Vacant Property Protection Publications
Asset marking products requirements and test methods
This standard gives requirements related to products used for the marking of assets, including cash, for the purposes of deterrence against theft and/or identification of stolen goods or identification of a suspect exposed to a marking product. This standard also gives requirements for products used to indicate the authenticity of an item.>
An introduction to PAS 820
PAS 820:2012, ‘Laboratory-identifiable forensic codes – classification of performance when exposed to artificial weathering’ is a document published by the British Standards Institute. Form 147 is a short introductory guide to help potential readers of the PAS to understand its content and whether or not it is relevant to them.
A guide to protecting your bicycle
Bicycle theft is a growing problem in the UK. According to research carried out by Halfords In 2010, there were 115,147 reported reported thefts. This guide will help all bicycle owners To protect their bicycle from theft using property marking technology. A ‘how to’ video to Accompany this guide is available on the BSIA’s YouTube channel – www.youtube.com/thebsia
Security of Heritage Property
These guidelines are designed to provide owners, managers and guardians of all kinds or heritage sites and property with an overview of the common considerations of risk assessments and security measures to be taken into account on heritage sites. It is not intended to be a detailed manual, but should be used to help frame thinking about security and to outline the process to follow in preparing risk assessments and the necessary mitigation measures to be taken.
This guide is primarily intended for owners of private houses, smaller businesses in listed properties, custodians of individual properties open to the public and groups of volunteers caring for heritage in their community.
Manufacture, application and data recording of asset marking systems – a code of practice
This code of practice gives recommendations related to asset marking systems intended to enable the identification of the legal owner of the marked asset. Recommendations to be followed by BSIA members are given for the manufacture and suitability of application of the asset marking system together with the operation of associated registers. It is intended to be a valuable source of information to assist specifiers and end users.
Asset and property marking code of ethics for Section members
This code of ethics has been prepared in consultation with the BSIA to safeguard the interests of consumers in the UK of security products provided by members of its Asset & Property Marking Section.