100 Newest Standards and Packages

ACP OCRP-5-2024

Recommended Practice for Design, Deployment, and Operation of Submarine Cable in the United States

This recommended practice spans the submarine cable life cycle from design,material selection, specification, manufacturing, transportation, storage,handling, installation and commissioning, to operations, maintenance, integrity verification and decommissioning of submarine cable systems.

ACP TR-1-2022

Wind Plant Power Performance Measurement Technical Report

This technical report provides a method for measuring power output versus wind speed for an entire wind farm. This is distinct from IEC 61400-12-1 and 61400-12-2 which are intended to provide methods for measuring power performance of an individual Wind Turbine Generator (WTG).

ANSI 100 Poster

ANSI 100th Anniversary Poster

2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). To celebrate, the Institute commissioned a custom art piece, created by Lawrence Romorini of One Of A Kind, Inc. Art Studio, that takes you on a journey through a century of standardization. Beginning at the top and moving counterclockwise, significant moments in ANSI's history are captured through objects, images, and reproductions. This 24 x 36 poster reproduction of the art piece makes a great gift for any standards fan. The retail price of $20.18 includes shipping to any U.S. mailing address. The poster will be subject to a 3-5 day handling period before shipping via USPS First Class Mail in a square mailing tube. The poster will be shipped with a 8.5 x 11 paper key that offers more detail about each item pictured. International customers should reach out to [email protected] for more information before ordering, as international shipping is not included in the price. The button at right reads "Buy PDF from ANSI" but please be aware that you are purchasing a hard-copy paper poster. For more information about ANSI's 100th anniversary or to see an interactive version of the art piece, visit www.ansi.org/100 .

ANSI B151.3-1982 (R1988)

Screen Changers - Construction, Care, and Use

Aims at eliminating injuries to operating, maintenance, and setup personnel working on or adjacent to screen changers and at minimizing accidental damage to equipment.

ANSI B151.6-1982 (R1988)

Slit Tape and Monofilament Post-Extrusion Equipment - Construction, Care, and Use

Applies to all monofilament postextrusion equipment, including quench tanks, slitting stands, draw rolls, delustering rolls, ovens, and yarn or thread winders.

ANSI B165.1-1991

Power Tools - Power-Driven Brushing Tools - Safety Requirements for Design, Care, and Use

Establishes the safety requirements for the design, care, and use of power-driven brushing tools to reflect the balanced best interests of the brush manufacturers, the brush users, and the brush machine manufacturers recognizing that safety must be a cooperative effort shared equally by each group.

ANSI B165.1-2005

Power Tools - Power-Driven Brushing Tools - Safety Requirements for Design, Care, and Use

The purpose of this standard is to establish the rules and specifications for safety that apply in the design, use, and care of powerdriven brushing tools. It includes specifications for shanks, adapters, flanges, collets, chucks, and safety guards and rules for the proper storage, handling, mounting, and use of brushes. It embraces all configurations of brushing tools whose functional performance is accomplished by power-driven operation. Covered are brushing tools whose brushing elements are made up of ferrous wire, nonferrous wire, plastic, abrasive filaments, vegetable fibers, animal hair, or other materials, and brushes fabricated with any combination of such elements.

ANSI B165.1-2010

Power Tools - Power-Driven Brushing Tools - Safety Requirements for Design, Care, and Use

The purpose of this standard is to establish the rules and specifications for safety that apply in the design, use, and care of powerdriven brushing tools. It includes specifications for shanks, adapters, flanges, collets, chucks, and safety guards and rules for the proper storage, handling, mounting, and use of brushes. It embraces all configurations of brushing tools whose functional performance is accomplished by power-driven operation. Covered are brushing tools whose brushing elements are made up of ferrous wire, nonferrous wire, plastic, abrasive filaments, vegetable fibers, animal hair, or other materials, and brushes fabricated with any combination of such elements.

ANSI B165.1-2013

Power Tools - Power-Driven Brushing Tools - Safety Requirements for Design, Care, and Use

The purpose of this standard is to establish the rules and specifications for safety that apply in the design, use, and care of powerdriven brushing tools. It includes specifications for shanks, adapters, flanges, collets, chucks, and safety guards and rules for the proper storage, handling, mounting, and use of brushes. It embraces configurations of brushing tools whose functional performance is accomplished by power-driven operation. Covered are brushing tools whose brushing elements are made up of ferrous wire, nonferrous wire, plastic, abrasive filaments, vegetable fibers, animal hair, or other materials, and brushes fabricated with any combination of such elements.

ANSI B165.1-2019

Power Tools - Power-Driven Brushing Tools - Safety Requirements for Design, Care, and Use

The purpose of this standard is to establish the rules and specifications for safety that apply in the design, use, and care of powerdriven brushing tools. It includes specifications for shanks, adapters, flanges, collets, chucks, and safety guards and rules for the proper storage, handling, mounting, and use of brushes. It embraces configurations of brushing tools whose functional performance is accomplished by power-driven operation. Covered are brushing tools whose brushing elements are made up of ferrous wire, nonferrous wire, plastic, abrasive filaments, vegetable fibers, animal hair, or other materials, and brushes fabricated with any combination of such elements.

