NBFAA AMENDS CODE OF ETHICS IN FAVOR OF CONSUMER RIGHTS; DOCUMENT UPDATED FOR FIRST TIME IN 7 YEARS
SILVER SPRING, Md.
The National Burglar and Fire Alarm Association (NBFAA) has approved changes to its Code of Ethics designed to focus on the need for increased attention to consumer protection. The latest amendment to the code states that, when providing products and services, NBFAA members impact their customers, public emergency response agencies, their employees, competitors and the general public. NBFAA members are required to take all appropriate steps to adhere to the association’s principles as they apply to each of these impacted groups. Failure to comply with the code will result in disciplinary action to be taken by the board of directors. Prior to this revision, the code was first adopted in 1971 and amended in 1993. For a complete copy of the revised Code of Ethics, call (301) 585-1855 or visit http://www.alarm.org.
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