Did you know: Preparations for the 2023 Technical Meeting are in full swing. Fall standards are beginning to open for the opportunity to file Notices of Intent to File a Motion (“NITMAM”) and the Motions Committee will post a Fall Report once the committee meets to certify proper motions. Soon after, all eligible Annual 2023 standards will open for filing of NITMAMs, as well.
Please note: In general, the NFPA Standards to be presented for action at the 2023 Tech Session are those with amending motions submitted to NFPA in advance of the meeting and certified by the Motions Committee of the Standards Council. Please check back periodically for updates and additional important information. The complete technical committee records (First Draft Report and Second Draft Report) documenting all revisions created during the revision cycle and relative materials are accessible on the Next Edition tab of the specific document’s information page (e.g. for NFPA 101, Life Safety Code®, for NFPA 54, National Fuel Gas Code, etc.) for your review at any time. Anyone who has been a continuously active member of the association since December 24, 2022, and is registered for the 2023 Tech Session, will be eligible to vote on all CAMs.
Annual 2023 revision cycle
- March 28, 2023: Deadline for Notice of Intent to Make a Motion (NITMAM) on Standards in Annual 2023 cycle.
- January 5, 2023: Deadline for Notice of Intent to Make a Motion (NITMAM) on NFPA 1, Fire Code.
Fall 2022 revision cycle
- November 30, 2022: Deadline for Notice of Intent to Make a Motion (NITMAM) on NFPA 70B, Recommended Practice for Electrical Equipment Maintenance.
- November 2, 2022: Deadline for Notice of Intent to Make a Motion (NITMAM) on Standards in Fall 2022 cycle.
- September 9, 2022: Deadline for Notice of Intent to Make a Motion (NITMAM) on Standards in the Emergency Response and Responder Safety (ERRS) Group 2 Fall 2022 revision cycle.
- NFPA 440, NFPA 460, NFPA 610, NFPA 1026, NFPA 1030, NFPA 1091, NFPA 1660, NFPA 1900, and NFPA 1910 did not receive NITMAMs. Anyone wishing to appeal, may do so by September 27, 2022 to the Secretary, Standards Council in accordance with the Regulations.