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The purposes of the Association are:

  • Develop an educational program for the interpretation and application of applicable codes, standards, and ordinances pertaining to the installation, inspection, testing and servicing of fire detection and alarm systems within the State of Texas.
  • Initiate and support sound legislation affecting the development, application, and enforcement of codes, standards and ordinances pertaining to fire detection and alarm systems and safety of life and property.
  • Establish a working relationship with all levels of authorities having jurisdiction over the development, implementation and enforcement of codes, standards, standards and ordinances pertaining to fire detection and alarm systems and safety of life and property.
  • Develop and provide educational training and technical data and liaison to the Fire Service, Political Subdivisions, Boards, Commissions, Agencies or Individuals regarding the interpretation and application of codes standards and ordinances pertaining to fire detection and alarm systems and safety of life and property.
  • Develop progressive professional standards for the improvement of fire detection and alarm systems application, installation, inspection, testing, and service throughout the industry to enhance safety of life and property.
  • Develop a Business Code of Ethics for the Association which shall be aided by and enforced by all members and recognized by all with whom the Association does business.
  • Develop and provide intercommunication and information on all matters of interest to Association members.



 

 

Free UL Webinar Series

Meeting the Challenges of the Future Built Environment

UL is hosting a webinar series that may be of interest to TFAA members. Topics to be covered include:

  • Webinar 1:Wed. Sept.2, 2020– Pressure Reducing Valves
  • Webinar 2:Wed. Sept.9, 2020–Indoor Air Quality and Ventilation
  • Webinar 3:Wed. Sept.16, 2020– Firefighter PPE
  • Webinar 4:Wed. Sept. 23, 2020– Smoke and CO Alarms
  • Webinar 5:Wed. Sept. 30, 2020– Emergency Communications Systems
  • Webinar 6:Wed. Oct. 7, 2020– Passive Fire Protection
  • Webinar 7:Wed. Oct. 14, 2020– Tall Timber Buildings
  • Webinar 8:Wed. Oct. 21, 2020– Flammable Refrigerants

For more information, and to register, go to:

https://www.ul.com/events/meeting-challenges-future-built-environment?utm_content=amplify&utm_source=LinkedIn&amplifyid=595

 


   

 

 





 

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