Security Industry News from around Australia - and the world.
After nearly two years of working closely with OFT in Queensland, we're happy to now offer our QLD clients full use of Securecy's electronic sign on, crowd control and incident register.
Securecy is the first company in Australia to introduce automated Security Licence checking.
Every NSW Security Licence is automatically checked and verified against the OneGov website every day.
Alerts for expired or cancelled licences go to Guards and Management and the data streams through to the roster and compliance functions througout the platform.
There was a terrific turn out at the 2018 ASIS NSW Chapter Annual Business Meeting & Sundowner.
There was a round up from the Executive team on the events and activities of 2018.
Securecy was presented at the recent ASIAL Queensland industry briefing in Brisbane.
Representatives for OFT also presented and had a Q and A about Security Licencing.
Securecy was announed as the Runner Up for Product of the year (Comms) at the ASIAL Awards for Excellence.
"We were thrilled to receive the award and get this sort of industry recognition - as Securecy had only recently been officially launched", said Chris Hatcher - Securecy's Operations Director.
Senator the Hon. Linda Reynolds CSC, Assistant Minister for Home Affairs launched the ASPI ‘Safety in numbers: Australia’s private security guard force and counter-terrorism’ Report in Canberra on the 17th October.
The Security Industry has unique and complex administrative challenges. It is highly regulated with many and varied compliance obligations.Traditionally, Security companies have had to wrestle with a multitude of systems, including 'off-the-shelf' software, custom spreadsheets and of course the endless paper trails required to comply with regulators. However, new technology is changing all of that.
Securecy has been nominated as a finalist for Product of the Year in the annual ASIAL awards for Excellence.
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