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  • Hobart TAS Industry Briefing - 26 February

    Date: 26/02/2015

    ASIAL General Manager John Fleming will provide a security industry update, including a demonstration of ASIAL's Safe Workplace Management System and the latest on the NBN roll out. Hear from Michael Clark at WorkSafe Tasmania, at the Department of Justice on safety, health and return to work.

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  • SA Industry Briefing - 5 March

    Date: 05/03/2015

    Hear from John Evangelista at the Attorney General's Department: Consumer and Business Services, Mark Syrus from South Australia Police, ASIAL's General Manager John Fleming, Bupa, and AustralianSuper at the SA Industry Breakfast Briefing.

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  • WA Industry Briefing - 6 March

    Date: 06/03/2015

    A security industry update, including a demonstration of the ASIAL Safe Workplace Management System and the latest on the National Broadband Network (NBN) roll out, will be presented by ASIAL General Manager John Fleming. Hear also from Dale Davies at the Licensing and Enforcement Division, AON regarding Cyber threats, as well as AustralianSuper talking about a super fund ASIAL members have access to.

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  • Is private security equipped to detect and respond to terrorism activities?

    In the wake of the terrorist tragedies that have occurred both locally and globally, Principal Consultant at Matryx Conxulting, Luke Percy-Dove asks: How equipped is the private security industry to detect and respond to terrorism activities?

  • Five ways to make more of your ASIAL membership

    Our latest blog explores five ways you can make more of your ASIAL membership, including using the ASIAL logo, familiarising yourself with member benefits, calling for free advice, and joining in online and offline events to become more engaged with the Association and the industry.

  • RE:Are penalty rates outdated in a modern 24 hr workplace?

    12 hours shifts in the security industry I think should be dropped the reason I think this is after 40 year in this business I have seen a guard doing 12 hour shift are not as alert as a guard doin...

  • RE:Violence around licensed venues

    I am not sure of the numbers, it depends on which report you want to read or listen to.....what I am positive about is the violence in the assaults are more ferocious than years gone by. No respect...

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Motivation within the security industry

The UK Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure have recently updated their ‘motivation within the security industry’ document which provides an interactive PDF intended to help security managers, security duty managers, team leaders and those responsible for managing security personnel development and maintain a motivated workforce.

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