The ANSI/PRCA 1.0-.3-2014 American National Safety Standard is under review on a continuous maintenance basis and is subject to revision at any time by the independent Standard Management Committee (SMC). The standard must at a minimum be reviewed every five years, revised, reaffirmed or withdrawn.

The SMC has adopted a program for regular review, revisions / interpretations and procedures for timely consensus action on requests to change any portion of the standard. At a minimum this standard shall be reviewed and revised every five years, or must be reaffirmed or withdrawn.  

Suggestions for improvement of any portion of these standards or the development of additional standards are welcome. Anyone may submit comments for revisions of this safety standard, or any part thereof. Comments must be addressed to PRCA headquarters utilizing the form located on the last page of each section of the Safety standard or available here by download <Standards Continuous Maintenance Recommendation website form> At least once a year the Standards Committee/Standards management Committee will review and consider the comments submitted.

Your comments will receive the careful consideration of the committees and a written response will be forwarded in accordance with the PRCA’s ANSI Accredited Procedures Annex B.

If the Standards Committee determines changes are necessary the Standard Management Committee will authorize these and the changes will be made and immediately published under “Accepted Changes” on the website. The accepted changes will be incorporated into the standards document in the next publishing cycle.

Stay up to date when utilizing the ANSI/PRCA 1.0-.3-2014 periodically check the “Accepted Changes” and “Official Standards Interpretations” pages.