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Security Industry Effort to Overhaul MasterFormat Standard Lauded as Big Success

The revised standard rectifies gaping inadequacies in how electronic security and fire/life-safety products and systems are administered to organize project specifications.


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The revised standard rectifies gaping inadequacies in how electronic security and fire/life-safety products and systems are administered to organize project specifications. Rodney Bosch · September 21, 2016

Several smoke alarm brands have been identified as lacking third-party testing laboratory marks on Amazon, including X-Sense, Arikon and Bovon. SSI Staff · July 25, 2016

The working group will collaborate primarily with ONVIF members, plus interact with system integrators, system designers and ONVIF ecosystem stakeholders. SSI Staff · May 06, 2016

NFPA Xchange allows users to search or browse information on topics ranging from fire protection systems, electrical, building and life safety, emergency response and more. SSI Staff · February 13, 2016

More than 55 technical experts from 25 companies logged more than 260 hours of total testing time during the three-day event. SSI Staff · November 25, 2015

Installing security contractors and other industry stakeholders can learn about standards efforts in managed video, intrusion detection, hosted central and other services. SSI Staff · September 25, 2015

The Security Industry Association (SIA) Director of Standards Joe Gittens shares what he thinks will be pressing security issues and surprises in 2013. Scott Goldfine · December 25, 2012

While getting out to major industry events is usually an energizing experience, the consensus at this year's recent ASIS expo in Dallas was particularly invigorating. To some extent, it may be more of a collective relief that the security industry and most of its practitioners have withstood one of the harshest economic periods in modern times and that the worst of it is behind us ... Scott Goldfine · October 28, 2010

Disparate types of fire protection equipment that aren't compatible are a significant problem for North American colleges, hospitals and schools, according to the 2009 Campus Safety Fire Survey results, which were released today. January 05, 2010

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has updated its Web site pages to help visitors find document information on more than 300 codes and standards. November 19, 2009




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