This European Standard specifies a test method for the determination of resistance to static loading in order to assess the burglar resistant properties of pedestrian door sets, windows, curtain walling, grilles and shutters. It is applicable to the following means of opening: Turning, tilting, folding, turn-tilting, top or bottom hung, sliding (horizontally and vertically) and rolling as well as fixed constructions.
This European Standard does not apply to doors, gates and barriers, intended for installation in areas in the reach of persons, and for which the main intended uses are giving safe access for goods and vehicles accompanied or driven by persons in industrial, commercial or residential premises, as covered by EN 13241.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and classification systems for burglar resistant characteristics of pedestrian doorsets, windows, curtain walling, grilles and shutters. It is applicable to the following means of opening: Turning, tilting, folding, turn-tilting, top or bottom hung, sliding (horizontally and vertically) and rolling as well as fixed constructions. It also covers products that include items such as letter plates or ventilation grilles. It specifies requirements for the burglar resistance of a construction product (as defined in 3.1 of this standard).
NOTE 1       The elements of curtain walling have to be assigned to group 1 to 4 product depending on their design.
This European Standard does not directly cover the resistance of locks and cylinders to attack with picking tools. It also does not cover precast concrete elements.
It also does not cover the attack of electric, electronic and electromagnetic operated burglar resistant construction products using attack methods that might defeat these characteristics.
This European Standard does not apply to doors, gates and barriers, intended for installation in areas in the reach of persons, and for which the main intended uses are giving safe access for goods and vehicles accompanied or driven by persons in industrial, commercial or residential premises, as covered by EN 13241.
NOTE2   Construction products that can be reached or driven through by vehicles should be protected by appropriate measures such as barriers, extensible ramps, etc.

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This document specifies a test method for the determination of resistance to manual burglary attempts in order to assess the burglar resistant characteristics of pedestrian doorsets, windows, curtain walling, grilles and shutters. It is applicable to the following means of opening: turning, tilting, folding, turn-tilting, top or bottom hung, sliding (horizontally and vertically), pivoted (horizontally and vertically) and rolling as well as fixed constructions.
This document does not directly cover the resistance of locks and cylinders to attack with picking tools. It also does not cover the attack of electric, electronic and electromagnetic operated burglar resistant construction products using attack methods that might defeat these characteristics.
The manufacturer's installation instructions will give guidance on the fixing of the product.
An example for the contents of the manufacturer’s installation instructions is given in Annex A of prEN 1627:2019.
This document does not apply to doors, gates and barriers, intended for installation in areas in the reach of persons, and for which the main intended uses are giving safe access for goods and vehicles accompanied or driven by persons in industrial, commercial or residential premises, as covered by EN 13241.
It is acknowledged that there are two aspects to the burglar resistance performance of construction products, their normal resistance to forced operation and their ability to remain fixed to the building. This test method does not evaluate the performance of the fixing to the building.

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This document specifies a test method for the determination of resistance to dynamic loading in order to assess the burglar resistant properties of pedestrian doorsets, windows, curtain walling, grilles and shutters. It is applicable to the following means of opening: turning, tilting, folding, turn-tilting, top or bottom hung, sliding (horizontally and vertically), pivoted (horizontally and vertically) and rolling as well as fixed constructions.
It is acknowledged that there are two aspects to the burglar resistance performance of construction products, their normal resistance to forced operation and their ability to remain fixed to the building. This test method does not evaluate the performance of the fixing to the building.
The manufacturer's installation instructions will give guidance on the fixing of the product.
An example for the contents of the manufacturer's installation instructions is given in Annex A of prEN 1627:2019.
This document does not apply to doors, gates and barriers, intended for installation in areas in the reach of persons, and for which the main intended uses are giving safe access for goods and vehicles accompanied or driven by persons in industrial, commercial or residential premises, as covered by EN 13241.

