This category is for professional fire associations that have active members. This can include organizations representing a range of products, services, or a commercial business sector. Most fire 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 associations can require minimum qualifications for membership, professional licensing, or prior employment within a private sector.
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American Fire Sprinkler Association
Non-profit organization representing the automatic fire sprinkler industry. Offers education and training for contractors, yearly convention and exhibition, monthly magazine and technical information.
Automatic Fire Alarm Association, Inc.
Represents the automatic fire detection and fire alarm systems industry. Includes events, industry links, membership information, and materials.
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
Publishes fire and building safety standards including the National Electrical Code.
National Independent Fire Alarm Distributors
Association representing the interests of fire alarm dealers. Provides marketing, safety, and promotional information to its members.
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