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Keeping Up With the TSP

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Keeping up with the latest versions of ESTA's Technical Standards Program standards and other documents can be made easier with the ESTA Foundation's new subscription service. When you initially subscribe, you will receive electronic and hardcopy editions of all the standards, recommended practices, and other TSP documents available at that time.
As new documents and new editions are published, they will be sent to you. Furthermore, you will receive all the draft standards, as they become available for public review, plus Standards Watch, the bimonthly publication that keeps you up to date on standards and legislation that affect our industry. Keeping a TSP Publication Subscription is an excellent way to make sure that you always have the current edition of a standard on hand and that you know about new documents and revisions under development. More information is available at the ESTA Foundation website at


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