Legislation and compliance

laws and initiatives we support and comply with

Regulatory Compliance

Alyssa’s Law dictates that all public elementary and secondary schools properly implement alternative emergency systems or panic alarm solutions, among other requirements, approved by The Department of Education. Even though the law was an initiative in the state of Florida, currently the law has been replicated and issued to other states and has been demanding important additions since it was issued.

Compliance of the law could become a challenge for your school or organization. Please allow us to assist you in the compliance process for your organization, besides sharing the portfolio of options HAVRION is able to offer you for a successful compliance.

We are proud members of the following organizations:

The National Systems Contractors Association (NSCA) is the leading not-for-profit association representing the commercial integration industry. The National Systems Contractors Association is a powerful advocate for all who work in the integration industry, including systems contractors/integrators, product manufacturers, consultants, sales representatives, architects, specifying engineers and other allied professionals.

For more information about NSCA, please visit: https://www.nsca.org/contact/

The mission of PASS is to provide school administrators, school boards and public safety and security professionals with information, tools and insight needed to implement a tiered approach to securing and enhancing the safety of school environments based on their individual needs, nationwide best practices, and making the most effective use of resources available.

For more information about PASS, please visit:     https://passk12.org/

ALYSSA'S LAW

OTHER RELEVANT LINKS

Alyssa's Law is specific to the State of Florida. Here are other related state laws that HAVRION's solutions are in compliance with:

1. New Jersey:

2. Florida:

3. New York:

4. Nebraska:

5. Arizona:

6. TExas

Let’s make schools safer
together.