DEVELOPING THE SECURITY MANAGEMENT PLAN
Once we have the information from point 1,2 &3, we can then start to understand the complexities of the local community and work with our client to best address this.
One of the key fundamentals of our plan is the induction and training of our staff. For example, if we identified there was an epidemic of ice use in the local aboriginal community, then we would have a training package put together on our online Induction, Communication and Training platforms, for our staff on how to identify drug users and ways to handle this situation. We would also have a list of community specialist to assist when and if necessary.
This would also tie in with the overall Security Management plan to ensure we provide the utmost best possible service to you, the client.For Lima One, our success in Regional and Remote Australia has its challenges. It is important that the changes don’t happen overnight and take 3-6 months (depending on training new staff) to achieve the desired outcome. However, more often than not, if we follow our principles surrounding service delivery, we will succeed in achieving the overall objectives for you.