Aisc Certification Program Requirements

Tel: 312.670.7520E-Mail: certification@aisc.orgDesk hours: M-F 8:00-16:30 (CT) The program requirements are now uniform in format and offer our participants transparency and simplicity on the authoritative document for each certification and confirmation program. New and updated program requirements continue to apply to the same AISC certification standards as previous versions. In addition, using consistent requirements in all our programs brings clarity to your market – owners, DOT, architects, engineers, general contractors, etc. – who get a better understanding of all our programs that are now similar in structure. The authoritative document for this program is the Governance Requirements for Certification Programs, which refer to the Standard for Certification Programs (AISC 207-20). The program requirements define the categories of Certified Bridge Fabricator: Simple (SBR), Intermediate (IBR) and Advanced (ABR). Certificates will temporarily continue to include intermediate/Major or Advanced/Major designations to give transportation services more time to update their default specifications. Please note that AISC certification is address specific, so each facility is certified separately. This OPTIONAL approval focuses on AWS D1.5, Clause 12, AASHTO/AWS Fracture Control Plan requirements for non-redundant members.

The provisions of Article 12 apply to steel bridge components or components known as «fracture critical». Fracture control elements are essentially tensile elements or parts of links in a bridge, the failure of which could cause the bridge to collapse partially or completely. The program will assess the bridge builder`s ability to meet the more stringent manufacturing requirements of fracture control plan D1.5. This confirmation is only optional for certified bridge builders or component manufacturers. The authoritative document for this OPTIONAL confirmation is the Standard for the Application of Complex Protective Coating Systems (AISC 420-10), developed in collaboration with the Society for Protective Coatings: SSPC to streamline criteria for the market and industry. The program assesses the qualifications of steel construction manufacturers and component manufacturers who apply complex or industrial protective coatings such as zinc, epoxy resins, urethanes or multilayer systems in their paint shops after production. Mark Trimble, AISC Vice President of Certification, added: «Our programme requirements are now consistent across all AISC certification programmes and provide important programme-specific guidance for participants, AISC staff and auditors. This will improve our services by eliminating inconsistencies and streamlining all program requirements. The authoritative document for this program is the Governance Requirements for Certification Programs, which refer to the Standard for Certification Programs (AISC 207-20). These documents describe the certification requirements for contractors, regardless of the size and complexity of the project. The certification covers all the functions of steel construction production, from the receipt of the contract to the final delivery.

AISC believes that there is a basic level of quality that all processors must maintain, regardless of plant size or capacity. Please note that AISC certification is address specific, so each facility is certified separately. We are always happy to receive feedback on the program. If you would like to provide positive or negative feedback on AISC certification, or if you would like to file a complaint or allegation, please provide us with your feedback online or email us at certification@aisc.org. (Chicago, IL) – The American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) has released new certification program requirements for its bridge and highway metal component manufacturer program and sophisticated paint approval, as well as updated program requirements for all other certifications. These documents provide for the administration of the certification program from the application to the determination of the certificate. They should be your preferred reference for compliance with the certification program. To maintain your certification, it is important that you read this Bulletin and the documents that will be updated. Dani FriedlandDirector of Marketing Communications773.636.8535friedland@aisc.org AISC certification is pleased to inform our esteemed participants of useful updates to our program requirements: We have created new program requirements for the Metal Component Manufacturers Program for Bridges and Highways and the approval of sophisticated paint, and updated the program requirements for all other certifications. The authoritative document for this program is the Governance Requirements for Certification Programs, which refer to the Standard for Certification Programs (AISC 207-20). These documents describe the certification requirements for facilities that manufacture and supply certain components consisting primarily of metal bridge and highway construction projects. Certification is suitable for manufacturers of components that contain spacers that are not designed for primary loads (membranes, transverse frames and side spacers); Camera, light, signalling and signalling support structures; bridge rail; stairs; sidewalks; lattice bridges; flows; Scupper; expansion joints; warehouse; ballast plates; and mechanical equipment for movable bridges.

Please note that AISC certification is address specific, so each facility is certified separately. The authoritative document for this program is the Governance Requirements for Certification Programs, which refer to the Standard for Certification Programs (AISC 207-20). The requirements of this program define the categories Certified Hydraulic Fabricator – Standard (HYDS) and Certified Hydraulic Fabricator – Advanced (HYDA). Please note that AISC certification is address specific, so each facility is certified separately. From 1. As of August 2017, new requirements apply to all participants and applicants. Certification Bulletin 2017-2017-3 provides instructions on the process and timeline for implementing the program requirements listed below: The authoritative document for this program is the Certification Program Requirements Regulations, which refer to the Standard for Certification Programs (AISC 207-20). These documents describe the criteria for a quality management system and a safety management system for steel fitters.

The quality management system includes all the functions of the structural steel assembly from the receipt of the order to the completion of the installer`s work. Thank you for participating in the AISC certification program. As of June 1, 2020, certified companies will comply with updated governance requirements for certification programs. For more information about this annual update, see Bulletin 2020-04: Updates to Applicable Requirements. Additional requirements for steel building transformers (BU). Categories as defined in the applicable requirements and standards:. There are three OPTIONAL endorsements for certified fitters: Are you looking for a certified transformer or erector? So look no further than our updated certification search, which offers separate searches for U.S.-based and international participants. It also offers new search and export functions. Have fun searching!. Additional requirements for the critical fracture endorsement (FCE) Additional requirements for manufacturers of bridge and motorway components (CPT).

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