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2021-05-03: TC to correct wording in  13.3.2

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This document applies to interconnections between intrusion and hold-up alarm system components using specific or non-specific wired interconnections (e.g. between SPT and CIE). The interconnected components are located within the supervised premises, or mounted on the outside of the supervised premises (e.g. external warning devices).
This document does not apply to interconnections between components located within the same enclosure, or to interconnections between parts of an I&HAS component if covered by the relevant product standard. This document does not define the physical requirements of the interconnection media.
This document is expected to be used in conjunction with the other parts of the EN 50131 series that define the functional requirements of the equipment regardless of the interconnection technique used.
Where monitoring of the functionality of the interconnections is undertaken by an interconnected component, this is defined in the relevant product standard in the EN 50131 series. If a component standard indicates that an interconnection will be monitored, then this document determines the monitored conditions applicable to the interconnection.
NOTE 1   For example, if there is no requirement in a detector standard to monitor a remote indication of detection input, this document does not apply to that particular interconnection.
Requirements for the monitoring of the functionality of power connections between I&HAS components are defined in the relevant product standard and are not included within this document.
This document defines the terms used in the field of intrusion and hold-up alarm equipment using such interconnections and includes the requirements relevant to the equipment interfaces.
Wired interconnection media can include metallic single stranded insulated cable, metallic multi-stranded insulated cable, and fibre optic cable. These cables can comprise single or multiple cores.
NOTE 2    Interconnections using RF techniques (i.e. wire free interconnections) are dealt with by EN 50131 5 3.

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This document provides guidelines to organizations for establishing the basic elements, strategies and processes for preventing and reducing crime and the fear of crime at a new or existing built environment. It recommends the establishment of countermeasures and actions to treat crime and security risks in an effective and efficient manner by leveraging environmental design. Within this document, the term "security" is used in a broad manner to include all crime, safety and security-specific applications, so it is applicable to public and private organizations, regardless of type, size or nature. While this document provides general examples of implementation strategies and best practices, it is not intended to provide an exhaustive listing of detailed design, architectural or physical security crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) implementation strategies or restrict the potential applications to only those examples provided in this document.

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This European Standard contains terms and definitions applications to CBRNE.
Common understanding and communication is important in the implementation of an effective CBRNE response and this communication will be most effective if there is common understanding of the terms used. Many of the terms and definitions listed here have been widely used for many years, while others are the result of cross-cutting experience of areas of CBRNE. The gradual evolution of our understanding of CBRNE and response measures means that CBRNE terminology will continue to develop.

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This document is for combined passive infrared and microwave detectors installed in buildings and provides for security Grades 1 to 4 (see EN 50131-1), specific or non-specific wired or wire-free detectors, and uses environmental classes I to IV (see EN 50130-5). This document does not include requirements for detectors intended for use outdoors.
The purpose of the detector is to detect the broad spectrum infrared radiation emitted by an intruder, to emit microwave signals and analyse the signals that are returned and to provide the necessary range of signals or messages to be used by the rest of the intrusion alarm system.
For a combined detector where both technologies have to be activated in order to generate an alarm condition, providing higher false alarm immunity, it is essential to meet the grade dependent requirements of this document.
For a combined detector which can be configured or operated such that each detection technology can generate an alarm condition independently, it is essential to meet the grade-dependant requirements of EN 50131-2-2 and EN 50131-2-3 when configured accordingly. Otherwise the manufacturer clearly states that the detector does not comply to this document and not to EN 50131-2-2 and EN 50131-2-3 when put into such a configuration.
It is essential that a detector fulfil all the requirements of the specified grade.
Functions additional to the mandatory functions specified in this document can be included in the detector, providing they do not influence the correct operation of the mandatory functions.
This document does not apply to system interconnections.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for Intrusion and Hold-up Alarm Systems installed in buildings using
specific or non-specific wired interconnections or wire-free interconnections. These requirements also apply to the
components of an I&HAS installed in a building which are normally mounted on the external structure of a building e.g.
ancillary control equipment or warning devices. The standard does not include requirements for exterior I&HAS.
This standard specifies performance requirements for installed I&HAS but does not include requirements for design,
planning, installation, operation or maintenance.
These requirements also apply to I&HAS sharing means of detection, triggering, interconnection, control, communication and power supplies with other applications. The functioning of an I&HAS shall not be adversely influenced by other applications.
Requirements are specified for I&HAS components where the relevant environment is classified. This classification describes the environment in which an I&HAS component may be expected to function as designed. When the requirements of the four environmental classes are inadequate, due to the extreme conditions experienced in certain geographic locations, special national conditions are given in Annex A. General environmental requirements for I&HAS components are described in Clause 7.
The requirements of this European Standard also apply to IAS and HAS when these systems are installed independently.
When an I&HAS does not include functions relating to the detection of intruders, the requirements relating to intrusion detection do not apply.
When an I&HAS does not include functions relating to hold-up, the requirements relating to hold-up do not apply.
NOTE Unless otherwise stated the abbreviation I&HAS is intended to also mean IAS and HAS.

