Education SessionMonitoring Industry Update: Part 1: ASAP to PSAP: Your Electronic Link to Profitability and Part 2: Checklist Working Session for UL 827 and UL1981
Thursday, June 15, 2017 09:30AM - 10:45AM
Are you ready for the upcoming implementation milestones? This session is strategic planning at its best! In this two-part industry update, we’ll review the latest enhancements to the ASAP to PSAP program. Eight of the top ten largest central station alarm monitoring companies (as ranked by SDM magazine) are all active program partners. Implementing the program has reduced workload and had measurable financial impacts. Throughout the session, a panel of experts will review the details of remaining compliance with the latest versions of UL 827 and 1981. Confirm upgrades to your major infrastructures are in place and that you are ready to take your company to the next level of quality assurance. In this two-part session you will:
- Learn the stages and benefits of the ASAP on-boarding process
- Find out if you have tested your networks and secured your data. Is your UL Checklist up to date?
Jay Hauhn is the Executive Director and CEO of The Monitoring Association (TMA). In 2014 he retired as chief technology officer and vice president of industry relations at Tyco Integrated Security, where he was responsible for product strategy including development, technology, and innovation. He was also responsible for interaction with industry associations, regulatory agencies and local, state and federal governments. Prior to the ADT–Tyco separation, Hauhn served as CTO of ADT for five years.
Previously, Hauhn served as chairman of the Security Industry Association (SIA) and as president of TMA. He served nearly a decade on the board of directors of the Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC). He is the recipient of numerous industry awards, including SIA’s “Statesman Award” in 2009 and SIAC’s William Mooney award in 2011. In April 2011, he was inducted into the Security Industry Hall of Fame. Hauhn was also recognized as one of the “Security Industry’s Most Influential People” in 2012 and in 2013 placed 16th on IFSEC’s (International Fire and Security Exhibition and Conference) global ranking of “Most influential People in Security & Fire.” In 2013, SIA created the Jay Hauhn Excellence in Partnerships Award, presented each year to an individual within a SIA member company who has worked to foster partnerships across the industry.
Steve Schmit is an Engineering Manager in UL’s Alarm Certificate Services group. He leads development of policy, procedures, and tools used by UL field staff. Steve has been with UL for 35 years and serves as the Vice-Chairman of UL’s Security Council. Mr. Schmit is also a member of the NFPA Technical Committee on Supervising Station Fire Alarm Systems of the National Fire Alarm Code.