Update to Security Industry Good Practice Guideline
The Security Industry Good Practice Guideline was developed and launched by the NZSA last year as an industry resource providing operational and health and safety standards for all New Zealand companies operating in the guarding and security patrols sectors.
With the assistance and input from a working group, including event security providers and event and venue hosts, the NZSA has developed additional sections specific to guidance on Crowd Controller roles and duties and providing security for Events, Venues and other Crowded Places.
The additional sections are aligned with the recently issued Protecting our Crowded Places from Attack: New Zealand’s Strategy programme and the various resource tools.
The amended copy of the Good Practice Guideline, including the new sections, can now be downloaded from the NZSA website www.security.org.nz.
Face masks available
The NZSA reminds all members that they should be carrying a sufficient stock of face masks and other PPE to cover any potential imposition of lockdowns on either a regional or national level.
The NZSA can supply face masks from the Ministry of Health, these masks are approved for essential services.
The masks are available to order in boxes of 50. The price of one box is $50 + gst plus the cost of delivery to your premises.
If you would like to place an order can you please email us at [email protected] with your requirements, delivery address and contact details.
Event – Securing NZ’s Borders, Facilities & Public Spaces
13-14 April 2021
Vodafone Events Centre, Auckland
Attend to receive essential updates on the latest developments in safety and security. Hear from a wide range of experts from across police, law enforcement, government, legal, sports, venue operators, risk management and the security industry.
NZSA Members and recipients of this email are entitled to a 20% discount if you book before 19 March. To qualify enter the promotion code MFOC4G when booking on the Conferenz website
Topics will cover:
– Security at national and civic level – funding, collaboration and strategy
– Border quarantine and managed isolation facility security review
– Harnessing the benefits derived from the ability to share information
– Reviewing the NZSA New Zealand Security Industry Good Practice
– Protecting crowded places from attack – New Zealand’s strategy
– Threats to national security posed by social media
– Mastering the art of profiling – managing indicators of potential offenders
– Cyber attacks on public infrastructure
– Building safer cities through innovative architectural design
– Legal clinic: maintaining public safety within legal parameters
– Emergency services and first responders – engaging with the first line of
– Dealing with disaster – how government and local councils react to tragic
To register please visit the Conferenz website.