ANSI B77.1-1999

Passenger Ropeways - Aerial Tramways, Aerial Lifts, Surface Lifts, Tows and Conveyors - Safety Requirements

Covers design, installation and operational procedures for Aerial Passenger Ropeways, which include Aerial Tramways, Aerial Lifts, Surface Lifts, Tows and Conveyeors. New material was added and reorganized for detachable grip specifications and the Wire Rope section. The Tows section was revised to address the usage in recreational tubing on snow. A new section covers Conveyors for skier transportation.

ANSI B77.1-2006

Passenger Ropeways - Aerial Tramways, Aerial Lifts, Surface Lifts, Tows and Conveyors - Safety Requirements

Covers design, installation and operational procedures for Aerial Passenger Ropeways, which include Aerial Tramways, Aerial Lifts, Surface Lifts, Tows and Conveyeors. New material was added and reorganized for detachable grip specifications and the Wire Rope section. The Tows section was revised to address the usage in recreational tubing on snow. A new section covers Conveyors for skier transportation.

ANSI B77.1-2011

Passenger Ropeways û Aerial Tramways, Aerial Lifts, Surface Lifts, Tows and Conveyors û Safety Requirements

This document establishes a standard for the design, manufacture, construction, operation, and maintenance of passenger ropeways. For this standard, passenger ropeway categories include: aerial tramways (single and double reversible); aerial lifts (detachable lifts, chair lifts, and similar equipment); surface lifts (T-bar lifts, J-bar lifts, platter lifts, and similar equipment); tows (wire rope and fiber rope tows); and conveyors

ANSI B77.1-2011 and ANSI B77.1a-2012

Passenger Ropeways - Aerial Tramways, Aerial Lifts, Surface Lifts, Tows and Conveyors - Safety Requirements

This document establishes a standard for the design, manufacture, construction, operation, and maintenance of passenger ropeways. For this standard, passenger ropeway categories include: aerial tramways (single and double reversible); aerial lifts (detachable lifts, chair lifts, and similar equipment); surface lifts (T-bar lifts, J-bar lifts, platter lifts, and similar equipment); tows (wire rope and fiber rope tows); and conveyors

ANSI B77.1-2017

Passenger Ropeways - Aerial Tramways, Aerial Lifts, Surface Lifts, Tows and Conveyors - Safety Standard

This document establishes a standard for the design, manufacture, construction, operation, and maintenance of passenger ropeways. For this standard, passenger ropeway categories include: aerial tramways (single and double reversible); aerial lifts (detachable lifts, chair lifts, and similar equipment); surface lifts (T-bar lifts, J-bar lifts, platter lifts, and similar equipment); tows (wire rope and fiber rope tows); conveyors.

ANSI B77.1-2022

Passenger Ropeways - Aerial Tramways, Aerial Lifts, Surface Lifts, Tows and Conveyors - Safety Requirements

This document establishes a standard for the design, manufacture, construction, operation, and maintenance of passenger ropeways. For this standard, passenger ropeway categories include: aerial tramways (single and double reversible); aerial lifts (detachable lifts, chair lifts, and similar equipment); surface lifts (T-bar lifts, J-bar lifts, platter lifts, and similar equipment); tows (wire rope and fiber rope tows); and conveyors.

ANSI B77.2-2004

Funiculars - Safety Requirements

Establishes a standard for the design, manufacture, construction, operation, and maintenance of funiculars for passenger transport. Funicular systems may have a single carrier, or group of carriers, that move back and forth on a guideway. Carriers reciprocate between the terminals, propelled and controlled by a wire rope or other flexible element operating through drive and tensioning equipment installed in the terminals.

ANSI B77.2-2014

Funiculars - Safety Requirements

This document establishes a standard for the design, manufacture, construction, operation, and maintenance of funiculars for passenger transport.

ANSI B77.2-2020

Funiculars  - Safety Requirements

This document establishes a standard for the design, manufacture, construction, operation, and maintenance of funiculars for passenger transport.

ANSI J-STD-710-2015

Audio, Video and Control Architectural Drawing Symbols Standard

This document provides a standardized set of architectural floor plan and reflected ceiling plan symbols for audio, video and control systems, with associated technologies such as environmental control and communication networks. The common set of blueprint icons represents all facets of pre-wire and installation of electronic systems, products and devices in residential and commercial environments. It also includes descriptions and guidelines for the use of these symbols. Joint standard from CEA, CEDIA and InfoComm.

ANSI MH2-2018

American National Standard for Materials Handling (Containers) - Steel Drums and Pails

The purpose of this standard is to identify dimensional characteristics for free-standing steel drums and pails most commonly used in domestic and export shipments.

