Security British Standards
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How up-to-date are your security standards?
Security issues are now top of the political, social, economic and business agenda. Whether it’s ensuring that information is secure, preventing crime or protecting an individual’s identity then best practice standards and guidelines from BSI can help.
Securing a Safer Environment
Best practice security-related standards support industry sectors, public or private companies, large or small and help you to identify risks and minimize security breaches to avoid incidents.
This site provides information on standards to help you with managing security: electronic security; fire protection; information security; IT security; people and employee security; physical security and vehicle security.
By adopting a practical approach to security you can minimise risks, avoid litigation, reduce insurance premiums and meet regulatory requirements in turn saving time, money and lives.
Electronic security systems
Fire protection equipment
IT network security
People & employee security
Supply chain management & risk
Installation and remote monitoring of detector-activated CCTV systems. Code of practice
Installation and configuration of intruder and hold-up alarm systems designed to generate confirmed alarm conditions. Code of practice
Security screening of individuals employed in a security environment. Code of practice
BS EN 50131-1:2006+Amendment 1:2009
Alarm systems. Intrusion and hold-up systems. System requirements
Code of practice for the provision of lone worker device (LWD) services
Keyholding and response services. Code of practice
A specification for mail screening and security
Code of practice for close protection services. Services within the United Kingdom
PAS 1998 Free download