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S1 - Intruder alarms and a harmonised European standard

21 September, 2005

This guidance document reviews the progress that has been made in pursuit of a harmonised European Standard for the design and installation of intruder alarms; it offers practical advice for those who are uncertain about their choice of intruder alarm.

S5 - Alarm signalling using the internet protocol - Part 2 - Considerations for insurers

30 March, 2007

This document considers the issues for insurers that are emerging with the introduction of this technology, and proposes a basis for evaluating the various implementations of the technology. Specifically, the purpose of this guide is to help the insurance industry assess whether IP-based alarm transmission systems (ATSs) which are currently being promoted to the security industry are fit for the purpose of forming the signalling link from an intrusion and hold-up alarm system (I&HAS) to an alarm receiving centre (ARC).

RC9 - Recommendations for Oil Fired heating installations

18 July, 2011

These recommendations are applicable to all installations that use, for heating purposes, petroleum oil fuels having a flashpoint (closed cup) of 38*C and above.

RC59 - Risk Control - Fire safety when charging electric vehicles

16 July, 2012

This document aims to provide practical guidance to insurers and their clients on fire hazards and appropriate control measures associated with the charging of electric vehicles in public places, on commercial and industrial premises and within or in the vicinity of residential premises (such as blocks of flats, care homes and sheltered accommodation). The vehicles concerned include the new generation of electric cars, vans and electric buggies of the type that are now frequently used at sports events and seen on the roads around commercial and industrial sites; a separate section considers mobility ‘scooters’.

S2 - Alarm signalling using the internet protocol

19 January, 2006

This report is aimed at those seeking an introductory understanding of different methods of transmitting security alarm data over local area network (LAN) and wide area nerwork (WAN) infrastructures using internet-based protocols.