Documentation- maximum points 1

  • A1 SURVEY

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.1
    There is lack of evidence of an adequate survey
    1pt

  • A2 ID CARDS

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.1
    Staff visiting premises do not carry identification cards
    1pt

  • A3 COMMISSIONING

  • Ncp109:pt1:5.1
    Records of commissioning do not include all the required checks
    1pt

  • A4 AS FITTED DOCUMENT

  • Ncp109:pt1:5.3
    The as fitted document does not include all of the required information including classification of the access points and the methods adopted for safe escape
    1pt

  • A5 NSI CERTIFICATE

  • NSI regulation:a.3
    The correct NSI certificate was not issued within one month
    1pt

  • A6 HISTORICAL RECORDS

  • Ncp109:pt2:2.4
    There are no historical records; no records of preventative and corrective maintenance; no temporary disconnection records
    1pt

Handover and training- maximum points 1

  • B1-B3 DOCUMENTATION AND TRAINING

  • Ncp109:pt1:5.2
    A system log book was not supplied: no handover checklist and/or customer signature on completion certificate
    1pt

  • Ncp109:pt1:5.2
    There is lack of evidence of appropriate training of users in relation to system operation and/or producing systems backups and/or the procedure for summoning assistance
    1pt

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.1
    The customer was not provided with sufficient information to enable them to understand the consequences of making adjustments (where provided) to biometric readers
    1pt

Safety requirements- maximum points 2

  • C1-C2 SAFE EXIT

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.1
    Access point(s) conflict with fire regulations and/or restrict exit in such a way as to endanger people in an emergency
    2pts

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.3
    Methods of safe escape do not include emergency override facilities when access points fail locked under system failure conditions
    Note- if exit is granted by electrical means only then fail unlocked may be mandatory to meet safety legislation
    2pts

  • C3 MARKING HOUSINGS

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.4
    Equiptment housings are not clearly marked with operating or supplied voltage
    2pts

Security requirements-maximum points 2

  • D1-D2 CLASSIFICATION OF ACCESS POINTS

  • Ncp109:pt1:3
    Classification of access points is not consistent with the required security (for example class 1 or class 2 for high risk)
    2pts

  • Ncp109:pt1:3.1
    Credentials used to grant access do not meet the requirements for the specified class of the access point
    2pts

  • D3-D7 PROTECTION FROM UNAUTHORISED INTERFERENCE

  • Ncp109:pt1:3.1
    Tokens are not suitably protected against unauthorised change ( for example using passwords)
    2pts

  • Ncp109:pt1:3.1
    Codes are not suitably protected from repeated attempts to select the correct code ( for example by limiting the number of attempts)
    2pts

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.1
    Means to adjust biometric readers (where provided) is not protected against unauthorised change ( for example using passwords)
    2pts

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.3
    The control equipment is not protected against unauthorised interference with the system database or programme ( for example using passwords)
    2pts

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.3
    Displayed data at control equipment is visible to unauthorised people
    2pts

Environmental precautions-maximum points 1

  • E1-E2 RATING AND PROTECTION

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2
    Certain equipment is not rated to withstand the environment conditions to which it is exposed
    1pt

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2
    Environmental housings do not afford appropriate protection (for example ip54 or ip65) where the possibility of penetration by solid objects,dust or water exists (includes junction boxes)
    1pt

  • E3 BATTERY POWERED TOKENS

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.1
    Battery powered active tokens are not suitable for the environment in which they are operated ( for example battery life is too short)
    1pt

Cable installation-maximum points 2

  • F1-F4 LOCATION AND PROTECTION

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.5.1
    Cables are not installed within controlled areas (expect where it is impractical to do so)
    2pts

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.5.1
    Cables installed outside controlled area are not protected by suitable conduit,trunking or armour.
    2pts

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.5.1
    Cables exposed to possible mechanical damage or tampering are not protected by suitable conduit,trunking or armour
    2pts

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.5.1
    Metal conduit (or equivalent) is not used where an access point release signal passes outside the controlled area
    2pts

  • F5-F6 SUPPORT AND JOINTING

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.5.1
    Cables are not adequately supported and/or their installation is not to good working practices
    1pt

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.5.1
    Extra low voltage cable joints are not made in suitable junction boxes using either soldered,crimped or screw terminals
    Note plug and socket connections ca be used providing fire safety is not compromised
    1pt

  • F7-F9 RATING AND SEGREGATION

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.5.1
    Extra low voltage signal cables are run in close proximity to mains power cables or other low or high voltage cables such that there in in adequate segregation
    1pt

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.5.2
    Signal cables are not compatible with the rate of data transfer and/or are affected by electromagnetic interference
    1pt

