ANSI - American National Standards Institute

Learn About ANSI - Free Webinar First Friday of Each Month

You can participate directly in many ways, and your time spent will be richly rewarded!

There is a lot written about ANSI and its role leading the United States in international standardization – but there's no better way to learn how you can benefit from working with ANSI than by talking with us. ANSI encourages you to take the first step to see what you are missing, and, more importantly, to find areas where we can work effectively together. Find out why so many people value their membership in ANSI. Join in our upcoming webinar and ask us! The free one-hour webinar — held monthly on the first Friday of each month — will be hosted live and will provide an overview of ANSI’s activities, as well as information on how to take full advantage of the ANSI membership. A Q&A session will encourage active dialogue between all participants.
Participants will learn more about:
  • Ways to contribute and develop important connections in your field.
  • International standards and their impact on you and your business.
  • The vital role international standards play in reducing costs at every level and ensuring quality, safety, and interoperability.
  • The role of U.S. Technical Advisory Groups (TAGs) and the qualifications to serve on a TAG.
  • Which technical areas are currently working in collaboratives and workshops and how you can be part of the action.
  • How the U.S. standardization system aligns with the World Trade Organization (WTO’s) internationally recognized principles for standards development.
  • Exclusive discounts and access to standardization events, including World Standards Week.

Sign up for the webinar via the registration links below,
or contact or call 212-642-8922

After your request has been approved, you'll receive instructions for joining the meeting.
If you already registered for the meeting, you do not need to register again

Friday, December 6, 2019

11:00 am | EST (New York, GMT-05:00) | 1 hr