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The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is advising its members of a change to the regulations for cables sold in the European Union. As of 1st July 2017, only cable compliant with European standard EN 50575:2014 can be sold for use in installed fire and security systems. This follows a 12 month transition period, after the standard for power, control and communication cables was added to the list of standards called up by the Construction Products Regulation (CPR) on 1st July 2016.
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has excelled in a recent audit to achieve certification to the new ISO 9001:2015 quality standard.
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is pleased to announce the winners of its Regional Security Personnel Awards 2017. Now in their nineteenth year, the prestigious awards serve to recognise the outstanding achievements and invaluable contributions made by professionals working within the UK’s private security industry.
For the first time ever, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is pleased to announce that it is offering a new ‘probationer membership’ across all 17 sections of membership.
Forging a closer relationship between the UK and US security markets in preparation for the introduction of post-Brexit trade deals is the key focus of renewed talks between the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) and its American equivalent, the Security Industry Association (SIA).
The BSIA has announced a glamorous new venue and high-profile keynote speaker for this year’s Annual Luncheon, which marks the organisation’s 50th anniversary.
Helping local businesses make the most of their security investment is the key focus of the forthcoming North West Security Procurement Conference, taking place in central Liverpool on Wednesday 3rd May.
New figures published by Cifas has revealed that identity fraud is on the rise. The statistics have been collected from 277 banks and businesses and show almost 173,000 recorded frauds in 2016, the highest level to date.
The Surveillance Camera Commissioner, Tony Porter, has today launched a national surveillance camera strategy for England and Wales, which has been endorsed by the British Security Industry Association.
As the 10th National Apprenticeship Week draws to a close, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has called for security companies to nominate their apprentice installers for the 2017 Apprentice Installer Awards. These esteemed awards recognise the very best emerging talent from the electronic security industry.
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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 marking 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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