Press Release Summary:
ASTM International Committee F12 on Security Systems and Equipment invites interested parties to participate in revising ASTM F967, Practice for Security Engineering Symbols. According to F12 committee chairman Ed Conrath, ASTM F967 is being revised to incorporate latest security symbols used in engineering and security industry. Interested parties are invited to send new symbols or revised existing symbols for possible incorporation into standard.
Original Press Release:
ASTM Committee Revises Security Engineering Standard to Include New Symbols
Participants Solicited to Contribute Symbols
W. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa.-ASTM International Committee F12 on Security Systems and Equipment invites all interested parties to participate in the current revision of ASTM F967, Practice for Security Engineering Symbols. The standard is under the jurisdiction of Subcommittee F12.10 on Systems, Products and Services.
According to Ed Conrath, senior principal, Protection Engineering Consultants, and F12 committee chairman, ASTM F967 is being revised to incorporate the latest security symbols used in the engineering and security industry. "Anyone interested is invited to send new symbols or revisions to existing symbols for possible incorporation into the standard," Conrath says. Conrath notes that high resolution files (at least 300 dpi) may be forwarded to Joseph Hugo, ASTM staff manager for F12 (firstname.lastname@example.org), by July 31, 2011.
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ASTM Committee F12 Next Meeting: April 11-13, 2011, April Committee Week, Anaheim, Calif.
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