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Revised National Standard on Security Requirements for Schools Released
Source from:SAC    Update on:2022-09-13 11:08

 
The revised national standard, GB/T 29315-2022, Security requirements for primary and secondary schools and kindergartens, recently released by State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR), Standardization Administration of China (SAC), was officially implemented on June 1. 
 
The standard was revised for the first time ever since its previous edition released in 2012. As an important measure to put the national deployment on juvenile protection in place, it aims to solve the problems of the previous edition such as low security requirements on both personnel and physical protection, and less coordination between technical indicators of the security system and new technologies, which is of great significance for further improving the security work in schools. 
 
With the applicable, scientific and advanced principles, the standard focuses on the personnel, physical and technology protection in schools, and is used for the construction and management of the security system in primary and secondary schools, kindergartens as well as other education and training organizations and relief and protection agencies.
 
Upholding the core ideas of "putting life and security first", the standard specifies 16 key areas of security based on the systemic arrangements of security work in primary and secondary schools and kindergartens across the country, extending the safety protection zone from the inner part of a school to its outer and neighboring areas. 
 
It also includes new technologies and ideas to improve the operability, making the security work in schools more practical and effective and ensuring the coordination of technical indicators and new technologies.
 
In the next step, SAMR, SAC will take multiple measures to carry out the publicity and training for the related management departments and the personnel of primary and secondary schools and kindergartens to understand and apply the standard.