SBCA is a standards development organization (SDO) approved by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). SBCA received the re-accreditation as an SDO by ANSI’s Executive Standards Council (ExSC) for the revised operating procedures for documenting consensus on SBCA-sponsored American National Standards on July 15, 2015.
SBCA’s revised operating procedures, SBCA Procedures for Documenting Consensus, govern the activities of SBCA related to the development, reaffirmation, revision, and withdrawal of American National Standards developed for the structural building components industry whose commerce includes the design, manufacture, distribution and delivery of all manner of structural building components. Creation of SBCA standards will be undertaken based on unique structural building component industry needs and will reference other consensus standards where appropriate. Every Committee and the Standards Secretariat of SBCA will function in accordance with “ANSI Essential Requirements” making sure that due process requirements are met for the development of any and all Standards.
Current Standard Development Projects
The current ANSI standard SBCA FS 200 under development is the “Standard Requirements for the Testing, Design and Application of Foam Plastic Insulation Used as Sheathing for Building Enclosure Applications.”
Previous Standard Development Projects
- The ANSI/SBCA FS 100-2012: Standard Requirements for Wind Pressure Resistance of Foam Plastic Insulating Sheathing Used in Exterior Wall Covering Assemblies was approved by ANSI and published in October 2012 and the non-mandatory commentary was released in January of 2013.