Clary joins NFPA council

Wednesday, February 1, 2006

PACHECO, Calif.--With the appointment of Bay Alarm's Shane Clary, the low-voltage industry will have representation on an important National Fire Protection Association council for the first time in several years.
"I hope to bring the perspective of the installer to the standards council," Clary said.
Clary, vice president of codes and standards compliance for Bay Alarm Company, a large regional residential and commercial security and fire installation company here, was named to a three-year term on the NFPA Standards Council.
"The council works to ensure that due process and fairness are upheld throughout the creation and revision of NFPA codes and standards," said Lisa Braxton, NFPA spokeswoman.
Members of the council are nominated and elected by the NFPA Board of Directors.
The 13-person committee includes representatives from various industries including petro-chemicals, lodging and manufacturing, Clary said. He replaces on the board an individual from the National Institute of Standards and Technology.