Join our ASA Standards “How-To Guidelines Workshop” in Ottawa (May 15, 8:00am, Room 105)

by | Apr 26, 2024 | ASA Standards Development, Education Curriculum | 0 comments

Attending the ASA 186th Meeting in Ottawa (May 13-17)? If so, we’re calling for volunteers to be part of a special Workshop developing a new ASA Standards product!

Join our special ASA Standards “How To Guidelines Workshop,” Wednesday, May 15, 8:00am-9:30am ET, Room 105, (Westin Ottawa Hotel)!

This workshop – led by Dr. Donald Peterson, Chair of U.S. TAG to ISO/TC 108 (Mechanical Vibration, Shock, and Condition Monitoring) and Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Northern Illinois University – will present and discuss the potential to develop new case studies or “how to” guides that would accompany and complement existing and new ASA standards.

The case studies, or guides, will be designed to assist standards users (e.g., university students and faculty, researchers, industry practitioners, consultants, government officials, etc.) on how to apply the technical information contained within a standard in a practical and efficient way for their work or research.

This workshop will also promote and encourage the collaboration of standards stakeholders across all sectors in order to cohesively develop meaningful and useful case studies.

Please join us in this open discussion or contact ASA Standards or email us at for more information on how you can participate!

If you’ve participated in developing an ASA Standard, or if you are a practitioner who has used one, we invite you to participate in helping develop this exciting new product initiative!


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