Review of the Latest News on British Standards

Electromagnetic Compatibility. Limits BS EN 61000-3-2 Updated

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Limits. Limits for harmonic current emissions (equipment input current ≤ 16 A per phase)

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BSI Announces the 7th Annual Fire Safety Conference

The quality of your fire safety policy, design and management could make a critical difference between life and death.  But how do you make sure that you have taken all the necessary steps to minimize risks and improve fire safety?

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buildingSMART International Seeks to Broaden Engagement

A strategy to open BuildingSMART International (bSI) – the parent organisation of the buildingSMART network – to wider direct participation and encourage the industry to engage with its programmes is being implemented.

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BS 5839 Fire Detection and Fire Alarm Systems Recently Published and Confirmed

The BS 5839 series is an essential guide for anyone involved in the design, installation, commissioning, maintenance and use of fire detection and alarm systems.

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New Standard for Protection Against Lightning

BS EN 62305-2 Protection against lightning. Risk management outlines risk assessment for a structure or service from lightning flashes to earth.

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The Latest Standards To Assist In Fire Safety Compliance

The BS 5839 series is an essential guide for anyone involved in the design, installation, commissioning, maintenance and use of fire detection and alarm systems.

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BS 7211: 1998 renamed and Superseded by BS 7211: 2012

BS 7211: 2012
Electric cables - Thermosetting insulated and thermoplastic sheathed cables for voltages up to and including 450/750 V for electric power and lighting and having low emission of smoke and corrosive gases when affected by fire.
Supersedes BS 7211: 1998 which remains current

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Are you up to speed with the impact of the Construction Products Regulation?

The Construction Products Regulation (CPR) will replace the Construction Products Directive (CPD) in July 2013. You need to ensure that you fully comply with the regulation by this date at the latest.

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