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The RSES promotes excellence in security engineering by providing a benchmark of professional competence.
The majority of injuries arising from vehicle borne improvised explosive devices are caused by flying or falling glass and there are several options for reducing this risk
NPSA provides support to security professionals to maximise the reach of NPSA advice and guidance.
A method of detecting individuals with hostile intentions by observing their behaviours and activities
Windows or punched window systems, are those which are ‘stand-alone’ windows incorporated into the facade of a building
Security Equipment listed in this CSE Chapter has been allocated a rating in accordance with NPSA’s Vehicle Attack Delay Standard (VADS).
The use of window retrofit options in existing buildings will reduce the potential of flying glass entering the building following an explosion
Laminated glass can protect against blasts through careful selection of the type, thickness and numbers of layers of both the glass and the interlayer material and associated manufacturing process
Architects commonly use glass inside buildings to provide a barrier or create space or a room. It may be used structurally or as a decorative architectural feature
When developing any requirements for blast protection, it is important to decide which weapons and delivery method need to be addressed
Vehicle-borne threats range from vandalism to sophisticated or aggressive attack by determined criminals or terrorists
This short guidance is intended to help those responsible for the procurement of a Private Security Contractor (PSC) for an event