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Zaun Pushes CPD to Specifiers

Last updated: Sunday, September 29, 2019

Steel fencing manufacturer Zaun Limited is increasing its efforts to educate security consultants, specifiers and architects in the latest technologies available to design into buildings, venues and public spaces to protect the public. In just four months, experts from Zaun will be delivering both Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and Security Institute approved Continual Professional Development (CPD) […]

Barrier Gives Rapid VAW Defence

Last updated: Friday, May 4, 2018

Sports fans and festival goers will enjoy greater peace of mind from vehicle as a weapon (VAW) attacks with the arrival of a new lightweight rapid-deploy vehicle security barrier (VSB). The Rapid Defender temporary VSB was deployed in minutes to protect spectators and competitors from VAW threat at the London Marathon and at football stadia […]

PSSA Joins Fight against VAW

Last updated: Tuesday, March 27, 2018

A trade body has launched a new online source of help and information about hostile vehicle mitigation (HVM) in conjunction with a division of the Home Office. The Perimeter Security Suppliers Association (PSSA) has developed the HVMHub with the support of the Joint Security and Resilience Centre (JSaRC) in direct response to the dramatic increase in the terrorist use […]

New PSSA website benefits members

Last updated: Tuesday, October 4, 2016

The Perimeter Security Suppliers’ Association’s (PSSA) members can now reap added benefits following the recent launch of the association’s new website. Over the last few months the PSSA has introduced a number of new services for members and the new website provides information on these as well as raising awareness of member product ranges and […]

FCA looks to make links

Last updated: Friday, April 15, 2016

The new chairman of the Fencing Contractors Association (FCA) has suggested that the organisation will investigate forging closer links with other industry trade bodies.   Adam Binns, who was elected in March, has said he is very much ‘open to talking with other associations.’   These would include the European Fencing Industry Association (EFIA) and […]