• BS 8220-3:1990

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    GUIDE FOR SECURITY OF BUILDINGS AGAINST CRIME - WAREHOUSES AND DISTRIBUTION UNITS

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    Superseded date:  03-19-2004

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    Published date:  11-24-2012

    Publisher:  British Standards Institution

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    Foreword
    Committees responsible
    Introduction
    Section one. General guidance
    Section two. Management aspects of security
    Section three. Planning and design
    Section four. Selecting and adapting existing
                       premises
    Section five. Windows
    Section six. Locks and other security hardware for
                       doors and shutters
    Section seven. External doors
    Section eight. Doors and shutters for goods
    Section nine. Glass and plastics glazing sheet and
                       glazing
    Section ten. Roofs, walls and other parts of the
                       structure
    Section eleven. Site perimeter
    Section twelve. Lighting
    Section thirteen. Intruder detectors and alarms
    Section fourteen. Closed-circuit television (CCTV)
    Section fifteen. Access control
    Section sixteen. Goods vehicle security
    Section seventeen. Procedures for goods storage, despatch
                       and receipt
    Section eighteen. Strongrooms, safes, theft of
                       information, cash offices
    Section nineteen. Hazardous goods and dangerous
                       substances
    Section twenty. Security staff
    Appendices
    A. Preliminary advice for new owners and managers
    B. Security staff
    C. Conditions of service of staff
    D. Key security and keyholders
    E. Lighting
    F. Intruder alarms
    G. Closed-circuit television (CCTV)
    H. Telephones
    J. Goods vehicles
    K. Private and company cars
    L. Goods storage
    M. Goods despatch
    N. Goods receipt
    P. Reception of visitors
    Q. Precautions against theft and fire-raising
    R. Cash control
    Tables
    1. Guide to hardware for hinged exit doors which need
         to be locked from outside the building or premises
    2. Guide to locks and other security hardware for
         doors secured from the inside
    3. Locking and securing roller shutters
    4. Locking and securing sectional overhead doors
    5. Locking and securing up-and-over doors
    6. Locking and securing sliding-folding shutter doors
    7. Locking and securing sliding doors
    8. Locking and securing large-panel slide-around-
         corner doors without independently-hinged panels
    9. Locking and securing large-panel slide-around-
         corner doors with an independently-hinged leading
         panel
    10. Locking and securing large-panel slide-around-
         corner doors with an independently-hinged trailing
         panel
    11. Locking and securing large-panel sliding-folding
         doors without independently-hinged panels
    12. Locking and securing large-panel sliding-folding
         doors with an independently-hinged leading panel
    13. Locking and securing large-panel bi-folding doors
    14. Locking and securing wicket doors
    15. Relating perimeter security lighting schemes to risk
         (some examples for chain link fencing)
    16. Types of detectors related to locations
    17. Brief description of detectors
    18. Effect of environmental and other variables on ultra-
         sonic, passive infra-red and microwave detectors
    Figures
    1. Major aspects of security
    2. Typical window bars (viewed from inside)
    3. Typical cross section of a roof grille showing how
         it is embedded into the building structure
    4. Typical secure mortice deadlocks and box striker
         plate
    5. Typical hook bolt mortice deadlock
    6. Typical rim automatic deadlock
    7. Typical rim automatic deadlatch
    8. Typical surface-mounted cylinder locks and latch
         for shutters
    9. Typical multi-point bolt and locking units
    10. Typical robust padlockable bolts
    11. Typical small bolts for personnel doors
    12. Typical butt and security hinges
    13. Typical security padbars and concealed shackle
         padlocks
    14. Typical padbar and cross bar for close shackle
         padlocks
    15. Typical push-button switches and switch locking box
    16. Typical panic bar and bolt, single-leaf door
    17. Typical spring-loaded escape bolts
    18. Typical break-glass security deadlocks
    19. Typical emergency locking latch
    20. Typical master key systems
    21. Typical high security steel door
    22. Typical steel strongroom door
    23. Typical chain-operated roller shutter door (viewed
         and secured from inside)
    24. Isometric view of typical sectional overhead door
         with locks fitted (viewed and secured from inside)
    25. Typical up-and-over door (viewed and secured from
         inside)
    26. Typical plan view of a meeting shield attached to
         one of a pair of sliding-folding shutter doors
    27. Typical sliding-folding shutter doors with locks
         fitted (viewed and secured from inside)
    28. Typical sliding single-leaf door (viewed and secured
         from inside)
    29. Typical large-panel slide-around-corner single-leaf
         door without independently-hinged panels (viewed in
         the open position and secured from inside)
    30. Typical large-panel slide-around-corner single-leaf
         door with an independently-hinged leading panel
         (viewed in the open position and secured from inside)
    31. Typical large-panel slide-around-corner single-leaf
         door with an independently-hinged trailing panel
         (viewed in the open position and secured from inside)
    32. Typical pair of free-floating large-panel sliding-
         folding doors without independently-hinged panels
         (viewed and secured from inside)
    33. Typical large-panel sliding-folding door with an
         independently-hinged leading panel (viewed and
         secured from inside)
    34. Typical large-panel bi-folding double-leaf doors
         (viewed and secured from inside)
    35. Typical grille and collapsible gate
    36. Plan view of pipe held by continuous steel angle
         to prevent climbing
    37. Typical chain link fence with cranked top (viewed
         from inside)
    38. Typical welded mesh panel fence with barbed wire
         and razor edge tape coil topping (viewed from
         outside)
    39. Typical expanded metal panel fence with anti-scaling
         barrier
    40. Typical steel palisade fence (viewed from outside)
    41. Typical lamps
    42. Typical luminaires
    43. Typical secure, rapid and continually monitored
         alarm transmission paths for alerting Police and
         other emergency services
    44. Typical digital communication of alarm signals to
         an alarm company's remote monitoring centre for
         alerting Police and other emergency services
    45. Typical places where the serial number of a safe can
         be located
    46. Indication of dangerous substances on containers
         and packages
    47. Explanation of hazard warning panel
    48. Examples of hazard warning panels
    49. Sign for buildings where pesticides are stored

