Secure storage units - Requirements, classification and methods of tests for resistance to burglary - Part 1: Safes, strongroom doors and strongrooms

After "(floor and wall)", add "ATM safes and ATM bases".

Wertbehältnisse - Anforderungen, Klassifizierung und Methoden zur Prüfung des Widerstandes gegen Einbruchdiebstahl - Teil 1: Geldschränke, Tresorraumtüren und Tresorräume

Nach "(Boden und Wand)" "Geldschrankeinheiten (ATM-Safes) und ATM-Sockel" einfügen.

Unités de stockage en lieux sûrs - Prescriptions, classification et méthodes de test pour la résistance à l'effraction - Partie 1: Coffres-forts, portes fortes et chambres fortes

Après (dans le sol et les murs), ajouter "les coffres-forts de DAB et les socles de DAB".

Varnostne shranjevalne enote - Zahteve, klasifikacija in metode preskušanja protivlomne odpornosti - 1. del: Blagajne, vrata trezorskih prostorov in trezorski prostori - Dodatek A1

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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
SIST EN 1143-1:1998/A1:2002
01-september-2002
Varnostne shranjevalne enote - Zahteve, klasifikacija in metode preskušanja

protivlomne odpornosti - 1. del: Blagajne, vrata trezorskih prostorov in trezorski

prostori - Dodatek A1

Secure storage units - Requirements, classification and methods of tests for resistance

to burglary - Part 1: Safes, strongroom doors and strongrooms
Wertbehältnisse - Anforderungen, Klassifizierung und Methoden zur Prüfung des
Widerstandes gegen Einbruchdiebstahl - Teil 1: Geldschränke, Tresorraumtüren und
Tresorräume

Unités de stockage en lieux surs - Prescriptions, classification et méthodes de test pour

la résistance a l'effraction - Partie 1: Coffres-forts, portes fortes et chambres fortes

Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN 1143-1:1997/A1:2001
ICS:
13.310 Varstvo pred kriminalom Protection against crime
35.220.99 Druge naprave za Other data storage devices
shranjevanje podatkov
SIST EN 1143-1:1998/A1:2002 de

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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SIST EN 1143-1:1998/A1:2002
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SIST EN 1143-1:1998/A1:2002
EUROPEAN STANDARD
EN 1143-1:1997/A1
NORME EUROPÉENNE
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
December 2001
ICS 13.310
English version
Secure storage units - Requirements, classification and methods
of tests for resistance to burglary - Part 1: Safes, strongroom
doors and strongrooms

Unités de stockage en lieux sûrs - Prescriptions, Wertbehältnisse - Anforderungen, Klassifizierung und

classification et méthodes de test pour la résistance à Methoden zur Prüfung des Widerstandes gegen

l'effraction - Partie 1: Coffres-forts, portes fortes et Einbruchdiebstahl - Teil 1: Geldschränke, Tresorraumtüren

chambres fortes und Tresorräume

This amendment A1 modifies the European Standard EN 1143-1:1997; it was approved by CEN on 8 November 2001.

CEN members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which stipulate the conditions for inclusion of this

amendment into the relevant national standard without any alteration. Up-to-date lists and bibliographical references concerning such

national standards may be obtained on application to the Management Centre or to any CEN member.

This amendment exists in three official versions (English, French, German). A version in any other language made by translation under the

responsibility of a CEN member into its own language and notified to the Management Centre has the same status as the official versions.

CEN members are the national standards bodies of Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece,

Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.

EUROPEAN COMMITTEE FOR STANDARDIZATION
COMITÉ EUROPÉEN DE NORMALISATION
EUROPÄISCHES KOMITEE FÜR NORMUNG
Management Centre: rue de Stassart, 36 B-1050 Brussels

© 2001 CEN All rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reserved Ref. No. EN 1143-1:1997/A1:2001 E

worldwide for CEN national Members.
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SIST EN 1143-1:1998/A1:2002
EN 1143-1:1997/A1:2001 (E)
Foreword
This Amendment EN 1143-1:1997/A1:2001 to EN 1143-1:1997 has been prepared by

Technical Committee CEN/TC 263 "Secure storage of cash, valuables and data media", the

secretariat of which is held by BSI.

