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Last edited 28 Aug 2020
Security management plan
Information protocol to support BS EN ISO 19650-2 the delivery phase of assets, published by the UK BIM Framework in association with the Construction Industry Council (CIC), Edition 1: May 2020, suggests that a Security Management Plan means: ‘…the document (or part of a document) identified in the Information Particulars setting out the security requirements for carrying out the Works in a security-minded way, including any policies, protocols, processes and procedures referred to therein.’
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