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This document specifies the requirements for pyrotechnic obscuration security devices as a part of an I&HAS. It covers application and performance and also specifies the necessary tests and trials to ensure efficiency and reliability of such obscuration devices.
This European Standard is not intended to cover standalone or vehicular security pyrotechnic obscuration security device.
This European Standard also gives guidelines on the criteria for design, installation, operation and maintenance of security pyrotechnic obscuration security device.

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This part of this European Standard specifies requirements for fire resisting data cabinets and diskette inserts.
Two methods of test are specified to determine the ability of fire resisting data cabinets to protect temperature and humidity sensitive contents from the effects of fire: a fire endurance test and a fire shock and impact test. Two levels of fire severity (S 60 and S 120) based upon time of fire exposure; and three protection classes (P, D and DIS) are specified using the maximum temperature increases and humidity values permitted within the storage space of the data cabinet.
Diskette inserts (DI 60 P/DIS and DI 120 P/DIS) are installed in data cabinets of protection class S 60 P or S 120 P, respectively, and subjected to a fire endurance test (see 5.1.2).
Requirements are also specified for test specimens, the technical documentation for the test specimen, correlation of the test specimen with the technical documentation, preparation for type testing and test procedures.
A scheme to classify the fire resisting data cabinets and diskette inserts from the test results is also given (see Table 1).
Diskette inserts should only be installed in data cabinets having the same design as the series of protection class S 60 P and S 120 P, respectively, in which the insert has been tested in accordance with 5.1.2. Where several inserts are installed, they should be built in one beside the other or one above the other from bottom to top, respectively. The volume and total height of the installed inserts should not exceed 50 % of the total internal volume or 50 % of the internal height, respectively, of the data cabinets into which they are installed. The dimensions of the insert can be adapted by increasing the width and depth to the corresponding dimensions of the data cabinets. A reduction of these dimensions as well as a change of the height is only admitted within the specified tolerance.
The temperature increases during type-tests on data cabinets and diskette inserts will be considered in deciding the permitted diskette insert installations. For a permitted installation, the temperature increase of the intended data cabinet (∆T_A∙K) should not exceed the temperature increase of the tested data cabinet (∆T_B∙K) in which the diskette insert has been type-tested by more than the difference between the maximum value for the diskette insert (∆T_i∙K) and the maximum admissible temperature increase (30 K), i.e ∆T_A- ∆T_B≤30 K- ∆T_i (See example in Annex B).
A description of the installation of the diskette inserts should be given in the technical documentation of the manufacturer.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for light fire storage units providing protection against fire.
The method of test is specified to determine the ability of light fire storage units to protect paper media from the effects of fire. Two levels of fire exposure periods (LFS 30 P and LFS 60 P) are specified using the maximum temperature increase permitted within the storage space of the light fire storage unit.
Requirements are also specified for the test specimen, the technical documentation for the test specimen, correlation of the test specimen with the technical documentation, preparation for type testing and test procedures.
A scheme to classify the light fire storage units from the test results is also given (see Table 1).

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This document specifies requirements for fire resisting data cabinets and diskette inserts.
Two methods of test are specified to determine the ability of fire resisting data cabinets to protect temperature and humidity sensitive contents from the effects of fire: a fire endurance test and a fire shock and impact test. Two levels of fire severity (S 60 and S 120) based upon time of fire exposure; and three protection classes (P, D and DIS) are specified using the maximum temperature increases and humidity values permitted within the storage space of the data cabinet.
Diskette inserts (DI 60 P/DIS and DI 120 P/DIS) are installed in data cabinets of protection class S 60 P or S 120 P, respectively, and subjected to a fire endurance test (see 5.1.2).
Requirements are also specified for test specimens, the technical documentation for the test specimen, correlation of the test specimen with the technical documentation, preparation for type testing and test procedures.
A scheme to classify the fire resisting data cabinets and diskette inserts from the test results is also given (see Table 1).
Diskette inserts are only installed in data cabinets having the same design as the series of protection class S 60 P and S 120 P, respectively, in which the insert has been tested in using methods defined in 5.1.2. Where several inserts are installed, they are built in one beside the other or one above the other from bottom to top, respectively. The volume and total height of the installed inserts do not exceed 50 % of the total internal volume or 50 % of the internal height, respectively, of the data cabinets into which they are installed. The dimensions of the insert can be adapted by increasing the width and depth to the corresponding dimensions of the data cabinets. A reduction of these dimensions as well as a change of the height is only admitted within the specified tolerance.
The temperature increases during type-tests on data cabinets and diskette inserts will be considered in deciding the permitted diskette insert installations. For a permitted installation, the temperature increase of the intended data cabinet ( ) does not exceed the temperature increase of the tested data cabinet ( ) in which the diskette insert has been type-tested by more than the difference between the maximum value for the diskette insert ( ) and the maximum admissible temperature increase (30 K), i.e   (See example in Annex B).
A description of the installation of the diskette inserts can be given in the technical documentation of the manufacturer.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for Security Fog Devices connected to an I&HAS. It covers application and performance and also gives the necessary tests and trials to ensure efficiency and reliability of such obscuration devices.
This European Standard also gives guidance on the criteria for design, installation, operation and maintenance of Security Fog Devices.
A Security Fog Device is not considered to be a component of an I&HAS and no requirements are given relating to the security grade described in EN 50131-1.

