Code of practice for the protection of unoccupied buildings - code of practice for protecting unoccupied premises against theft, arson and vandalism
Unoccupied buildings can attract the attention of thieves and vandals. Owners, managers and managing agents of premises should understand the risks and act to reduce potential losses from theft, vandalism or arson. This Code will help in managing appropriate precautions, starting from when the property is vacated and continuing until the premises are either re-occupied, redeveloped or demolished.
2nd impression 1996.
Loss Prevention Council
Formed from a merger of the Fire Offices Committee, the Fire Insurers Research and Testing Organisation and the Insurers Technical Bureau in 1984, the Loss Prevention Council (LPC) later went on to develop a certification body, the Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB), itself taken over by BRE Certification in April 2000. Other LPC documents are now available from the Fire Protection Association.
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