Membership in the PSA is the ideal way to support enhanced workplace safety through growth of the photoluminescent industry. You’ll be joining the only association dedicated exclusively to the needs of companies involved with the PL industry. PSA will be a strong advocate for growth in many new areas.

PSA membership is open to PL manufacturers and distributors, as well as organizations in allied fields, such as these:

  • safety
  • fire protection
  • architecture
  • electrical engineering
  • building code writing
  • facility management
  • insurance

There are three membership categories:

  • Regular Membership (voting) at $2,000, for any corporation, firm, company, partnership, or other legal entity or a division thereof, directly engaged in the business of generating broad-based acceptance of safety-grade photoluminescent products by safety professionals.
  • Service Organization Membership (nonvoting), $250, for any corporation, partnership, agency, or individual not directly involved in photoluminescence, but providing services to the photoluminescent industry, including lawyers and insurance providers.
  • Associate Membership (nonvoting), $100, for students and faculty in academic institutions and include fire safety consultants.

Dues are paid annually and are due July 1. Members enjoy several benefits, including the following:

  • reduced registration fee at our annual conference
  • access to the Members Only web pages
  • membership directory
  • networking opportunities with other members
  • advocacy and educational programs geared to code-setting organizations

If you want to join, download this form:

PSA-2016-Membership-Application-Form

If you are a member and want to renew your membership, download this form:

PSA-2016-Membership-Renewal-Form

The Photoluminescent Safety Association (PSA) is incorporated and organized as a business league as that term is used in Section 501(c)(6) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954. (EIN 02-0778825). None of the dues will be used to engage in any lobbying activities. Because no portion of the PSA’s annual membership dues is used for the purpose of lobbying, the full amount of your dues payment is deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense.

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