FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 26, 2023
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Pool & Hot Tub Alliance Issues Call for Members of Standards Consensus Committee
(Alexandria, Va.) – The Pool & Hot Tub Alliance (PHTA) has issued a call for participation on the Standards Consensus Committee (SCC), PHTA's official consensus voting body. The SCC is responsible for reviewing and voting on all pool, spa, and hot tub standards to be approved by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
Members of PHTA's SCC are classified into one of four interest categories: Producer, User-Government, User-Consumer, or General Interest. Participants in PHTA's standards development process include subject matter experts such as public health officials, architects, engineers, consultants, product manufacturers, representatives from other organizations, and individuals with expertise or interest in advancing the pool and hot tub industry.
There are openings available in the Producer, User-Government, and User-Consumer categories. To be considered for a position on the SCC, applicants must submit a completed SCC Application Form by February 17, 2023 and adhere to PHTA's Procedures for American National Standards, Antitrust Policy, Conflict of Interest Policy, and Volunteer Code of Conduct.
For more information about the SCC or the ANSI standards development process, please contact email@example.com or visit the PHTA Standards webpage.
About the Pool & Hot Tub Alliance
The Pool & Hot Tub Alliance (PHTA), a non-profit organization with over 3,600 members from around the world, was established in 1956 to support, promote, and protect the common interests of the $36.5B pool, hot tub, and spa industry. PHTA provides education, advocacy, standards development, research, and market growth to increase our members’ professionalism, knowledge, and profitability. Additionally, PHTA facilitates the expansion of swimming, water safety, and related research and outreach activities aimed at introducing more people to swimming, making swimming environments safer, and keeping pools open to serve communities. For more information, visit www.phta.org.