A review of education facility industry consensus and open source standards that set the standard of care for premises security, emergency management and active shooter events. We are active in about 10 standards, or parts of standards. We will likely be marking up redlines open for public review or setting up breakout sessions to “get down in the weeds” if necessary. It is usually necessary.
Status check on standards action that guide laboratory safety and sustainability in all building disciplines. There are about ten standards developers in this space and they do not all move in a coordinated manner among themselves; much less from state-to-state. Anyone is welcomed to join this teleconference with the login information below. For an agenda, please join our mailing list.
A review of the comments on comments forwarded to USNA/IEC regarding:
IEC TS 62913-2-3 ED1: Generic Smart Grid Requirements – Part 2-3: Domains – Resources connected to the grid related domains, these include Bulk Generation, Distributed Energy Resources, Smart Home / Commercial / Industrial / DR-Customer Energy Management, and Energy Storage
IEC TS 62913-2-2 ED1: Generic Smart Grid Requirements – Part 2-2: Market related Domain
EC TS 62913-2-2 ED1: Generic Smart Grid Requirements – Part 2-2: Market related Domain
Examine public input for the 2020 National Electrical Code that is relevant to the education facilities industry and prepare public comment. The second of three breakout teleconferences ahead of the August 30th deadline.
BSR/NSF 14-201x (i97r3), Plastics Piping System Components and Related Materials (revision of ANSI/NSF 14-2017). This Standard establishes minimum physical, performance, and health effects requirements for plastic piping system components and related materials. These criteria were established for the protection of public health and the environment. Click here to view these changes in full: ANSI Standards Action | PDF Pages 32-33
Send comments (with copy to email@example.com) to: Jason Snider, (734) 418-6660, firstname.lastname@example.org
Status check on the rapidly expanding constellation of consensus and open source standards that will guide safety and sustainability regulations for the emergent #SmartCampus. Of the 250-odd ANSI accredited standards developers we count about 50 of them active in capturing some aspect of the Internet of Things transformation. There are even more open source standards developers in this space. As is our custom, we will focus on public commenting opportunities that consensus and open source standards developers; scheduling breakout work sessions with user-interest subject matter experts as necessary.
New England Institute of Technology, East Greenwich, Rhode Island.
Review and interactive discussion of codes and standards appearing in several hundred design, construction, operation & maintenance documents distributed to suppliers to the education facility industry. This is a chance for design and engineering staffs to learn about what other institutions are doing with respect to establishing accepted good practice, conforming to safety and sustainability regulations, and what local adaptations and modifications these institutions are making to national and international standards.
Examine public input for the 2020 National Electrical Code that is relevant to the education facilities industry and prepare public comment. The last of three breakout teleconferences ahead of the August 30th deadline.