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Anyone who has interest in the field covered by a committee's scope is eligible to become a committee member.
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Yes, payment of the annual membership fee provides access to multiple committees at no additional cost. However, a separate application must be completed for each main committee since classification is based on the member affiliation and the committee scope.
If you are a current member, you can easily join additional committees and subcommittees from the ASTM website. Simply log in to your My ASTM account and click on the "Join Additional Committees" tab on the left side of the screen.
Simply log in to your My ASTM account, and click on the "Invite a Colleague" tab on the left side of the screen.
Your username will always be either your membership number or email address (either can be used). If you have forgotten your password, use the Forgot Password link located on the login page.
From www.astm.org, select "Sign In" at the top right of the page. Use your member number or email address as USER ID, and "ASTM" in all capital letters as PASSWORD the first time you log in. You will immediately be prompted to change your password. Select "My Committees" to view information about any committee you are a member of.
According to the ASTM Regulations Governing Technical Committee Operations, on classified committees and subcommittees, members shall be classified according to voting interest. The classification of a member at main committee may be different from the classification at subcommittee level; however, a member classified on any subcommittee as a producer shall be classified as a producer on the main committee. Classifications include Producer, User, Consumer, General Interest. For more information on classification, refer to the ASTM Regulations and your Committee Bylaws.
Open participation and the consensus process are core values and the principle strengths of standards development in ASTM International. To be successful, the consensus process depends on the ability of members to work together with an attitude of collaboration and collegiality. Each member is expected to participate and contribute in good faith to the standardization activities undertaken by the committee(s) to which they belong.
There is no obligation to attend face-to-face meetings, although many members place a great value in attending. You may participate by reviewing and voting on standards through our online balloting system.