My Tracker.The original standards tracking service on the Internet. Easy to use - just point and click. No purchase required, and best of all - it saves you time.
How My Tracker Works:
Create an account if you don't already have one.
Browse our database and select standards that are important to you.
Click the Track It button on your search results or on the document detail page -- this adds the item to the My Tracker list.
Receive automatic email alerts every time a document on the My Tracker list is updated, amended, withdrawn, or replaced.
Important Facts to Know:
- Every time you purchase a standard, documents are automatically added to the My Tracker list.
- Log in and click My Tracker to check the status of your tracked items.
- Updated items will appear on the top of the My Tracker list.
- From the My Tracker page you can filter or sort your documents.
- Easily identify the most recent change to a document on your list.
- See if you've purchased the most recent version of a document.
- Add or remove items at any time.
- This is a free email alert service, not a "standing order" service
- Track an unlimited number of standards from our extensive list of publishers for free!
Why My Tracker?
Staying up-to-date with changing codes and standards is a difficult and time-consuming task. But it's necessary - for compliance, quality assurance and maintaining a competitive edge in today's global economy. So how do you get it done quickly and easily? With My Tracker.
"...It takes all the worry out of wondering when new and updated versions will be posted or whether my customers are using the latest version."- J. Parry
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Please note: there may be delays between the approval date and when the published document is actually released to the public.