The Global Life Safety Alliance, a not-for-profit organization available to security and life safety professionals, has changed its name to the Life Safety Alliance and updated its logo.
“We are delighted to roll out our abbreviated name and redesigned logo. While we have always been, and will always be, globally focused, we feel this new brand more effectively portrays our evolution as an Alliance,” said Life Safety Alliance president Michael Gips of Global Insights in Professional Security (GIPS), in a statement.
Established in 2018, the alliance describes itself as a repository of research and information that security professionals may not find elsewhere.
“Today, several organizations and associations serve the security and life safety industry in various ways. While each has an integral mission to support factions of the community, such as industry professionals and solution providers, no one place exists for the global community, educational bodies, research foundations, think tanks, corporations, and individuals wishing to enter the profession to find information on the training, education, tools, and resources that are available. The Life Safety Alliance is aggregating its resources to be that central location,” states the new Life Safety Alliance in a press release.
The alliance also has a Canadian connection. The Canadian Security Association (CANASA) is an alliance partner and CANASA executive director Patrick Straw is currently an alliance board member.
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