WORKING GROUPS

Together, the engineers who design products, plumbers who install, test, repair, and inspect systems, officials who enforce regulations, and educators who teach our nation’s plumbers join together to offer their expertise and collectively reach consensus on product and personnel requirements.

Draft product standards and professional qualifications (PQ) standards are developed by working group members. Working groups are typically composed of manufacturer representatives, school representatives, test lab representatives, and outside experts who work in the field. If you have something of value to add, we welcome you to sit on a working group and lend your expertise.

Product Standards
Working groups are forming to develop the following product standards:
  • ASSE 1003, Water Pressure Reducing Valves for Domestic Water Distribution Systems
  • ASSE 1017, Temperature Actuated Mixing Valves for Hot Water Distribution Systems
  • ASSE 1049, Individual and Brach Type Air Admittance Valves for Chemical Waste Systems
  • ASSE 1050, Stack Air Admittance Valves for Chemical Waste Systems
  • ASSE 1051, Individual and Branch Type Air Admittance Valves for Sanitary Drainage Systems
PQ Standards
Working groups are forming to develop the following professional qualifications standards:
  • ASSE Series 4000, Professional Qualifications Standard for Legionella Water Management Specialist
  • ASSE Series 7000, Professional Qualifications Standard for Residential Potable Water Fire Protection Systems Installers & Inspectors for One and Two Family Dwellings
  • ASSE Series 22000, Professional Qualifications Standard for Water Treatment Equipment Personnel

For Product Standards, send your completed application to the staff engineering group at staffengineer@asse-plumbing.org.
For Professional Qualifications Standards, send your completed application to the Professional Qualifications Director at marianne.waickman@asse-plumbing.org.

Working groups are for professional qualifications standards, product standards that are four years or older, and any new standards. For revising product standards newer than four years old, consider creating or joining a Project Team.


 

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