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Registration continues for RVIA standards webinar

(April 11, 2014) -- The session will examine the NFPA 1192 Standard on Recreational Vehicles, ANSI LV, and National Electrical code 551. Other topics will include the new NFPA code making process, the RVIA handbook process and other technical issues.

RESTON, Va. — The RV Industry Association is continuing to accept registrations for a special webinar the association is hosting to review the upcoming 2014 editions of several RV standards April 17 from 10 a.m. to noon ET.

RVIA’s Senior Director of Standards Kent Perkins and Chief Inspector/Standards Administrator John Proteau will host the session which will examine the NFPA 1192 Standard on Recreational Vehicles, ANSI LV, and National Electrical code 551. Other topics will include the new NFPA code making process, the RVIA handbook process and other technical issues.

RV manufacturers, suppliers and industry members with standards responsibilities are encouraged to take part in the webinar to learn how changes to the various standards will impact their specific company and the industry.

“We are hosting this webinar instead of an on-site seminar this cycle in order to reduce costs, and hopefully allow more interested parties the opportunity to learn firsthand about the 2014 code changes and respective RV handbook enforcement positions,” said Perkins.

The cost for attending is $175 per terminal/connection. The number of connections available will be limited so early registration is encouraged.  To access the registration form, click here and submit to Gatie Gore at ggore@rvia.org or fax to 703.620.5071. Forms must be returned by April 7.

For additional information, call 703.620.6003, Ext. 348.

SOURCE: RV Industry Association press release

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