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Alliance Commitments Updated

posted Jan 28, 2013, 8:55 AM by Robert DuPont
During January 2013, ARC members updated the commitments of the Alliance for Regulatory Coordination.

Newly added is a commitment to promote contemporary administration of building-related regulatory programs.

The updated commitments, shown below, are also intended to more simply communicate the positive focus and intent of Alliance members while they work together to promote public safety throughout Wisconsin.


Promote better coordination between state and municipal building-related
regulatory programs
.

  • Identify and help eliminate regulatory re-work among state and municipal regulatory programs.
  • Develop information and recommendations to help improve state and municipal regulatory programs.

Promote contemporary administration of building-related regulatory programs.
  • Encourage consideration of national model codes and standards by citizen advisory code councils during the development of Wisconsin codes.
  • Encourage Wisconsin involvement in development of national model codes and standards.

Work together to identify, prioritize and communicate shared concerns
and recommended solutions.

  • Develop a common vision among Alliance members regarding administration of regulatory programs.
  • Communicate with state officials with a chorus of allied voices.

Help grow public trust in building-related regulatory agencies and programs.
  • Encourage transparency in regulatory program planning, operations and finances.
  • Advocate for accountability, certainty and public involvement in the management, planning and operational aspects of the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services.

Support the Wisconsin Building Safety Network (WBSN)
  • Encourage the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services to facilitate municipal administration of state codes for the design, construction and maintenance of buildings in Wisconsin.
  • Promote recognition, respect and resources for the WBSN so state and municipal participants can efficiently and effectively promote public safety throughout Wisconsin.
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