Aug 15, 2017

Webinar: New NFRC Quality Management System Requirements | Strategies for Compliance

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Open to AAMA Members and Certification Licensees Only
Tuesday, August 15, 2017 | 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Eastern
 

Earlier this year, NFRC approved the implementation of additional Quality Management System (QMS) requirements for all licensees of the NFRC’s thermal certification program. These new requirements will go into effect on January 1, 2018. Many of these requirements are already part of the AAMA air-water-structural certification program, however, some are new to both programs and will require our licensees to update their QMS programs. 

Jason Seals, AAMA Certification Manager, and Brad Schultz, AAMA Validator, will serve as our subject matter experts during this program. Bring your questions and plan to join us as we go through the new requirements and discuss strategies for compliance.

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Jason Seals came to AAMA with over 15 years of experience in the fenestration industry. As AAMA's Certification Manager, he directs all certification-related activities of the association with direct management responsibilities for the AAMA air, water and structural Gold Label Certification Program, as well as the AAMA Thermal Certification Program (silver label). He also manages all aspects of the ANSI accreditation requirements in addition to certification-related audits and acts as advisory staff liaison to assigned member groups within the association.


Brad Schultz currently serves as Vice President at Associated Laboratories. He is responsible for auditing all laboratories approved for product certification and component verification as accredited by AAMA. ALI is also the sole vendor for permanent certification labels for the air-water-structural (Gold Label), thermal (Silver Label) and manufactured housing certification programs. All orders, invoicing and customer service inquiries related to these programs should be directed to ALI.