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.
The following proposal of the BSIA was approved by a resolution passed at the Euralarm General Assembly 2009 in Sorrento / Italy.
The proposal shall lead to a common interpretation how new membership applications should be dealt with and which specific criteria should be fulfilled to achieve Euralarm membership.
Article 3 of the Euralarm statutes shall be read as follows:
Membership in accordance with Article 2 may be applied for
Applications for membership in one of the sections shall be submitted in writing to the General Secretariat. Admission to membership shall be decided upon by the Euralarm Board. All these decisions shall be taken in accordance with Article 8 paragraph 6/7 of these Statutes.
*It means that the divisions should have their independency what decisions in their specific business concerns
This change is proposed to ensure that any company or trade association is primary in the Security and/or Fire industry.
Approved and released by the Euralarm members on May 18th, 2009 at the Euralarm General Assembly 2009 in Sorrento / Italy.
EURALARM CODE OF CONDUCT – 2015 – V2.0
EURALARM, the European Trade Association for the electronic Fire and Security Industry, states that EURALARM
With this Code of Conduct EURALARM aims at creating trust in the integrity of the sector among all parties and institutions concerned. The EURALARM Code of Conduct provides clear and mandatory rules to its members, thus reducing the risk of improper conduct. The EURALARM Board will impose sanctions if it becomes aware of any violation of this Code of Conduct.
This EURALARM Code of Conduct is only valid for EURALARM internal affairs. As far as member companies/ associations codes of conduct are existing, they are in higher priority in respect to compliance rules to be followed by the individual members and persons."
1. CONSULTATION AND DECISION MAKING WITHIN EURALARM
The following rules shall at all times be respected for all dealings within EURALARM:
1.2. PROHIBITED TOPICS
Members agree to abide strictly to antitrust rules. In particular the following topics are definitely prohibited at all times within and on behalf of EURALARM:
1.3. TOPICS THAT REQUIRE SPECIAL ATTENTION
The following topics might, under certain circumstances, present a problem from a competition law point of view. This means that these topics must at all times be discussed, within the context of the trade organisation, in proper consultation with an expert in the field of competition law:
1.4. POSITION PAPERS AND PRESS RELEASES
EURALARM ensures that no position paper or press release contains a wording that, intentionally or unintentionally, could suggest an arrangement, a uniform conduct or a recommendation by EURALARM or by member companies. Allowed wording includes:
Activities mentioned above shall be conducted in a way which does not prefer an individual member or a limited group of members.
2. STANDARDS OF CONDUCT: INDIVIDUAL MARKET CONDUCT OF MEMBERS
In order to protect the reputation of EURALARM it is essential that the individual members respect the following rules in their EURALARM activities:
EURALARM will implement this Code of Conduct by informing all EURALARM members about this regulation with binding rules for members and their representatives. It will remind all participants in every meetings of this Code of Conduct. Furthermore it will stipulate that violation or non-observance may result in immediate termination of membership. Other forms of sanction include warnings, reprimands and suspensions.
This EURALARM Code of Conduct has been approved and accepted by the EURALARM Board members unanimously at their meeting on 07. July 2015.
"From cybersecurity to standardisation, this collaboration helps us advocate the right policy framework for the future."
"We value Euralarm’s close relationship with the European Institutions and its leading role in standardisation, particulalrly in European minimum quality services and professional qualification."
"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."