ISO 23234:2021 pdf download

ISO 23234:2021 pdf download

ISO 23234:2021 pdf download.Buildings and civil engineering works — Security — Planning of security measures in the built environment
1 Scope
This document provides requirements and recommendations for effective planning and design of security measures in the built environment.
The purpose of the document is to achieve optimal protection of assets against all kinds of malicious acts, while ensuring functional, financial, and aesthetic aspects.
The document describes which methods and routines need to be implemented in various stages of a building or civil engineering works project, as well as the competencies needed to achieve a good result.
This document is applicable to new builds, refurbishments and development projects by government and private entities, for various environments, buildings and infrastructure.
2 Normative references
The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their content constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.
ISO 6707-1, Buildings and civil engineering works – Vocabulary – Part 1: General terms
ISO 19650-5, Organization and digitization of information about buildings and civil engineering works,including building information modelling (BIM)一Information management using building information modelling一Part 5: Security-minded approach to information management
3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in ISO 6707-1 and the following apply.
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3.1 security
state of relative freedom from threat (3.18] or harm caused by deliberate, unwanted, hostile or malicious acts
[SOURCE: ISO 19650-5:2020, 3.7]
3.2 protective security
use of measures when managing risk (3.20) linked to undesirable intentional actions
3.3 preventive security
planning, preparation, implementation and overseeing of protective security (3.2) measures which seek to eliminate or reduce risk (3.20) resulting from a threat (3.18)
4.1 General
Where there is an identified need for protective security in relation to an asset in the built environment, protective security measures shall be considered and, where implemented, managed in all project stages. This document sets out a suggested model for project stages (see Table 1) that can be applied whether a project relates to a new or existing asset. Some projects might follow alternative project models for the execution of work. Depending on the nature of the project, the complete model can be followed, or parts can be adapted and applied. The actors in a construction process have defined tasks and roles in the different stages and sub- processes. The principal is responsible for defining the construction programme and detailed requirements, while the project manager and project planning manager are responsible for ensuring that the decision support documentation for security is prepared in line with the accepted recommendations of the project security adviser and to the right quality. The project planners shall jointly develop the project from a list of needs and functions that result in suggestions for detailed interdisciplinary solutions. The project executors shall deliver and implement the selected solutions, and document that their execution complies with the defined requirements.