NFSI B101 Committee Information

  1. The NFSI B101.2, NFSI B101.4, NFSI B101.7, NFSI B101.8, NFSI B101.9 and B101.10 are currently in development.
  2. The NFSI B101.10 subcommittee is currently establishing committee members. Please contact Laura Cooper if you would like to participate on this subcommittee.

 

The next NFSI B101 Main Committee meeting will be held in January 2018. Exact date and location TBD. Please contact Laura Cooper for more information at laurac@nfsi.org.

 

 

 

 

  Current annual membership fees are based on one of the three categories below.

 

 

 

 

Producer:

An entity that produces or supplies any product that can be related to slip, trip and fall prevention. This includes, but is not limited to manufacturers of: flooring material, cleaners andsurface finishes; floor auditing, testing, buffing and burnishing devices etc. Trade Associations may also be classified as Producers. Trade Associations are defined as a membership-supported organization that represents the interests of those operating in a specific industry. A Trade Association may also be that of an industry trade group, sector association or other organization who offers professional assistance such as: market research, education, lobbying, etc. to their members.Annual member dues are based upon the following chart:

Producer (net income):
TierNet Income Range per TierDues
5$500 million or more$5,000
4$250 million$3,500
3$150 million$2,000
2$100 million $1,000
1Less than $99,999,999 million$750

Users:

An entity that maintains or installs any pedestrian walking surface or consumes products which impacts the probability of slips, trips and falls. Users also include the owners and occupiers of said premises and those providing consultative services in the evaluation of slips, trips and falls. Example walking surfaces include: walkways, floors, pools, spas, tubs, showers, boats,construction sites etc. Trade Associations may also be classified as Users. Trade Associations are defined as a membership-supported organization that represents the interests of those operating in a specific industry. A Trade Association may also be that of an industry trade group, sector association or other organization who offers professional assistance such as: market research, education, lobbying, etc.to their members.

Annual Member dues are based upon a flat fee of $495.

General Interest:

General Interest members are neither Producers nor Users. This category includes, but is not limited to, regulatory agencies (state and federal), researchers, educators and any individual or organization that is effected by or interested in the need for slip, trip and fall prevention. Annual Member dues are based upon a flat fee of $495.