Hydraulic and Fire Consultants that are part of the AHSCA are:

  • Professionals who have had to submit their qualifications and experience to become a part of the AHSCA, hence proving their knowledge of Hydraulic and Fire Services systems to a high level.
  • Required to maintain their education through a Continued Professional Development (CPD) program which ensures they are up to date on current design processes, products and technologies.
  • Able to contribute to the science and practice of the industry with a variety of knowledge and skills.
  • Required to provide Hydraulic and Fire Services in a professional and ethical way in accordance with the AHSCA Code of Ethics and Code or Professional Practice.