    Abstract - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    Gives guidance on security measures aimed at forestalling both organized and opportunist crime on the premises of warehouses and distribution units. Includes sections on definitions, criminal activities, consequences of crime, risk assessment: cost effective security, planning security, fire/emergency and other constraints on security, safety and health, insurance, management aspects of security, planning and design, selecting and adapting existing premises, windows and locks and other security hardware for doors and shutters.

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    Committee BDB/4
    Development Note BS DRAFT 95/102865 DC REFERS TO A NEW REVISION
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher British Standards Institution
    Status Superseded
    Superseded By

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    BS 5588-11(1997) : 1997 FIRE PRECAUTIONS IN THE DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND USE OF BUILDINGS - PART 11: CODE OF PRACTICE FOR SHOPS, OFFICES, INDUSTRIAL, STORAGE AND OTHER SIMILAR BUILDINGS
    BS 7807:1995 CODE OF PRACTICE FOR DESIGN, INSTALLATION AND SERVICING OF INTEGRATED SYSTEMS INCORPORATING FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM SYSTEMS AND/OR OTHER SECURITY SYSTEMS FOR BUILDINGS OTHER THAN DWELLINGS
    BS 6229:2003 FLAT ROOFS WITH CONTINUOUSLY SUPPORTED COVERINGS - CODE OF PRACTICE
    BS 5502-81(1989) : 1989 BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES FOR AGRICULTURE - CODE OF PRACTICE FOR DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF CHEMICAL STORES
    BS 8206-2:1992 LIGHTING FOR BUILDINGS - CODE OF PRACTICE FOR DAYLIGHTING
    BS 8214:1990 CODE OF PRACTICE FOR FIRE DOOR ASSEMBLIES WITH NON-METALLIC LEAVES

