Fire and security standards


LPC Sprinkler Rules – FPA publishes Technical Bulletins update

Published by the FPA, the LPC Sprinkler Rules has recently been updated to incorporate new Technical Bulletins. Read More

The British Security Industry Association (BSIA): A profile

A profile of the trade association for the UK's security industry, the BSIA, which has helped shape security standards for more than four decades. Read More

ASFP to offer new member benefits in conjunction with BSI

The ASFP has signed a series of agreements for members with the British Standards Institution (BSI), the national standards body of the UK. Read More

IFSEC’s LPCB Attack Testing Zone schedule revealed

We can now reveal the full line-up of the products that will be on show at the LPCB Attacking Testing Zone at IFSEC International 2022. Read More

IFSEC Global’s most read in security: 2021 edition

IFSEC Global explore the most read articles related to the security industry published on our site this year. Read More

“Lack of standardisation for fire risk assessments is leaving the wind industry exposed”, says new Firetrace report

A new report by Firetrace, has set out best practice to the importance of conducting effective fire risk assessments at wind farms. Read More

Protecting data centres – “A fast growing market”, says Chubb Fire & Security

IFSEC Global speaks to Chubb Fire & Security's Neil Scrivener on the need for global scale protection of data centres. Read More

BSIA launches code of practice for security fog systems

The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has launched its latest code of practice for security fogging. Read More

Emphasis on closer collaboration with industry in new fire and rescue standard for non-residential buildings

The Fire Standards Board has launched a new initiative to improve the fire safety standards of non-residential buildings. Read More

New BS 9518:2021 released for processing of alarm signals by an alarm receiving centre

A new British Standard code of practice has been published for the processing of alarm signals by an alarm receiving centre (ARC). Read More

Euralarm vote signals fire and security industry ready to embrace secure remote servicing with new EN 50710 standard

Euralarm has passed a vote on EN 50710, related to secure remote services for fire safety and security systems. Read More

ONVIF releases Profile M for metadata and events for video analytics

Profile M is designed to address the video analytics market, and expand the pathway for the increased use of metadata and event handling. Read More

NSI updates Access Control Systems Code of Practice in third edition

The NSI has published the latest revision of its Code of Practice for the Design, Installation, Commissioning and Maintenance of Access Control Systems. Read More

Global Fire Equipment awarded EN 54-13 approval

Global Fire Equipment (GFE) has been awarded EN 54-13:2017+A1:2019 system compatibility approval for its solutions. Read More

Euralarm calls for associate members to join organisation

Prior to organising its Extraordinary General Assembly and following a decision of its members, Euralarm has opened the doors for Associate Members to work with the organisation. Read More

Euralarm urges postponing end date of the co-existence period for LVD standards

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, Euralarm is urging the European Commission to consider postponing the end date of the co-existence period for LVD standards. Read More



Sign up to free email newsletters

Downloads

Whitepaper: Multi-residential access management – The move to digital

2024 trends in physical security and critical communications

The Video Surveillance Report 2023

How cloud-based video surveillance can enable improved security for housing associations

EBOOK: Lessons from FIREX 2023 – Emerging challenges in fire safety

Return on Investment of Digital Access Management Solutions – Whitepaper for Critical Infrastructure Protection

EBOOK: Are You Ready for The Terrorism (Protection of Premises) Bill?

IFSEC 2023 eBook – Big Tech, Martyn’s Law and Drone Threats