Access and Asset Protection Guidance
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A Specifiers Guide to Access Control and Sustainability
Issue 3 of this guide describes the features of access control systems and assists specifiers. Its classification scheme enables a security risk assessment to be linked to the recommended requirements for the system and the protection afforded by the associated door, turnstile locks, etc.
Access Control - An Installer's Basic Guide
The BSIA Access and Asset Protection Section has recognised the growing range and complexity of Access Control systems and the need for professional specification, installation and use. This guide will help installers improve their knowledge of this subject.
Access Control Systems and Disability Discrimination
These guidelines give advice and recommendations about the design of access control systems installed to improve the security of buildings whilst maintaining a level of convenience. Specifically, the guidelines cover aspects of design related to ensuring that disabled persons do not suffer discrimination. In this context, it means ensuring that the level of convenience for all users, disabled or not, is comparable.
A Guide to Token and Reader Technology In Access Control Systems
The BSIA Access and Asset Protection Section has recognised the growing range and complexity of Access Control systems and the need for professional specification, installation and use. This guide will help the user improve their knowledge of access control.
Installation of Access Control Systems Using IP Technology - a Guide
These guidelines have been prepared to guide what an access control system will require from an IP system. It applies to systems combining access control functions with IP networks.