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Coordinator of the U.S. standards and conformity assessment system
Coordinator of the U.S. standards and conformity assessment system

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In celebration of the 100th anniversary of its founding, we invite you to create a haiku that distills the essence of a voluntary standard to just 17 syllables. We’re collecting original submissions now through October 19, 2018 (the date of ANSI’s founding 100 years ago) -- and will select winners in five categories: technically relevant, funny, traditional, poetic/beautiful, and overall best haiku.
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Water mist systems absorb heat, displace oxygen, or block radiant heat to control, suppress, or extinguish fires.
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Like when navigating your way out of a parking deck, the 2019 edition of the standard for parking structures was prepared by an NFPA committee that needed to consider all relevant factors associated with fire protection and egress.
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Cellulose hasn't been produced since 1950, but it's highly flammable can emit an incredibly toxic gas.
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Here's our breakdown of ISO quality management standards for customer satisfaction. They have all been revised.
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Lifestyle shifts have increased the number of restaurants, which has heightened the demand for commercial food equipment. This NSF International standard sets sanitation guidelines for materials used in the construction of commercial food equipment.
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Even identical twins have different fingerprints. Here's why.
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A customer focused environment is advantageous for any organization.
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ISO/IEC 27005 has been updated to better handle risk in information security.
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They reach heights up to 450 feet, attain speeds around 150 miles per hour, and stretch beyond 8,000 feet in length. The ASTM F24 Committee helps to keep them safe.
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