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American Standards Organizations

We are a growing and well-funded technology firm who is looking for an expert in american standards organizations. We would like to get a better understanding of the procedures, policies, and infrastructure of the following organizations: ul, iso, nist, and ansi (any other organizations may be beneficial) experience working with these organizations is a huge plus.

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    Richard |CIO, VP, Director, Executive Director

    I have led several standards *****, developing spec for ANSI/ISO, for industry, in *****...

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    Howard |Principal

    I have 25 years of experience working with ANSI, IEC, UL, IEEE, NEMA, etc. and have held leadership ...

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    Tami |Quality Manager

    I have a extensive experience with ISO and NIST. Companies that I have worked for have successfully ...

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Nfpa Standards

We are a us based investment firm that is looking to determine which manufacturers will likely be well positioned following adoption of new nfpa 1981 standard scheduled for june 2018. We aren't certain what positions these folks will be in - could be fire chiefs of large fire departments, senior people within manufacturers (msa, scott safety, draeger, avon) or those recently retired from similar positions. Please include your experience in this area and your familiarity with the nfpa standards. Thank you.

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    Oil And Gas Standards

    Need oil & gas standards exports. We would like to speak with people who have expertise in o&g standards, and problems that companies have in converting data to required formats e.G. Ppdm, pidx, witsml, etc.

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      Graham |Consulting Engineer

      Dear Sir: I refer to your inquiry regarding O&G standards and the ***** same in alternati...

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      samson |QHSE Leader and ISO(HSE) Lead auditor

      Ok. You can contact me on +*****. Thank you...

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    Iso Astm Standard

    I need an expert who can testify that my client's baby products were correctly manufactured to astm f-406 standards

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      Edward |Operatons, Principal Engineer

      I may be able to help. I have years of manufacturing and years of in-depth manufacturing and ISO exp...

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      William |General / Operations Manager

      I have over 25 years manufacturing / quality engineering experience and have been an expert witness ...

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      Yogesh |Chief Executive Officer

      I can help you n I have 25 years of experirence with Nestle handling Infant formula n Baby foods. ...

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    International Organization For Standardization

    I am a client manager at **** and looking for iso consultants based in south east region

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      Matthew |President of the Institute of Service Ma

      Which ISO standard do you need consultant for?...

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      Richard |CIO, VP, Director, Executive Director

      ISO/ANSI is a lot of standards work--everything from testing to ***** process; what did ...

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      Boedi |Senior Manager/Director

      I am interested to apply the position as ISO consultant. I had worked for KEMA and SAI Global as Lea...

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    Ul 913 Standard

    I have a rechargeable battery operated portable gas detection monitor that i need to make intrinsically safe for a customer. I believe i need it to meet the ul 913 standard.

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      Standard Of Care In Domestic Case

      Need an expert to testify regarding standard of care in a domestic case in west virginia.

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        Michael |CMSO , Chief Medical Strategies Officer

        Can recommend a group that does this, depending on specialty. I am not currently active with a medic...

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        James |CEO, President, VP, Project Management,

        Hi, Depending on the case specifics, I am an expert witness. Thank you, Jim ...

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      Electrical Standard Operating Procedures

      Power plant electrical standard operating procedures

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        Jack |Sr. Consulting Engineer

        Gentlemen : Our ***** several years experience in Power Plant ***** Maintenance...

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        William |Transmission Manager

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      Compliance Process Standardization

      Standardization expert in ndt ,radiography industry.

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        Igor |Lead QE

        My experience in leading with GE Service Process Procedure as are: *****rities, Compon...

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      Digital Content Accessibility Standards

      We are hoping to set up a phone consultation with experts on digital content accessibility standards for the disabled and best practices for businesses wishing to remain compliant and avoid costly litigation. Ideally, the person we speak with will be well informed on the solutions available to businesses to ensure compliance, as well as the current regulatory and litigation environment (when are lawsuits usually brought, what measures effectively protect businesses from lawsuits in the first place, etc).

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        Internet Standards (ietf)

        My company is looking to develop one or more standards to be published by a recognized international or national standards body (ietf, ansi, itu-t, iso, etc.) we need help with selecting the appropriate standards bodies and developing the standards to be published.

