Minimize

AFAA Code of Ethics

As individuals and companies engaged in the fire detection and alarm systems industry, we recognize our responsibility to maintain high standards of reliability in the application of the life safety and property protection systems provided by us.

 

We, therefore, pledge and ascribe to the following:

 

  • To be honest and fair in all matters with our employees, customers, subcontractors, distributors, competitors and suppliers
  • To follow nationally recognized Codes and Standards, federal, state and local laws and regulations, when designing, supplying or installing fire detection and alarm systems.
  • To encourage and support well-founded legislation affecting our industry and the people we serve.
  • To support and participate in the education of those in and regulating our industry.
  • When representing the Association we will conduct ourselves professionally and with decorum.
  • Individually, we will strive for high standards of performance and professional competence.
  • We will judge all of our actions based on the questions, "Is it right?" and "Is it fair?"

 

We accept this code freely and pledge to support our Association in its endeavors to improve the life safety and property protection in the United States of America.

Please take the time to read this important information;

   Minimize

organ_donor_logo.gif         

 

114,734 people are waiting for the gift of life

18 people will die each day waiting for an organ

1 organ donor can save up to 8 lives

 

 

 

Each day, about 74 people receive organ transplants. However, 18 people die each day waiting for transplants that can’t take place because of the shortage of donated organs.

Please decide today to make your wishes known about organ and tissue donation.

  • Your heart could beat for someone else.
  • Your lungs could breathe for someone else.
  • Your kidneys could free two people from dialysis.
  • Your liver could save the life of a patient awaiting a transplant.
  • Your corneas could give sight to two people.
  • Your bones could help repair other people's damaged joints.
  • Your skin could help heal burn victims.

AFAANJ.GIF