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The purpose of this document is to provide guidance to those responsible for National Infrastructure (NI) sites on how to develop an Operational Requirement (OR) for Counter- Unmanned Aerial Systems (...
A hazard and operability study (Hazop) is an effective technique for the identification and analysis of hazards and operational concerns of a system
Security officers play a crucial role in the protection of an asset and consideration of their safety and protection is needed
Screening people and their belongings at entry points helps reduce the likelihood of explosive devices, weapons, and other hazardous or prohibited items being brought into buildings or sites
In conjunction with technology developers, end user site owners and operators, government stakeholders and independent experts, NPSA has produced a Discriminative Metal Detection (DMD) Systems Test Me...
Screening vehicles can help reduce the likelihood of explosive devices, weapons and other hazardous or prohibited items or materials being brought into buildings or onto sites
In conjunction with technology developers, end user site owners and operators, government stakeholders and independent experts, CPNI has produced a Discriminative Metal Detection (DMD) Systems Test Me...
Updated suite of evidence-based guidance notes detailing good practices underpinning delivery of effective detection dog capability
Supporting our customers in assessing and mitigating the security risks posed by unmanned aerial systems (UAS), also known as UAV or drones.
Bulk deliveries can provide a means for getting explosives, weapons and other threat items through a site’s secure perimeter.
NPSA has recently updated its guidance on the use of private sector explosives detection dog services
Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) is a system in which images are monitored and recorded for surveillance and security purposes. NPSA have updated the page to include a new Introduction to CCTV video