Security Assurance by BRE (SABRE) is a security assessment and certification scheme for new and existing buildings, built infrastructure assets and managed space developed and supported by BRE Global Ltd (part of the BRE Group). The scheme provides organisations with a framework that can be used during the design, construction and operation of assets to achieve better security outcomes and Return on Investment (ROI).
CornerStone is a SABRE-licensed company (licence 007) and we have Registered Assessors as well as Registered Professionals ready to support your SABRE journey. They meet all the Registered Professional Criteria as defined by the SABRE scheme including 'Suitably Qualified Security Specialist (SQSS), threat, risk, strategy, technical, and operations'.
How we help
SABRE focuses on the process of security risk management, and can therefore be used both on construction projects and on existing facilities of any size and at any location. These can be multi-tenanted or mixed-use, speculative or inclusive of fit-out, across the following sectors: office, education, healthcare, residential, mixed-use, data centres, industrial, retail, and other building types.
What we do?
Hea 06 - Security
- Within the Hea 06 Security, a Suitably Qualified Security Specialist (SQSS) is required to carry out the Security Needs Assessment. CornerStone's SABRE Registered Professional’s are recognised within the scheme as Suitably Qualified Security Specialists (SQSS)
Rsl 10 - Security Risk Assessment
- Within the Rsl 10 Security Risk Assessment, a competent person is required to carry out the security risk assessment. CornerStone's SABRE Registered Professional’s are recognised within the scheme as a competent person
- All facilities which achieve certification to the SABRE standard are listed on RedBook Live; BRE Global’s online directory of approved fire and security products and services
A Structured Framework
- The SABRE assessment process follows a framework incorporating nine technical sections and 70 assessment issues. For each section there is an aim and each technical issue includes criteria and suitable metrics for demonstrating compliance
- SABRE is recognised in BREEAM within the New Construction and In-Use schemes. Utilising SABRE will result in the award of credits within a BREEAM assessment, therefore contributing to a high rating upon certification
Applicable to many Sectors
- SABRE focuses on the process of security risk management, and can therefore be used on construction projects and existing facilities of any size and at any location, whether multi-tenanted or mixed use, speculative or inclusive of fit-out, across many sectors