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- Legislation and standards
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Last edited 15 Jun 2020
BRE Red Book
The Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB) has been working with industry and insurers for more than 100 years to set the standards needed to ensure that fire and security products and services perform effectively. LPCB is part of BRE Global.
LPCB’s Loss Prevention Standards (LPS) are applied in fire and security sectors around the world. LPCB offers third-party certification confirming that products and services have met and will continue to meet these standards.
All fire and security products, services and companies certificated by LPCB to LPS and other industry standards are listed in the ‘Red Book’. These listings can be downloaded free of charge from Red Book Live: http://www.RedBookLive.com.
- Fire detection and alarm products and related installers.
- Fire suppression products and related installers.
- Fixed fire-fighting systems and related installers.
- Passive fire protection products and related installers.
- Security protection systems.
- Management systems.
- Construction products.
NB BRE Global and sister company BRE are part of the BRE Group which is owned by the BRE Trust. The Trust is a registered charity that works to advance knowledge, innovation and communication in the built environment. All profits made by the its subsidiary companies are used to fund new research and education programmes.
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