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LOOK OUT THEY ARE OUT THERE. Read the article in the NEWS page about fast buck maker that went wrong and got caught. Like Dirty Harry said, "you have to know your limitations" and if you don't know them, "do you feel lucky, well do you?"
NEW!!! CCTV Tools for both the Salesman & Installation/Service Persons
The NAAA is proud to announce the newest way to save CCTV bids and verify that the job goes in the way it was sold.
The CCTV Professionals Electronic Toolbox
is the first of two TOOLBOXs from LERC that the NAAA is carry. Go to our CCTV UTILITIES page to get the whole story.
Fire Design Book - Classes NOW OFFERED
NAAA Board member Ricardo Gonzales PE. has written a new and inovative book. This book deals with the finer points in design of Fire Alarm systems and how to keep within the word and spirit of the different standards. The book is available through our Training Materials page. A resident workshop-class is also available for groups, whether they are AHJs, designers or just those who want to be up to date with design standards.
The keys to professionalism are training and communications ...
To better advance the welfare of members through the free exchange, among members, of ideas and the dissemination of information concerning trade practices, business conditions, technical developments within the industry, and any related subject of concern to the security industry. The Association is to be non-profit and does not contemplate financial gain or profit, incidental or otherwise.
History of the NAAA
National Alarm Association of America (NAAA) was founded in 1984 as a means for the independent alarm dealer to have a voice in the betterment of the industry.
Its two main goals therefore are to provide a forum for the alarm dealer and serve as a filter and provider of the very best in training programs and manuals for the education of not only the installer and service personnel but also the people that design systems.
To that end the NAAA started in 1984 with the first and only complete video tape + manual program for basic education of alarm technicians. Originally headquartered in California the organization's corporate papers were transferred to Dayton, Ohio, in the 1990's to make it more centrally accessible to the entire country.
Today the NAAA has active members from all 50 states as well as 3 territories and 6 other countries.