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NFPA 1600 update process moves to next stage

The updating of NFPA 1600, the Standard on Disaster/Emergency Management and Business Continuity Programs, has reached a new stage. The Second Draft Report has now been posted and NITMAMs are now being accepted.

Under NFPA rules, anyone wishing to make an allowable amending motion at an NFPA Technical Meeting must declare their intentions by filing, within the published deadline, a NITMAM (Notice of Intent to Make a Motion).

The Motions Committee of the NFPA Standards Council, in accordance with NFPA rules, then reviews each NITMAM to determine whether the intended motion is a proper motion.

The deadline for NFPA 1600 new edition NITMAMs is August 21st 2015.

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