Electronic Security Association, Inc.
Code of Ethics and Standards of Conduct
Amended May 14, 2010 by Executive Committee
Members of the Electronic Security Association (“ESA”), f/k/a National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association,are committed to serving the public with high quality products and services that help protect lives and property through the detection and notification of certain events. The ESA Code of Ethics and Standards of Conduct (collectively the “Code”) is intended to assist ESA members and their employees in providing these products and services to the public in a highly ethical manner.
This Code is intended to provide guidance for ESA members in the ethical conduct of business. ESA expects its Members to meet or exceed the guidelines set forth in this Code. Members are encouraged to implement policies and procedures that provide the highest standards of quality and consumer protections. In addition, if there is a conflict between this Code and any state, federal, and/or local rule or regulation, the controlling rule or regulation supersedes this Code. Members should interpret this Code as broadly as possible to protect all impacted groups to the greatest extent possible. This Code is binding on all members of the ESA.
Failure to comply with this Code may result in disciplinary action, including but not limited to termination of ESA membership. Members are required to respond truthfully and accurately to all inquiries made by ESA during an investigation into a potential violation of this Code.