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About the NJELSA
The New Jersey Electronic Life Safety Association (NJELSA) represents electronic security professionals, system integrators, fire alarm companies, manufacturers and distributors that do business in New Jersey. By joining the NJELSA, you’ll open the pathway to being licensed – a legal requirement in NJ for alarm installers. Plus, when you become a member, you’ll enjoy many more benefits. Our professional code of conduct benefits consumers who rely upon security systems for their personal safety, the safety of their homes and families, businesses and communities. In addition, the NJELSA promotes public safety and fosters positive relationships with police, fire and elected officials at the local, state and national level.
CEU Training Classes
December 4, 2019
ADI, South Plainfield
ALL of the courses are REQUIRED for
licensing AND renewal
Important Update on Third Party Reporting
You Voted. We Now Have a New Name!
At the recent Membership Meeting, held October 17, you voted for a new name for our association. Click below to find out what it is!
Your 2020 Dues Invoice This Week
This week you will receive your new 2020 association dues. You’ll notice that this invoice is different than those sent in years past and here is why.
A Letter from Our President
Read NJESA President Christine Marzano´s letter announcing exciting new changes and opportunities coming to your New Jersey Security Association
NJ Legislature Approves Resolution Congratulating NJESA on its 50 Years
Read the New Jersey Legislature´s joint legislative resolution congratulating the New Jersey Electronic Security Alarm Association upon its fiftieth anniversary.
Thank you to Our Sponsors, Pioneers, and Those Who Joined Us to Celebrate Our 50th Anniversary
Meet the Pioneers of the NJ Security Industry
The NJESA 2020 Calendar of Events Is Now Available
Law A-3666 Opposition and Public Hearing Update
Huge Turnout at Public Hearing to Oppose Proposed Rules and Regulations for the New Public Works Contractor Registration Law
Even though the public hearing was held two days before the July 4th Independence Day holiday, thanks to the NJ ESA´s efforts, along with the support of the AFAA of NJ and the New Jersey chapter of NAFED, approximately 200 people from various industries attended the July 2 public hearing.
The public hearing, held by the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, focused on the proposed new rules / regulations for Public Works Contractor Registration, due to the passage A-3666 / S-3071 earlier this year. Click the button below to learn more about what happened at the public hearing.
IMPORTANT: NEW LAW WILL AFFECT ALL COMPANIES THAT PERFORM PUBLIC WORK IN N.J.
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