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173 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.
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155 Top Ten Tips for Training Providers

The British Security Industry Association's training providers section has compiled this useful guide to help companies and individuals wishing to identify the most reputable and professional security training providers.
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DTI WEEE Guidelines

Guidance from the Department of Trade & Industry regarding the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive.
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327 Guidelines for intruder alarm systems incorporating split systems

The recommendations apply to sub-systems within I&HAS installed to PD6662. This document has been drawn up to specify acceptable design parameters to minimize the potential for increased false alarms inherent with more complex systems.
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