posted on 8:56 AM, May 14, 2018
The latest issue of ESTA Standards Watch is now available at http://estalink.us/noj1p.
News items in this issue include:
- ESTA Publishes Three Standards
- ESTA Plugfest 20-23 July 2018
- Event Safety Alliance Publishes an Interpretation of the Nevada OSHA Training Law
- Louisiana Prepares to Limit Professional Certification Claims
- NFPA 3000 (PS), Standard for an Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response Program, Published
- NIST Releases Version 1.1 of Its Cybersecurity Framework
- FCC Seeks Comment on Shared Use of 3.7-4.2 GHz
- WTO TBTS: VOCs in California, EMC including entertainment lighting in Canada, Canadian MEPS, 5.2 GHz for LANs in Japan
- ANSI Public Reviews: welding, spray foam, local exhaust ventilation, lighting data files, software engineering vocabulary, small unmanned aircraft, body repair tools, construction health & safety by design
- New ANS Projects: laminated wood, LON via radio and powerlines, building resiliency, effects of charge on human beings and livestock, school and office lighting for alertness, IES method for evaluating light source color rendition
- Final Actions on American National Standards: below-the-hook lifting devices, orthographic and pictorial views, green smart home and residential quarter control network protocol, approved method for photometric testing of entertainment lighting luminaires, safety and performance of portable generators
- Draft IEC & ISO Documents: industrial systems, electrical interface for self ballasted lamps and controlgear in phase-cut dimmed lighting systems, luminaires, LED packages for general lighting, eddy current testing, safety signs for people unable to walk, analogue voltage dimming interface for electronic light source controlgear
- Recently Published IEC & ISO Documents: two pages including C++, DALI, Zhaga, and data cabling
- TSP Meeting Schedule with even MORE meetings
- TSP Donors Who Have Made Long-Term, Multi-Year Pledges
- Investors in Innovation, supporters of ESTA's Technical Standards Program. Thank you!
The archive of all the Standards News and Standards Watch issues back to the beginning of 2011 is available at http://estalink.us/nn7a1.