LPCB attack testing International Security Expo 2018
There will be demonstrations of live physical attack testing at the LPCB Live Test Zone at Olympia London on 28-29 November. With support from LPCB certified product manufacturers, such as CLD Fencing, Heras, Lochrin Bain, Stafford Bridge Doors and Sunray, sessions will cover attack testing on enclosures, timber and steel doors and mesh and palisade fencing. The LPCB team and manufacturers will also be on hand to answer any questions. Read more
LPCB Pavilions back at IFSEC and FIREX 2019
The Borders & Infrastructure Expo that sits within IFSEC will be located right alongside FIREX next year. The LPCB Security Pavilion and Attack Zone will again have pride of place within the Borders & Infrastructure Expo, so you will be able to witness LPCB experts demonstrating the benefits of specifying tested and approved security products. Exhibition stands around the LPCB Pavilions in both IFSEC and FIREX are selling fast so if you are intending to exhibit next year, contact Adam.Richmond@ubm.com (IFSEC) or Bradley.Horne@ubm.com
The 18th edition of the Wiring Regulations (also known as BS 7671:2018) was published on 1 July 2018. There is a six-month transition period for electricians and electrical contractors to get up to speed before the new regulations come into effect in January 2019.read more..
New guidance on fašade and perimeter security standards
Those specifying physical security products need to understand the product performance standards available, and to determine which of these best suits the potential threats they face. New expert guidance explains the differences between the standards for forced entry delay provided by façade and other building components (such as doors and windows). Download the guide here.
Issue 8.0 of LPS 1175 is on the way!
The new draft of the of LPS 1175 (Issue 8.0) will be available for public comment for a limited period from the beginning of July 2018. This new version includes important changes to the classification system, to add a more diverse range of threat scenarios, and changes to the categorisation and range of tools used in the attack tests. If you would like to participate in the consultation please go to the BRE preference pages and register your interest in ‘Standards Consultation’.