Building intercom systems - Part 3-2: Application guidelines - Advanced security building intercom systems (ASBIS)

IEC 62820-3-2:2018 describes the basic application requirements for Advanced Security Building Intercom Systems (ASBIS) in public and private buildings with advanced safety and security needs. ASBIS are also used to meet the requirements of the Local Regulations of Workplace Safety and/or other relevant local regulations, in particular, protecting the life and limb of employees and all persons in the building, taking into account the inclusion of people with disabilities (e.g to achieve barrier-free access or calls for help) where required by local applicable law. The recommendations and requirements of IEC 62820-3-1 are mandatory for this document.

Systèmes d'interphone de bâtiment - Partie 3-2: Lignes directrices d'application - Systèmes d'interphone de bâtiment à sécurité avancée (ASBIS)

L'IEC 62820-3-2:2018 décrit les exigences d'application de base des systèmes d'interphone de bâtiment à sécurité avancée (ASBIS) installés dans les bâtiments publics ou privés ayant des besoins en matière de sûreté et de sécurité avancées. Les systèmes ASBIS sont également utilisés pour satisfaire aux exigences des règlements locaux en matière de sécurité au travail et/ou d'autres règlements locaux pertinents, en particulier, la protection de la vie et de l'intégrité physique des employés et de toutes les personnes présentes dans le bâtiment, sans oublier les personnes handicapées (pour prévoir un accès sans obstacle ou des moyens d'appeler à l'aide, par exemple) si cela est exigé par la loi locale applicable. Les recommandations et exigences de l'IEC 62820-3-1 sont obligatoires pour la présente norme.

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Building intercom systems –
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Systèmes d'interphone de bâtiment –
Partie 3-2: Lignes directrices d'application – Systèmes d'interphone de bâtiment
à sécurité avancée (ASBIS)
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IEC 62820-3-2
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INTERNATIONAL
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Building intercom systems –
Part 3-2: Application guidelines – Advanced security building intercom systems
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Systèmes d'interphone de bâtiment –
Partie 3-2: Lignes directrices d'application – Systèmes d'interphone de bâtiment
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CONTENTS

FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................... 5

INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................... 7

1 Scope .............................................................................................................................. 8

2 Normative references ...................................................................................................... 9

3 Terms, definitions and abbreviated terms ...................................................................... 11

3.1 Terms and definitions ............................................................................................ 11

3.2 Abbreviated terms ................................................................................................. 18

4 Requirements for the ASBIS and ranges of application .................................................. 18

4.1 General ................................................................................................................. 18

4.2 Selected examples for ASBIS applications ............................................................ 19

4.2.1 General ......................................................................................................... 19

4.2.2 ASBIS for access communication .................................................................. 19

4.2.3 ASBIS in schools and other education institutions.......................................... 19

4.2.4 ASBIS in authorities and offices ..................................................................... 19

4.2.5 ASBIS in the legal system .............................................................................. 19

4.2.6 ASBIS at railway stations and airports ........................................................... 20

4.2.7 ASBIS in shopping centres ............................................................................ 20

4.2.8 ASBIS in Public residential buildings ............................................................. 20

4.2.9 Other examples ............................................................................................. 20

4.3 ASBIS operational flow chart for emergency and danger communication ............... 20

4.4 System structure ................................................................................................... 21

4.5 Tasks of an ASBIS ................................................................................................ 22

4.5.1 General ......................................................................................................... 22

4.5.2 Safety / security tasks.................................................................................... 22

4.5.3 Tasks for improving day-to-day processes (schools, universities, etc. in

the example here) .......................................................................................... 22