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This European Standard includes requirements for warning devices used for notification in intrusion and hold up alarm systems installed in buildings. Four grades of warning device are described corresponding to each of the four security grades given in EN 50131-1. Requirements are also given for four environmental classes covering applications in indoor and outdoor locations as specified in EN 50130-5.
This European Standard does not deal with requirements for compliance with EC regulatory Directives, such as the EMC Directive, Low Voltage Directive, etc. except that it specifies the equipment operating conditions for EMC susceptibility testing as required by EN 50130-4.

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This document specifies requirements for light fire storage units providing protection against fire.
The method of test is specified to determine the ability of light fire storage units to protect paper media from the effects of fire. Two levels of fire exposure periods (LFS 30 and LFS 60) are specified using the maximum temperature increase permitted within the storage space of the light fire storage unit.
Protection after the fire exposure of 30 min (LFS 30) or 60 min (LFS 60) is not ensured by this document, but by European Standard EN 1047-1. Requirements are also specified for the test specimen, the technical documentation for the test specimen, correlation of the test specimen with the technical documentation, preparation for type testing and test procedures.
A scheme to classify the light fire storage units from the test results is also given (see Table 1).

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This part of the European Standard EN 1047 specifies requirements for data rooms and data containers. It includes a method of test for the determination of the ability of data rooms and data containers to protect temperature and humidity sensitive data media (see 3.5) and hardware systems (see 3.6) from the effects of fire. A test method for measuring the resistance to mechanical stress (impact test) provided by data rooms type B and data containers is also specified.
Requirements are also specified for test specimens, the technical documentation of the test specimens, materials specimens, physical fittings, the correlation of test specimens with the technical documentation and the preparation for type testing, as test procedures as well as the series production.
In addition, a scheme to classify data rooms and data containers from the test results is given (see Table 1).
As well as providing protection against fire, correctly installed data rooms and data containers offer a defined protection against impacts caused by failure during fire of components and objects external to the data room or data container.
Data rooms and data containers having the same design, protection and construction features (type and thickness of construction and protective materials, rebate geometry, lockings, doors, etc.) will only be given the same protection classification as that of the test specimen if the tolerances are within the ranges specified in Clause 7.
NOTE   This European Standard does not regulate the use of data rooms in the meaning of the building laws of the respective countries. In the construction of data rooms, the respective national requirements should be considered.

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This European Standard establishes the basis for testing and classifying free-standing safes, built-in safes (floor and wall), ATM safes and ATM bases, strongroom doors and strongrooms (with or without a door) according to their burglary resistance. This European Standard does not cover testing and classifying Deposit Systems and ATM systems.

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This European Standard establishes the basis for testing and classifying free-standing safes, built-in safes (floor and wall), ATM safes and ATM bases, strongroom doors and strongrooms (with or without a door) according to their burglary resistance. This European Standard does not cover testing and classifying Deposit Systems and ATM systems.

