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Fire, Emergency and Security Systems

The FSA operates as a specialist group within the ECA and in partnership with SELECT (The Scottish Electrical Contractors Association) offering national representation and the highest level of expertise for those who design, install, commission, maintain and monitor fire, emergency and security systems.

About the FSA

FSA membership is available to companies who have achieved the highest levels of certification in the Fire, Security or Monitoring centre fields - through 'approved' industry certification bodies or the FSA's own Certification Scheme.

Additionally, clients can be assured that FSA member companies, not only deliver the highest calibre of work possible, but are also supported by an organisation that ensures they are performing at their peak. We also proactively work with our wider industry to improve professionalism and commercial opportunity. 

Moreover, as a member of the FSA, your company will get access to all of the benefits and services from the ECA.

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Are you  based in Scotland?

Are you based in Scotland?

Membership enquiries for companies based in Scotland, please visit SELECT:


  • The FSA on IFSEC TV

    Watch: The Fire & Security Association on IFSEC TV

    Steve Martin, head of the Fire & Security Assocation, speaks to IFSEC TV during IFSEC 2017, which took place at London ExCeL.

  • Why Join the FSA

    Why Join the FSA

    Download our brochure to find out all you need to know about membership to the FSA and the why your company should join the UK's leading Fire & Security Association.

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Industry urged to complete fire and security skills survey

Industry urged to complete fire and security skills survey

24 Jan 2017

Trade bodies assess state of play ahead of fire, emergency and security apprenticeship launch