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okay well we might get started for those.of you who don't know who I am my name.is Michelle Morgan and I'm the general.manager operations with the security.licensing and enforcement directorate of.the New South Wales Police Force and.today we're actually going to be talking.about the New South Wales security.industry regulation 2016 before we have.a look at the the regulation and the.changes that they made that may impact.on you as a licensee I thought what I.would do is actually go through and just.give an overview of the legislative.framework in New South Wales in terms of.what a regulation is compared to the act.and the way in which they are actually.interact so for any of you who know it's.already it's the perfect opportunity if.you would think Java shall come to the.toilet you can go do that now or grab a.coffee and I'll just take a quick few.minutes so in New South Wales.legislation is either by way of an.statutory act or what's called.subordinate legislation so with an act.it's the primary piece of legislation.and then you have subordinate.legislation which supports that act and.that's made under the subordinate.legislation it which is where a.regulation seats and I like to think of.it in terms of the actors actually the.the bones so it's the thing that holds.everything together whereas the.subordinate legislation or the.regulation are the muscles and sinews.around those bones that enable the bones.to work to be able to move so in terms.of the security industry legislation we.have react and then we have the.regulation which supports that and it.provides more definition about how in.which the Act will work and how it would.be applied.now we're looking at any type of.legislation only particularly in our.cases security industry legislation.another piece of legislation that's.important to consider is the.interpretation Act of 1987 now this.particular act as it's known suggests.the interpretation act allows the other.pieces of legislation to be interpreted.in the same way and what I mean by that.is it defines what particular words mean.in a regulatory environment so for.instance it actually defines what the.woods may and shall mean in a particular.act and as you would know with the.security industry regulation there are.lots of things that our Commissioner.either can use discretion with or must.do now this all comes back to the words.that are defined such as may and shall.or must if it says may it suggests.discretion that means the crown isn't.bound the commissioner can exercise.discretion in the application of that.particular piece of legislation and will.decide about an offense if it says must.or shall the crown is bound what I mean.by that is that the Commissioner must do.that now in terms of security and just.industry legislation sorry that's.particularly important when we look at.things such as disqualifying offenses so.if a person applies for a license and.there's a disqualifying offense and it.says that the Commissioner must actually.refuse an application for from a person.if a certain if they make a certain.criteria for instance they're only 17.years of age they haven't reached 18.years of age there is absolutely no.discretion we must do it so the sled.must refuse that application so bearing.that in mind we're now going to have a.look at the the new security industry.regulation and it actually commenced on.the 1st of September.of this year now with regulations they.are actually easier to mend and under.the subordinate legislation Act they.must be reviewed on a regular basis and.that is at least every five years and.regulations are easier to amendment acts.and they often contain European sections.so one of the things that were looking.at is that this has actually replaced.the old regulations that was last made.in 2007 and what it's done is that.previously repealed causes have been.removed so what this means is that since.2007 as the legislation has been worked.with and particular causes have been.repealed then they have remained in the.regulation but have just got the word.repealed next to that particular course.but the merrymaking of the regulation.and it's starting on the 1st of.September those previously repealed.causes have been able to be removed so.what you may find is that if you were.comparing the 2016 regulation to the.2007 regulation you might think that is.some massive changes they made because.when you look at Clause 12 in 1 and then.you look at cause 12 in the new they're.different it's only simply because all.of the previous that repeal causes have.been removed inside there's been a.shuffling up of the numbering of the.causes so you may find that there isn't.actually a lot of change but different.clauses will have different numbers one.of the things.has been done with this particular.remaking of the legislation is that we.attempted to provide greater clarity to.existing provisions so as a regulatory.body works with a piece of legislation.they may find that there's some.ambiguity around about the way in which.some things are you know prescribed or.or what an offenses and so we need to.provide more clarity so that has.happened in the new regulation also what.has happened is it promotes consistency.so what we mean by that is that phrases.that are used in the security industry.act and now the same phrases used in the.security industry regulation if you've.had dealings with the two pieces of.legislation before you may have found.that you know in one piece it was the.carrying on of security activities which.is using the act was in the regulation.it might have been the carrying out of.security so what we've done is that.we've made that all consistent so when.you read the act in the regulation they.will agree with each other there are.some provisions that have been deleted.and these have been deleted because they.are no longer applicable the nature of.the industry has changed or they may.have been a provision that was included.in the previous regulation that may have.been a good idea at the time and in.terms of applying it to the industry.it's no longer applicable so they have.been deleted and in some cases there.have been two new provisions added so.what I intend to do is go through the.the causes that have been affected where.there is a change whether it's a.deletion or whether it's an addition and.I'll do that by each cause I won't be.looking at causes where there haven't.been any changes because that just seems.a little bit silly and but at the end of.each cause if you do have any