Community and Industrial Organizations
In addition to our CEO’s involvement with preeminent fire protection agencies, we ensure that our NOREL Service staff stays up to date with current standards as members of industry associations.
The National Fire Protection Association's mission is to reduce the worldwide burden of fire and other hazards on the quality of life by developing and advocating consensus codes and standards, research, training, and education. NOREL serves or has served on the following committees: NFPA 76, NFPA 909, NFPA 720, NFPA 25, NFPA 914 and DARAC [Disability Access Review and Advisory Committee]. NOREL's President is on the Board of Directors at NFPA.
The purpose of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers is to advance the science and practice of fire protection engineering and its allied fields, to maintain a high ethical standard among its members and to foster fire protection engineering education. NOREL is a member of the National and Local New England Chapter.
American Fire Alarm Association is established to be the foremost industry advocate organization dedicated to improving the quality and reliability of Fire and Life-Safety Systems by providing high quality training and education programs aimed at promoting code compliant installations along with appropriate ongoing inspection, testing and maintenance of these systems. Our President has served on the Board of Directors.
Massachusetts Electrical Contractor Association's goal as a value-added resource is to provide an advantage to each member's operation and bottom line through communication, education, and legislation. MECA works hard to deliver a strong voice to the needs of electricians - whether they are small or large shops in the electrical industry. MECA keeps members up-to-date with legislative initiatives that protect the rights of contractors.
Massachusetts System Contractors Association is a trade association of companies who are in the systems contractor business. MSCA is dedicated to the education and promotion of the use of fire warning, security, and other power limited devices and systems including telephony, data, audio, and video for the safety, convenience, and protection of the public.