4.5.4 Day-to-day communication ............................................................................ 22

4.6 Safety / security grades ........................................................................................ 22

4.7 Components of an ASBIS ...................................................................................... 25

4.7.1 Electronic measures ...................................................................................... 25

4.7.2 Mechanical protection measures .................................................................... 26

4.7.3 Other options ................................................................................................. 26

4.8 Requirements for system components and interfaces ............................................ 26

4.8.1 Basic requirements ........................................................................................ 26

4.8.2 Requirements for the system networks .......................................................... 30

4.8.3 System control centre (ASBIS-server) ............................................................ 30

4.8.4 Intercom unit as source (VCU, URU) ............................................................. 31

4.8.5 Intercom unit as receiver (SMU, URU) ........................................................... 31

4.8.6 Intercom unit as source and receiver (URU, SMU) ......................................... 31

4.8.7 Emergency and danger warning equipment (ASBIS warning equipment) ........ 31

4.8.8 Operational indicators and alarms ................................................................. 33

4.8.9 Power supply ................................................................................................. 34

4.8.10 Electrical cables ............................................................................................ 35

4.8.11 Interface to to other safety/security systems .................................................. 35

4.9 Other requirements ............................................................................................... 36

4.9.1 Implementation of services ............................................................................ 36

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4.9.2 Arrangement and distribution of call terminals ............................................... 36

4.9.3 Distinguishing between a call and an emergency call ..................................... 36

4.9.4 Alarm groups ................................................................................................. 36

4.9.5 Internal alarm and instructions on how to proceed ......................................... 36

4.10 General device and system requirements .............................................................. 37

4.10.1 General requirements .................................................................................... 37

4.10.2 Protection against environmental influences .................................................. 37

4.10.3 Onsite Influences ........................................................................................... 37

4.10.4 Functional safe guard .................................................................................... 37

4.10.5 Operating safety/security ............................................................................... 38

4.10.6 Indicators ...................................................................................................... 39

4.10.7 Messages ...................................................................................................... 39

4.10.8 Structure ....................................................................................................... 39

4.10.9 Processing messages .................................................................................... 40

5 Commissioning / delivery ............................................................................................... 40

5.1 General ................................................................................................................. 40

5.2 General information .............................................................................................. 40

5.2.1 Documentation .............................................................................................. 40

5.2.2 Commissioning .............................................................................................. 41

5.3 Functional interaction of the system components .................................................. 41

5.4 Options ................................................................................................................. 41

6 Operation and maintenance ........................................................................................... 41

6.1 General ................................................................................................................. 41

6.2 Operational test .................................................................................................... 42

6.3 Commissioning/repairs .......................................................................................... 42

6.4 Replacing the battery and rechargeable battery .................................................... 42

6.5 Software updates .................................................................................................. 42

7 Tasks and responsibilities.............................................................................................. 42

7.1 General information .............................................................................................. 42

7.2 Organization in charge (responsible organization) ................................................. 44

7.3 Top tier of management ........................................................................................ 44

7.4 Technical Risk Management ................................................................................. 44

7.4.1 General ......................................................................................................... 44

7.4.2 Specifications in the TRM file ........................................................................ 45

7.5 ASBIS-user ........................................................................................................... 46

7.6 Trained person ...................................................................................................... 46

7.7 Planner (technical planners, architect, consultant, general planners) .................... 46

7.8 Installer................................................................................................................. 47

7.9 Maintenance staff ................................................................................................. 47

7.10 Manufacturer of the system components and the IT network ................................. 48

8 Change management ..................................................................................................... 48

8.1 General information .............................................................................................. 48

8.2 Change process .................................................................................................... 48

Annex A (informative) Information on voice announcements ................................................ 50

A.1 General information .............................................................................................. 50

A.2 Examples of announcement texts .......................................................................... 50

Annex B (informative) Advanced security building intercom systems (ASBIS) ...................... 51

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Annex C (informative) Relationship between TRM and ORM as part of an overall risk

management related to an ASBIS application ................................................................ 52

C.1 General information .............................................................................................. 52

C.2 Graphical description ............................................................................................ 52

Annex D (informative) Table: Help-tables for risk assessment .............................................. 53

D.1 Risk identification related to ASBIS applications ................................................... 53

D.2 Example table for assessing the likelihood of an emergency / dangerous

situation ................................................................................................................ 54

D.3 Protection target definitions as part of the planning for an ASBIS .......................... 55

D.4 Classification of the protections demanded ........................................................... 55

Annex E (informative) Assisting organizational issues to reduce emergency, danger

and hazard event duration ............................................................................................. 56

