Leaders in the photoluminescent products industry formed the Photoluminescent Safety Association (PSA) in June 2006. Membership is open to people and organizations that manufacture, sell, or market safety-grade photoluminescent products; write, implement or participate in the writing of building, personal, vehicular, and other safety codes and standards; are responsible for getting people out of buildings, tunnels, trains, buses, airplanes, ships, oil rigs and other structures safely in an emergency; and that represent first-responders or fire safety officials.
PSA is dedicated to generating broad-based acceptance of safety-grade photoluminescent products. PSA is as an advocate for PL products before code-setting organizations such as the International Code Council (ICC) and National Fire Production Association (NFPA). The PSA Code and Standards Committee work to educate the ICC and NFPA committee members on the advantage of including PL products in their building codes for safer evacuation of occupants in case of unforeseen emergencies.
PSA is an advocate for PL products before code and standard-setting organizations such as these:
- International Code Council
- National Fire Protection Association
- International Standards Organization
- local and state code-setting authorities
The PSA Code and Standards Committee works with these groups to explain the inherent value of including PL products in building design and codes.
PSA membership is open to PL manufacturers and distributors, as well as organizations in allied fields, such as these:
- fire protection
- electrical engineering
- building code writing
- facility management
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