Issues of safety and sustainability have become important causes for stakeholders around the world, from alternative energies and environmental protection to the safety of products, services, homes, and workplaces. As governments, organizations, and individuals alike strive to address these border-crossing challenges, globally relevant standards provide the technological and scientific foundations that drive health, safety, and environmental innovation.
Standardization speeds innovation, facilitates harmonized trade, and boosts consumer and government confidence in products, services, systems, and processes. But above all, standardization provides an adaptive framework for developing the most effective solutions to critical global challenges.
The Capitol Hill event will be held in the Cannon House Office Building Caucus Room on Friday, October 14 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. A simple lunch will be available. Click here to view the exhibition flyer.
Exhibiting organizations include:
ANSI encourages all constituents to attend this important event, and to invite their colleagues on Capitol Hill. To register, contact Dain Hansen (202-414-6177; email@example.com).