When a standard is infringed, you may need to take further action to correctly account for this in your application. The correct action depends on the circumstances as follows:
The infringement is covered by a specific activity. Where a specific activity accounts for an infringement (e.g. buildings infringing standard X.X.X), go to the activities page and add this specific activity so a reason for consent is added.
The infringement is a general infringement. Where a standard must be complied with is infringed and there is no specific activity to account for this, it can result in a general infringement. To add this, go to the activities page and C1.9(2) general infringements will appear at the bottom of the activities lists where they can be added.
If the standard is shown to support assessment only. In rare cases, a standard may not need to be complied with but is relevant to later assessments. In these cases, simply infringe the standard and this will be output along with other standards compliance. You can clarify why it has been included in your comment/assessment against the standard (i.e. this standard has been included to support assessment...)