questions.that you'd like to ask please feel free.to do so and I'll try and answer them if.it's a.question that requires a you know a lot.more thought all going and looking at.some reference material what I'll do is.I'll take a question on notice I'll take.it back to the office with me and I will.actually provide that the response to.Asia and I will forward it on to you so.if you're ready to go let's have a look.at the first one and the first one is.cos 5 now cos 5 relates to security.activities now while section 4 of the.Act actually defines what carrying on.our security activities such as you know.acting as a bodyguard or acting unison.or capacity section or P allows for any.other activity to be prescribed by the.regulations and this is where it.actually gets prescribed so as the.industry has changed or the legislation.has been a little bit ambiguous this is.where the Commissioner can actually.prescribe any other type of activity and.the first thing that has changed with.this particular cause is that we've.actually removed the provision related.to restricted keys now the term.restricted key was defined as a security.key that is of an approved time and as.was kindly pointed out during a a threat.advisory council meeting.by one of the members who's involved in.locksmithing Association is that no.one's ever really heard of a restricted.key and no one's actually had one that.was approved so there have never been.any accrued types of security keys or.sorry restricted keys and the.Commissioner didn't intend on approving.any so this particular provision was.unnecessary so that has now been removed.in this cause every.to the carrying on of an activity and.this is instead of carrying on of a.service and again this promotes clarity.and consistency the section for the.security industry Act because all in.that particular Act it refers to a.security activity it also prescribes a.security activity as the carrying on of.any other locksmithing activity now.section 12 of the Act provides that a.class 2c license authorizes the holder.to act as a locksmith however section 4.of the Act didn't have a corresponding.security activity.so in Clause 5 we were able to put in a.sub cause of number B which now.prescribes that a security activity is.the carrying on of any other locks.living activity and an important.addition to this clause also is the it.prescribes a security activity is the.carrying on of the activity of offering.to sell install maintain repair and.service and provide advice in.relationship security equipment and.you'll notice here that the words.offering to sell have been included and.this is because although it's currently.an offence for an unlicensed business to.advertise security services to take.enforcement action.the legislation implied that a sale had.actually had to be have been made so the.person had to hand it over their moment.so here it's where the person is.actually offering to sell so if you.think about an unlicensed business the.tenders for a security contract for.instance the contract hasn't been.entered into but it's the fact that.they've actually tendered for that.particular security offer a security.contract is where they're offering so.there will be a change to the act that.we've requested to cover all different.security activities but in course five.it is actually been included here.particularly for us to see licensees.because of them not being prescribed in.Section 4 of the Act.so that's the major change too cause I.did anybody have a question about that.or if you like we can go on and have a.look at the next course okay so the next.clause is Clause 7 and this here is the.meaning of basic household or automotive.security item and it now says an item.ordinarily used for basic household.security and capable of being installed.by the owner or occupier including doors.and grills door and window locks.padlocks portable safes weighing not.more than 50 kilograms or other.electronic or mechanical security items.other than items that are ordinarily.installed maintained or service to file.on behalf of the supplier of young item.now this change has been particularly.made to provide clarity and what it does.is it actually focuses on the.circumstances on which the product is.being sold so previously the definition.required for sight of how particular.purchaser would use a security equipment.to determine whether the sale of the.equipment was captured by the licensing.requirements now now what it does for.this particular definition is it.captures products where a customer can.purchase an item off the shelf and pay.for a virus store cashier now the seller.of equipment that is the store cashier.wouldn't require a security license.because they have no knowledge of what.that person is actually particularly.going to do with it or how it's going to.be installed so if you think about door.locks sold by you know big retailers.such as Bunnings the person who actually.takes the person's money the cash you.does not require a license so by putting.in this particular cause it has now made.it clear that that person isn't captured.by the licensing requirement and so all.those caches can rest easy but they.don't need a license.oh I think we have a question coming.through maybe no okay what we'll move on.to the next Clause cause the lever now.deals with things and sub-clause v says.that the fee other than so much of it.it's as is the processing component of.three that is paid and this is in.connection with an application learners.withdrawn on refuse just to be refunded.to the applicant this change to the.legislation actually provides clarity.and previously the provision relating to.the refunding fees to applicants only.happened where an application is refused.from time to time we get people who.apply for a license and then they wish.to withdraw it maybe it could be that.they hadn't completed the training and.assessment requirements or maybe they.decided that they no longer wish to join.the security industry or a whole written.in a range of reasons they might.withdraw the application and we didn't.have a legislative base on which to.provide them with a partially hundred of.these part so that's what this course.does it now addresses that so they just.slowly learn if a person does withdraw.their application we are able to refund.that portion of the application fees.paid that isn't the processing component.it's a live on if anyone has any.questions no okay we'll move on to a.next course which is course 12 now.course 12 deals with information in.particular supporting license.application