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Regional Activities

ANSI, via its International Policy Committee (IPC), monitors many key regional activities around the world. In order to improve response time and broaden the participation of ANSI federation members in the formulation of policy positions regarding regional standards and conformity assessment activities, the IPC formed three Regional Standing Committees (RSCs). The IPC serves as their overall coordinating body to ensure consistency in ANSI policy positions globally.

The Regional Standing Committees are each chaired by IPC members; membership on the RSCs is drawn from the overall ANSI membership base. Their activities are conducted primarily by correspondence and they meet on an as needed basis.

Regional Standing Committees

Regional Standing Committee - Americas (RSC-A)

The RSC-Americas (RSC-A) was created in an effort to broaden the participation of ANSI in the development of policy positions regarding regional standards and conformity assessment activities, and to coordinate U.S. activities, respond to initiatives and advise ANSI on matters relating to the Americas.

Regional Standing Committee - Asia-Pacific (RSC-AP)

The RSC-Asia Pacific (RSC-AP) was created in an effort to broaden the participation of ANSI in the development of policy positions regarding regional standards and conformity assessment activities, and to coordinate U.S. activities, respond to initiatives and advise ANSI on matters relating to the Asia Pacific region.

Regional Standing Committee - Europe, Middle East & Africa (RSC-EMEA)

The RSC-Europe, the Middle East and Africa (RSC-EMEA) was created in an effort to broaden the participation of ANSI in the development of policy positions regarding regional standards and conformity assessment activities, and to coordinate U.S. activities, respond to initiatives and advise ANSI on matters relating to the European, Middle Eastern and African regions.

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