Yes, there are indeed standards for this.
Please have a look at IPC footprints. You will have to buy the full document.
A quick Google search can provide useable results - based on IPC - for common packages.
If you are planing to do high-volume production, my advice is: Talk to your assembly house. They know their processes and tweaks. They will provide footprint/paste recommendations based on real-world applications for almost any package and application.
The reason for this is: Today you are using the Vishay type resistor, tomorrow the same 10 kΩ 5% 0603 is 5 cents cheaper from a different brand, so you use this one for non-critical components. Therefore, using manufacturer specific footprints "locks you in." Furthermore, your assembly house may have specific knowledge regarding their process - giving a 2mil wider pad may result in 1% more yield in their process. Let them do their magic.
If you are doing mid/small-scale production, use the IPC standards; they won't be perfect, but good enough to get high-enough yield.
The reason is that most likely you will do batch production, therefore you can never know which type of resistor is available. Of course you can buy a 10k piece reel and store it between batches, but this is expensive so you want to use a generic approach. Furthermore, you may even switch assembly houses between batches. Using the "industry default" IPC-landpatterns will not be optimal but will fit all assemblers and requirements.
If you are doing hobby-scale products, just don't care. Use one common footprint and you are good to go - your CAD package will have these available already.
If you use standard packages (be it passive or ICs) there will be no warranty problems by using a generic IPC footprint - and your asembly house (if creditable) will know about long-term issues in their footprints.
If you are uing some "fancy-pants" package, then I would go with the manufacturer advice and talk with my assembly-house to see if they can see issues regarding yield.