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  • To avoid uncertainty, reduce administrative burdens and encourage investment we support pan-European processes for testing, audit and certification for fire safety and security products and services

    To avoid uncertainty, reduce administrative burdens and encourage investment we support pan-European processes for testing, audit and certification for fire safety and security products and services

  • To maximise the quality, scope and potential societal benefits of our industry’s research, we collaborate and cooperate with testing houses, universities and research institutes

    To maximise the quality, scope and potential societal benefits of our industry’s research, we collaborate and cooperate with testing houses, universities and research institutes

  • Our members work closely together with key players to develop standards that will deliver the highest quality products and services as efficiently as possible

    Our members work closely together with key players to develop standards that will deliver the highest quality products and services as efficiently as possible

  • We seize the opportunities of digitalization by working with all participants in the value chain to advance work on standards for cybersecurity, IoT, AI and BIM

    We seize the opportunities of digitalization by working with all participants in the value chain to advance work on standards for cybersecurity, IoT, AI and BIM

  • Euralarm members contribute to driving sustainable growth that will strengthen the EU’s Single Market and expand global markets for European companies

    Euralarm members contribute to driving sustainable growth that will strengthen the EU’s Single Market and expand global markets for European companies

  • We value our close collaboration with Euralarm and its involvement in achieving a timely and efficient standardisation process in support of the fire safety and security industry.

    We value our close collaboration with Euralarm and its involvement in achieving a timely and efficient standardisation process in support of the fire safety and security industry.

    Elena Santiago Cid, Director General CEN-CENELEC
  • Euralarm is an important interlocutor for us in matters regarding security industrial policy. Their feedback on and contributions to our policy debates are clear and informative, which makes them a valued partner.

    Euralarm is an important interlocutor for us in matters regarding security industrial policy. Their feedback on and contributions to our policy debates are clear and informative, which makes them a valued partner.

    Anabela Gago, Head of Unit, Innovation and Industry for Security, DG HOME, EU Commission
  • Euralarm is an important partner as technology transforms our industries. From cybersecurity to standardisation, this collaboration helps us advocate the right policy framework for the future.

    Euralarm is an important partner as technology transforms our industries. From cybersecurity to standardisation, this collaboration helps us advocate the right policy framework for the future.

    Malte Lohan, Director General Orgalim
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  • standardization

    Working together on a better, safer and more secure Europe

    The subject of standardisation has been at the centre of attention over the past couple of months. Not only during our own General Assembly, but also during that of CEN/CENELEC and during the subsequent high-profile conference, a large number of aspects of standardisation were discussed. And these are only a few examples of the many conferences, panel discussions and seminars on standardisation.

    Despite this great interest, much remains to be done. For example, the way in which the standardisation process meets the requirements and demands of the European market leaves room for further improvement. Like many others, I am convinced that Europe's success is partly determined by the standards that are used for consumer and business products and services.

    Therefore, a strong Europe requires a strong standardisation process. A process that enables standards to be developed in a fast and flexible way. Standards that are created in this way are the standards for the future; standards that contribute to progress of the European industry and enable it to occupy the position that Europe deserves: at the forefront of the world market. But there is, of course, more than the commercial interest of European industry. A successful standardisation process also contributes to the quality of products and services and the speed and efficiency with which they are developed. And since a high quality product requires more competence of staff, it will also be a driver for better education and higher qualified personnel.

    Cooperation is a prerequisite for a strong, flexible and fast standardisation process. Cooperation between standardisation organisations, certification bodies, European institutions and all other stakeholders in this field. This cooperation allows us to focus on various standardisation themes: interoperability, services, knowledge and skills of staff, and so on and so forth. In recent years, we have been able to collaborate with numerous European representatives and MEPs. I would like to thank them for the progress we have made together. However, there is still work to be done. And as the newly elected MEPs prepare to take their seats, I invite them to work together with us towards a better, safer and more secure Europe!

    Martin Harvey
    Euralarm President
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Endorsements

  • Malte Lohan

    Malte Lohan

    Director General Orgalime

    "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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E-mail: secretariat@euralarm.org

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Who we are

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