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PACOM 8003 intelligent control panel achieves BS8243 PD662-2017 compliance

PACOM Systems, part of STANLEY Product & Technology, a leading provider of security and access control solutions, has announced that its PACOM 8003 intelligent security control panel has achieved BS8243 PD662-2017 approval. A true hybrid panel, the PACOM 8003 is ...

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Interserve and EMCOR UK achieve conformity to new ISO for occupational health & safety

Interserve and EMCOR UK are among the first companies worldwide to achieve conformity to ISO 45001, the new international standard for occupational health and safety following a rigourous assessment by business standards company, BSI. Led by the UK, with input from over ...

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BIFM launches discussion on FM compliance

As part of a campaign to provide greater clarity around the issue of compliance within the built environment, the British Institute of Facilities Management has launched a Leaders’ Forum discussion paper on FM compliance. Service providers and clients are often unsure how to ...

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Churchill Compliance wins three-year deal with China Fleet Club

Churchill Environmental Services has won a contract with China Fleet Club, one of the UK’s leading country clubs. The contract, which commenced on 1 January, applies to the main building complex on China Fleet Club’s site, situated on the borders of ...

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Looking for trouble

New technology is transforming the way premises are kept secure – but it also raises issues of compliance with the law and codes of practice The evolution of technology in the security sector has been rapid, delivering a level of ...

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New CPD training for emergency lighting and ‘stay put’ lighting from Lux Intelligent

Lux Intelligent manufacturer Advanced has launched a new CPD training module focusing on emergency lighting testing compliance. Created against a backdrop of changing emergency lighting standards, including the new category of ‘stay put’ lighting, the new training module is designed ...

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What CCTV users need to know about GDPR

According to the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) there are estimated to be up to six million CCTV surveillance cameras in the United Kingdom. Many businesses use CCTV systems for their security benefits, however the images of people captured is ...

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Levels of protection

Alan Luscombe, Director at Uninterruptible Power Supplies, a Kohler company, explains the Uptime Institute’s Tier Classification System and the role of UPS in achieving compliance The Tier Classification System is a tool created by the Uptime Institute with the fundamental ...

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Standard practice

Steven Fox of Qube Global Software explains how International Financial Reporting Standards will effect FMs. And that any business with a leasing strategy or extensive portfolio of leased assets will need to be fully compliant come January 2019 International Financial ...

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Data safe

  The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), due in May 2018, requires a stringent approach to the storage and management of data. Paul Moonan, MD of Restore Scan, warns that failure to prepare could be damaging and costly A recent Insight ...

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