ANSI N14.27-1986 (R1993)

Carrier and Shipper Responsibilities and Emergency Response Procedures for Highway Transportation Accidents Involving Truckload Quantities of Radioactive Materials

Provides parameters for emergency response procedures for shippers and carriers, and their interface with state and local law enforcement and fire personnel in the event of highway transportation accidents involving radioactive materials. A basic emergency action program is outlined along with supplemental steps to be taken when radioactive cargo is involved.

ANSI N14.29-1988

Radioactive Materials - Guide for Writing Operating Manuals for Packaging

Relates to the preparation and distribution of operating manuals for use, maintenance, and inspection of packaging for shipping radioactive materials. The standard prescribes the contents and their arrangement and contains a model manual that can be used as a pattern. It is generally applicable to packages for greater than A1/A2 quantity and highway route-controlled materials, but it should also be used to be the extent applicable for other packaging.

ANSI N14.30-1992

Nuclear Materials - Semi-Trailers Employed in the Highway Transport of Weight-Concentrated Radioactive Loads - Design, Fabrication, and Maintenance

This standard presents guidance and performance criteria for the safe highway truck transport of weight-concentrated radioactive loads. The standard provides detailed procedures for inservice inspections, testing, and quality assurance of these semi-trailer configurations (excluding the tractor).

ANSI N14.6-1993

Radioactive Materials - Special Lifting Devices for Shipping Containers Weighing 10 000 Pounds (4500 kg) or More

This American National Standard sets forth the requirements for design, fabrication, testing, maintenance, and quality assurance programs for special lifting devices for containers for radioactive materials.

ANSI N15.28-1991

Nuclear Materials Control - Guide for Qualification and Certification of Safeguards and Security Personnel

This standard integrates terminology and job/task assessments with training requirements to provide guidelines for facilities and organizations assets the need for qualification and certification of personnel performing safeguards tasks or functions. In defining the guidance for qualification and certification of safeguards personnel, this document addresses the applicable aspects of: 1) job/task assessments, 2) training of personnel, 3) evaluating and testing of methodologies, 4) requalification or recertification requirements, 5) disqualification or decertification requirements, and 6) documentation record keeping requirements pertaining to qualification and certification.

ANSI N15.28-2021

Methods of Nuclear Material Control - Guide for Qualification and Certification of Safeguards and Security Personnel

This guide explains the use of a systematic approach to training (SAT) for safeguards and security (S&S) personnel. The training program recommendations define the appropriate methodologies to analyse, design, develop, implement, and evaluate an S&S qualification program. It includes identifying and developing the knowledge and/or skill set that an individual should possess and demonstrate. The guide integrates terminology and the performance of job/task/needs analysis with training requirements to provide guidelines for facilities and organizations to develop and maintain qualification and certification of personnel performing S&S tasks or functions.

ANSI O5.1-2008

Wood Poles - Specifications & Dimensions

Consists of specifications and dimensions for wood utility poles that are to be given preservation treatment as specified by the purchaser. The poles described are considered as simple cantilever members subject to transverse loads only. Requirements for the preservation treatment of poles are not included although the effects of conditioning are accounted for.

ANSI O5.1-2015

Wood Poles - Specifications and Dimensions

This standard provides minimum specifications for the quality and dimensions of wood poles that are to be used as single-pole utility structures. The poles described herein are considered as simple cantilever members subject to transverse loads only. Fiber strength values, provided as a basis for determining pole class sizes, apply only to poles that meet or exceed the minimum quality specifications.

ANSI O5.1-2017

Wood Poles - Specifications and Dimensions

This standard provides minimum specifications for the quality and dimensions of wood poles that are to be used as single-pole utility structures. The poles described herein are considered as simple cantilever members subject to transverse loads only. Fiber strength values, provided as a basis for determining pole class sizes, apply only to poles that meet or exceed the minimum quality specifications.

ANSI O5.1-2022

Wood Poles: Specifications and Dimensions

This standard provides minimum specifications for the quality and dimensions of wood poles that are to be used as single-pole utility structures. The poles described herein are considered as simple cantilever members subject to transverse loads only. Fiber strength values, provided as a basis for determining pole class sizes, apply only to poles that meet or exceed the minimum quality specifications.

ANSI O5.2-2012

Structural Glued Laminated Timber for Utility Structures

Covers requirements for manufacturing and quality control of structural glued laminated timber of Southern Pine, Coastal Region Douglas Fir, Hem Fir and other species of similar treatability for electric power and communication structures. This standard is supplemental to ANSI/AITC A190.1 and provides descriptions of the special manufacturing and design requirements for glued laminated utility structures.

