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AS 2201.2:2022

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Alarm and electronic security systems, Part 2: Monitoring centres

AS 2201.2:2022 specifies requirements for the construction, equipment, staff and operation of centres used for the monitoring of client alarm and security systems. It also specifies a grading system for assessing the risk profiles of such centres. The grading system may act as a guide for customers of remote alarm monitoring services to choose the monitoring centre most suited to their needs.Keywords: Intruder alarm; Security system; Monitoring centre
Published: 25/03/2022
Pages: 33
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Table of contents
Header
About this publication
Preface
1 Scope and general
1.1 Scope
1.2 Application
1.3 Assessment period
1.4 Normative references
1.5 Terms and definitions
1.6 New designs and innovations
2 Grading convention
2.1 General
2.2 Grading format
2.3 Gradings used in associated security standards
3 Risk management and assessment
3.1 General
3.2 Functionality and services within the control of the monitoring centre
4 Building services and construction
4.1 General
4.2 Shell and sallyport construction
4.2.1 All grades
4.2.2 Construction materials
4.3 Sallyport requirements
4.4 Doors
4.4.1 All grades
4.4.2 Locking mechanisms
4.5 Windows
4.5.1 All grades
4.6 Service duct penetrations
4.6.1 Grades A and B
4.6.2 Grade C
4.7 Amenities
4.7.1 Grades A and B
4.7.2 Grade C
4.8 Airconditioning and ventilation
4.8.1 Grades A and B
4.8.2 Grade C
4.9 Fire system
4.9.1 Smoke detection and alarm warnings
4.9.2 Fire extinguisher
4.9.3 Grade A
4.9.4 Grades B and C
5 Monitoring centre control and security
5.1 Right of tenure
5.2 Residential exclusions
5.2.1 All grades
5.3 Video surveillance system
5.4 External area surveillance
5.4.1 Grades A and B
5.4.2 Grade C
5.5 Monitoring centre shell surveillance
5.5.1 Grade A
5.5.2 Grades B and C
5.6 Monitoring centre shell access
5.7 Monitoring centre alarm system
5.8 Operator inactivity monitoring
6 Clocks
6.1 General
6.2 Synchronization
6.3 Time display
7 IT policy management
7.1 General
7.2 Software management
7.2.1 Software versions
7.2.2 Software patches
7.3 Cyber security
7.3.1 Incident management
7.3.2 Certificates for external facing web servers
7.3.3 IT systems access
7.4 Cyber infrastructure
7.4.1 Vulnerability protection
7.4.2 Infrastructure design
7.5 Disaster recovery and backup management
7.6 Third-party management
7.7 IT access management
7.8 Event logging
8 Power source equipment
8.1 General
8.2 Primary power source
8.3 Reticulation control
8.3.1 Grades 1 and 2
8.3.2 Grade 3
8.4 Stand-by power sources
8.5 Alternate power sources
8.5.1 Capability
8.5.2 Operation
8.6 Alternate power source location
8.6.1 Grade 1
8.6.2 Grades 2 and 3
8.6.3 Alternate power supply enclosure security
8.7 Fuel
8.8 External generator
8.8.1 Grades 1 and 2
8.8.2 Grade 3
8.9 Other stand-by and alternate power source loads
9 Communications
9.1 Event indicating and recording equipment
9.2 Alarm response communication
9.2.1 All grades
9.2.2 Alarm response record keeping
9.3 Voice recording
9.4 Record retention
9.4.1 General
9.4.2 Data integrity
9.5 System availability
9.5.1 Contingency alarm monitoring
9.5.2 Event log
9.5.3 System integrity
9.6 Mean time to detect
9.7 Alarm processing time
10 Personnel
10.1 General
10.2 Numbers of monitoring centre staff
10.2.1 Grade 1
10.2.2 Grades 2 and 3
10.3 Operator training
10.3.1 Competency based training program
10.3.2 Record keeping
10.4 Monitoring centre visitors and servicing personnel
11 Preventative maintenance
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Bibliography
Cited references in this standard
[Current]
Information technology - Security techniques - Information security management systems - Overview and vocabulary
[Current]
Video surveillance systems for use in security applications, Part 4: Application guidelines (IEC 62676-4:2014, MOD)
[Current]
Video surveillance systems for use in security applications, Part 1.1: System requirements — General (IEC 62676-1-1:2013, MOD)
[Current]
Intruder alarm systems, Part 5: Alarm transmission systems
EN 1627
Pedestrian doorsets, windows, curtain walling, grilles and shutters - Burglar resistance - Requirements and classification
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