Welcome to New Jersey Section IMSA

Certification Request Survey - Click Here for the form

Technical Session November 9th

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Certification December 15th and 16th

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Annual Conference and Certification Week

March 27th ~ 31st 2017 @ Rutgers Eco Center NJ

Since 1896, when IMSA was founded, an International meeting has been held every year. Expert speakers are selected to present Public Safety subjects that are educational in scope and motivational to everyone in attendance. Manufacturers exhibit the latest product innovations at the Annual Conference. Experienced engineers and technicians are on hand to demonstrate equipment and to give personalized attention to the individual needs of the IMSA members. Through its International Committees, the IMSA successfully represents its members by undertaking and completing many important Public Safety projects. For example: working in an advisory capacity granted by the Federal Communications Commission IMSA provides coordination of public safety radio frequencies for the fire, emergency medical service and public safety pool including 800 MHz. IMSA offers educational and certification programs in Traffic Signals, Signs and Markings, Work Zone Traffic Control, Municipal and Interior Fire Alarm systems, Public Safety Dispatcher and Flagging. To assist the governmental agencies in lowering the likelihood of unnecessary legal actions and to increase the quality of public safety personnel, it is the deep conviction of IMSA that a certification program is warranted in each area of public safety operations..

Section Officers

  • George Baureko - Section President / National Delegate at Large / Certification Chairman
  • Mike Wargo - First Vice President / Section Delegate.
  • Chaz DeVitis - Second Vice President / Web Master / Certification Co-Chairman
  • Joe Burris - Secretary Treasurer / Section Alternate Delegate

Internation Municipal Signal Association

Since its origin in 1896, IMSA has grown in size, stature and prestige. Today, the Association has members in all areas of the United States, in many areas of Canada, and in many of the free countries of the world. Through its many years of continuous dedication of effort in improving and advancing all aspects of public-safety, IMSA has gained recognition and influence with local, professional organizations. Membership is comprised of persons employed by governmental organizations (city, county, state, federal, province, etc.) and private corporations who are interested in promoting Public Safety in the most economical manner. The IMSA objectives are to improve the efficiency, installation, construction, and maintenance of Public Safety equipment and systems by increasing the knowledge of its members on traffic controls, fire alarms, radio communications, roadway lighting, work zone traffic control, emergency medical services and other related systems..