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  • Security Standards
    11:00 -12:00
    2018.11.01

    “The Country School” | Winslow Homer

    Walk through the rapidly expanding constellation of education facility security standards

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  • Performance Arts & Events
    11:00 -12:00
    2018.11.05

    A walk through the status of the various consensus documents that set the standard of care for safety and sustainability in performance art and special event facilities.

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  • ICC Group B Markup
    11:00 -12:00
    2018.11.08

    “Boathouses and Lobster Pots”, Fairfield Porter | Amherst University Art Museum

    Prepare public input for the next revision of the Group B Codes; the International Energy Conservation Code, among them.  We will start by reviewing the existing editions of the Group B Codes and drafting proposals to advance our #TotalCostofOwnership agenda.

    https://standardsmichigan.com/open-door-teleconference-login-information/

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  • ISO Accessibility Comments due
    All day
    2018.11.09

    International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Call for U.S. Participants ISO Strategic Advisory Group – Accessibility

    Response Deadline: November 9, 2018

    Please be advised that the ISO Technical Management Board (ISO/TMB) has agreed to create
    a new ISO Strategic Advisory Group (SAG) on Accessibility for an initial period of 2 years with
    the following mandate:

    • Align work on accessibility issues within IEC, ITU and ISO in line with the
    recommendations from 2010, to address, decide and monitor key issues related to
    accessibility;
    • Map existing ISO standards related to accessibility;
    • Map ongoing standardization work in ISO, IEC and ITU relating to accessibility;
    • Take into account other relevant international initiatives;
    • Develop recommendations on tools to assist the TC community in developing
    standards that take accessibility into consideration;
    • Liaise with CEN and CLC to exchange best practices and study results from CEN
    Strategic advisory group on accessibility;
    • Give recommendations to ISO on the development of new standards on
    accessibility.

    ANSI is seeking two (2) U.S. experts to serve on the SAG as well as additional U.S expert to
    populate a U.S. Virtual Technical Advisory Group (VTAG). It is anticipated that this project will
    start in December 2018 or January 2019.

    Experts interested in participating should contact ANSI’s Arpana Patel by email at
    apatel@ansi.org by November 9.

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  • Security Standards
    11:00 -12:00
    2018.11.12

    “The Country School” | Winslow Homer

    A walk through the expanding domain of security standards that pertain to the US education facility industry

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  • Healthcare Facilities
    11:00 -12:00
    2018.11.20

    University of Utah Hospital

    Overview of developments in ICC, NFPA, IEEE, NEMA, ASHRAE, ASME and other codes and standards determining #TotalCostofOwnership of university-affiliated healthcare facilities.

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  • Food Safety Standards
    11:00 -11:30
    2018.11.21

     

    Many universities have hundreds of commercial kitchens in residence halls, athletic arenas and university affiliated hospitals

    Overview of codes and standards relevant to the food service enterprises in student housing and university-affiliated healthcare systems.

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  • California State University Choir
    All day
    2018.11.25

    California State University Long Beach Choir | “Somewhere” (from West Side Story) | Leonard Bernstein

    California State University Long Beach Choir

     

    https://youtu.be/mRmv71vuyCI

     

    https://twitter.com/csulb

  • UL Mass Notification Comments Due
    07:27
    2018.11.25

     

    BSR/UL 2572-201x, Standard for Safety for Mass Notification Systems (revision of ANSI/UL 2572-2016a) A proposal for the second edition of UL 2572 intends to include an alternative means utilizing adhesives to provide mechanical securement of parts.
    Click here to view these changes in full
    Send comments (with copy to psa@ansi.org) to: Paul Lloret, (510) 319-4269, Paul.E.Lloret@ul.com

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  • ASABE Livestock Ventilation Comments Due
    All day
    2018.11.26

    Michigan State University

    ANSI | PDF Page 4

    BSR/ASAE EP282.2-1993 (R201x), Design Values for Emergency Ventilation and Care of Livestock and Poultry (reaffirmation of ANSI/ASAE EP282.2-1993 (R2013)) Many natural, man-made, and unexpected events (i.e., power interruptions, equipment failures, extreme weather condition, storms, and natural disasters) occur requiring temporary emergency ventilation and care of livestock and poultry. These events may require either short term (i.e., minutes to days) or long term (i.e., weeks to months) temporary emergency ventilation. The purpose of this Engineering Practice is to provide data and guidelines to assist designing emergency ventilation, feeding, watering, and lighting systems for livestock and poultry.