ANSI O5.2-2020

Structural Glued Laminated Timber for Utility Structures

This standard covers requirements for manufacturing and quality control of structural glued laminated timber of Southern Pine (longleaf, slash, shortleaf, loblolly), Coast Douglas-fir, Hem-Fir and other species of similar treatability for electric power and communication structures. The requirements are based on those in American National Standard for Structural Glued Laminated Timber, ANSI A190.1. This standard is supplemental to ANSI A190.1 and provides descriptions of the special manufacturing and design requirements for glued laminated utility structures. The term, structural glued laminated timber, as used in this standard, refers to an engineered,stress-rated product of a timber laminating plant comprising assemblies of specially selected and prepared wood laminations securely bonded together with adhesives. The grain of all laminations is approximately parallel longitudinally. They may comprise pieces end joined to form any length, or pieces placed or glued edge-to-edge to make wider ones or of pieces bent to curved form during gluing. Timbers manufactured in accordance with this standard can be stressed in axial tension or axial compression, loaded in bending parallel to or perpendicular to the wide face of the laminations, or any combination of the above. Members that are normally loaded in bending about one axis of a laminated timber may, under other loading conditions, be stressed about the other axis, or about both axes and shall be designed accordingly. See Standard Specifications for Structural Glued Laminated Timber of Softwood Species, ANSI 117, for descriptions of various arrangements of laminations within a laminated member. Other combinations of grades of lumber are available that may be more desirable and economical, depending upon the design and loading requirements of the timber and availability of various grades. All timbers produced in accordance with the requirements of this standard are intended for use in exterior construction and, therefore, will be exposed to both wet and dry conditions of use.

ANSI O5.3-2008

Solid Sawn-Wood Crossarms & Braces - Specifications & Dimensions

This standard consists of specifications covering solid sawn-wood crossarms and braces manufactured from costal Douglas-fir grown in the West Coast region and from dense Southern pine.

ANSI O5.3-2015

Solid Sawn Wood Crossarms and Braces - Specifications and Dimensions

This standard consists of specifications covering solid sawn-wood crossarms and braces manufactured from coastal Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii - variety menziesii) grown in the West Coast region (i.e., from the summit area of the Cascade Mountains of Washington, Oregon, California, and British Columbia, Canada) to the Pacific Ocean; and from dense Southern pine of the following species: longleaf pine (Pinus palustris), shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata), loblolly pine (Pinus taeda), and slash pine (Pinus elliottii). The specifications are intended to cover communications crossarms, power crossarms, heavy-duty crossarms, and heavy-duty braces. Crossarms are intended primarily for use as beams. Heavy-duty crossarms may also be used as struts or columns in braced H-frames. Braces are used for tension, compression-bracing, or both.

ANSI O5.3-2021

Solid Sawn Wood Crossarms, Braces, and Ground Wire Moulding:  Specifications and Dimensions

This standard consists of specifications covering solid sawn-wood crossarms and braces manufactured from coastal Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii - variety menziesii) grown in the West Coast region (i.e., from the summit area of the Cascade Mountains of Washington, Oregon, California, and British Columbia, Canada) to the Pacific Ocean; and from dense Southern pine of the following species: longleaf pine (Pinus palustris), shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata), loblolly pine (Pinus taeda), and slash pine (Pinus elliottii), as well as ground wire moulding manufactured from Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) or red oak (Quercus rubra group). The specifications are intended to cover communications crossarms, power crossarms, heavy-duty crossarms, heavy-duty braces, and ground wire moulding. Crossarms are intended primarily for use as beams. Heavy-duty crossarms may also be used as struts or columns in braced H-frames. Braces are used for tension and/or compression-bracing. Ground wire moulding is used to protect the ground wire at the base of the pole.

ANSI O5.4-2009

Naturally Durable Hardwood Poles û Specifications and Dimensions

Consist of specification and dimensions for Naturally Durable Hardwoods for utility wood poles. These wood species do not require preservative treatment for field use. The poles described are considered as simple cantilever members subject to transversal loads only.

ANSI O5.4-2017

Naturally Durable Hardwood Poles - Specifications and Dimensions

Consist of specification and dimensions for Naturally Durable Hardwoods for utility wood poles. These wood species do not require preservative treatment for field use. The poles described are considered as simple cantilever members subject to transversal loads only.

ANSI O5.5-2010

Wood Ground Wire Moulding - Specifications & Dimensions

This standard provides minimum specifications for the quality and dimenstions of wood moulding used to protect groun qires on utility pole structures.

ANSI O5.5-2010 (R2016)

Wood Ground Wire Moulding - Specifications and Dimension

This standard provides minimum specifications for the quality and dimensions of wood moulding used to protect ground wires on utility pole structures.

ANSI O5.5-2016

Wood Ground Wire Moulding - Specifications and Dimensions

This standard provides minimum specifications for the quality and dimensions of wood moulding used to protect ground wires on utility pole structures.

