Answered By: Patsy Chia
Last Updated: Feb 07, 2023     Views: 207

Singapore adopts most Eurocodes, some in full, others in parts. The prefix for Eurocodes adopted by Singapore is SS EN, and the prefix for the accompanying National Annexes is NA to SS EN.

NUS Libraries has all the Eurocodes adopted by Singapore and its accompanying National Annexes.

  • Soft copies are available in Singapore standards database. Access is limited to view-only, no downloading is allowed. Use Chrome, Firefox or Safari browsers when accessing this database.
  • Hard copies are available at Central Library, Level 5, Singapore-Malaysia Collection (SMC). Use FindMore/LINC to search. As the hard copies are current as of the time of publication, any amendments made post-publication will not be reflected. You are strongly advised to check the latest editions via the Singapore standards eShop website or the Singapore standards database.

If you need help finding Eurocodes, refer to Standards Subject Guide > Major Standards.

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