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ESTA’s Technical Standards Program Announces New Website

posted on 10:52 AM, November 30, 2018
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ESTA's Technical Standards Program now has a new website with greatly improved navigation at http://tsp.esta.org. The new site makes finding the information you need much easier. A simple array of large icons on the homepage help you get directly to your relevant pages. Within each area, simplified menus on the right-hand side offer quick-links to popular pages and allow visitors to hop from page to page without having to go back to the main menu. The hover-over, drop-down submenus are gone, making the new site easier to navigate on a mobile device. It's thumb-friendly!


The new site has been organized to make the most visited pages easier to find; one click will take you directly to the page where you can download any standard free of charge (courtesy of ProSight Specialty Insurance), or to documents in public review so you can participate in the standards development process. If you want to join a working group or find out when the next meeting is, all that is also available with one click from the home page. 

 Plus, every page now asks you to become an Investor in Innovation. ESTA's Technical Standards Program is volunteer-driven and donation-funded. Click on "making a donation" and become an Investor in Innovation!

For more information, please visit http://tsp.esta.org or write to standards@esta.org.

ESTA, the Entertainment Services and Technology Association, is a non-profit trade association based in North America with members around the world. ESTA's members are responsible for creating some of the most important programs in our industry including the Technical Standards Program, Entertainment Technician Certification Program and Rental Guard. By joining ESTA you are investing in the future of the entertainment technology industry. Membership in ESTA supports: increasing safety through the development of standards and certifications; educating members and providing business resources to increase profitability; representing the interests of the industry to government, regulatory bodies, and related industries; and raising the bar for ethical and professional behavior.

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