ANSI O5.6-2010

Solid Sawn-Naturally Durable Hardwood Crossarms & Braces - Specifications & Dimensions

This standard consists of specifications covering solid sawn-naturally durable hardwood crossarms and braces.

ANSI O5.TR.01-2009

Photographic Manual of Wood Pole Characteristics (Based on ANSI O5.1.2008)

This Technical Report (TR) has been developed to assist users of American National Standard O5.1.2008 in the inspection of wood utility poles prior to treatment.

ANSI RIC001.1-2016

Specifications for the Process of Remanufacturing

This standard defines and provides a benchmark for the process of remanufacturing, and establishes specifications that characterize the remanufacturing process and differentiate remanufacturing from other practices.

ANSI RIC001.2-2021

Specifications for the Process of Remanufacturing

This standard defines and provides a benchmark for the process of remanufacturing, and establishes specifications that characterize the remanufacturing process and differentiate remanufacturing from other practices.

ANSI Z315.1-1996

Tricycles - Safety Requirements

Encompasses Purpose and Scope, Referenced Publications, Definitions, Performance, Test Procedures, Certification, and Consumer Information concerning tricycle safety.

ANSI Z315.1-2006

American National Standard for Tricycles û Safety Requirements

This standard covers the safety requirements for all tricycles intended for use by children 8 years and under.

ANSI Z315.1-2012

Tricycles - Safety Requirements

This standard covers the safety requirements for all tricycles intended for use by children 8 years and under. While the addition of a push handle does not by itself change the classification of a product from a tricycle to a stroller (or other juvenile product), there exist in the marketplace some hybrid products (i.e., tricycle/stroller combinations that have canopies, reclining seats, and/or restraint systems, etc.) that are intended and marketed to fulfill both functions. Such products may need to meet the requirements of ASTM F833 (Standard Consumer Safety Performance Specification for Carriages and Strollers) or other applicable standards, in addition to those of this standard.

ANSI Z34.1-1993

Certification - Third-Party Certification Programs for Products, Processes, and Services

Procedures for third-party certification programs with reference to ISO and ISO/IEC Guides 2, 7, 23, 25, 27, 28, 39, 40, 53, and 56, and 60 ISO 9001, 9002, and 9003.

ANSI Z4.1-1986 (R1995)

Sanitation in Places of Employment, Minimum Requirements for

Prescribes minimum sanitary requirements for the protection of the health of employees in permanent places of employment.

ANSI Z4.1-1986 (R2005)

Sanitation - In Places of Employment - Minimum Requirements

This standard applies to all permanent places of employment, except where domestic, mining or common carrier transportation work only is performed. It does not apply to family housing provided by the employer in one- or two-family dwellings, nor to temporary labor camps; the latter are covered by American National Standard Minimum Requirements for Sanitation in Temporary Labor Camps, ANSI Z4.4-1995. Measures to control toxic materials are also outside the scope of this standard.

ANSI Z4.3-1995 (R2005)

Sanitation - Nonsewered Waste-Disposal Systems - Minimum Requirements

This standard applies to sanitary waste-disposal systems for all places of employment where such systems are not connected to a sanitary sewer, septic tank or on-site sewage-disposal treatment facility.

ANSI Z4.4-1988 (R1995)

Sanitation in Fields and Temporary Labor Camps, Minimum Requirements for

Prescribes minimum environmental health requirements for camps (whether temporary or permanent) for temporary labor, which includes persons with or without their families employed in any occupation or work for such quarters are provided.

ANSI Z4.4-1988 (R2005)

Sanitation - In Fields and Temporary Labor Camps - Minimum Requirements

This standard prescribes minimum environmental health requirements for camps (whether temporary or permanent) for temporary labor that will include persons with or without their families employed in any occupation or work for which labor-force quarters are provided and for field sanitation.

ANSI Z8.1-1996

Commercial Laundry and Drycleaning Operations - Safety Requirements

Applies to the safety requirements for the operation and use of commercial and industrial laundry and drycleaning equipment.

ANSI Z8.1-2006

American National Standard for Commercial Laundry and Drycleaning Equipment and Operations - Safety Requirements

This standard applies to the safety design and safe operation of equipment and some system(s) used in commercial and institutional laundries and drycleaning plants. It does not apply to coin-operated or ticket-operated laundries or drycleaning centers. For commercial drycleaning operations, this standard shall be used in conjunction with American National Standard for Drycleaning Plants, ANSI/NFPA 32.

ANSI Z8.1-2016

American National Standard for Commercial Laundry Equipment and Operations - Safety Requirements

This standard applies to the safety design and safe operation of equipment and some system(s) used in commercial and institutional laundries and drycleaning plants. It does not apply to coin-operated or ticket-operated laundries or any drycleaning establishments (except for Garment Finishing & Pressing Equipment used in plants which primarily process laundered goods).

