What is the difference between LPS 1175 and EN1627-30:2011?
In this article we compare these two well-known and important standards that define the methods for determining a products resistance to unauthorised entry. LPS 1175 is an internationally recognised certification whereas EN1627-30:2011 is a European standard that applies to products across Europe.Read More
What is tailgating?
Tailgating (also known as piggybacking) is one of the most widespread security breaches affecting businesses today. Tailgating is often described as the passage of unauthorised personnel, either forced or accidental, behind that of an authorised user.Read More
LPS 1175: Issue 8 Approved Security Solutions
The LPS 1175 security ratings are set by the Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB), which works closely with the police, government, insurers, risk consultants and architects to develop its standards. LPCB approval ensures that security products provide the reliable delay and means of detection required to protect against intrusion. The standard is continually reviewed to ensure that it reflects the changing forced entry threats.Read More
Hostile Vehicle Mitigation Crash Test Standards
Meesons range of Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM) solutions are manufactured under strict quality control and reliably prevent unauthorised or vehicle borne attacks. All HVM products provided by Meesons are certified to the highest level in accordance with the three main standards which are; British Standard PAS 68, International Standard IWA 14-1 or American Standard ASTM F 2656/ DOS.Read More