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Code of Ethics

Each Canadian Fire Alarm Association (CFAA) Member and Registered Technician shall:

1. Be dedicated to safety of the public from fire, in all aspects of their fire alarm work
2. Adhere to all applicable fire alarm codes, standards, and by-laws in all areas of fire protection including design, manufacture, application, installation, verification, maintenance servicing and promotion of fire alarm systems
3. Only perform fire alarm services and/or render opinions for which they have qualification and experience
4. Be honest and truthful in all dealings
5. Behave in a manner that upholds the principles and integrity of the Canadian Fire Alarm Association
6. Support the education of industry participants concerning advances in Life Safety and Fire Alarm
7. Promote the Goals and Objectives of the Canadian Fire Alarm Association, and both refrain from and discourage others from the misuse of its name and logo
8. Participate in lifelong learning regarding the practice of their profession

The Canadian Fire Alarm Association considers a breach of the Code of Ethics to be a serious offense against the Association, and infractions may be subject to disciplinary action.