Help Develop Consensus Industry Standards on Automation
Join the world’s leading experts on automation technology and applications in developing consensus industry standards. All you need is:
Most committees conduct much of their work online or through conference calls. There is no charge for committee participation and you are not required to be an ISA member.
ISA standards committees have two membership types:
The committee and the chair will evaluate your qualifications and the committee balance needs (between six categories including suppliers, users, and generalists) before determining your membership type. Only one voting member from a company may participate but another employee may be designated as the alternate voter, and others may join as information members.
Would you like to join a committee? If so, please complete our ISA standards committee participation form.
Propose a New ISA Standard
Do you see an area where standards could be improved or are non-existent? ISA welcomes suggestions for new consensus industry standards. ISA strives to be on the forefront in standards advancement and our development process assures a balanced input from a variety of contributors. No single company dominates and everyone's point of view is given fair and considered hearing. Consensus documents can be developed quickly as technical reports or as standards through a more thorough review process. In either case, the document is developed within ISA's ANSI-accredited process with the result being well-respected and widely used by industry.
Please complete our ISA standards development project proposal form. Your proposal will be given prompt consideration. To discuss your idea or for help in completing the information, please contact Charley Robinson, ISA Standards Manager, at 919-990-9213 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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