E.1 Labelling doors and buildings ................................................................................ 56

E.2 Training ................................................................................................................ 56

Bibliography .......................................................................................................................... 57

Figure 1 – Interdependence between human/organizational and technical level at an

ASBIS used for emergency and danger reaction purposes .................................................... 20

Figure 2 – System structure of an ASBIS .............................................................................. 21

Figure 3 – Classification of the grade .................................................................................... 24

Figure 4 – Example of an emergency and danger warning equipment as a single

module .................................................................................................................................. 32

Figure 5 – General information of interrelationships and responsibilities ............................... 43

Figure C.1 – Overview of interrelationship between TRM and ORM as parts of the

overall risk management ....................................................................................................... 52

Table 1 – Requirements for the ASBIS and it intercom units depending on the grade ............ 27

Table 2 – Requirements for the ASBIS power supply ............................................................ 35

Table D.1 – Risk identification related to typical dangers ...................................................... 53

Table D.2 – Table to identify environmental conditions for assessing the likelihood of

an emergency / dangerous situation ..................................................................................... 54

Table D.3 – List of typical protection targets to identify the risk relecance ............................. 55

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INTRODUCTION
This document has become necessary because

– Both the application fields and importance of Advanced Security Building Intercom

Systems (ASBIS) have increased;
– different events, emergencies, dangers and hazards needs various responses and
reactions, which have to be verified by voice communication in advance;

– a detailed guide is needed for companies and operators with no previous knowledge of

ASBIS.

In particular, this document is targeted at police, insurance companies, planners, architects,

manufacturers and specialist security system companies, construction clients, owners,

operators, ASBIS-users and residents of all kind of buildings.

This document covers applications for higher risks such as accidents, emergencies, dangers,

mass attack, terror, school shootings, terrorist attacks, bombs threats, earthquakes, floods,

etc.

An ASBIS is used to receive advanced access communication events (visitor-calls, user-

receiver-calls, security-management-calls) as well other events (emergency, danger and

hazard alarms), forward them to a technical receiver and present them appropriately at a

support agency (e.g. Security Management Unit). On acknowledging receipt, the support

agency assumes responsibility for verifying and initiating measures defined in accordance

with the Technical Risk Management file. The acknowledgement is displayed at the point

where action is initiated.

A daily use of other ASBIS applications (e.g. Annex B) is suggested for ASBIS-users training

as well as system availability in grade 1 of IEC 62820-3-2. The frequency of daily use is a

kind of system check to indicate the system availability.
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BUILDING INTERCOM SYSTEMS –
Part 3-2: Application guidelines –
Advanced security building intercom systems (ASBIS)
1 Scope

This part of IEC 62820 describes the basic application requirements for Advanced Security

Building Intercom Systems (ASBIS) in public and private buildings with advanced safety and

security needs. ASBIS are also used to meet the requirements of the Local Regulations of

Workplace Safety and/or other relevant local regulations, in particular, protecting the life and

limb of employees and all persons in the building, taking into account the inclusion of people

with disabilities (e.g to achieve barrier-free access or calls for help) where required by local

applicable law.

This document applies for planning, installation, commissioning, handover, operation and

maintenance of ASBIS, for the transmission of emergency, danger and hazard audio

messages and/or other operational indications to an assisting authority for remote

assessment and for implementing suitable intervention-, protection- and rescue measures.

Additional information can also be transmitted and the system can be used in day-to-day work

for all communication needs. ASBIS also feature in high availability for end unit monitoring

and system monitoring.

Advanced Security Building Intercom Systems (ASBIS) are used for rapid emergency, danger

and hazard calls, verification by voice communication, warning of a danger, rapid notification

of the responsible emergency / intervention services and for sending voice instructions and/or

other operational indications on how to proceed. Requirements for a suitable concept are a

prior risk assessment and a definition of the protection target. The Technical-Risk

Management (TRM) and Organizational Risk-Management (ORM) have to work out a

common workflow strategy in conjunction with the corresponding system requirements, to

achieve the residual risks. This document prov
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