New guidance from ANSI and ULSE shows how to measure, articulate the impacts that voluntary consensus standards can have on public health and safety.
ANSI has approved the introduction of the standard ANSI/BIFMA X6.5-2022 Home Office and Occasional-Use Desk, Table and Storage Products.
New online learning program offers education, training to help cleaning professionals get knowledge and skills needed to clean for health effectively, efficiently, and safely.
The Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association has introduced a new standard for Hardware for Architectural Glass Openings, and revised five existing standards.
Safety Labeling Solution pairs a Brother thermal transfer 4" printer with intuitive safety signage design software, as well as a variety of label, ribbon, color, and size options needed to create signage for safety standards and codes.
Find door hardware to meet performance requirements using BHMA’s new Certified Product Directory.
The new standard has two performance levels, for 400-pound users and 600-pound users, and applies to lounge and public seating.
BOMA 2020 for Retail Properties: Standard Method of Measurement features new design, new format, and new features.
The BIM Council will lead the development of U.S. information management standards and building processes.
As a Standards Recognition Entity (SRE), the ANSI National Accreditation Board can now evaluate and recognize Industry-Recognized Apprenticeship Programs, including those in facilities management.
Changes to NSF/ANSI/CAN 61 standard for drinking water products in U.S. and Canada further restrict the amount of lead that can leach from plumbing products.
Illuminating Engineering Society and International Ultraviolet Association are collaborating on ANSI standards for measuring ultraviolet C-band sources used for disinfection.
The Snow & Ice Management Association (SIMA) released SIMA-10-2020 Standard Practice for Procuring and Planning Snow & Ice Management Services.
The new section of the standard, which is required by most commercial swimming pool codes, establishes minimum criteria for safety flooring at interactive water play venues.
A supplement to ASHRAE Standard 188, the revised Guideline 12-2000R is expected to be published later this year.
The Energy Management Professional credential from the Energy Management Association is accredited by the American National Standards Institute, and recognized by DOE Better Buildings Workforce Guidelines.
A recently published ANSI Standard for plumbing covers a broad range of water efficiency and safety concerns for facilities.
The Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association has added the A156.41-Door Hardware Single Motion to Egress standard to its A156 Standards Series.
Facility exteriors and entryways are riskiest areas for slip and fall, according to findings from commercial insurer CNA.
IFMA joins facility management advocates around the world in celebrating the publication of a third standard impacting the facility management industry in under six months.