PAS 68 and 69

  • The bollards must be able to stop a vehicle of a predefined mass, type and going at a certain speed.
  • Penetration distance must meet certain requirements.
  • The dispersion of major debris must also meet requirements.
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PAS 69 are a set of guidelines for the selection, installation and use of security barriers to make sure they have been placed as effectively as possible. The standard aims to ensure the selection as well as installation of the barrier provide the best possible protection.

It’s designed to be complement PAS 68. Unlike PAS 68, PAS 69 isn’t about how well a barrier resists impact.

Instead, the guidelines highlights areas at risk where the general design and setup of the site can help overcome those issues. The placement of security barriers, CCTV cameras or speed bumps could for example calm traffic or restrain vehicles.

The PAS 69 standard can be used by industry professionals such as security managers, planners and designers. Operators and owners are encouraged to find more ways to improve the overall security regime of their site as well, as security is an area that always evolves.

  • PAS 69 is designed to complement PAS 68 to ensure the best possible placement and selection of security barriers
  • It highlights areas where the general set up of the site can decrease the risk
  • The overall security regimen can include anything from security barriers to CCTV cameras or security guards.
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