The April meeting of the Oklahoma Alarm & Locksmith
Advisory Committee was held in room #806 of the Oklahoma State Department of
The meeting was called to order at by Paul Juneau.
First order of business was the approval of the minutes from
The minutes were approved and Paul moved to the report from the AD Hoc Committee.
Lori passed out the result sheet of the survey forms sent out to all known Monitoring stations, and there was some discussion from the committee members on the results.
Paul Conrady arrived and finished up the Ad Hoc report. He told the committee and the room the AD Hoc had some discussion on CEUs, and the interest in possible ongoing training. †There were concerns one policy could not cover all trades, and some people in the room said they may at least be interested in keeping the trades up on the Life Safety Codes. †It was turned back to the Ad Hoc for further review.
Next Paul Juneau moved into the review of company applications.
There were four Companies up for review. Only two Companies
had applied for Locksmith licensing: Arm Security, Inc. out of
The Alarm Group was moved to the end of the list, to give the legal staff sufficient time to make the meeting. †Once they got to the end of the list, they called Mike Nelson before the committee, and Don Maisch from legal asked for his advice. The Alarm Groupís application was tabled last month due to concerns and the owner not being present.
The issue being whether a manager is allowed to own and manage two separate companies at the same time, so the issue was given to legal to go over and render their advice. †Don said he would have his office go over it and have a answer ready by the May meeting.
Next, Paul moved to new issues, and there were none; on to old issues, and there were none; then discussion from OSDH staff, and there was none.
Then Discussion from the general public, and there was also none.
Next was discussion from the Committee, and Ed Humes had some issues to bring forward.† Ed asked OSDH staff about the licenses dates not being updated on the web, and they told the committee it would be looked into.
Then Charles Hudecek spoke on House bill 2258 that would require all out of State contractors to list specific information on all job bid sheets, and that info will be needed on all new applications.
Then Paul Juneau called for a 10 minute recess, after which the committee was going into Executive Session.† The committee went into Executive Session at and was in session until , when they moved out of Executive session and everyone was let back in the room and the meeting continued.
There were six individuals to be voted on from the executive session.† The committee voted to approve four of the individuals and denied the other two.
After all were voted on, Paul told the date for the next meeting and asked to vote for adjournment, and the meeting ended at .
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