The European Industry Day was the occasion for a major conference held in Brussels on February 28th, with over 400 participants from all areas of Industry. The conference reviewed the current EU initiatives but also debated new ideas on a joint vision for the long-term future of European industry.
While the EU is at an economic and political crossroads, the European security industry has an unmatched potential to contribute to recovery and foster economic growth. In this White Paper, Euralarm sets out the policy priorities and actions that are essential for enhancing the innovative strength and global competitiveness of the security industry in Europe and, consequently, for improving the security of all Europe’s citizens.
Euralarm today named Julie Hanson as Secretary, part of its Brussels-based team.
Hanson has extensive experience in administrating various associations in Brussels.
Prior to this assignment, she spent 10 years working for various Brussels-based consultancies specialising in providing association management services in positions ranging from Association Manager to Director.
To be applied together with §6b Art1 and §9b of the Statutes
To improve the diversity of representation in the Euralarm Board
Members Meetings of Euralarm Sections elect up to four Board members (Chairman, Vice chairman and up to two more delegates to the Board). The following selection criteria aim at a broad diversity of members and countries being represented in the Board:
If there are sufficient suitable candidates for the election of Section delegates to the Board, preference shall be given to delegates coming from different members and different countries. The diversity shall however not jeopardize the quality of the delegation.
In 2019 the General Assembly of Euralarm members adopted new modifications to our statutes in accordance with Article 60 of the Swiss Civil Code.
The structure of the Euralarm statutes is based on the original version of 1973. Since then, it is evident that the environment in which our association is active has changed considerably and subsequently, Euralarm has adapted its activities accordingly. The modifications adopted reflect this modernisation and adaption to the requirements of this dynamic landscape. One major change is the creation of a new membership category: associate membership.
Download the updated Euralarm statues in English. (see attachment)
Euralarm strives for a professional, innovative and transparent market for the members to deliver products, systems and services with a high level of quality, performance and lifetime dependability, for the benefit of society.
Key elements of EURALARM’s mission, goals and objectives are:
"From cybersecurity to standardisation, this collaboration helps us advocate the right policy framework for the future."
"WAGNER decided to permanently engage in Euralarm’s activities with special respect to matters of fire safety, contributing to reduce trade barriers and to enhance competitiveness and harmonisation of the European market."
CH 6300 Zug - Switzerland
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Euralarm represents the fire and security industry, providing leadership and expertise for industry, market, policy makers and standards bodies.