British Automatic Fire Sprinkler Association Ltd.
International Fire Sprinkler Association (IFSA)
The International Fire Sprinkler Association (IFSA) is a not-for-profit association created in 1999 "to promote and enhance the business of manufacturing and installing fire sprinkler, water spray and water mist systems and devices in all buildings, from homes to high-rise, worldwide, with the highest degree of competence and professionalism, for the purpose of saving lives and protecting property."
The National Fire Sprinkler Association (NFSA)
The NFSA was founded to promote and improve the methods of fire protection, the discussion and consideration of all such matters as may be of general interest to the welfare, progress, and building up of the automatic sprinkler equipment business including all rules and regulations which have been, or may hereafter be, promulgated by the National Fire Protection Association and for the purpose of carrying out and obeying such rules and regulations as may be adopted and required by such association.
American Fire Sprinkler Association (AFSA)
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
European Fire Sprinkler Network
The EFSN is a coalition across the fire safety, political and other relevant communities which encourages the greater use of fire sprinklers to save lives and protect property and the environment.
The European Fire Sprinkler Network collects and distributes accurate information about fire losses and fire sprinklers, and connects and supports those across Europe who believe that fitting fire sprinklers is essential to help Europe save itself from fire.
Bundesverband technischer Brandschutz e.V.
Vereinigung zur Förderung des Deutschen Brandschutzes e.V.
HanseBelt - Region mit Rückenwind
Bundesverband mittelständische Wirtschaft – Unternehmerverband Deutschland e. V.
Programme for the Future – Economy
The JOB developments are financed by the Programme for the Future–Economy.
For the period 2007 – 2013, the Programme for the Future – Economy – comprises
roughly EURO 752 m. for economic and regional promotion in Schleswig-Holstein, thereof ca. EURO 374 m. out of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), ca. EURO 173 m. out of the Federal/State Joint Agreement “Improvement of Regional Economic Structures” (GRW) plus a special programme of additional EURO 30 m. out of the Economy Stimulation Package
I, and complementary State Funds of ca. EURO 175 m.
For the funding period 2007 – 2013, the Programme for the Future Schleswig-Holstein forms the roof covering the Programmes for the Future Economy, Labour, Rural Areas, and Fisheries. The Programme for the Future Schleswig-Holstein with a funding volume of EURO 1.4 bn. stands for more economy and employment, for more innovation and quality of life in Schleswig-Holstein.