How does a manufacturer achieve seismic compliance across multiple jurisdictions and facility types? Seismic resistance is an integral part of building design in moderate to severe earthquake regions; additionally, when it came to nonstructural components and systems, the code requirements contained a “blind spot.” However in the late 2000s, when California hospitals started requiring shake table testing, many other jurisdictions followed suit.This webinar will review the history of seismic requirements and demonstrate the best ways for manufacturers and equipment sales representatives to comply.Topics include:Required shake table testing, Answers from Analysis, Experience Data. TRU Compliance is the accredited product certification agency of Structural Integrity Associates, with a certification scheme covering seismic, wind, and blast performance of non-structural components and systems. Our engineers are experts in the structural performance of non-structural systems under extreme loads and subjects those systems to industry-leading testing and assessment. Our certification group has tested over 800 components, certified over 25,000 individual products, and completed over 100 OSHPD OSP certification programs. Products bearing the TRU Compliance mark have been documented to withstand extreme events and maintain structural integrity and functionality.