Congratulations to our awards winner
Each year the security industry unites for the Australian Security Industry Awards for Excellence, the Outstanding Security Performance Awards (OSPAs) and the Australian Security Medals Foundation Awards (ASMF) – all hosted by the Australian Security Industry Association Limited (ASIAL). The awards provide opportunity to recognise and celebrate outstanding performance and acts of bravery.
This year the awards night was held on Wednesday 19th October at Doltone House, Hyde Park, Sydney. Glad Group were very proud to have several of our people nominated and receive an award.
The OSPAs Awards recognise excellence, achievement, contribution, and innovation within the Australian security industry. The award criteria are based on extensive research focusing on key factors that contribute to and demonstrate outstanding performance.
The OPSAs have several different award categories and this year we would like to congratulate our below finalists:
Cameron Stuart – Outstanding Contract Security Manager/Director – WINNER
Cameron oversees security operations through the development of strategies, processes, and procedures to support security teams across the Glad Group Services portfolio (NSW) to successfully care for retail and commercial workplace communities. His professionalism and care were highly recognised as he won the Award in this category. On behalf of Glad Group, we want to congratulate Cameron and thank him for his dedication.
Ravi Paliwal – Outstanding In-House Security Manager – FINALIST
Ravi oversees the security operations at 1 Denison Street, North Sydney which is an A-grade building occupied with premium customers such as NEC, Microsoft, SAP, Luxottica, Datacom and Redhat. Even though Ravi didn’t take the award home, his nomination was a great achievement, and we could not be prouder.
Recipients of the ASMF St John Save a Life Award
We are proud to announce the following security officers are recipients of the St John ‘Save a Life’ Award which acknowledges security officers who have assisted a casualty whilst awaiting medical assistance through the application of first aid.
We would like to congratulate:
- Abraham El Ali and Ibrahim Hammoud from Westfield Burwood – both were instrumental in providing CPR, stabilising an elderly gentleman until paramedics arrived.
- Benjamin Cole, Graeme Butler, and Harjinder Singh from Westfield Mt Druitt: All responding to code Blue Alpha critical situations.
- Andrew Hay and Ian Symonds from Lake Haven Centre, who worked together to resuscitate a customer.
Congratulations to all that were involved!