Improving Standards of Security in the Built Environment
This free-to-attend event brings together Members of both The Security Institute and ASIS UK Chapter for a range of sessions dedicated to exploring the role of standards in securing the built environment. Hear from expert speakers and subject matter experts, network with likeminded professionals and witness first-hand the rigorous forced entry testing that LPCB-certified products undergo.
This event is for Members of The Security Institute and ASIS UK Chapter only.
A valid Membership number must be shared when registering to attend.
Registration details will be shared as necessary between The Security Institute, ASIS UK and BRE for the purposes of Membership verification, event management and post-event communication only.
If you have any questions, please contact either:
09:30 Arrive and refreshments
10:00 Welcome and Introduction by Event Chair Bruce Braes
10:15 Richard Flint (BRE): Assuring Forced Entry Protection
This session will concentrate on:
Forced entry threats – Types, why delay measures matter and an offender’s perspective.
Selecting appropriate standards of forced entry protection.
Verifying conformity within the supply chain.
12:15 Lunch and networking
13:00 Group A – Witness forced entry testing
Group B – Asset level security assurance: The role of standards and certification
13:45 Group A – Asset level security assurance: The role of standards and certification
Group B – Witness forced entry testing
14:45 Panel discussion: “Spec-busting – How rife is it and how can we combat it?”
The panel session will be chaired by Bruce Braes and obtain the panel members’ experiences and thoughts in relation to the protection of security design and specifications throughout a built asset’s lifecycle – from planning through to occupation – against potential ‘value engineering’ or ‘spec-busting’.
15:15 Questions and closing remarks