RIBA CPD Showcase

Entrance security

Keeping yourself, your business, customers, employees and all building users safe has to be a high priority whatever the circumstances. The following building security specialists have raised access and entrance control to an artform. All CPD materials featured here have been assessed and approved by the RIBA and count towards your 35-hour annual learning requirement.
Seminar, by Hafele UK Ltd
A look at electronic access control systems, the elements that make up these systems, and their correct specification.

Founded in Germany in 1923, Häfele started out making hardware fittings that could be delivered quickly, conveniently and reliably. Today, the Häfele Group still delivers on that promise and is one of the world’s leading suppliers of furniture fittings, architectural hardware and electronic security systems worldwide. Quality, design, innovation and functionality remain its core values.

Duration: 45 minutes, plus Q&A
An essential guide to key aspects of access control for anyone new to the subject – and those who might benefit from an update. Using ‘What is access control?’ as its starting point, the presentation goes on to discuss the latest hard- and software developments – such as mobile phone app access and digital cylinders – and to highlight current standards, environmental and GDPR considerations.

Dormakaba is a leading global provider of entrance systems and security and access solutions. Its comprehensive product portfolio includes revolving doors, sliding and swing door systems and operators, turnstiles, partitioning systems, door hardware and more. The company provides a comprehensive specification support service, delivered by an experienced, specialist team.

Duration: 45 minutes, plus Q&A
Seminar, by Allgood Ltd
Explores the balance between electronic security and access for doors. Provides an overview of different electronic lock and access control systems and how to correctly install them. Also addresses the differences between fail-safe and fail-secure, current standards and fire safety implications.

For 75 years Allgood has provided a single source, fully coordinated package of ironmongery and hardware. Its designs are beautiful, timeless, and easy to install and maintain. A champion of British manufacturing, Allgood’s Birmingham production facility delivers more than 100,000 products a year, with over 70% of its supply chain (by spend) situated within 20 miles of its factory and logistics hub.

Duration: 45 minutes, plus Q&A
This updated seminar on secure entrance control looks at how to assess the security risks within a building, determine the type of pedestrian entrance control needed (taking into account current infrastructure), and choose the most appropriate product solution based on risk requirement. Naturally, it also covers relevant safety features and code compliances.

Automatic Systems is a world leader in the automation of secure entrance control. The company has been designing and manufacturing innovative pedestrian, vehicle and passenger access systems for over 60 years – protecting and securing pedestrian and vehicle entrances while optimising traffic flow.

Duration: 45 minutes, plus Q&A
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