Australian Security Industry Awards
Nominations now open to all.
Submissions close on: 31 August 2016
Award winners announced on: 20 October 2016
For nomination and award ceremony details, visit Australian Security Awards 2016.
Total Facilities 2016
6-7 April 2016
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Australia’s largest industry exhibition for facilities and workplace professionals, Total Facilities 2016, will take place from 6 – 7 April at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.
Returning to Melbourne with an exciting new proposition, Total Facilities now unites both facilities and workplace professionals in the ultimate industry destination for the built and work environment. Held annually between Sydney and Melbourne, it’s Australia’s largest learning and networking event for facility management and like-minded professions looking to create more efficient, sustainable and productive facilities and workplaces.
Over two value-packed days, Total Facilities will bring together the largest concentration of facility suppliers offering leading products and services to executives seeking solutions for their next project in the areas of cleaning, HVAC, energy, fit-out, HS&E, people planning and more. Total Facilities delivers knowledge and innovation to professionals responsible for managing, maintaining and enhancing the working environment.
The Seminar Theatre will host renowned industry speakers who will have visitors rethinking their approach to FM with session after session of practical, tactical information for running smarter, more efficient facilities and workplaces. The New Product Showcase will once again feature the newest, brightest and most innovative products to launch in the Australian facilities market over the last 12 months.
For more information and to register for free entry visit: www.totalfacilities.com.au
Safeguarding Australia 2016
11th-12th May 2016, QT Canberra
Safeguarding Australia 2016, the 13th National Security Annual Summit will bring together leading industry experts from government, corporate, non-government and university sectors to explore policy changes presented by the evolving threat landscape and to discuss opportunities for improving Australia’s capability and resilience in the counterterrorism space with two plenary days and two smaller forums of National Security Science & Innovation Forum and Blast & Other Extreme Events – Design and Modelling Forum for Practitioners and Researchers
Keynote speakers: The Hon. Peter Dutton, Minister of Immigration and Border Protection and a team of European academics involved in PRIME (Preventing, Interdicting and Mitigating Extremism) project, which is a major EU – funded international research project aiming to improve our understanding of lone actor terrorism and to inform the design of social and physical counter-measures for the prevention of lone-actor radicalisation, the disruption of lone-actor terrorist plots, and the mitigation of terrorist attacks carried out by lone extremists.
Safeguarding Australia is Australia’s premier national security conference series. The annual summit is organised by the Research Network for a Secure Australia (RNSA), an Australian Research Council funded research cooperative.
Contact: email@example.com or call 0412 472 766