    Single copy price: 65.00 (non-members) / $44.00 (ASABE members)
    Obtain an electronic copy from: walsh@asabe.org
    Order from: Jean Walsh, (269) 932-7027, walsh@asabe.org
    Send comments (with copy to psa@ansi.org) to: Same

  • ASHRAE 135 Elevator Comments Due
    All day
    2018.11.26

    University of Wisconsin

    ANSI | PDF Page 4

  • ASME Building Maintenance Platform Comments Due
    All day
    2018.11.26

    Massachusetts institute of Technology

     

    BSR/ASME A120.1-201x, Safety Requirements for Powered Platforms and Traveling Ladders and Gantries for Building Maintenance
    (revision of ANSI/ASME A120.1-2014)

    This Standard establishes safety requirements for powered platforms (scaffolds) for buildings where window cleaning and related services are accomplished by means of suspended equipment at heights in excess of 35 ft (11 m) above a safe surface (e.g., grade, street, floor, or roof level). Additionally, this Standard establishes safety requirements for permanent traveling ladders and gantries (TLG).

    Single copy price: Free
    Obtain an electronic copy from: http://cstools.asme.org/publicreview
    Order from: Mayra Santiago, ASME; ansibox@asme.org
    Send comments (with copy to psa@ansi.org) to: Elijah Dominguez, (212) 591-8521, domingueze@asme.org

     

    https://share.ansi.org/Shared%20Documents/Standards%20Action/2018-PDFs/SAV4941.pdf

  • SCC-18 Policy & Practice Comments Due
    10:22
    2018.11.26

    http://sites.ieee.org/scc18/

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    • ASABE Livestock Ventilation Comments Due
      All day
      2018.11.26

      Michigan State University

      ANSI | PDF Page 4

      BSR/ASAE EP282.2-1993 (R201x), Design Values for Emergency Ventilation and Care of Livestock and Poultry (reaffirmation of ANSI/ASAE EP282.2-1993 (R2013)) Many natural, man-made, and unexpected events (i.e., power interruptions, equipment failures, extreme weather condition, storms, and natural disasters) occur requiring temporary emergency ventilation and care of livestock and poultry. These events may require either short term (i.e., minutes to days) or long term (i.e., weeks to months) temporary emergency ventilation. The purpose of this Engineering Practice is to provide data and guidelines to assist designing emergency ventilation, feeding, watering, and lighting systems for livestock and poultry.

      Single copy price: 65.00 (non-members) / $44.00 (ASABE members)
      Obtain an electronic copy from: walsh@asabe.org
      Order from: Jean Walsh, (269) 932-7027, walsh@asabe.org
      Send comments (with copy to psa@ansi.org) to: Same

    • ASHRAE 135 Elevator Comments Due
      All day
      2018.11.26

      University of Wisconsin

      ANSI | PDF Page 4

    • ASME Building Maintenance Platform Comments Due
      All day
      2018.11.26

      Massachusetts institute of Technology

       

      BSR/ASME A120.1-201x, Safety Requirements for Powered Platforms and Traveling Ladders and Gantries for Building Maintenance
      (revision of ANSI/ASME A120.1-2014)

      This Standard establishes safety requirements for powered platforms (scaffolds) for buildings where window cleaning and related services are accomplished by means of suspended equipment at heights in excess of 35 ft (11 m) above a safe surface (e.g., grade, street, floor, or roof level). Additionally, this Standard establishes safety requirements for permanent traveling ladders and gantries (TLG).

      Single copy price: Free
      Obtain an electronic copy from: http://cstools.asme.org/publicreview
      Order from: Mayra Santiago, ASME; ansibox@asme.org
      Send comments (with copy to psa@ansi.org) to: Elijah Dominguez, (212) 591-8521, domingueze@asme.org

       

      https://share.ansi.org/Shared%20Documents/Standards%20Action/2018-PDFs/SAV4941.pdf

    • SCC-18 Policy & Practice Comments Due
      10:22
      2018.11.26

      http://sites.ieee.org/scc18/

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  • I-Code Group B Walk-through
    11:00 -11:30
    2018.11.28

    The University of Michigan has about 36 million square feet of interior built environment subject to ICC building codes

    Monthly overview of the status of International Code Council codes and standards relevant to the education facilities industry

    ICC Meetings

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  • Finance Standards
    11:00 -11:30
    2018.11.30

    Colby College Museum of Art | “The Trapper” | Winslow Homer

    An overview of the titles, scopes, revision cycles and public commenting opportunities presented by education industry consensus standards developers, trade associatins and government agencies involved in the finance of the US education industry.  Use the login credentials at the top right of our home page.

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