 IE (Ireland)
2008
23
 CL (Chile)
2010
24
 NZ (New Zealand)
2013