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.5.3
    Power cables are in sufficiently rated for satisfactory operation of equipment located at the ends of cable runs
    1pt

  • F10 FLEXIBLE CABLES

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.3
    Flexible cables are unsuitable and/or not used where necessary (for example transferring electrical connections onto doors)
    1pt

Reader functions and indications-maximum points 2

  • G1 INDICATION FOR ACCESS GRANTED

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.2
    There is no indication for access granted
    1pt

  • G2 VARIABLE TIME FOR ACCESS

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.2
    The time available for access to be made cannot be varied(for example by reprogramming the system)
    1pt

  • G3 TAMPER DETECTION OF LOCKS

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.2
    There is no tamper detection of access to lock in circumstances where the lock can then be controlled from the insecure side
    2pt

  • G4-G5 READER RESPONCE TIME AND RE-LOCKING OF ACCESS POINT

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.2
    The reader takes longer than 2 seconds to respond following valid completion of data entry associated with the credential(can be longer when complex data needs to be processed)
    1pt

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.2
    The access point does not relock if it is not used within a predetermined time
    2pts

Mounting readers-maximum points 1

  • H1-H3 MOUNTING AND LOCATION

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.2
    Readers are not mounted securely in position
    1pt

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.2
    Readers are not mounted adjacent to their access points
    1pt

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.2
    Readers re not mounted in positions convenient for all users,including those with disability
    1pt

Access point hardware-maximum points 1

  • J1-J2 PHYSICAL SECURITY AND DUTY CYCLE

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.3
    The degree of physical security required is not consistent with the access point hardware supplied
    1pt

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.3
    The access point hardware is not appropriate for the number of users and the duty cycle of the access point
    1pt

  • J3 ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.3
    The environment (including corrosion,vibration and/or physical abuse) has adversely affected the access point hardware
    1pt

  • J4-J9 DOORS,HINGES,FRAMES AND CLOSING DEVICES

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.3
    The physical strength of the door and its frame is unsatisfactory following the fitting of the access point hardware
    1pt

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.3
    Inappropriate hardware fitted to rebated and double rebated doors
    1pt

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.3
    Closing devices are unable to close and lock the door under normal circumstances including adverse air pressure
    1pt

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.3
    Closing devices cause undue impact on the components of the access control system
    1pt

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.3
    Doors do not fit in their frames satisfactorily
    1pt

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.3
    Hinges and/or frames and/or fixings are not adequate for the weight and proposed usage of the doors
    1pt

  • J10 DOOR RELEASES

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.3
    Door releases are not continually rated when manual and/or automatic override features are required (for example long operation of door releases)
    1pt

  • J11 KEY OVERRIDE

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.3
    Where specified in a case of a complete power failure, there is no key override to a critical door with the key kept in a safe place outside the controlled door
    1pt

Power supplies-maximum points 2

  • K1-K2 LOADING AND ACU VOLTAGE

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.4
    The power supply will not support the largest load likely to be placed upon it under normal operational conditions
    2pts

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.4
    The voltage input to the ACUs exceeds 50v (except for certain kinds of release mechanisms)
    1pt

  • K3-K6 LOCATION,CONNECTION AND CABLING

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.4
    Power supply units are not located within the controlled areas ( secure from tampering)
    2pts

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.4
    Power supply units are insecure when fail unlocked operates
    2pts

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.4
    The main supply is not permanently connected
    1pt

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.4
    Extra low voltage signal cables enter power supply containers through the same entry point as the mains cables (except where impractical to avoid doing so)
    1pt

  • K7 STANDBY POWER SUPPLY

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.2.4
    The standby power supply (if required) does not have the necessary capacity to support the access control system for the minimum time period agreed
    2pts

Controls-maximum points 1

  • L1-L3 ACCESS AND ENVIRONMENTAL

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.3
    Ease of access for maintenance and serviceability is lacking
    1pt

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.3
    The control equipment is not free from environmental problems associated with temperature,humidity,dust and/or other air contamination, vibration, electromagnetic interference
    1pt

  • Ncp109:pt1:4.3
    The ventilation for the control equipment is not adequate
    1pt

Maintenance-maximum points 1

  • M1-M2 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE

  • Ncp109:pt1:3.2.1
    Where there is a maintenance contract, the company does not make preventative maintenance visits to the controlled premises at the required intervals
    1pt

  • Ncp109:pt1:3.2.2
    Records of preventative maintenance do not confirm inspection and testing of the relevant items
    1pt

  • M3 CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE

  • Ncp109:pt1:3.2.2
    The company does not provide corrective maintenance within the call-out time agreed in contract
    1pt

AUDIT COMPLETION

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