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This part of the European Standard EN 1047 specifies requirements for data rooms and data containers. It includes a method of test for the determination of the ability of data rooms and data containers to protect temperature and humidity sensitive data media (see 3.5) and hardware systems (see 3.6) from the effects of fire. A test method for measuring the resistance to mechanical stress (impact test) provided by data rooms type B and data containers is also specified.
Requirements are also specified for test specimens, the technical documentation of the test specimens, materials specimens, physical fittings, the correlation of test specimens with the technical documentation and the preparation for type testing, as test procedures as well as the series production.
In addition, a scheme to classify data rooms and data containers from the test results is given (see Table 1).
As well as providing protection against fire, correctly installed data rooms and data containers offer a defined protection against impacts caused by failure during fire of components and objects external to the data room or data container.
Data rooms and data containers having the same design, protection and construction features (type and thickness of construction and protective materials, rebate geometry, lockings, doors, etc.) will only be given the same protection classification as that of the test specimen if the tolerances are within the ranges specified in Clause 7.
NOTE   This European Standard does not regulate the use of data rooms in the meaning of the building laws of the respective countries. In the construction of data rooms, it is advised to consider the respective national requirements.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for high security locks (HSL) for reliability, resistance to burglary and unauthorized opening with methods of testing. It also provides a scheme for classifying HSL in accordance with their assessed resistance to burglary and unauthorized opening.
It applies to mechanical and electronic HSL. The following features may be included as optional subjects but they are not mandatory:
a)   recognized code for preventing code altering and/or enabling/disabling parallel codes;
b)   recognized code for disabling time set up;
c)   integration of alarm components or functions;
d)   remote control duties;
e)   resistance to attacks with acids;
f)   resistance to X-rays;
g)   resistance to explosives;
h)   time functions.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for high security locks (HSL) for reliability, resistance to burglary and unauthorized opening with methods of testing. It also provides a scheme for classifying HSL in accordance with their assessed resistance to burglary and unauthorized opening.
It applies to mechanical and electronic HSL. The following features may be included as optional subjects but they are not mandatory:
a)   recognized code for preventing code altering and/or enabling/disabling parallel codes;
b)   recognized code for disabling time set up;
c)   integration of alarm components or functions;
d)   remote control duties;
e)   resistance to attacks with acids;
f)   resistance to X-rays;
g)   resistance to explosives;
h)   time functions.

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This European Standard provides for security grades 1 to 4, (see EN 50131-1) specific or non-specific wired or wire-free lock state contacts, and includes the requirements for four environmental classes covering applications in internal and outdoor locations as specified in EN 50130-5.
Lock state contacts are installed in windows or doors and windows or doorframes to allow to monitor the lock/unlock status only or the lock/unlock status combined with the open/close status of a window/door simultaneously and are as such located in supervised premises. They provide the necessary range of signals or messages to be used by the rest of the intrusion alarm system.
A detector fulfils all the requirements of the specified grade.
Functions additional to the mandatory functions specified in this European Standard may be included in the detector, providing they do not influence the correct operation of the mandatory functions.
The combination of the two separate units of the lock state contact is referred to in the body of this European Standard as the detector.
This European Standard does not apply to system interconnections.

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This Technical Specification provides guidance for managing security of (high risk) chemical, biological, radioactive, nuclear or Explosive materials, such as those covered by the EU CBRN action plan, that are used within healthcare facilities (HCF); it covers the lifecycle of such materials within a HCF’s span of control. In this Technical Specification these materials are referred to as ‘CBRNE materials’.
It covers the protection of (high risk) CBRNE materials used in healthcare facilities against security threats relating to their deliberate misuse. It covers the protection of people, assets and information related to CBRNE materials.
This Technical Specification also applies to circumstances where healthcare is provided at locations remote from the normal location of the HCF.
This Technical Specification also provides guidance to all stakeholders that are responsible for each step in a lifecycle of CBRNE materials within the HCF such as such as administrator staff, facility management staff, logistics and transport staff, medical staff, waste management staff, domestic staff and security staff as well as visitors and contractors working on the HCF premises.
This Technical Specification can be applied as part of generic management systems such as EN ISO 9001 [2], EN ISO 22301 [3], ISO 22320 [4] and possibly ISO 28001 [5].
It does not apply to occupational health and safety issues deriving from the proper and improper use of such materials.

