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Codes & Standards News & Updates 2017-02-01T12:07:10+00:00

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Millwork Industry Codes & Standards News

  • EPA Waives Lead Paint Requirements for Certain Renovations

    EPA Waives Lead Paint Requirements for Certain Renovations

    As recovery and rebuilding efforts begin in Texas and Florida following devastating hurricanes, many may wonder if EPA’s Lead: Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule still …
  • Stricter building codes apparently passed Irma’s test

    Stricter building codes apparently passed Irma’s test

    As Floridian’s recover from Hurricane Irma, preliminary evidence shows that homes built in compliance with the state’s toughened building codes sustained less storm damage than …
  • WMA 100 Revisions

    WMA 100 Revisions

    WMA’s Voluntary Standard, ANSI/WMA 100-2016, “Standard Method of Determining Structural Performance Ratings of Side-Hinged Exterior Door Systems and Procedures for Component Substitution” is undergoing a 5-year revision …

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Seeking Members for Newly Established WMA Safety Committee

WMA has established a Safety Committee whose mission will be to improve the millwork industry safety environment by creating awareness of key issues, and encouraging members to utilize the opportunities and programs available to eliminate hazards, and enhance workplace safety and health practices. WMA is currently seeking both distributor and associate members who are directly involved in overseeing safety for their company to participate in the WMA Safety Committee. The scope of the committee’s work will involve:

  • Identifying key safety and health issues pertaining to the millwork industry
  • Providing awareness of opportunities or programs available
  • Developing a working relationship/partnership with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to improve the millwork industry’s safety and health environment

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