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  • 1. ANSI WELLCOME
  • 2. AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE BY: Ahmad Bassiouny Evelean William
  • 3. WHAT WILL BE COVERED
    • What is the American National Standards Institute or ANSI?
    • Mission of ANSI
    • How your firm can benefit from ANSI
    • A closer look at ANSI
    • Industries that work with ANSI
  • 4. WHAT WILL BE COVERED
    • Services provided by ANSI
    • ANSI membership fee schedule
    • Real World Examples
    • Exercises
    • Summary
  • 5. WHAT IS ANSI?
    • ANSI is U.S. member for the International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
    • ANSI is the chief coordinating body of U.S. Standards System
    • ANSI uses voluntary consensus standards, it does not write the standards
  • 6. WHAT IS ANSI?
    • ANSI is made up of 1,000 U.S. associations
    • It was established in 1918
    • It represents a benchmark of excellence in standardization and conformity assessment systems
  • 7. MISSION OF ANSI
    • To enhance both the global competitiveness of U.S. business and the U.S. quality of life by promoting and facilitating voluntary consensus standards and conformity assessment systems, and safeguarding their integrity.
  • 8. HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION CAN BENEFIT FROM ANSI
    • ANSI has partnership with government concerning relevant issues
    • ANSI partners with U.S. Department of State and Commerce and U.S. Trade Representatives
    • Creates and advances markets in new technology
  • 9. HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION CAN BENEFIT FROM ANSI
    • Assess trends, events and processes from other business sectors
    • Shapes accreditation policy for U.S. standards developers
    • Member discounts on education and training, research and special publications
  • 10. HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION CAN BENEFIT FROM ANSI
    • Coordinates global business-to-business policy
    • Influences policy in international standards organization
    • Influences policy in non-U.S. national and regional standards bodies
  • 11. A CLOSER LOOK AT ANSI
    • Helps make products and systems safe, efficient and globally competitive
    • Fair and open process
    • Improves safety of products for consumers
  • 12. A CLOSER LOOK AT ANSI
    • Consensus decisions
    • Open participation
    • Maintained balance
    • Due process
  • 13. A CLOSER LOOK AT ANSI
    • Process is timely
    • Standards are relevant
    • Standards are responsive
    • Standards are performance-based
  • 14. INDUSTRIES WORKING WITH ANSI
    • Lumber & Timber
    • Construction equipment
    • Petroleum
    • Info Technology
    • Piping & fluid controls
    • Lasers
    • Safety Signage
    • Steel
    • Bar coding & automatic data capture
    • Environmental management
    • Safety & health for workers and consumers
    • Steel production and processing
    • Textiles
    • Automotive
  • 15. SERVICES OF ANSI
    • Education and Training Services on how to be smarter, quicker, more efficient, and more effective
    • Recommended Boardroom Plus, a comprehensive Insurance Program combining three key liabilities.
  • 16. SERVICES OF ANSI
    • Advertising with ANSI Reporter, the quarterly magazine of the American national Standards Institute
    • Electronic banner advertising with ANSI online
    • On-line information services such as ESS
  • 17. ANSI MEMBERSHIP FEES
  • 18. ANSI IN THE REAL WORLD
    • “ As we move forward, the United States must work to preserve the improvements standardization has already introduced in public health, safety and the environment. ”
    • Dr. Mark W. Hurwitz, CAE, ANSI President and CEO
  • 19. ANSI IN THE REAL WORLD
    • Dishwashers and ovens that operate remotely from a PDA, pager or cell phone are no longer science fiction fantasies. An important step in realizing a true networked or “ smart ” home, was achieved recently by the completion of a Connected Home Appliance Standard, pending approval as an American National Standard – New York News Release, March 22, 2002
  • 20. EXCERCISE
    • Q1: What is ANSI?
    • Q2: How would your organization
    • benefit from joining the American
    • Standards Institute?
    • Q3: What services are available as a
    • member of ANSI?
  • 21. EXCERCISE
    • Q4: What is ANSI ’ s mission?
    • Q5: How is ANSI related to I SO
    • (International Organization for
    • Standardization)?
    • Q6: What are a couple of websites where
    • information regarding ANSI is
    • available?
  • 22. SUMMARY
    • ANSI is the ISO representative for the U.S.
    • ANSI is a coordinator of consensus standards
    • ANSI offers many benefits to a firm
    • ANSI aims for safety
  • 23. SUMMARY
    • ANSI encourages open participation
    • ANSI has a timely and due process
    • ANSI ’ s standards are relevant, responsive and performance based
    • ANSI strives to maintain balance
  • 24. SUMMARY
    • ANSI works with a variety of industries to include steel, information technology, safety and health for workers and consumers
    • ANSI offers many services to its members to include education and training, advertising and on-line support.