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This Technical Specification provides guidance for managing security of (high risk) chemical, biological, radioactive, nuclear or Explosive materials, such as those covered by the EU CBRN action plan, that are used within healthcare facilities (HCF); it covers the lifecycle of such materials within a HCF’s span of control. In this Technical Specification these materials are referred to as ‘CBRNE materials’.
It covers the protection of (high risk) CBRNE materials used in healthcare facilities against security threats relating to their deliberate misuse. It covers the protection of people, assets and information related to CBRNE materials.
This Technical Specification also applies to circumstances where healthcare is provided at locations remote from the normal location of the HCF.
This Technical Specification also provides guidance to all stakeholders that are responsible for each step in a lifecycle of CBRNE materials within the HCF such as such as administrator staff, facility management staff, logistics and transport staff, medical staff, waste management staff, domestic staff and security staff as well as visitors and contractors working on the HCF premises.
This Technical Specification can be applied as part of generic management systems such as EN ISO 9001 [2], EN ISO 22301 [3], ISO 22320 [4] and possibly ISO 28001 [5].
It does not apply to occupational health and safety issues deriving from the proper and improper use of such materials.

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ISO/IEC 20243-1:2018 (O-TTPS) is a set of guidelines, requirements, and recommendations that address specific threats to the integrity of hardware and software COTS ICT products throughout the product life cycle. This release of the Standard addresses threats related to maliciously tainted and counterfeit products. The provider's product life cycle includes the work it does designing and developing products, as well as the supply chain aspects of that life cycle, collectively extending through the following phases: design, sourcing, build, fulfillment, distribution, sustainment, and disposal. While this Standard cannot fully address threats that originate wholly outside any span of control of the provider ? for example, a counterfeiter producing a fake printed circuit board assembly that has no original linkage to the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) ? the practices detailed in the Standard will provide some level of mitigation. An example of such a practice would be the use of security labeling techniques in legitimate products.

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ISO/IEC 20243-2:2018 specifies the procedures to be utilized by an assessor when conducting a conformity assessment to the mandatory requirements in the Open Trusted Technology Provider? Standard (O-TTPS).1 These Assessment Procedures are intended to ensure the repeatability, reproducibility, and objectivity of assessments against the O-TTPS. Though the primary audience for this document is the assessor, an Information Technology (IT) provider who is undergoing assessment or preparing for assessment, may also find this document useful.

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This document establishes the basis for testing and classifying secure safe cabinets.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements, performance criteria and testing procedures for PS to be used as part of Intrusion and Hold up Alarm Systems. The PS will either be an integral part of an I&HAS component or stand-alone. The control functions of the PS may be incorporated as part of the PS device, or may be provided by another I&HAS component, e.g. a CIE.
This European Standard is not applicable when the PS requirements for I&HAS components are included within the relevant product standard.
The requirements correspond to each of the four security grades given in the European Standard EN 50131-1, Alarm Systems – Intrusion and Hold-Up Systems – Part 1: System requirements. Requirements are also given for four environmental classes covering applications in indoor and outdoor locations.
This standard covers:
a)   mandatory functions which will be provided on all PS, and
b)   optional functions which may be provided.
This European Standard does not deal with requirements for compliance with EC regulatory Directives, such as the EMC Directive, Low Voltage Directive, etc. except that it specifies the equipment operating conditions for EMC susceptibility testing as required by EN 50130-4.
Other functions associated with I&HAS not specified in this standard may be provided. Such functions will not affect the requirements of any mandatory or optional functions.

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This European Standard is for passive infrared detectors installed in buildings and provides for security grades 1 to 4 (see EN 50131-1), specific or non-specific wired or wire-free detectors, and uses environmental classes I to IV (see EN 50130-5). This European Standard does not include requirements for passive infrared detectors intended for use outdoors.
A detector shall fulfil all the requirements of the specified grade.
Functions additional to the mandatory functions specified in this standard may be included in the detector, providing they do not influence the correct operation of the mandatory functions.
This European Standard does not apply to system interconnections.

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This European Standard is for passive infrared detectors installed in buildings and provides for security grades 1 to 4 (see EN 50131-1), specific or non-specific wired or wire-free detectors, and uses environmental classes I to IV (see EN 50130-5). This European Standard does not include requirements for passive infrared detectors intended for use outdoors. It is essential that a detector fulfils all the requirements of the specified grade. Functions additional to the mandatory functions specified in this standard may be included in the detector, providing they do not influence the correct operation of the mandatory functions. This European Standard does not apply to system interconnections.

