NSI to help Electronic Security Installers Understand Principles of Risk Assessment

NSI is delighted to announce the introduction of a new training course to help electronic security installers carry out risk assessments to enable effective design and correct grading of an intruder alarm system.

The NSI training course will help installers satisfy the requirements of end users and insurers whilst meeting the relevant standards (PD 6662: 2010 and BS 8243). Delegates will gain an understanding of the factors to be considered when determining a grade, including the choice of detection devices based on the construction and layout of the building and location of ‘target’ items.

The course will be of benefit to all electronic security surveyors/designers involved in the specification and provision of intruder alarm systems designed to meet the requirements of the industry standards.  Engineering personnel may also benefit from attending, if their role includes advising end users of changes to building design, layout or usage which may affect the level of protection provided by an existing intruder alarm system.

The training course entitled: “Risk Assessment (overview of PD 6662:2010 +A1:2009 with BS 8243) including System Design Awareness and Grading” will be taking place at NSI headquarters in Maidenhead on Tuesday 12 February and Wednesday 27 March 2013.

For more information or to book a place, please click on the following link: Risk Assessment Course or contact Maxine Dent, NSI Training Executive, on 01628 764831 / Maxine.dent@nsi.org.uk

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