At their recent Spring Technical Meetings in Houston, Texas, the Fluid Sealing Association (FSA) unveiled to their membership an exciting new strategic direction change for the association. “The FSA has traditionally been known as a technical standards group,” says Mike Shorts, FSA President, “but there is a representation gap from industry leaders to effectively influence environmental compliance policies with respect to sealing devices.” The FSA has been internally retooling over the past couple of years and the new plan is complete.
The FSA’s vision is to be the leading trade association that is recognized and accepted as a subject matter expert and a technical leader advocating and influencing environmental compliance policies. This new and focused direction will create and raise standards in technology, safety, quality, and best practices for sealing devices. The FSA will enhance its existing education program on the correct adoption of technology and practices and will be a key collaborator with other organizations that influence and direct the development of key standards that directly impact the users of sealing devices.
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