NFPA 730-2020 Guide for Premises Security.
9.1 General.
9.1.1 The recommendations of Chapter 9 should apph when specifically referenced from Chapters II through 20.
9.1.2 Electronic premises security systems should be installed in compliance with the regatiremndnts of NFPA 731.
9.2 Contraband Detection. (Reserved)
9.2.1 sSèapon Detection (Magnetometers and X.Ray). (Reserved)
9.2,2 Explosive Detection (Man Portal, Parcel/Freight, and Portable). (Reserved)
9.2.3 Radiation Detection (Man Portal, Parcel/Freight, and Portable). (Reserved)
9.2.4 Narcotics Detection (Man Portal and Portable). (Reserved)
9.2.5 Biological and Chemical Agent Detection (Fixed and Portable). (Reserved)
9.3 Personnel Safety Alerting Systems. (Reserved)
9.3.1 Emergency Communication Ssteni. (Reserved)
9.3.2 Holdup. Duress. Ambush, and Man Down Alarms. (Reserved)
9.3.3 Threat/Door/Miscellaneous Alarms. (Reserved)
9.3.4 Video Surveillance Analytics Alerting Systenis.
9.4 Property Protection Monitoring Systems.
9.4.1 Asset Tracking. (Reserved)
9.4.2 Intrusion Detection Systems. Intrusion detection systems should be designed to piotect against vulnemabilities identified by a security vulnema. bilitv assessment (SV.). Intrusion detection s’.stcms should be installed in accordance with the requirements of NIPA 731. Signals from an intrusion detection sstem alanu should be in accordance with the requirements of 5.1.3 of
NFPA 731. The alarm sstrm should bc periodically tested and properly maintained as required in (:hapter It) of NFPA 731.
9.4.3 Access Control Systems.* Access control systems should he designed to control mncment through portals as determined b the SVA. Access ccmimtrol systemiLs sliciulcl be iiistallel ilL accordance with the requirements of NFPA 731, Access to unissned actise machine readable credentials shcmILlcl hr controlled.
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