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Glen Dale from Euralarm presented the industry perspective on certification of security systems at the CRISP final conference in Brussels 16th March 2016.

Glen Dale from Euralarm presented the industry perspective on certification of security systems at the CRISP final conference in Brussels 16th March 2016.

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  1. 1. CRISP Final Conference – 16 March 2017 6th CoU Meeting, Brussels An Industry perspective Glen Dale General Director / Euralarm
  2. 2. CRISP Final Conference – 16 March 2017 6th CoU Meeting, Brussels Euralarm Positioning  We represent the electronic fire safety and security industry.  We provide leadership and expertise for industry, market, policy makers and standards bodies.  We support the idea of a Single European Market in our sector.  We are the only trade association in our sector with an active office in Brussels.
  3. 3. CRISP Final Conference – 16 March 2017 6th CoU Meeting, Brussels 3 associations in 1 Fire Section Security Section Services Section
  4. 4. CRISP Final Conference – 16 March 2017 6th CoU Meeting, Brussels A Strong network
  5. 5. CRISP Final Conference – 16 March 2017 6th CoU Meeting, Brussels Based on the 2015 figures published by the EU Commission: • Through our industry members and associations, we represent > 5000 companies in a €67 billion market – 48% systems – 32% services – 20% products • Those companies have nearly 700 000 employees • An 11% market growth is expected over the next 5 years Serving a big community
  6. 6. CRISP Final Conference – 16 March 2017 6th CoU Meeting, Brussels Our Strategic Goals A Market-driven standards system that works for consumers and the industry • Euralarm’s voice is heard by CEN, CENELEC and the EU Commission • Direct cooperation with CCMC A Single market approach to testing auditing and certification in the fire safety and security industry • Euralarm expects a positive legislative proposal on Security Products from the EU Commission (DG Home) in 2016 1 2
  7. 7. CRISP Final Conference – 16 March 2017 6th CoU Meeting, Brussels Improving fire safety in tourist accommodation to prevent unnecessary deaths and injuries • Oct. 29, 2015: Resolution of the EU-Parliament asking the EU Commission to release legislation to improve Fire Safety in hotels. A Europe-wide system to recognise skills and qualifications of personnel working in the industry • Euralarm members are very active in providing training • Improve coordination with national authorities 3 4 Our Strategic Goals
  8. 8. CRISP Final Conference – 16 March 2017 6th CoU Meeting, Brussels CRISP CRISP Observations from an Industry perspective
  9. 9. CRISP Final Conference – 16 March 2017 6th CoU Meeting, Brussels CRISP The Positives:  The STEFi model addresses, in an innovative way, some of the “softer” aspects of an installed system.  To date standards and certificates have addressed the technical performance of products and systems – but not from an installed and operated system approach and how it may impact the employees and the public at large.  The STEFi model addresses also the cost aspect with respect to integration and future possible upgrades as well as training requirements  STEFi reviews under Freedom infringement, how the system ensures that personal data and images are kept secure and doesn’t infringe on personal privacy rights
  10. 10. CRISP Final Conference – 16 March 2017 6th CoU Meeting, Brussels CRISP Issues that need addressed in a next phase:  Appointed Experts  Selected and appointed by the evaluation body  Security – Technical (forensic - scientific)  Trust – staff, consumers, consumer associations  Efficiency – economic background, relevant technical knowledge  Freedom infringement – human rights, data protection lawyers....  How to build up this database of willing experts?  Experts in their field – will they be experts in STEFi evaluation - or will there be different STEFi experts for every installation?  They are unlikely to provide services for free – and are likely to be expensive  Is a pan-European result required or a national approach?
  11. 11. CRISP Final Conference – 16 March 2017 6th CoU Meeting, Brussels CRISP Issues that need addressed in a next phase:  Pan-European calibration  Test labs often perform “round robin testing” of a “gold model” to ensure calibrated and uniform results  How might this be addressed with installed systems  Some aspects of what is acceptable from a video observance point of view is down to national culture. Does this imply that although STEFi is generic, testing and certification is national  The Industry (Security components) has been advocating with the EU Commission (DG HOME) the need for pan-European certification. It is hoped that a legislative proposal is released soon!  The Industry would not easily accept a move to another complex national system certificate
  12. 12. CRISP Final Conference – 16 March 2017 6th CoU Meeting, Brussels CRISP Issues that need addressed in a next phase:  Freedom infringement  Aspects of data protection are addressed in the new EU General Data Protection Regulation 2018.  This is a legal requirement – can this not be self-certified by the user/integrator “The primary objectives of the GDPR are to give citizens back the control of their personal data and to simplify the regulatory environment for international business by unifying the regulation within the EU.” (1) (1) Wikipedia
  13. 13. CRISP Final Conference – 16 March 2017 6th CoU Meeting, Brussels CRISP Issues that need addressed in a next phase:  Business model  From a manufacturers perspective we have many product standards ensuring product quality – especially in the areas of Fire Safety and Security.  Some countries also require testing of a configured system – albeit technical performance testing  The question is who is the driver who wants to submit the integrated / installed system for STEFI testing?  The user or integrator? - costs may be significant  There needs to be a clear business model or driver for STEFi to be successful
  14. 14. CRISP Final Conference – 16 March 2017 6th CoU Meeting, Brussels Thank you CRISP