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This document establishes the basis for testing and classifying secure safe cabinets.
The standard covers products meant for purposes where the security resistance required is less than that measured by EN 1143-1. Normally these products are used in lower risk situations.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements, performance criteria and testing procedures for PS to be used as part of Intrusion and Hold up Alarm Systems. The PS will either be an integral part of an I&HAS component or stand-alone. The control functions of the PS may be incorporated as part of the PS device, or may be provided by another I&HAS component, e.g. a CIE. This European Standard is not applicable when the PS requirements for I&HAS components are included within the relevant product standard. The requirements correspond to each of the four security grades given in the European Standard EN 50131 1, Alarm Systems - Intrusion and Hold-Up Systems - Part 1: System requirements. Requirements are also given for four environmental classes covering applications in indoor and outdoor locations. This standard covers: a) mandatory functions which will be provided on all PS; and b) optional functions which may be provided. This European Standard does not deal with requirements for compliance with EC regulatory Directives, such as the EMC Directive, Low Voltage Directive, etc. except that it specifies the equipment operating conditions and reduced functional test for EMC susceptibility testing as required by EN 50130 4. Other functions associated with I&HAS not specified in this standard may be provided. Such functions will not affect the requirements of any mandatory or optional functions.

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Harmonise system requirements with requirements for system components specified in standard published since EN 50131-1:2006 was published.

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Harmonise system requirements with requirements for system components specified in standard published since EN 50131-1:2006 was published.

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This European Standard applies to intrusion alarm equipment using radio frequency (RF) links and located on protected premises. It does not cover long-range radio transmissions.
This European Standard defines the terms used in the field of intrusion alarm equipment using radio frequency links as well as the requirements relevant to the equipment.

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This European Standard applies to intrusion alarm equipment using radio frequency (RF) links and located on protected premises. It does not cover long-range radio transmissions. This European Standard defines the terms used in the field of intrusion alarm equipment using radio frequency links as well as the requirements relevant to the equipment.

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This Technical Specification is for ALDDR inside buildings and provides four security grades 1 to 4 (see EN 50131-1), specific or non-specific wire or wire-free ALDDR, and uses environmental classes I to IV (see EN 50130-5).
An ALDDR fulfils all the requirements of the specified grade.
The ALDDR detects an intruder inside a predefined area.
This standard covers ALDDR using both pulsed and continuous wave laser operation technologies according to LIDAR principle (Light Detection And Ranging). Other technologies i.e. doppler based laser operation or use of additional retro-reflective objects or video based technologies are not covered by this standard.
Functions additional to the mandatory functions specified in this standard may be included in the ALDDR, providing they do not adversely influence the correct operation of the mandatory functions.
This Technical Specification does not apply to system interconnections.
This Technical Specification does not deal with requirements for compliance with regulatory directives, such as EMC-directive, low-voltage directive, etc., except that it specifies the equipment operating conditions for EMC- susceptibility testing as required by EN 50130-4.

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This European Standard is for shock detectors installed in buildings to detect the shock or series of shocks due to a forcible attack through a physical barrier (for example doors or windows).
It provides for security Grades 1-4 (see EN 50131-1), specific or non specific wired or wire-free detectors and uses Environmental Classes i-iv (see EN 50130-5).
This European Standard does not include requirements for detectors intended to protect for example vaults and safes from penetration attacks from e.g. drilling, cutting or thermal lance.
This European Standard does not include requirements for shock detectors intended for use outdoors.
A detector shall fulfill all the requirements of the specified grade.
Functions additional to the mandatory functions specified in this Technical Specification may be included in the detector, providing they do not adversely influence the correct operation of the mandatory functions.
This European Standard does not apply to system interconnections.

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This Technical Specification provides recommendations for those methods of setting and unsetting an Intrusion Alarm System (IAS) complying with EN 50131-1 that will reduce unwanted alarms arising from “operator error” in setting and unsetting the IAS and provide confidence that the conditions in which the system is installed are conducive to system reliability during the “set” period.
This document details optional methods by which these goals may be achieved, either in isolation, or in conjunction with verification methods.
These recommendations should be incorporated into the respective standards in the EN 50131 series.
This Technical Specification also provides (in Annex A) recommendations for equipment and (in Annex C) associated test requirements, in order to permit the manufacture of standardized equipment to provide the functionality needed by an IAS to meet these recommendations.
NOTE   This standard includes requirements that are additional to those in EN 50131-1 which are relevant when the respective method of setting and unsetting is implemented.

