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Best in the business recognised at the 2017 Security Awards

Oct 23, 2017

The 22nd annual Australian Security Industry Awards for Excellence - an ASIAL initiative, and the 3rd annual Outstanding Security Performance Awards (OSPAs), again shared a prestigious Awards Ceremony & Dinner in front of a sell-out crowd at Crown Melbourne on 19 October.

Congratulating all the winners on such an outstanding achievement, ASIAL CEO, Bryan de Caires said, “The awards recognise the industry’s role in protecting Australian society from security threats and commitment to excellence. The high standard of entries continues to raise the bar each year and is a credit to all entrants, finalists and winners.”

Professor Martin Gill, Managing Director of the OSPAs said, “OSPA winners in Australia join a small elite group around the world who have shown outstanding performance. The OSPAs are now offered in eight countries.”

The award winners included:

Schneider Electric Buildings Australia and Fredon Security – Joint winners for Integrated Security Solution Large over $500,000

Schneider Electric Project – Sunshine Coast University Hospital

A highly complex project. The security and automation system is cutting edge, merging multiple subsystems into one workstation while retaining layers of redundancy. The scale of the project included, 2500 access control doors, 60 lockdown areas, 800 Pelco cameras and 360 Jacques intercoms. The size of floor space covered was comparable to 5 x 25-floor buildings and used over 800,000 meters of cabling.

Fredon Project – New Australian Embassy in Bangkok

The embassy required specialised security systems to deal with a mix of uses including public access, offices and high sensitivity areas. The construction took 40 months in hot and humid conditions. A Gallagher command centre was used for the access control and alarm management system with high-level interfaces into multiple external systems. For CCTV a Pelco Endura management system was used.

MSS Security – winner for Outstanding Security Partnership

For 98 days MSS partnered with the Australian Grand Prix Corporation to support 800 event and hospitality staff and control all aspects of event security, crowd control, traffic management and parking operations. Behind the success of the Grand Prix is a dedicated MSS Security management team who are passionate about what they do.

Crown Perth – winner for Outstanding Training Initiative

Crown security staff play a critical role in providing a safe and customer focused environment.  Their training initiative produces the best security officers in Australia, by providing the right skills and knowledge to perform their duties. Part of the delivery includes creating dynamic scenarios in multiple locations using stunt actors and props, loud music and smoke to simulate real environments and actual incidents.


Gender Diversity Award

Winner – SNP Security

Runner-up – The Star Pty Limited

Indigenous Employment Award

Winner – Wilson Security Pty Ltd

Runner-up – MSS Security

Individual Achievement – General Security Award

Winner – Brad Gorman, SNP Security

Individual Achievement – Technical Security Award

Winner – Cong Vu, Chubb Fire & Security

Integrated Security Solution – Large (>$500,000)

Joint Award Winners
Schneider Electric Buildings Australia Pty Ltd for the Sunshine Coast University Hospital Project
Fredon Security for the new Australian Embassy Bangkok

Runner-up – Honeywell Ltd

Product of the Year – Access Control 

Winner – Inner Range Pty Ltd for Inception

Runner-up – Independent Locksmiths & Security Pty Ltd

Product of the Year – Alarm

Winner – Gallagher Security Pty Limited for Gallagher Class 5 Intruder Alarm System

Product of the Year – CCTV IP System / Solution

Winner – Viasec Pty Ltd for Check My CCTV

Runner-up – Vision Technology Systems Australia

Product of the Year – Physical Security

Winner – Leda Security Products Pty Ltd for Surface mounted barriers

Runner-up – Ezi Security Systems

Special Security Event or Project – Large (>$500,000) Award

Winner – SAPE Industries Pty Ltd for Aurukun Shire Council CCTV

Runner-up – Geutebruck Pty Limited


Outstanding Information Security Company Award 

Winner – Aleron

Runner-up – Alcorn Group

Outstanding In-house Security Manager Award

Winner – Noah Magnus, Assetlink Services Pty Ltd

Runner-up – Ahmad Hamka, Glad Group

Outstanding In-house Security Team Award

Winner – Gold Coast Commonwealth Games Corporation

Runner-up – Assetlink Services Pty Ltd

Outstanding Security Consultant Award

Winner – Rachell DeLuca, Arup Pty Limited

Runner-up – N D Y Management Pty Ltd

Outstanding Security Officer Award

Winner – Sam Kennard, Wilson Security Pty Ltd

Runner-up – Todd Shone, City of Onkaparinga

Outstanding Security Partnership Award

Winner – MSS Security (VIC)

Runner-up – Wilson Security Pty Ltd

Outstanding Training Initiative Award

Winner – Crown Perth

Runner-up – ESS Group Holdings Pty Ltd

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