Friday, 30 January 2015 13:48

Meet Joe Holland, Vice President of Engineering Featured

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What’s behind our successes, five industry awards and stellar growth curve since the company’s founding in 2009? Our team members, of course.
 
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Joseph M. Holland is LifeSafety Power’s Vice President of Engineering. Joe has more than 40 years of engineering, marketing and management experience in the life safety industry. He’s the former Chief Engineer of Fire Control Instruments, where he was responsible for product line development. He co-founded AlarmSaf Inc. where he oversaw all product development and manufacturing and was responsible for many ground-breaking innovations.
 
He’s a long-time member of both NFPA and IEEE and has been a contributing instructor of CEU-accredited course work in the area of life safety power for more than 35 years. 
 
Today, Joe continues to lead LifeSafety Power in its achievement of Smarter Power Solutions. He is the chief architect of all LifeSafety Power Products, including the FlexPower™ Power Management System, which incorporates many industry-leading advancements applicable to the access control, security, CCTV and mass notification industries.
 
His goal is to provide the guidance and drive necessary to establish LifeSafety Power as the premier power supply manufacturer in the industry.
 
In his spare time, he enjoys spending time at his log home in New Hampshire, kayaking with the grandkids, bicycle riding and home repair.
 
 
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Tuesday, 27 January 2015 16:15

Welcome to the LSP Blog Featured

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Smarter Power Solutions courtesy LifeSafetyPower

At LifeSafety Power, we're committed to helping the industry make better educated decisions about power for access control, security, fire systems, mass notification and CCTV systems.  So we're launching this blog site - with the goal of engaging and educating readers on the latest innovation in power solutions.

Some of the planned topics include new product announcements; insights and technical information on specifications; the company, our leaders and our expertise; and frequently asked questions or need-to-know tidbits.

Watch for the launch, and follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook to find out more.

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