Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
Wednesday, October 1, 2003

Network Multifamily first to Five Diamonds

IRVING, Texas - Network Multi-family’s central station recently became the first to earn the “Five Diamond 100 percent Operator Certified Central Station” designation from the Central Station Alarm Association. The designation is given to those central stations who have 100 percent of their operators certified by the CSAA Central Station Operator Level 1 online course or in conjunction with the SIA/APCO “Train the Trainer” course.

In addition to achieving 100 percent certification, companies must pledge to renew operator certifications annually through CSAA’s online learning course.
Henry Bros. project to help prevent false alarms

SADDLE BROOK, N.J. - Henry Bros. Electronics, a subsidiary of Diversified Security Solutions Inc., has been awarded a $1.3 million contract to design, provide and install electronic security equipment at an unnamed defense company’s new facility in Southern California.

The project will integrate access control, CCTV, alarm monitoring, emergency telephones, public address intercoms and burglar alarms. Construction at the facility should be completed in June 2004. The system includes CCTV verification that will meet the verification standard requested earlier this year by the Los Angeles Police Commission.
CSAA announces 2004 NAMTSE event

VIENNA, Va. - The Central Station Alarm Association has announced its 2004 North American Monitoring Technologies Symposium and Exhibition will be held in Memphis, Tenn., from May 19-24, 2004.

While an exact location was not available at press time, CSAA said it will be within 30 minutes of a new gambling and entertainment resort. The CSAA Education Committee will send out topics to be covered and requests for presentations as soon as they are available.