Clarion will ensure that your systems are compliant with UK legislation, whether we carry out the installation or simply upgrade your existing facilities.
Below we have listed the key industry standards that we ensure we adhere to depending on the type of installation. If you require more information please click the links next to each summary to find out more.
|NPCC Policy: To receive police response for a remotely monitored alarm system, any systems installed after June 2012 must conform to PD6662: 2010 and BS 8243 – more information.||√||x||x||x|
|PD6662:2010: Alarm systems installed within the European Union must meet some basic standards in order to be accepted by insurance companies (BSEN50131) – more information.||√||x||x||x|
|BS 8243: Set of methods for reducing false alarms generated by an intruder and hold up alarm systems – more information.||√||x||x||x|
|BS8418: Guidelines for the correct design & installation of CCTV systems to minimise the number of false alarms to the Police – more information.||x||x||√||x|
|ICO CCTV code of practice 2014: Recommendations on how to comply with the Data Protection Act 1998 when operating a CCTV system – more information.||x||x||√||x|
|NCP 109: Design, installation and maintenance of access control systems, including modern tokens and biometrics technology – more information.||x||x||x||√|
|BS 5839-1:2013: Code of practice for design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of fire alarm and fire detection systems in non-domestic premises – more information.||x||√||x||x|
|NCP 104: Design, installation and maintenance of CCTV systems – more information.||x||x||√||x|
|DHF-TS-011-2019: Guidance for powered gates for the installer, manufacturer and owner – more information.||x||x||x||√|