Leaders Council, will be coming soon.
The Government & Regulatory Affairs Committee develops and monitors
legislative and regulatory issues for KCMA;
develops a strategy to respond to issues;
and develops policy recommendations.
The Standards Committee admin-
isters the KCMA Standards and Certifica-
tion Program including the ANSI review,
oversees publication of material related to
the certification program, and follows up on
complaints. It maintains a liaison with HUD
and other government agencies to promote
certified cabinets, and with CPSC to en-
courage the use of voluntary standards.
The Environmental Stewardship
Program (ESP) Committee develops
and administers all aspects of the ESP,
coordinates on the program with other
KCMA committees, and also reviews
requirements for certification.
The Marketing Committee pro-
motes membership in KCMA, develops/
oversees association services, promotes
awareness of the KCMA testing and
certification program and also the ESP
program. The committee also develops
marketing and management information
surveys, oversees KCMA publications
and advertising, and assists in planning
educational programs and seminars.
The Associates Committee consists
of representatives among the supplier
members. This group supports KCMA
activities and works to increase interaction and exchange between supplier
members and manufacturers. ‹
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KCMA keeps members informed
of proposed government regulations.
It also offers a great opportunity to
interact with our peers. The certi;cation programs are also essential. My
advice is to attend the conferences/
meetings/tours and get involved. We
need to protect our industry – we do
not want to become like the furniture
industry and disappear from U.S.
- Mark Trexler,
Master WoodCraft Cabinetry
Kitchen cabinet manufacturers are
our main customers and we believe
in participating in trade associations
to be able to shape and know about
important issues facing our industry.
As a supplier, the main bene;t for
us is that we are able to get to know
our customers, face to face, and on a
- Karl Rudisser, Blum Inc.