ANSI/ABMA B165.1-1991 (R2000)

Power Tools - Power-Driven Brushing Tools - Safety Requirements for Design, Care, and Use (reaffirmation and redesignation of ANSI B165.1-1991)

Provides guidelines for the safe design, care and use of power-driven brushing tools. Responsibilities of all parties involved in the usage chain from designer and manufacturer to specifier and user.

ANSI/ABMSPSDO ASN-001-2018

Inserts for Diabetic Footwear ABMSPSDO ASN-001-2018

ANSI/ABMSPSDO®ASN-001-2018 provides a standard for the manufacture of inserts for diabetic footwear. The standard applies to custom fabricated, off-the-shelf (OTS), and “Library” inserts and is supported by current, widely accepted medical practice. It is based on scientific research documented by relevant, peer-reviewed literature, and provider outcomes. ANSI/ABMSPSDO®ASN-001-2018 requires the applicant organization to • A written , documented statement of the insert’s technical specifications for which accreditation by this standard is sought, • Written proof of Current FDA Registration and Licensure to manufacture the insert for which accreditation by this standard is sought, • Written proof of product validation by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) of the insert for which accreditation by this standard is sought, and • Written proof that clearly documents either an in-house or out-sourced product quality assurance program for the manufacturing process of the insert for which accreditation by this standard is sought.

ANSI/ACMA/FGMC FG01-17-2019

FRP Composites Grating Manual for Pultruded and Molded Grating and Stair Treads

Fiberglass grating has been manufactured and used since the 1960s. It exhibits many features (as compared to metal gratings or wood decks) that are beneficial in a variety of applications. These features include corrosion and rot resistance, light weight, high strength-to-weight, electrical and thermal non-conductivity and molded-in colors. Due to the relatively low modulus of elasticity of glass fiber reinforced polymers, fiberglass grating is always controlled by the serviceability (deflection) limit state rather than strength limit states. This design methodology results in very high, real safety factors. ACMA is the registered trademark of the American Composites Manufacturers Association. This standard was developed under procedures accredited by the criteria for American National Standards. The list of canvasses that reviewed this standard was balanced to assure that individuals from competent and concerned interests had an opportunity to participate. The standard is available for public input. ACMA does not approve, rate or endorse any item or property device described in this standard. Participation by federal/state agency representatives or persons associated with industry is not to be interpreted as an endorsement of this standard.

ANSI/ACMA/ICPA UEF-1-2004

Estimating Emission Factors from Open Molding Composite Processes

The Emission Factors will include emission estimates from the open molding processes used in the composites industry. They will provide the user with a mechanism to estimate emissions based on the production process, materials being used and techniques employed. The final emission estimates will satisfy state and federal requirements for permit compliance and reporting emissions on Form R as required by the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act.

ANSI/ACMA/UCSC UP01-18-2019

Standard Specification for FRP Composite Utility Poles

This standard specification encompasses the design, materials, properties, manufacturing, quality control, assembly and installation, and inspection of directly embedded FRP utility poles. The standard provides information and guidance to end-users at investor-owned, municipal and rural electric utilities, allowing them to readily adopt composite products through internal specification documents. The standard has three sections including 1) General Considerations, 2) Pole Specifications, and 3) Recommended Construction Guidelines. The standard covers applications such as cantilevered, framed and combined structures. This specification does not cover cross arms, lattice structures, conductors, insulators, stand-offs or other FRP components used in the electrical grid. The standard is intended to educate users on the materials and processing aspects of FRP utility poles so they can select the best product solution for the application. In addition, this standard will help engineers and specifiers understand the differences of FRP composites relative to wood, concrete and steel when considering the intended application and use, as well as the important aspects of attachments and pole installation specific to FRP materials.

ANSI/ACP 101-1-2021

The Small Wind Turbine Standard

This standard provides a method for evaluation of wind turbine systems in terms of safety, reliability, power performance, and acoustic characteristics. This standard for small wind turbines is derived from existing international wind turbine standards developed under the auspices of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). Specific departures from the IEC standards are provided to streamline their use and to present their results in a more consumer-friendly manner.

ANSI/ACP 111-1-2022

Wind Turbine Sound Modeling

This standard provides a method for predicting sound pressure levels based on the ISO 9613-2 standard for propagation of sound outdoors utilizing the apparent wind turbine model-specific sound power level determined in accordance with International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 61400-11 for the downwind location.

ANSI/ACP 5000-1-2022

Wind Workforce Definitions

This standard provides definitions related to specific acronyms and terms contained in the Wind Technician Entry-Level Training standards.

ANSI/ACP 5000-2-2022

Wind Technician Entry-Level Minimum Standard

A competency standard to serve as the recommended curriculum for prospective or new wind technicians. To assist employers, workforce development and training professionals, academia. and others with the minimum educational and training-related requirements for entry level Wind Energy Technicians. This standard will outline the minimum requirements for educational and training program’s learning objectives, knowledge, and skills needed for an entry level wind energy technician position.

