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  • Webinar - Understanding the Security Services Industry Award

    Date: 29/07/2014

    Chris Delaney, ASIAL’s Industrial Relations Advisor will discuss and explain the key parts of the Security Industry Award 2010 to ensure you understand what you can and can’t do, what you can expect from employees and what determinations industrial tribunals and the FWO have handed down.

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  • QLD Industry Briefing

    Date: 06/08/2014

    The QLD breakfast briefing on Wednesday 6th August will feature an overview of the Fair Work Ombudsman campaign targeting the dangers of lowest cost security contracts and there will be an update on the arrangements for the G20 meetings and how the security industry can assist police.

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  • Webinar - Superannuation legislative update and education in the workplace

    Date: 15/08/2014

    Presented by AustralianSuper the event will provide an update on the latest legislative changes and what they mean for your business, plus why superannuation matters and how education in the workplace can benefit all.

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  • Integrate 2014

    Date: 26/08/2014

    A growing and dynamic audio visual industry has seen the expansion of products and solutions to market which touch nearly every commercial industry. Recognising the convergence between AV and IT, the Integrate trade event will launch a series of Future Trend Talks in August.

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  • False billing scams hit small businesses

    False billing scams were the most common scam affecting small businesses in 2013.   According to the ACCC’s latest Targeting scams report, over 3,600 reports were received about this scam in 2013 – an increase of 45 per cent from 2012 – and almost $725,000 was lost.

  • Keeping clubs and pubs safe

    The safety of patrons and staff in and around licensed premises has come under intense media and public scrutiny over the past year. In NSW for example, the Government introduced 1.30am lockouts and 3am last drinks laws across a new Sydney CBD Entertainment Precinct as part of a crackdown on drug and alcohol-fuelled violence. ASIAL has been conducting a survey of NSW crowd controllers working in licensed premises and preliminary results have found that one third feel less safe performing their duties than they did a year ago. Among the top issues cited as fuelling this include preloading, the use of illicit drugs and steroids and changing community attitudes / behaviour.

  • RE:Violence around licensed venues

    The consumption of alcohol and in particular when at high levels is recognised as a significant factor for violence. The Australian Institute of Criminology report of 2009 supported this position....

  • NBN and the electronic security industry

    Is the roll out of the National broadband network an opportunity or threat for the electronic sector?

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NSW - Security Licensing & Enforcement Directorate (SLED) Advisory Council

The SLED is currently seeking nominations from suitably qualified persons for appointment to the SLED Advisory Council until November 2016. A maximum of 10 industry representatives will be selected to represent the diversity of the industry.
Expressions of interest close on 22 August 2014.

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