Association Technical Meeting

Results of NFPA's 2013 Association Technical Meeting in Chicago

Under NFPA rules, anyone wishing to make an allowable amending motion at an NFPA Association Technical Meeting must declare their intentions by filing, within the published deadline, a NITMAM.  The Motions Committee of the NFPA Standards Council, in accordance with NFPA rules, reviews each NITMAM to determine whether the intended motion is a proper motion.  Proposed NFPA documents will be presented for action at the Association Technical Meeting only when an Amending Motion (Notice of Intent to Make a Motion - NITMAM) has been certified by the Motions Committee as a proper amending motion. Documents that receive no motions will not be presented at the meeting and instead will be forwarded directly to the NFPA Standards Council for action on issuance.  More about the codes and standards making process including NITMAM.

  • Final Report: The Consolidated Report of the Motions Committee includes the three previous Motions Committee Reports related to the Annual 2013 Association Technical Meeting (NEC Report, Annual 2013 Report for non-NEC documents, and the Report for the Fall 2012 revision cycle documents). 
  • May 16, 2013: The Report of the Motions Committee on NFPA 70, National Electrical Code®, addresses Certified Amending Motions for consideration at the 2013 Association Technical Meeting. This report also includes a list of NITMAMs that were not certified on NFPA 70. 
  • May 3, 2013:  The Report of the Motions Committee addresses six Annual 2013 documents with Certified Amending Motions for consideration at the 2013 Association Technical Meeting: NFPA 25, 58, 96, 130, 502, and 1123. This report also addresses three documents with Certified Amending Motions from the Fall 2012 cycle: NFPA 801, 1061, and 1851; identifies the list of Consent Documents and includes a list of NITMAMs that were not certified.
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