This Amendment to the European Standard EN 1143-1:1997 shall be given the status of a

national standard, either by publication of an identical text or by endorsement, at the latest by

June 2002, and conflicting national standards shall be withdrawn at the latest by June 2002.

This amendment has been prepared by working group 1 of CEN/TC 263 "Secure storage of

cash, valuables and data media", to add requirements for safes for currency exchange

machines, teller assist machines, currency recycling machines, and automated teller machines

(ATM safes). It also includes a change to the normative references and changes to permit

accessories in strongrooms and strongroom doors (4.2.1), to alter the length and BV values

for diamond core drills (Table A.12, column 'D or S') and to add new general requirements

(4.2.3, 4.2.4 and 4.2.5).

According to the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations, the national standards organizations

of the following countries are bound to implement this European Standard: Austria, Belgium,

Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy,

Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United

Kingdom.
1Scope
after "(floor and wall)", add "ATM safes and ATM bases",
2 Normative references
Delete prEN 1300 and replace with ENV 1300:1999
3 Definitions
Add the following new terms and definitions
3.19
ATM (automatic teller machine)

means for holding and automatically issuing cash and/or valuables and which may also

accept and store deposits of cash and/or valuables

NOTE For the purpose of this standard, automated teller machines, currency exchange machines, currency

recycling machines and machines such as teller assist machines which are used only by authorised employees of

financial institutions, are all types of ATM.
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SIST EN 1143-1:1998/A1:2002
EN 1143-1:1997/A1:2001 (E)
3.20
ATM system

assembly of sub-units which provides an ATM function and affords security to cash and/or

valuables stored within the ATM safe
NOTE An example of an ATM system is shown in Figure 1.
ATM
System
ATM ATM ATM
safe mechanism control unit
ATM
base
Figure 1 - Example of an ATM system

NOTE Of the sub-units shown in Figure 1, the ATM mechanism and the ATM control unit are not tested

according to this standard.
3.21
ATM safe
safe forming part of an ATM system
3.22
ATM base

any integral part of an ATM system located between the ATM safe and the surface to which

it is to be anchored
3.23
internal space

that part of the interior of an ATM safe which is bounded by the inside surfaces of the ATM

safe body and the boltwork cover plate(s)
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SIST EN 1143-1:1998/A1:2002
EN 1143-1:1997/A1:2001 (E)
4 Classification and requirements
Delete the text of the clause completely and replace with:
4.1 Classification

Safes are classified to a resistance grade according to Table 1. Strongroom doors and

strongrooms (with or without door) are classified to a resistance grade according to

Table 2. ATM safes are classified to a resistance grade according to Table 3. All products

shall meet general requirements (4.2) and products with EX designation shall meet additional

requirements (4.3).
4.2 General requirements
4.2.1 Safes, strongroom doors and strongrooms

There shall be no holes through the protection material other than those necessary for locks,

cables or anchoring, or for the fitting of accessories to strongroom doors and strongrooms.

Cable openings in safes, strongroom doors and strongrooms (with or without a door) shall

not exceed 100 mm . Unused cable entry openings shall be obstructed or plugged by the

manufacturer by means which cannot be removed from the outside without leaving visible

traces.

Free-standing safes with a mass of less than 1000 kg shall have at least one hole by which

they can be anchored. The anchoring assembly for each anchoring hole shall sustain the force

given in Table 1.
4.2.2 ATM safes

ATM safes shall have means for plugging unused openings. These means shall be impossible

to remove from the outside without leaving visible traces.

NOTE 1 Openings through the protection material for ATM functioning are permitted in ATM safes.

NOTE 2 Cable entry openings in ATM safes may be larger than 100 mm .

