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Security Equipment Evaluated Products List

ASIO's T4 Protective Security directorate, on behalf of SCEC, evaluates protective security products to determine their suitability for use in Australian Government facilities. Approved products are listed in the Security Equipment Evaluated Products List (SEEPL).

Given the purpose of this evaluation program, SCEC does not support the requirement for SCEC approved products in tender documentation where there is no identified need for such equipment. 

Products are evaluated to ensure they meet the government requirements, and that the specific applications and any limitations of the products are clearly identified. The majority of products evaluated are for use in PSPF Zones 3 to 5. SCEC also evaluates a number of administrative and specialised security products. 

The SEEPL replaces the Security Equipment Catalogue (SEC2011) which was ceased on 1 March 2015. From this date, products that were listed in the SEC2011 are no longer approved unless they appear in the most current version of the SEEPL. While any new or replacement products must come from the SEEPL, products already in place, specified  or ordered prior to 1 March 2015 do not require immediate replacement. Contact us if more information is required.

For details on getting a product in the SEEPL visit the Getting a product in the SEEPL page.

Obtaining a copy of the SEEPL

The SEEPL is protectively marked FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY, when accessing this information you must take all reasonable action to protect and maintain the security of this document. Information contained in the SEEPL should only be shared with individuals with a demonstrated ‘need-to-know’.

  • Digital Version - (For Official Use Only). Available to Australian Government agencies, SCEC Security Zone Consultants, SCEC Approved Locksmiths, Defence Industry Security Program (DISP) members or ABN companies working on government projects.

Please submit a completed digital SEEPL application form.

DISP members, or ABN companies working on government projects seeking to access the SEEPL must submit an authorisation letter with their application form.