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Using BS 8484 accredited systems, the lone worker industry is only passing between 0.1-0.2% of all lone worker generated alarms to the police via lone worker unique reference numbers (URNs). The balance of false alarms are effectively being filtered out by alarm receiving centres (ARCs) and thereby saving valuable police resources.
The illegal dumping of waste by criminal gangs is costing the security industry thousands of pounds in clean-up costs and insurance claims, according to the British Security Industry Association (BSIA).
Giant steps: How the industry is getting to grips with promoting a career in security to the next generation.
The BSIA has elected new chairmen to three of its technical sections.
The BSIA is raising concerns on behalf of the cash and valuables in transit (CViT) industry regarding proposed vehicle traffic and access restrictions in Rochdale town centre that have the potential of putting cash couriers and the general public at serious risk of harm.
Our annual report, 'The Year in Review 2017/18' has now been published and is available online and in hard copy.
The BSIA is hosting a variety of technical events across the United Kingdom this autumn.
Martin Harvey has been appointed President of Euralarm at organisation’s 50th General Assembly, succeeding Enzo Peduzzi who has served in the role for the past three years. A new general manager – Paul van der Zanden – to represent the association in Brussels was introduced. He’ll begin in post during Q3.
Looking out for number one: How the industry is taking steps to ensure the lone worker stays safe in the line of duty View the latest issue here
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is pleased to welcome Simon Banks, Group Managing Director of CSL, as their new Chairman. The announcement was made at the British Security Awards, held at the London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square on 11 July.
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The BSIA’s magazine, Spectrum, is produced quarterly to update customers on the latest developments within the Association and the security industry. It carries industry news, recent standards developments, perspectives from other industry bodies and topical articles on new technologies as well as news of BSIA awards and events.

Every edition of Spectrum is mailed to 6,000 influencers, decision makers and end-users in the security industry including key representatives and marketing departments of over 550 BSIA members. The publication is also distributed to potential members and displayed at all major BSIA and industry events both in the UK and internationally, including IFSEC International, Intersec Dubai, MIPS Russia, IFSEC Southeast Asia and Security Essen.

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