ATM safes shall have a fixing capability by which they can be anchored and which shall

sustain the required force given in Table 3.
4.2.3 Boltwork cover plate

Safes, ATM safes and strongroom doors shall have an internal boltwork cover plate which

prevents unauthorized viewing of the locks and boltwork, and access to them, when the door

is open. Boltwork cover plates shall be secured so that they cannot be opened or removed

without leaving visible traces.
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SIST EN 1143-1:1998/A1:2002
EN 1143-1:1997/A1:2001 (E)
4.2.4 Cable hole

Safes, strongroom doors and strongrooms of grade III and higher shall either have a hole for a

cable or a preparation enabling a connection to be made to an alarm system after the secure

storage unit has been installed.
4.2.5 User instructions

Safes, strongrooms and ATM safes shall be provided with operating and maintenance

instructions, including instructions in respect of the locks. Safes and ATM safes shall have

instructions for anchoring. For strongroom doors and strongrooms, installation instructions

shall be provided.
4.3 Additional requirements for EX designation
Delete the text of the subclause completely and replace with:
4.3.1 Safes, strongroom doors and strongrooms

4.3.1.1 When tested in accordance with clause 9, safes designated 'EX' shall achieve the

minimum post-detonation resistance values given in Table 1.

When tested in accordance with clause 9, strongroom doors and strongrooms (with or without

doors) designated 'EX' shall achieve the minimum post-detonation resistance values given in

Table 2.

4.3.1.2 When tested in accordance with 9.2, the cable-entry openings of safes, strongroom

doors and strongrooms (with or without doors) shall not permit the entry of explosives (e.g.

fuses or charges).
4.3.2 ATM safes

When tested in accordance with clause 9, ATM safes designated 'EX' shall achieve the

minimum post-detonation resistance values given in Table 3.
Table 1 Delete the title and replace with:

Table 1 - Minimum requirements for classification of safes (excluding ATM safes) into

resistance grades.

In Table 1 change the heading of sub-column 6 from "Class according to EN 1300" to "Class

according to ENV1300:1999"
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SIST EN 1143-1:1998/A1:2002
EN 1143-1:1997/A1:2001 (E)
Replace Table 2 by new Table 2
Table 2 - Minimum requirements for classification of strongroom doors and
strongroom into resistance grades
Resistance Tool attack test Locks Additional requirements for optional
grade (clause 7) EX-designation
Resistance value for (clause 9)
Quantity Class according to
complete access ENV1300:1999 Post-detonation resistance value
RU RU
030 1 A
I50 1 A
II 80 1 A 4
III 120 1 B 6
IV 180 2 B 9
V 270 2 B 14
VI 400 2 C 20
VII 600 2 C 30
VIII 825 2 C 41
IX 1050 2 C 53
X 1350 2 C 68
XI 2000 3 C or 100
2 D
XII 3000 3 C or 150
2 D
XIII 4500 2 D 225
Not applicable for classification of strongrooms with no door
EX-designation is not possible for grades 0 and I
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SIST EN 1143-1:1998/A1:2002
EN 1143-1:1997/A1:2001 (E)
Change Table number 3 to Table 4, and add new Table 3.

Table 3 - Minimum requirements for classification of ATM safes into resistance grades

Resistance Tool attack test Anchoring Tool attack Locks Additional
grade (clause 7) strength, test on fixing Requirements for
Resistance value for: (clause attachment EX designation
8.2) (clause 7) (clause 9)
partial access complete Resistance Quantity Class
access value
Required
general used
force Post-detonation
apertures According
to ENV resistance value
RU RU
RU kN RU 1300:1999 RU
body 20 20 30 not
L applicable
50 50 1 A
door 30 30 50
I 30 30 50 50 50 1 A not applicable
II 50 35 80 50 50 1 A 4
III 80 65 120 50 50 1 B 6
IV 120 100 180 100 50 2 B 9
V 180 145 270 100 50 2 B 14
VI 270 220 400 100 70 2 C 20
VII 400 350 600 100 120 2 C 30
VIII 550 500 825 100 1
...

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