ANSI/ACP OCRP-1-2022

Offshore Compliance Recommended Practices, Edition 2

This document applies to offshore wind farm assets that extract kinetic energy from wind, transmit electricity to shore-based grids, and/or store energy using facilities or devices located offshore or on land. The scope includes wind farm assets that may potentially be installed in state and federal waters in the contiguous U.S., Alaska, and Hawaii, including inland bodies of water such as the Great Lakes. The scope includes wind farm assets installed in salt or fresh water with a rotor swept area greater than 200 m2. The scope includes the design, manufacturing, installation, commissioning, operation and service, decommissioning, and re-powering within the project life-cycle cycle of a wind farm. The equipment covered in the scope shall include rotor-nacelle assemblies, towers, substructures, foundations, offshore substations, inter-array and export cables (by reference to ACP OCRP-5 Recommended Practices for Submarine Cables), measurement and monitoring equipment, and any other permanently installed auxiliary platforms or equipment.

ANSI/AGSC/NWRD/ROLAGS 002-2022

Repair of Laminated Automotive Glass Standard (ROLAGSTM)

The Scope of this standard shall be to define: Repairable damages; the process of windshield repair; the performance criteria for repaired laminated glass. This standard shall also provide best practices for the training of a repair technician.

ANSI/ALI ALCTV-2011

Standard for Automotive Lifts - Safety Requirements for Construction, Testing, and Validation

This standard covers safety requirements for the design, construction, testing, and validation of automotive lifts of the following types: manually driven, power driven, stationary, and mobile. Lifts that are movable or are designed to tilt the superstructure, or are not "automotive vehicle service lifts" are outside the scope of this standard.

ANSI/ANS-1-1987 (R1992)

Safety Guide for the Performance of Critical Experiments

This safety guide for the performance of critical experiments is intended for universal applicability and is formulated in general terms in order to avoid imposing undue limitations on specific local experiment practices.

ANSI/ANS-1-2000 (R2012)

Conduct of Critical Experiments

This standard provides for the safe conduct of critical experiments. Such experiments study neutron behavior in a fission device where the energy produced is insufficient to require auxiliary cooling, and the power history is such that the inventory of long-lived fission products is insignificant.

ANSI/ANS-1-2000 (R2019)

Conduct of Critical Experiments

This standard provides for the safe conduct of critical experiments. Such experiments study neutron behavior in a fission device where the energy produced is insufficient to require auxiliary cooling, and the power history is such that the inventory of long-lived fission products is insignificant.

ANSI/ANS-10.2-1988

Recommended Programming Practices to Facilitate the Portability of Scientific and Engineering Computer Programs

This standard provides recommended programming practices and requirements to facilitate the portability of computer programs prepared for scientific and engineering computations.

ANSI/ANS-10.2-2000 (R2009)

Portability of Scientific and Engineering Software

This standard provides recommended programming practices and requirements to facilitate the portability of computer programs prepared for scientific and engineering computations.

ANSI/ANS-10.3-1995

Documentation of Computer Software

This standard addresses the documentation of computer software prepared for scientific and engineering applications.

ANSI/ANS-10.4-1987 (R1998)

Guidelines for the Verification and Validation of Scientific and Engineering Computer Programs for the Nuclear Industry

This standard provides guidelines for the verification and validation of scientific and engineering computer programs developed for use by the nuclear industry.

ANSI/ANS-10.4-2008

Verification and Validation of Non-Safety-Related Scientific and Engineering Computer Programs for the Nuclear Industry

This standard provides guidelines for the verification and validation (V&V) of non-safety-related scientific and engineering computer programs developed for use by the nuclear industry. The scope is restricted to research and other non-safety-related, noncritical applications.

ANSI/ANS-10.4-2008 (R2016)

Verification and Validation of Non-Safety-Related Scientific and Engineering Computer Programs for the Nuclear Industry

This standard provides guidelines for the verification and validation (V&V) of non-safety-related scientific and engineering computer programs developed for use by the nuclear industry. The scope is restricted to research and other non-safety-related, noncritical applications.

ANSI/ANS-10.4-2008 (R2021)

Verification and Validation of Non-Safety-Related Scientific and Engineering Computer Programs for the Nuclear Industry

This standard provides guidelines for the verification and validation (V&V) of non-safety-related scientific and engineering computer programs developed for use by the nuclear industry. The scope is restricted to research and other non-safety-related, noncritical applications.

ANSI/ANS-10.5-1994

Accommodating User Needs in Computer Program Development

This standard presents criteria for accommodating user needs in the preparation of computer software for scientific and engineering applications.

ANSI/ANS-10.5-2006 (R2011)

Accommodating User Needs in Scientific and Engineering Computer Software Development

This standard presents criteria for accommodating user needs in the preparation of computer software for scientific and engineering applications.

