ASTM International Cancels April In-Person Standards Meetings
Jan 15, 2021
In light of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and ongoing safety concerns for members and staff, ASTM International announced today that all previously scheduled in-person April standards development meetings (including independent meetings) have been canceled.
These decisions were based on several factors, including, but not limited to:
- Continued review of information and recommendations from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), and other governmental bodies,
- Input from ASTM International members whose organizations are increasingly concerned with travel, and
- Specific information on the projected city restrictions in Toronto, Ontario, CA, and other cities, with input from the hotels.
ASTM International staff will be contacting committee leaders to plan alternatives for conducting committee business.
Looking forward, ASTM International will rely on these and other relevant criteria and input points to assess the status of ASTM’s future standards development meetings.
View the status of the committee's next meeting by visiting ASTM Meetings
For additional resources - including PDF guides for members participating virtually - visit ASTM Updates
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