    Standards Referencing This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    BS 4737-3.13(1978) : 1978 INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS - SPECIFICATIONS FOR COMPONENTS - CAPACITIVE PROXIMITY DETECTORS
    BS 4737-3.3(1977) : 1977 INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS - SPECIFICATIONS FOR COMPONENTS - PROTECTIVE SWITCHES
    BS 4737-3.6(1978) : 1978 INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS - SPECIFICATIONS FOR COMPONENTS - ACOUSTIC DETECTORS
    BS 5588-2(1985) : 1985 FIRE PRECAUTIONS IN THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDINGS - CODE OF PRACTICE FOR SHOPS
    BS 4737-3.1(1977) : 1977 INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS - SPECIFICATIONS FOR COMPONENTS - CONTINUOUS WIRING
    BS 4737-3.2(1977) : 1977 INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS - SPECIFICATIONS FOR COMPONENTS - FOIL ON GLASS
    BS 4737-3.4(1978) : 1978 INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS - SPECIFICATIONS FOR COMPONENTS - RADIOWAVE DOPPLER DETECTORS
    BS 952-1(1978) : 1978 GLASS FOR GLAZING - CLASSIFICATION
    BS 4737-3.5(1978) : 1978 INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS - SPECIFICATIONS FOR COMPONENTS - ULTRASONIC MOVEMENT DETECTORS
    BS 4737-3.9(1978) : 1978 INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS - SPECIFICATIONS FOR COMPONENTS - PRESSURE MATS
    BS 4737-1(1986) : 1986 INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS - SPECIFICATION FOR INSTALLED SYSTEMS WITH LOCAL AUDIBLE AND/OR REMOTE SIGNALLING
    BS 476-6(1989) : 1989 FIRE TESTS ON BUILDING MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES - PART 6: METHOD OF TEST FOR FIRE PROPAGATION FOR PRODUCTS
    BS 4737-4.2(1986) : 1986 INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS - CODES OF PRACTICE - CODE OF PRACTICE FOR MAINTENANCE AND RECORDS
    BS 5725-1(1981) : 1981 EMERGENCY EXIT DEVICES - SPECIFICATION FOR PANIC BOLTS AND PANIC LATCHES MECHANICALLY OPERATED BY A HORIZONTAL PUSH BAR
    BS 4737-3.11:1978 INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS - SPECIFICATIONS FOR COMPONENTS - RIGID PRINTED CIRCUIT WIRING
    BS 5588-8(1988) : 1988 FIRE PRECAUTIONS IN THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDINGS - CODE OF PRACTICE FOR MEANS OF ESCAPE FOR DISABLED PEOPLE
    BS 4737-4.1:1987 INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS - CODES OF PRACTICE - CODE OF PRACTICE FOR PLANNING AND INSTALLATION
    BS 8220-2(1987) : 1987 GUIDE FOR SECURITY OF BUILDINGS AGAINST CRIME - OFFICES AND SHOPS
    BS 4737-3.10(1978) : 1978 INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS - SPECIFICATIONS FOR COMPONENTS - VIBRATION DETECTORS
    BS 4737-3.7:1978 INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS - SPECIFICATIONS FOR COMPONENTS - PASSIVE INFRA-RED DETECTORS
    BS 4737-3.0(1988) : 1988 INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS - PART 3: SPECIFICATIONS FOR COMPONENTS - SECTION 3.0: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
    BS 8220-1(1986) : 1986 GUIDE FOR SECURITY OF BUILDINGS AGAINST CRIME - DWELLINGS
    BS 4737-3.12(1978) : 1978 INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS - SPECIFICATIONS FOR COMPONENTS - BEAM INTERRUPTION DETECTORS
    BS 4737-4.3(1988) : 1988 INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS - PART 4: CODES OF PRACTICE - SECTION 4.3: CODE OF PRACTICE FOR EXTERIOR ALARM SYSTEMS
    BS 476-22(1987) : 1987 FIRE TESTS ON BUILDING MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES - PART 22: METHODS FOR DETERMINATION OF THE FIRE RESISTANCE OF NON-LOADBEARING ELEMENTS OF CONSTRUCTION
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