NJ Businessman Chris Mosley Takes Helm of the Electronic Security Association

Mosley to lead the largest trade association in the U.S. representing the electronic security and life safety industry

New Jersey businessman Chris Mosley was officially installed as the president of the Electronic Security Association (ESA) at the organization’s annual membership meeting in Nashville.

Mosley, a 30-year industry veteran, is the founder and president of Marlboro-based Complete Security Systems, Inc., (CSS), one of New Jersey’s largest independently owned, full-service security and fire alarm companies. CSS, a U.L. listed security and fire alarm company, has been providing both commercial and residential services to the greater New Jersey area since 1983.

“ESA represents a dynamic, ever-changing industry that often requires the rapid deployment of innovative technologies. This creates a wealth of opportunities for our members as well as an evolving set of challenges,” says Mosley.

Mosley is an active member of the New Jersey Electronic Security Association (NJESA), currently serving on the board of directors. He was a key leader in passage of the New Jersey licensing legislation that has raised the bar on quality and service in the state through mandatory training, background checks for employees and license holders, as well as mandatory insurance requirements. “Licensure in New Jersey is a consumer protection initiative. It ensures industry codes and standards are strictly enforced within our state,” Mosley says.

As president of ESA, Mosley will focus on establishing higher standards in equipment installation and service through additional licensing opportunities, while increasing value to members and strengthening association membership.

“It is an honor to serve as president of ESA. I look forward to working with our members to address the challenges that face our industry, such as workforce development, as well as creating more opportunities to advance the organization,” says Mosley.

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