|Uncertain about PSiRA’s new plans
November 2016, Technews Publishing, This Week's Editor's Pick
Workshops dealing with PSiRA’s new training standards are spurring all sides to engage in professionalising the security industry.
|ESDA golf day again a success
November 2016, ESDA (Electronic Security Distributors Association, News
Manufacturers, distributors and suppliers of product to the security industry participated in the annual ESDA Golf Day in August 2016.
|Latest crime figures
November 2016, SAIS (SA Institute of Security), This Week's Editor's Pick, News
One area of great concern is the increasing level of crimes including violence. Key increases were murder (up by 3,2%), home robberies (up by 2,7%) and carjacking (up by 14,3%)
|PSiRA engages through workshops
November 2016, PSIRA (Private Security Ind. Regulatory Authority)
Hi-Tech Security Solutions attended PSiRA’s Consultation Workshop on proposed new industry training standards.
|Automatic gaseous fire suppression systems
November 2016, FDIA (Fire Detection Installers Association), Fire & Safety
Automatic gaseous fire suppression systems are installed to suppress fires either automatically or manually. These systems are installed in server rooms, archive rooms, MCC rooms, telecoms environments etc.
|Setting transport asset protection standards
November 2016, TAPA (Transported Asset Protection Association), Transport (Industry)
The Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA), based in the Netherlands, is an internationally recognised leader in the fight against high value theft targeted (HVTT) assets crime.
|New security training standards for South Africa
September 2016, PSIRA (Private Security Ind. Regulatory Authority), This Week's Editor's Pick, Training, Conferences & Events
The Private Security Industry Regulatory Association (PSiRA) has proposed updated security training standards for the private security industry and consumers in South Africa.
|PSIRA workshop on new regulations
September 2016, PSIRA (Private Security Ind. Regulatory Authority), News
Due to the uncertainty surrounding the new regulations, PSIRA has been conducting a number of workshops throughout the country over the past few weeks, with the goal of initiating an open discussion with industry players to foster a better understanding of the issues.
|Cabling for fire alarm systems
August 2016, FDIA (Fire Detection Installers Association), This Week's Editor's Pick, Fire & Safety
Fire alarm cables are designed to operate during the fire condition and not to fail in the event of high temperatures imposed on them.
|Securex 2016 roundup
July 2016, Technews Publishing, This Week's Editor's Pick, News, Training, Conferences & Events
Securex 2016 was, by all accounts, a successful event for both exhibitors and visitors. The halls of Gallagher Estate were packed with people from the first day to the last.
|SAIDSA launches product certification programme
June 2016, SAIDSA (SA Intruder Detection Services Association, This Week's Editor's Pick, Perimeter Security, Alarms & Intruder Detection
The South African Intruder Detection Services Association (SAIDSA) has announced the start of a product certification programme with benefits for the industry as a whole, as well as for end users.
|Audible and visual alarms in gas areas
June 2016, FDIA (Fire Detection Installers Association), Fire & Safety
Various national standards are used in the gas suppression industry, each standard has a section on the use of audible and visual alarms.
|Updated draft training regulations from PSIRA
June 2016, ESDA (Electronic Security Distributors Association, News
PSIRA has republished its proposed Training Regulations for public comment in a Gazette dated 24th June 2016. The new draft is in response to questions and concerns about the wording in the first version. ...
|Fire detector types and selection
May 2016, FDIA (Fire Detection Installers Association), This Week's Editor's Pick, Fire & Safety
There are various types of detectors available for fire detection system designers and each type is suitable for a particular use. Charles Thiongo from the FDIA elaborates.
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