This one-day course provides an overview of the fundamental changes in the requirements contained with PD 6662: 2010 compared to those included in PD 6662: 2004. The course includes an introduction to BS 8243: 2010 and DD 263: 2010
Who should attend?
This course is designed for individuals who have the task of designing, installing, and maintaining intruder alarms systems to ensure compliance with the relevant Standards, Codes of Practice and procedures.
Those attending should have a good fundamental understanding of PD 6662:2004, EN 50131-1 and DD243, as the course concentrates on the revisions to existing standards and the contents of new ones, rather than the basic principles.
- Changes in the content of PD 6662:2010, including the Annexes
- Guidance on the industry’s interpretation of various aspects of the Standard
- Explanation of the new requirements contained within BS 8243, especially in relation to Hold-Up Alarms
- Introduction and explanation of the principles contained in the Draft Document for commissioning, maintenance and remote support for Intruder and Hold-up Alarm Systems, DD263:2010
Delegates will receive a Certificate of Attendance in addition to course notes, checklists, model procedures and sample forms. Those attending will be expected to take an interactive part in the training course, with practical exercises for both group and individual participation. Exercises are based on situations that may arise with a company installing and maintaining electronic security systems.
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Attending this course will contribute six structured hours towards your CPD requirements.
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