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          Paul |Director and Senior Consultant for AVISO

          Hi, I would be keen to learn more about this project and help if I can. Please feel free to contac...

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          Forrest |President

          I have experience in developing standards ***** the internet and networking in IETF, IEEE, INCI...

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        Standard Of Care

        I need a nursing expert regarding whether a nurse who adjusted an icd without taking a history, physical or vital signs, in an elderly patient with a history of two prior ischemic strokes violated the standard of care, failing to evaluate the patient's right sided weakness which was increasing perceptibly during the visit, and the patient died of a massive hemorrhagic stroke a few days later. Details: november 17, 2009 – first stroke – left brain male patient age 67 found unresponsive at the rehab facility where he was recovering from an episode of cardiogenic shock. Patient was taken to nearby emergency room and received two administrations of tpa. Pre-treatment images showed several focal areas of dissection with clot resulting in loss of flow to the left pica and proximal pontine perforators, which resolved on treatment with relief of the patient’s “locked in” stroke symptoms. Images revealed acute lacunar infarct on the left side within the posterior lateral thalamus together with a 2 mm focus within the left posterior centrum semi ovale white matter no mass lesions and no midline shift. Anatomical variations revealed both anterior cerebral arteries take origin from the left a1 segment, and the right a1 segment is atretic. March 25, 2010 – second stroke – right brain slurred speech beginning yesterday afternoon with left facial droop and left sided weakness. Images show acute infarct involving the right anterolateral thalamus, posterior limb of the right internal capsule and globus pallidus with subsequent left sided weakness. History before these strokes includes uncontrolled hypertension, asthma, diabetes, coronary artery disease, chf, valve replacements, sleep apnea and coronary bypass graft. Ekg shows right bundle branch block and left anterior fascicular block. No stroke specific treatment was provided due to the passage of time before admission. June 22, 2010 – icd implantation june 30, 2010 – first follow up visit follow up of icd, not pacemaker dependent. Nursing note includes chief complaint, risk factors for cad, review of symptoms, past history, past cv history [see above], allergies, medications, vital signs, neurological/psychological work up and plan. No complaints at this time. July 13, 2010 – urgent visit this patient was sent to a different office of the midwest heart specialists due to his regular heart doctor’s office not having a nurse trained in icd interrogation in attendance on tuesdays. His wife was with him, and she observed increasing weakness on his right side during the time between arriving at the office and leaving there about half an hour later. Patient complained the device was shocking him, which the nurse recorded in her two line note as “c/o lv stim.” the nurse attempted to adjust the icd settings but ultimately returned them to their pre-visit settings. The interrogation printout shows an episode of pmt occurring same day at 1:44 p.M. And an earlier one at 4:02 p.M. On 7/6, but the nurse denies that this was “real pmt.” she took no history, relying instead on the earlier 6/30 chart entry, which only included a notation of “cva” to indicate the two prior strokes. She performed no physical exam and no neurological signs were checked. No vitals were taken by her. Patient’s right leg was so impaired he could barely walk out of the office, even with his wife’s assistance, when this busy nurse sent him home. This visit was at a medical office building attached to a hospital. There were physicians in the office where the patient saw the nurse who could have seen him had the nurse requested it. The hospital had all necessary facilities for brain imaging with and without contrast, to find and identify a brain bleed if there was one, but no images were taken, the patient and his wife were sent home by the nurse. July 17-19, 2010 – death from massive brain bleed during the evening, the patient collapsed at home in his kitchen, and was rushed to the hospital er by ambulance where imaging studies showed an intraparanchymal hemorrhage centered within the left superior thalamus extending superiorly into the periventricular white matter and then extending into the left ventricle, with a small amount of blood crossing into the right ventricle. The bleed was so large by this time that the point or points of origin could not be identified. Dnr orders were given and comfort care was provided. By 7:28 the morning of july 18, the bleed had enlarged from 2.5x2.9 cm to 3.9x5.9cm. The patient died july 19 at 4:50 a.M.

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          You have essentially answered your own question in the first line of your inquiry. If a nurse adjus...

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          Katherine |Registered Nurse

          This is a no brainer. It is grossly obvious this is ***** the standard of care....

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