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British Automatic
Fire Sprinkler
Association Ltd

T 01887 829428

BAFSA Structure

BAFSA has developed a structure to ensure it is able to effectively develop and deliver its primary objectives of:

  • Providing authoritative information on fire sprinkler systems,
  • Influencing the development of technical and other standards,
  • Lobbying for improvements in building standards and fire legislation
  • Promoting the wider use of sprinkler systems to protect people, property and the environment from the dangers of fire.

BAFSA has been supporting the sprinkler industry for more than 42 years and now has in place a highly effective team of specialists and volunteer leaders to ensure the association's objectives are delivered. Its structure incorporates a number of permanent committees and other groups where volunteers from the industry and supportive organisations meet together to work on tasks and projects in support of the association's objectives and to deliver the policy set out by Council. 

The Council for 2016 consists of the representatives nominated by:


  • A&F Sprinklers Ltd
  • Armstrong Priestley Ltd
  • Domestic Sprinklers Ltd
  • Hall Fire Protection Ltd
  • Hall & Kay Fire Engineering
  • Pyro Protection Ltd
  • Tyco Fire & Integrated Solutions (UK) Ltd
  • Vipond Fire Protection

Suppliers and Manufacturers

  • B & C Fire Engineering
  • Reliable Fire Sprinkler (UK) Ltd
  • SPP Pumps Ltd
  • Viking Supplynet
  • Victaulic
  • Rapidrop Global Ltd
  • Tyco Building Products Ltd.


  • FM Global
  • JT Fire Consultants
  • South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service