Membership

NFSN welcomes applications for membership from all parts of the industry and from any organisation with interest in sprinkler protection as the most effective way of protecting life and property from the effects of fire.
Type of company or organisation
Cost
Public sector organisations
£250
Large Installers or National Companies
£250
Small Installers or Local Companies
£250

Becoming a member

Membership

NFSN welcomes applications for membership from all parts of the industry and from any organisation which has an interest in the promotion of sprinkler protection as the most effective way of protecting life and property from the effects of fire.

NFSN is a democratic organisation, promoting an all-inclusive approach. NFSN’s funding comes predominantly from its members and its activities are therefore entirely directed to benefiting the interests of all its members and the wider public good.

Any company or organisation with an interest in the UK sprinkler industry should join NFSN and participate in all its activities. We work together to educate the public, building designers, building control and local and national politicians in the benefits of sprinklers. We also work together to influence future standards, legislation and government policies.

NFSN is also committed to making sure that sprinkler systems are installed to the highest professional standards support third party accreditation. NFSN’s primary objectives include providing authoritative information on the benefits of sprinkler systems and how sprinklers can play a significant role in saving life and property from the devastating effects of fire. To these ends, NFSN works closely with the government, fire and rescue service, building control officers, insurers, architects and town planners.
NFSN welcomes applications for membership from all parts of the industry and from any organisation which has an interest in the promotion of sprinkler protection as the most effective way of protecting life and property from the effects of fire.

NFSN is a democratic organisation, promoting an all-inclusive approach. NFSN’s funding comes predominantly from its members and its activities are therefore entirely directed to benefiting the interests of all its members and the wider public good.

Any company or organisation with an interest in the UK sprinkler industry should join NFSN and participate in all its activities. We work together to educate the public, building designers, building control and local and national politicians in the benefits of sprinklers. We also work together to influence future standards, legislation and government policies.

NFSN is also committed to making sure that sprinkler systems are installed to the highest professional standards support third party accreditation. NFSN’s primary objectives include providing authoritative information on the benefits of sprinkler systems and how sprinklers can play a significant role in saving life and property from the devastating effects of fire. To these ends, NFSN works closely with the government, fire and rescue service, building control officers, insurers, architects and town planners.

Who should join

  • Fire Brigades and Rescue Services
  • Insurers
  • Certification Bodies
  • Organisations promoting public safety
  • Individuals with an interest in sprinklers
  • Consultants
  • Authorities/Organisations providing care, supported living or social housing
  • Companies which are listed under the FIRAS or IFCC
  • Domestic and Residential Installer scheme are classified together with LPCB Level 1 installers
  • Installer Members
  • Certificated (Level 4)
  • Registered (Level 3)
  • Registered (Level 2)
  • Registered (Level 1/1P)
  • Water Mist System Installers: Companies solely in the business of installing water mist systems are most welcome to apply for membership
  • Manufacturers of water mist components who are third party certified by any internationally recognised certification body will pay the same subscription as Suppliers and Manufacturers of Listed Equipment
  • Suppliers and Manufacturers of Listed Equipment
  • Manufacturers of sprinkler heads and watermist heads/ nozzles Suppliers/ manufacturers of listed components for sprinkler systems and watermist systems
  • Trade: Suppliers of unlisted equipment and services not holding third party certification

Current members

Fire & Rescue services

  • Avon Fire & Rescue Service
  • Bedfordshire & Luton Fire & Rescue Service
  • Bucks & MK Fire & Rescue Service
  • Cambridge Fire & Rescue Service
  • Cheshire Fire & Rescue Service
  • Cleveland Fire Brigade
  • Cornwall Fire, Rescue & Community Service HQ
  • County Durham & Darlington Fire & Rescue Service
  • Cumbria Fire & Rescue Service
  • Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service
  • Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service
  • Dorset & Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service
  • East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service
  • Essex County Fire & Rescue Service
  • Gloucestershire Fire & Rescue Service
  • Greater Manchester Combined Authority
  • Hampshire Fire & Rescue Service
  • Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Authority
  • Hertfordshire County Council
  • Humberside Fire & Rescue Service
  • Lancashire Fire & Rescue Service
  • Leicestershire Fire & Rescue Service
  • Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue Service
  • London Fire Brigade
  • Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service
  • Mid & West Wales Fire Brigade
  • Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service
  • North Wales Fire and Rescue Service
  • North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service
  • Northamptonshire Fire & Rescue Service
  • Northumberland Fire & Rescue Service
  • Nottinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service
  • Oxfordshire Fire & Rescue Service
  • Royal Berkshire Fire & Rescue Service
  • Scottish Fire & Rescue Service HQ
  • Shropshire Fire & Rescue Service
  • South Wales Fire & Rescue Service
  • South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service
  • Staffordshire Fire & Rescue Service
  • Suffolk Fire & Rescue Service
  • Surrey Fire & Rescue Service
  • Tyne & Wear Fire and Rescue Service
  • Warwickshire Fire & Rescue Service
  • West Midlands Fire Service
  • West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service
  • West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service