The Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA)
is seeking participation from alarm monitoring companies in two recently launched surveys.
The first survey will measure the attitudes of central station owners towards the proposed "Alarm Monitoring Model Licensing Act." The CSAA Contract Monitoring Council believes that the bill would be beneficial to central station monitoring companies; however, the passage of such legislation is a time-consuming and expensive endeavor, and funding is needed from the companies that will benefit from this legislation.
After several years of outreach, the Council seeks input from alarm monitoring companies regarding their interest in and support for pursuing this agenda. Company representatives are asked to complete the short survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/LZWLGN5. The results of the survey will be kept anonymous and confidential.
CSAA also launched the Wage and Salary Survey, an update to an initial compensation survey conducted in 2005. The survey promises to provide the most extensive snapshot of industry wage and salary practices and help alarm businesses make informed compensation and hiring decisions.
Participation is open to all monitoring companies and company-specific information will be confidential.
To participate in the survey, visit http://csaaintl.org/csaa-wage-salary-survey/
. Survey responses are due September 15. Survey results will be available in digital format for purchase by late fall.