Hinweis der Redaktion

  • Before I start with the presentation, let me first introduce Euralarm with a few words….

    Euralarm represents the electronic fire and security industry, providing leadership and expertise for industry, market, policy makers and standardisation bodies.
  • Founded in 1970, Euralarm has 3 individual but interlinked industry sections – each with their own strategic issues yet combining for horizontal issues such as compliance and standardisation as well key “light house” projects such as “Smart Cities” or Citizen Emergency Alert systems which goes across all sections.

  • You can see here on top our ‘association members’ (24) and, at the bottom of the slide, our industry members (now 12).

    All the major players and representative bodies in the industry are represented in Euralarm.
  • Our market is of major importance and cannot be ignored. As the trade association representing the most part of the European security industry, we are viewed as an important interlocutor to other stakeholders and carry a strong voice.

    Membership is open to individual companies and national trade organizations in the fields of electronic fire and security. Our members are large companies and mid-caps in the electronic fire safety and security sector, as well as national associations, carrying the voices of our Industry’s Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs). Euralarm supports them by maintaining the roll-out of EU rules and certification schemes, on one hand, and, on the other hand, Euralarm listens to national issues of common interest and will support and defend these issues in ‘Brussels’. Euralarm channels the industry’s interests to the right EU platforms in Brussels.

    Supporting : https://www.euralarm.org/members

    (Most of the market information has been acquired through indirect ways and may lead to discussion use this sheet for indication purposes only).
  • Euralarm has been providing industry experts to creating standards since it started in 1970.

    Today this continues with the work on individual ENs, in direct discussions for improvement with CEN/CENELEC and in the EU Commission initiative with JIS – the Joint Initiative on Standardisation.

    We continue to work with DG HOME pressing for a pan-European certification scheme for security components.
  • By softer I mean less hardware technical orientated – the Trust & Freedom infringement aspects addressed as a working system.

    Efficiency includes the cost of development and upgrades – although this may difficult to accurately measure as it will be taken from the manufacturers figures

  • By nature of the task, the STEFi evaluations will be on installed sites all over Europe. Access to these experts may be an issue
  • Is it is possible to have a calibrated test or is it just the scheme that is uniform.

    It will be difficult to have an exactly identical test in different countries due to different experts and different cultures
  • This is an aspect not currently addressed by existing technical certification.

    Can this not however be addressed via self certification and compliance with the GDPR?

    Does this aspect need to be part of a certification?
  • Euralarm has experience of helping to set up an existing pan-European certification scheme with the support of Industry – CertAlarm.

    However if the business model is not a clear economic driver, or driven by legislation then it will have difficulties to move clients from their existing model.

    Manufacturers already have a costly component security testing & certification requirement (albeit voluntary) – this will be another cost over and above that.

    This is a key issue not yet addressed:
    If there is no clear business model or driver, then even although STEFi has interesting aspects not already covered in existing product testing and certification - STEFi will not be successful

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