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Section 1: Membership Qualifications(a) 1. Active Members of this Association shall be firms engaged in the business of servicing electrical, electronic and/or mechanical apparatus. Members must meet the following qualifications:A. Have been in business at least one year, except a newly established or acquired location of an Active member firm is eligible for Active membership regardless of its length of time in business as long as it meets all other membership requirements;B. Have at least two full-time employees;C. Have been approved for membership;D. Agree to be bound by and comply with the provisions of the Bylaws and Governing Policies of the Association.2. Where an Active Member is a part of a business organization which has more than one such location, each facility is eligible to apply for its own membership in the Association and the benefits of membership shall not be made available to, nor be used by, any such separate facility which does not hold its own membership in the Association.(b) Associate Members of this Association shall be firms which are not eligible as Active members, as defined under Article III, Section 1(a). Associate members must meet the following qualifications:1. Be engaged in a business with interests identified with and similar to those of the Association;2. Have been in business at least one year;3. Have a sound financial condition and practice good business ethics.(c) Allied Members shall be firms or individuals who have an interest in the advancement of the electrical apparatus service industry and are not eligible for Active or Associate membership.(e.g., utilities, regulatory agencies, consultants, design firms, energy service companies, research centers and educational institutions or firms).(d) Privileged Members shall be persons who have rendered service to EASA and desire to remain involved with the Association.(e) Honorary Members shall be International Past Chairmen; and those past Executive Vice Presidents of EASA approved by the Board of Directors.(f) Where “member” is referred to in these Bylaws, it is intended to mean an Active, Associate or Allied Member firm, or an individual Privileged or Honorary member, unless otherwise stated.(g) Eligibility for membership under these classifications shall be determined by the Board of Directors in its sole discretion.
Section 2: Firms(a) Each member firm in good standing shall file with the Association a written designation of a full-time employee of the firm who shall have full authority to act for the member of this Association.(b) Each Active member shall be entitled to one vote.(c) Associate, Allied, Privileged and Honorary members shall not be entitled to vote or hold office, but shall be allowed other privileges subject to such restrictions as may be determined by the Board of Directors.Section 3: Membership Application(a) Application for Active membership shall be made upon forms provided for such purpose. The applicant, if approved by the Admissions Committee or Board of Directors, shall, upon payment of dues and/or fees, become an Active member of the Association.(b) Application for Associate membership shall be made upon forms provided for the purpose. The applicant, if approved by the Board of Directors, shall, upon payment of dues and/or fees, become an Associate member of the Association.(c) Application for Allied membership shall be made upon forms provided for the purpose. The applicant, if approved by the Board of Directors, shall, upon payment of dues and/or fees, become an Allied member of the Association.(d) Application for Privileged membership shall be made upon the forms provided for this purpose. The applicant, if approved by the Regional Director and the Admissions Committee, shall, upon payment of dues and/or fees, become a Privileged member of the Association.(e) Honorary membership shall not require an application and such members will not be required to pay dues.Section 4: Membership Termination(a) A member may terminate his membership at any time by written notice to EASA Headquarters, with such termination being effective upon receipt. (b) Should any member or firm cease to be actively engaged in the activities described in Article III, Section 1(a) of these Bylaws, said member shall notify Headquarters and resign from the Association. (c) Members may be censured, suspended or expelled by the Board of Directors for violation of either the Bylaws or Governing Policies of the Association, or for conduct contrary to the best interests of the Association. Disciplinary action shall be approved by two-thirds (2/3) vote of the Board of Directors, provided that a statement of the charges shall have been mailed by registered mail to the member under charge at his last recorded address at least thirty (30) days before such action is taken. Such statement shall be accompanied by a notice of when and where the Board is to take action. The member shall have an opportunity to be heard at any disciplinary hearing conducted by the Board. Members of the Association shall be deemed to have consented to the right of the Association to impose such disciplinary action. The Board of Directors shall have sole discretion regarding the discipline of a member and its decision is final and binding.Section 5: Change Of Name Or Firm Ownership(a) If a member changes its name without any change in controlling ownership interest, it shall notify EASA Headquarters within sixty (60) days of the official name change.(b) If the controlling ownership in an Active member firm is sold or transferred in any manner, the member shall notify EASA Headquarters within sixty (60) days of such event. If the firm still meets the Membership Qualifications of Article III, Section 1, membership shall continue.(c) No membership can be transferred.
Section 1: DefinitionA Region is a geographic area designated by the Board of Directors.Section 2: RepresentationEach Region shall elect a Director, who shall be known as a Regional Director, to represent the members in that area.Section 3: Director ElectionRegional Directors shall be elected in accordance with Article VI, Section 4, of these Bylaws.