ANSI/ANS-10.5-2006 (R2016)

Accommodating User Needs in Scientific and Engineering Computer Software Development

This standard presents criteria for accommodating user needs in the preparation of computer software for scientific and engineering applications.

ANSI/ANS-10.5-2006 (R2021)

Accommodating User Needs in Scientific and Engineering Computer Software Development

This standard presents criteria for accommodating user needs in the preparation of computer software for scientific and engineering applications.

ANSI/ANS-10.7-2013

Non-Real-Time, High-Integrity Software for the Nuclear Industry--Developer Requirements

This standard provides minimum requirements for assurance that high-integrity software developed for use by the nuclear industry meetsstate-of-the-practice expectations for quality. The requirements in this standard are specified for development of high-integrity software. The intent is to set a minimum level of quality assurance and critical technical process requirements to satisfy due diligence.

ANSI/ANS-10.7-2013 (R2018)

Non-Real-Time, High-Integrity Software for the Nuclear Industry--Developer Requirements

This standard provides minimum requirements for assurance that high-integrity software developed for use by the nuclear industry meetsstate-of-the-practice expectations for quality. The requirements in this standard are specified for development of high-integrity software. The intent is to set a minimum level of quality assurance and critical technical process requirements to satisfy due diligence.

ANSI/ANS-10.7-2013 (R2023)

Non-Real-Time, High-Integrity Software for the Nuclear Industry--Developer Requirements

This standard provides minimum requirements for assurance that high-integrity software developed for use by the nuclear industry meetsstate-of-the-practice expectations for quality. The requirements in this standard are specified for development of high-integrity software. The intent is to set a minimum level of quality assurance and critical technical process requirements to satisfy due diligence.

ANSI/ANS-10.8-2015

Non-Real-Time, High-Integrity Software for the Nuclear Industry - User Requirements

This standard establishes the minimum requirements for the acceptance and use of non-real-time, high-integrity software used for design and analysis in the nuclear industry. This standard is directly related to ANSI/ANS-10.7-2013 which provides requirements for the developer of non-real-time, high-integrity software. The activities described in this standard enable an end user of complex simulation software to assure, when software has been developed in accordance with appropriate requirements, that the software will meet the specific identified needs of the end user and that the software is installed and used in a correct manner. The type of software discussed in this standard is software used for the analysis, design, and simulation of complex physical systems and phenomena. This type of software requires a high degree of functional reliability in order to reduce the risk of undetected errors.

ANSI/ANS-10.8-2015 (R2020)

Non-Real-Time, High-Integrity Software for the Nuclear Industry - User Requirements

This standard establishes the minimum requirements for the acceptance and use of non-real-time, high-integrity software used for design and analysis in the nuclear industry. This standard is directly related to ANSI/ANS-10.7-2013 which provides requirements for the developer of non-real-time, high-integrity software. The activities described in this standard enable an end user of complex simulation software to assure, when software has been developed in accordance with appropriate requirements, that the software will meet the specific identified needs of the end user and that the software is installed and used in a correct manner. The type of software discussed in this standard is software used for the analysis, design, and simulation of complex physical systems and phenomena. This type of software requires a high degree of functional reliability in order to reduce the risk of undetected errors.

ANSI/ANS-14.1-1975 (R2000)

Operation of Fast Pulse Reactors

This standard is for the guidance of those involved in the design, operation, and review of fast pulse reactors. It has been formulated in general terms to be applicable to all current fast pulse reactors. This standard does not apply to periodically pulsed reactors or booster assemblies. Operation and maintenance of fast pulse reactors shall be carried out in accordance with this standard and the other applicable ANS-14 and ANS-15 documents.

ANSI/ANS-14.1-2004 (R2009)

Operation of Fast Pulse Reactors

This standard is for those involved in the design, operation, and review of fast pulse reactors. It has been formulated in general terms to be applicable to all current fast pulse reactors. This standard does not apply to periodically pulsed reactors or booster assemblies.

ANSI/ANS-14.1-2004 (R2014)

Operation of Fast Pulse Reactors

This standard is for those involved in the design, operation, and review of fast pulse reactors. It has been formulated in general terms to be applicable to all current fast pulse reactors. This standard does not apply to periodically pulsed reactors or booster assemblies.

ANSI/ANS-14.1-2004 (R2019)

Operation of Fast Pulse Reactors

This standard is for those involved in the design, operation, and review of fast pulse reactors. It has been formulated in general terms to be applicable to all current fast pulse reactors. This standard does not apply to periodically pulsed reactors or booster assemblies.

ANSI/ANS-15.1-1990 (R1999)

The Development of Technical Specifications for Research Reactors

This standard identifies and establishes the content of technical specifications for research reactors. Areas addressed are as follows: Definitions, Safety Limits, Limiting Safety System Settings, Limiting Conditions for Operation, Surveillance Requirements, Design Features, and Administrative Controls. Sufficient detail is incorporated so that applicable specifications can be derived or extracted.