ANSI/EASA AR100-2015The recommended practice for repairing electric motors and maintaining their reliability and efficiency.
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Ad Hoc Committee on Chapter Issues
Research and make potential recommendations to the Board of Directors on issues surrounding inactive chapters, differences in dues and realignment of chapter boundaries.
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Ad Hoc Committee on Emerging Technologies
Research the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) as it applies to the electric motor and rotating apparatus industries and determine what role, if any, the association should play in it moving forward. Also, determine the best ways to keep membership up-to-date on this topic.
Consider and act upon any membership applications that come before the committee due to disapproval or inaction by a chapter or regional director, per Governing Policy 10.
Associate Member Advisory Committee
Advises the Board of Directors and staff and provides recommendations regarding all aspects of the Association's activities relating to Associate Members.
Conduct a comprehensive study of the financial affairs of the Association including a meeting with the Association's auditors. The Committee shall present reports to the Board and any recommendations for the Board's approval.
Monitor, review and make appropriate recommendations to the full Board of Directors concerning budgets; review and draft proposed changes to the Association’s bylaws and governing policies as required; annually develop and provide to the Board of Directors a three-year strategic plan designed to carry out the mission of the Association; when necessary, act for and on behalf of the full Board of Directors between full Board meetings.
Management Services Committee
Assist in the development, review and maintenance of programs to provide the membership with opportunities to enhance their management knowledge, techniques and skills. Provide input to the Executive Committee and staff regarding the management education activity of the Association.
Marketing & Industry Awareness Committee
Assist in the development and review of programs to provide the membership with opportunities to enhance their marketing knowledge, as well as sales techniques and skills. Provide input to the Executive Committee and staff regarding the marketing and sales training and education activity of the Association. Oversee the Association’s industry awareness efforts and help administer EASA representation before other publics.
Work with staff and chapters to plan, develop and maintain an aggressive worldwide membership development and retention campaign; review membership issues and make recommendations to the Board of Directors.
Annually nominate a slate of officers and Executive Committee candidates in accordance with EASA Bylaws; annually consider nominees for the Exceptional Achievement and Service Award.
Conduct the yearly review of the President and CEO including compensation consideration. This committee may also be used by the President and CEO for advice on Headquarters operations.
Technical Education Committee
Assist in the development and review of programs to provide the membership with training and education opportunities to enhance their technical knowledge, techniques and skills. Provide input to the Executive Committee and staff regarding the technical training and education activity of the Association.
Technical Services Committee
Provide the membership with technical resources, materials and information necessary to ensure their growth in a time of rapid technological change. Enhance EASA’s technological image in the marketplace/industry.
Trade Relations Committee
Mediate written complaints of one member against another regarding alleged violations of EASA’s Code of Business Practice in accordance with EASA’s member mediation procedures.