This scopes the following application areas:
Installation / system:
- Burglary detection and robbery systems
- Video surveillance systems
- (Alarm) transmission systems
- Access control systems
- ICT Intrusion Detection Systems
- Social security systems
- Automatic fire and evacuation alarm systems
By combining these multiple scopes within one scheme, electronic security can be offered integrally. The certification process is based on the European standard. The design, delivery and maintenance of the system must take place on the basis of "IEC 60839-11-2: 2014: Alarm and electronic security systems - Part 11-2: Electronic access control systems - Application Directive".
Purchasers, suppliers, consultant agencies, maintenance companies.
When is it necessary?
The use of electronic security has become increasingly visible in recent years.
Granting controlled access is, for example, an essential part of building management. Closing buildings when all of the visitors have left is most of the time not a problem. It becomes much more difficult if there are people in the building and when the access control system has an impact on burglary, fire safety and on escape routes.
The certification scheme sets requirements for documents, such as the ‘Program of Requirements’, the Design, the security plan, delivery report and certificate.
In addition, requirements are set for the process from installation to maintenance and for the quality system, such as personnel, company premises, document management and procedures / work instructions.
The certification process starts with an application and a subsequent quote. On the basis of this quotation you can decide whether or not you want to start the certification process.
When you conclude to do so, an independent admission audit will follow in which Kiwa NCP assesses whether the criteria for certification are met. If the result of the examination is positive, you will receive a certificate. If any shortcomings have been identified, they have to be resolved first.
After the initial certification, annual inspection audits are carried out to determine if the certified processes and activities continue meet the requirements.