ASIAL AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE

awards201620th Oct 16
The Westin, Martin Place, Sydney

Celebrate the success of the Australian security industry
Hundreds are expected to attend the prestigious Awards Ceremony and Dinner, which will be held in Sydney on 20 October 2016, to celebrate winners of the 2016 Security Industry Awards for Excellence and Outstanding Security Performance Awards.
Media personality James O’Loghlin is back by popular demand!
If you weren’t with us last year, you may recognise James O’Loghlin from Good News Week, Rove Live, Sunrise, Lateline, The Evening Show and more than 300 episodes of The New Investors. And on 20 October 2016, you’ll spot him emceeing the 21st annual Australian Security Industry Awards for Excellence and second annual Outstanding Security Performance Awards (OSPAs).

The OSPAs is a worldwide scheme for recognising outstanding performers in the security sector. They have been launched in Norway and Germany too and other countries are about to follow. Australia is at the forefront.

The OSPAs are supported by ASIAL, ASIS Australia and the Security Professionals Registry (although the OSPAs is independent of all groups) in an initiative that is designed to unite the security sector in celebrating the success of its outstanding performers.

They are set to bring new life to security excellence. In this first year of the OSPAs, there are 9 categories open to enter in Australia. They are:

• Outstanding In-House Security Team
• Outstanding In-House Security Manager
• Outstanding Guarding Company
• Outstanding Security Consultant
• Outstanding Customer Service Initiative
• Outstanding Security Training Initiative
• Outstanding Security Installer
• Outstanding Security Partnership
• Outstanding Investigator

Between courses awards will be presented to winners and James will provide light comedic entertainment. There will also be an opportunity to pose in front of the photo wall, have your happy snap taken by a professional photographer and network with other security professionals.

For more information visit www.asial.com.au

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