Aviation Security

With increasing passenger numbers, new regulations and ever-evolving threats, airports are constantly challenged to maintain operational efficiency whilst striving to improve security effectiveness.

Since 2002, the Fusion executive team has been at the cutting edge of aviation safety and security. Our extensive airside and landside experience ensures our services are aligned with government regulations, and provide a safe, secure and streamlined operational environment that protects your people against “acts of unlawful interference”.

We can assist our clients in developing their Transport Security program, and ensure our Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) complement the Aviation Security Act 2004 and Aviation Transport Security Regulations 2005. Our focus is on providing an industry-leading service to ensure the safe passage of 59 million domestic and 38 million international passengers every year.

With Australia’s changing security environment and our clients experiencing more complex security challenges, Fusion has developed our exclusive Tier 1, Tier 2 and SBDO staff training programs. Our level of service ensures our clients can operate in an environment of trust, confidence and safety at all times.

 

Our services are compliant with all relevant Australian Standards, including:

  • AS4421:2011 Guard and Patrol Security Services
  • Aviation Security Act 2004
  • Aviation Transport Security Regulations 2005
  • AS31000:2009 Risk Management Principles and Guidelines
  • Work Health & Safety Act
  • 1-2006 Closed Circuit Television (CCTV)
  • AS2201 Intruder Alarm Systems
  • AS3745:2010 Planning for Emergencies in Facilities
  • AS5050:2010 Business Continuity

Our range of Aviation Security services includes:

  • 24/7 Tier 1 and 2 Static and Mobile Guard Services
  • Site Surveys and Risk Assessments
  • Executive and Close Personal Protection
  • Screening and Search Services
  • Explosive Trace Detection (ETD)
  • Explosive Detection Dogs (EDD)
  • Safety and Behavioural Detection Officers (SBDO)
  • Fitness For Work Screening
  • Asset and Critical Infrastructure Protection
  • Protest and Dissent Management
  • Lawful Advocacy or Industrial Action Management
  • Gate House Operations
  • Control Room CCTV and Alarm Monitoring
  • Visitor Processing and Escort
  • Alarm Response
  • Workplace Health & Safety Management Plan
  • Monitoring of Stand Off Technology Systems
  • Emergency Response Asset Co-ordination
  • Travel Risk Assessments
  • Crisis Management Training
  • Surveillance and Investigations
  • Journey Management Tracking
  • First Aid Training and Medical Support
  • Workplace and Event Safety Training Programs
  • Traffic Control and Parking Management
  • Business Continuity Planning

 

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