ANSI/EASA AR100-2015The recommended practice for repairing electric motors and maintaining their reliability and efficiency.
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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.
EASA strongly encourages its members to represent the electrical apparatus sales and service industry with the highest quality of business integrity, ability and service by meeting the following guidelines:
When one EASA member has a disagreement with another EASA member regarding the intent or spirit of the Association's Code of Business Practice, Governing Policies and/or Bylaws, or by conduct contrary to the best interests of the Association, the member may confer with EASA's Trade Relations Committee in accordance with the following procedure: