This category is for professional fire and security associations that have active members. This can include organizations representing a range of products, services, or a commercial business sector. Most fire and security associations promote professionalism, and provide education and training opportunities for its members. Many provide certifications, code of ethics, standards of conduct, best practices, legislative oversight, develop professional standards, allow for networking, and information exchange. Fire and security associations can require minimum qualifications for membership, professional licensing, or prior employment within a private sector.
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Alarm Industry Research Educational Foundation (AIREF)
Tax-exempt foundation representing the electronic, life safety, security, and systems industry and their associations, under the auspices of the National Burglar and Fire Alarm Association (NBFAA).
Central Station Alarm Association
Organization representing providers, users, bureaus, and other agencies of UL-Listed and/or FMRC-approved central station protection services.
False Alarm Reduction Association
Assists government and public safety agencies in reducing false alarms for their jurisdiction in the United States and Canada.
Merseyside Security Association
Police, fire, insurance, alarm installers and other security industry companies are represented. In Liverpool England.
The National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association - NBFAA
Represents, promotes, and supports the electronic life safety, security, and systems industry. Provides a source of information and training for its members.
New York Burglar and Fire Alarm Association
Representing the interests of the New York electronic life safety and security industry.
North Texas Alarm Association
Nonprofit organization comprised of sales, service, and installing companies. Monitoring facilities, distributors, and manufacturers are also represented.
Texas Burglar and Fire Alarm Association
Presents an effective voice for alarm users. Working with Texas city and county officials, creates safety and security standards for the alarm process as a whole.
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