Martin Franke

Martin Franke

16 April 2019

Zug, 16 April 2019 – Both as European citizens and as professionals in the fire safety and security industry Euralarm is shocked and saddened by the horrific fire that has engulfed the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris.

The Euralarm Board expresses its sympathy for the people of Paris and France. At the same time, we commend the courageous efforts of the fire department and intervention forces who put themselves at risk to protect this world heritage building.

Although at this moment in time there is no definitive explanation as to what caused the fire, there will of course be a thorough investigation. The Euralarm Board with its members will consider how it can support in the guidance on fire safety measures during construction works.

10 April 2019

Zug, April 2019 – Following a decision of its Board, Euralarm has welcomed its newest member Halma plc. The company will join the Fire Section of Euralarm.

Halma will now benefit from Euralarm’s services in terms of representation towards European institutions and standardisation organisations. This includes the monitoring of legislative and standardisation issues relevant to the industry. Halma will have access to the extended network of national associations and major companies in the electronic fire safety and security sectors, which form Euralarm’s members. The new membership will create opportunities for both sides, as it also strengthens the association.

Halma

Halma plc is a global group of technology companies with the aim of growing a safer, cleaner, healthier future for everyone, every day. The Fire & Security Division provides products that protect both lives and property. Within the fire detection & alarm sector these products include wired and wireless fire detection (smoke, heat, gas, multi), audible and visual warning devices, beam and flame detectors, single or networked control and indicating systems. In the field of security the company offers wired and wireless security product solutions covering applications from small residential to large commercial premises.

Gain expertise on markets and opportunities

Companies joining Euralarm get a unique insight into what is happening on other European markets and the opportunities that they might offer. They not only tap into the political expertise and understanding of the EU policy but can also make personal connections with technical and political experts and potential business partners.

Being a member of Euralarm enables companies and associations to gain expertise on standardisation. Members have their voice heard in Brussels and can support and direct standardisation and legislative processes.

About Euralarm

Euralarm represents the electronic fire and security industry, providing leadership and expertise for industry, market, policy makers and standards bodies. Our Members make society safer and secure through systems and services for fire detection and extinguishing, intrusion detection, access control, video monitoring, alarm transmission and alarm receiving centres. Founded in 1970, Euralarm represents over 5000 companies within the fire safety and security industry valued at 67 billion Euros. Euralarm Members are national associations and individual companies from across Europe.

26 March 2019

Euralarm welcomes the recent announcement from the European Commission of an “implementing decision” concerning harmonised standards for the Construction Products, which includes the long-awaited citation of two core Fire Detections standards hence confirming them as harmonised standards under the Construction Product Regulations (CPR).

19 March 2019

After the successful study and publications of its book ‘False Alarm Study’ the Fire Section of Euralarm recently decided to continue the study and ask the Technical Group Fire Alarms how the reduction of false alarms can be further progressed.

14 March 2019

MEPs adopt the EU Cybersecurity certification scheme for products, processes and services, whilst also expressing their deep concern about Chinese IT in the EU. It establishes the first EU-wide cybersecurity certification scheme to ensure that certified products, processes and services sold in EU countries meet cybersecurity standards.

30 January 2019

In a politically exciting year with European Parliament elections in May and a new College of Commissioners in the autumn, Orgalim started 2019 with an updated name and brand identity.

20 January 2019

BRE Global Ireland has received confirmation that it has completed the European Union’s process to operate as a Notified Body and a Technical Assessment Body by achieving accreditation from the Irish National Accreditation Board (INAB).

06 January 2019

Euralarm urges to use holistic approach of fire safety when renovating buildings.

10 December 2018

In its strategy on AI for Europe, the Commission proposed to work with Member States on a coordinated plan on AI by the end of 2018.

03 December 2018

Zug, Switzerland, November, 2018 – Paul van der Zanden is the new General Director of Euralarm. Paul holds over 30 years of experience in the global security market. The new General Director is committed to making Europe a safer place where more people have access to reliable fire protection- and security systems as well as services.

Endorsements

  • Malte Lohan

    Malte Lohan

    Director General Orgalim

    "From cybersecurity to standardisation, this collaboration helps us advocate the right policy framework for the future."

  • Dr. Ing. Oliver Linden

    Dr. Ing. Oliver Linden

    WAGNER Group Product Manager

    "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."

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Euralarm represents the fire and security industry, providing leadership and expertise for industry, market, policy makers and standards bodies.