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This Technical Specification is applicable to Active Infrared Beam Detectors (AIBDs) installed inside buildings and used as part of intrusion alarm systems.
It specifies four security Grades 1 to 4 (in accordance with EN 50131 1) and uses environmental Classes I to IV (in accordance with EN 50130 5).
This standard covers only AIBDs using interruption based technology. Other technologies i.e. Doppler based technology are not covered by this document.
Functions additional to the mandatory functions specified in this document can be included in the AIBD, providing they do not adversely influence the correct operation of the mandatory functions.
This document does not apply to system interconnections.

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Change of the following chapters, to allow products to pass the relevant test section based on the relevant Annex : 6.6.3 Immunity to Hard objects hitting the glass & Annex A

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This European Standard is for passive surface mounted glass break detectors installed in buildings and provides for security Grades 1 to 4, specific or non-specific wired or wire-free detectors, and uses environmental classes I to IV. This European Standard does not include requirements for passive surface mounted glass break detectors intended for use outdoors. A detector shall fulfil all the requirements of the specified Grade. Functions additional to the mandatory functions specified in this standard may be included in the detector, providing they do not adversely influence the correct operation of the mandatory functions. This European Standard does not apply to system interconnections.

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This European Standard is for passive acoustic glass break detectors installed in buildings and provides for security Grades 1 to 4 (see EN 50131-1), specific or non-specific wired or wire-free detectors, and uses environmental classes I to IV (see EN 50130-5). This European Standard does not include requirements for passive acoustic glass break detectors intended for use outdoors. A detector shall fulfil all the requirements of the specified Grade. Functions additional to the mandatory functions specified in this standard may be included in the detector, providing they do not adversely influence the correct operation of the mandatory functions. This European Standard does not apply to system interconnections.

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The standard will specify requirements for planning, establishing, implementing, operating, monitoring, reviewing, maintaining and continually improving a documented security management system in healthcare facilities.

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ISO 18788:2015 provides a framework for establishing, implementing, operating, monitoring, reviewing, maintaining and improving the management of security operations. It provides the principles and requirements for a security operations management system (SOMS). ISO 18788:2015 provides a business and risk management framework for organizations conducting or contracting security operations and related activities and functions while demonstrating: a) conduct of professional security operations to meet the requirements of clients and other stakeholders; b) accountability to law and respect for human rights; c) consistency with voluntary commitments to which it subscribes. ISO 18788:2015 is applicable to any organization that needs to: a) establish, implement, maintain and improve an SOMS; b) assess its conformity with its stated security operations management policy; c) demonstrate its ability to consistently provide services that meet client needs and are in conformance with applicable laws and human rights requirements.

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The standard will specify requirements for planning, establishing, implementing, operating, monitoring, reviewing, maintaining and continually improving a documented security management system in healthcare facilities.

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This service standard specifies requirements for quality in organization, processes, personnel and management of a security services provider and/or its independent branches and establishments under commercial law and trade as a provider with regard to port and maritime security services.
This service standard applies according to the laws and the regulations applicable in the territory of every national CEN member adopting the standard and has hence no extra territorial application.
It lays down quality criteria for the delivery of security services in and to ports and in relation to maritime activities, requested and contracted upon by public and private clients or buyers. This European Standard is therefore suitable for the selection, attribution, awarding and reviewing of the most suitable provider for port and maritime security services.
This service standard shall not apply to security services provided by private security companies that are subject to particular rules and conditions and/or related to a specific high risk situation and/or the use of heavy weapons and/or special training and/or government supervision, such as security services in relation to piracy. In case such particular rules and/or conditions do not exist at national level this service standard can apply.

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This European Standard is a service standard that specifies requirements for quality in organization, processes, staff and management of a security services provider and/or its independent branches and establishments under commercial law and trade as a provider with regard to port and maritime security services.
This European Standard applies according to the laws and the regulations applicable in the territory of every national CEN member adopting the standard.
This European Standard does not apply to security services provided by private security companies that are subject to particular rules and conditions and/or related to a specific high-risk situation and/or the use of heavy weapons and/or special training and/or government supervision, such as security services in relation to piracy. In case such particular rules and/or conditions do not exist at national level, this European Standard can apply.
This European Standard lays down quality criteria for the delivery of security services in and to ports and in relation to maritime activities, requested and contracted upon by public and private clients or buyers. This European Standard is therefore suitable for the selection, attribution, awarding and reviewing of the most suitable provider for port and maritime security services.

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