“This poem was written for my brothers and sisters globally in the security workforce” – Scott Taylor. Thank you for the updated version, Scott. We are so grateful for everything our security officers do on a day-to-day basis.
In this state of emergency and pandemic situation, timely notification of potential workplace transmission of COVID‑19 is critical for efficient and effective management of related health and safety risks, and the prompt investigation of potential breaches of employer duties.
Effective, efficient and tailor-made retail security management plans are required for shopping centres, to ensure the safety of patrons, store employees, management staff, and physical assets within their premises.
What is Risk Assessment? The process of identifying possible hazards and threats to the establishment and their level of vulnerability to threats.
The risks are assessed by measuring the levels of threat and vulnerability individually. When neither of the two is present, chances of risk would be thin. To ensure zero risks, security management plans are devised to reduce threats and decrease the establishment’s vulnerabilities.
Southern Cross Group offer comprehensive Traffic Control services 24/7.
Southern Cross Group’s proven experience in analysis, planning and implementation of traffic control services provide solutions for our clients. Our traffic control services are fully accredited and are available all year round.
We work with road authorities, councils, commercial, construction, industrial, retail and entertainment/event clients to develop critical management plans for controlled traffic requirements. Smooth passage flow and safety of motorists and pedestrians, minimizing public hazards and maximising operational efficiency is paramount.
Jennifer Spratling (Kippa Ring CM – QIC) presenting Tom Fonoti with an Appreciation Award in recognition of “Provision of CPR and saving a life following a critical incident at Kippa Ring Shopping Centre”.
Shopping centres are active and wonderful environments designed for the enjoyment of all visitors and tenants. Providing a welcoming and safe environment is paramount. Centre Management face challenges daily, in particularly with security due to a large amount of people gathering in these shopping precincts.
Various challenges ranging from crime to liability issues must be taken into consideration when planning and designing an effective security management strategy. A key part of the strategy is to utilise an experienced retail security solutions company who will work with Centre Management to fully anticipate customer and tenant needs and provide a safe and secure environment for all.
World Children’s Day (A day for children, by children) marks the anniversary of the Convention on the Right of the Child.
UNICEF Australia conducted an event celebrating the day, where UNICEF Ambassadors, Artist Ken Done AM, MasterChef Winner Adam Liaw and children’s music group The Wiggles conducted events on their respective parts by encouraging a range of ‘takeovers’.
The day was a fun day with a serious message and Southern Cross Group was a part of the event. Needless to say, everyone was in their puddle-wonderful days.
Taking into account the increase in crime and burglaries, the need for security guards and systems has become essential to safeguard businesses, commercial premises and our homes. However choosing the right type of security system is a difficult decision to make. The choice of security systems over security guards depends on the scenario and requires an understanding of why your business needs a security system.
CCTV security or Video Surveillance Systems are one of the most cost-effective ways to provide security to a business or workplace. With the advanced technology of surveillance systems, businesses and assets can be monitored seamlessly and continuously to protect from all types of hazards and disasters. As CCTV cameras are relatively inexpensive and reliable, they are often preferred over physical security guards, or in some cases in addition to.
Southern Cross Group received the naming rights for a horse race at Sydney’s Royal Randwick Racecourse through City Tattersalls Club, on their Cup Day.
CEO Sam Johnson, Archie Petsas (Head of People and Culture) and Sean Crowe-Maxwell (Head of Sales and Marketing) partook in the event. Also in attendance were business partners Tony Chiefari of Featherdale Wildlife Park, Paul Breen and Kieran from Productivity Bootcamp in Construction.
Being a major sponsor of the City Tattersalls Club Cup Day, we had the privilege of getting acquainted with few notable individuals and a wide range of exposure through our branding.