and it relates particularly.to section 14 to be of the security.industry act this does relate to only to.class 1 and class 2 licenses and it's a.new provision that provides clarity.no infection 15 of the acted states that.an application must be refused if the.Commissioner is not satisfied that the.applicant has undertaken and completed.the requisite training assessment and.instruction for the class sought however.it was not specifically stated that how.that person would provide that evidence.so even though the person was provided.or the applicant was required to provide.evidence of their competencies and.experience they didn't have to actually.provide evidence of their completion of.the requisite training and assessment so.think of this as a person not only.providing a copy of their actual.certificate but they're now required.also to provide a copy of their academic.record or or the transcript that shows.what units they undertook and what the.results were that worked and so this is.again this Clause is purely for clarity.and it's to remind applicants that of.the documentation that they need to.provide with their application but again.just as we know providing a copy of the.qualification this evidence of their.completion at the requisite training and.assessment can be lodged separately.within 42 days of them actually lodging.an application for their class 1 will.constitute licensed folks the only.change to cost 12 if there are any.particular questions ok we'll move on.but I caused 13 of course they're doing.relates to the grounds for refusals to.grant a license and in particular in.relation to section 15 4 is the security.industry act and this is mandatory.grounds for refusal of an individual.master license and it relates and that.now specifies that the winding up of the.corporation was by way of the members.voluntary winding up.now the ground through fusil to grant a.license actually stipulates that where.an applicant for an individual master.license or a close associate of the.applicant has at any time within the.three years immediately preceding the.application was an undischarged bankrupt.or concerned in the management of the.corporation when the corporation was the.subject of a winding up order or.controller or a minister appointed now.previously the Commissioner had to in.review so it was a muster there was no.discretion had to refuse the application.unless the winding up of the corporation.was voluntary or the Commissioner was.satisfied that the persons were always.libel steps to avoid the liquidation or.administration now what we found is that.there are actually two types that are.voluntary winding up and the first is.what's called a members voluntary.winding up and this is actually a.solvent winding up so you might find.that there's a company it might be a.small family company and it's no longer.trading hasn't changed quite a while it.doesn't know any money and the people.who are the directors just no longer.won't be named associated with a company.or you know have to go through whatever.corporations law requires in return in.terms of you know filling out returns or.or you know lodging documents and they.just want to literally close down the.company and wind it up so this is a.members voluntary winding up but there's.also a creditors voluntary winding up.and this is where the company is.insolvent and the creditors seeking to.to voluntarily wind it up so now it.quite clear that in terms of grounds for.refusal to grant a license the grounds.where the Commissioner doesn't have to.refuse the application is only in.relation to the mining of the.corporation when it's by way of a.lenders voluntary winding up so again.this is a measure to not disadvantage.anyone who isn't trying to for instance.you and it do if anything of the company.now course 13 also in terms of the.grounds of refuses to grant the license.in emulation to bankruptcy the notional.administration says that in determining.the reasonable steps that could be taken.by a person to avoid bankruptcy.liquidation or administration the.Commissioner had mr. happy to regard to.the steps that could have been taken by.the person at the time that the.financial difficulties leading to the.bankruptcy liquidation or administration.Rose now again this provision as being.included to provide clarity because it.clearly states the Commissioner can take.into account what steps could have been.taken to avoid all the bankruptcy.liquidation or administration now from.time to time we've had situations where.licenses have been involved in this type.of fun and then where that okay they did.take steps to to avoid it but they.didn't take the steps until the very.last minute so we've had the case there.was a fellow for instance had a marriage.breakup and he did everything he could.to avoid being sent bankrupt he sold all.of his goods he sold his house he sold.everything that he literally owned but.there was still money owing and he was.forced into bankruptcy now that's quite.different to the person who is facing.bankruptcy liquidation or administration.and they do nothing you know the the.fellow might still have in Co six.Ferraris and they've all been sitting in.the guards he's done nothing to sell.them to try and avoid it but it's gone.right up to the line and then as he gets.forced into it start selling that off.that means he didn't take the reasonable.steps that could have been it taken and.if he'd taken that action earlier he may.have avoided the bankruptcy liquidation.or administration so now the.Commissioner can take all that into.account.also in relation to grounds for refuses.to grant the license in relating to.section 15 4 of the Act there's also now.a discretionary grounds for refusal this.is actually a new provision and as you.can see there it's for the purpose of.section 15 4 of the Act the Commissioner.may may refuse to grant an application.for a license if the applicant or a.close associate of the applicant has.within the period of 3 s before the.application of the license was known.contravened any provision of the Act or.the regulations under the Act.whether or not the applicant or close.associate of the applicant has been.convicted of an offense in relation to.the contravention now this is a near.provision previously there was a.provision relating to mandatory grounds.for refusal of a master license on the.basis of offenses and payment of penalty.notices under the Act and if an.applicant for a license have committed a.total of at least three offenses during.any period of two years the application.had to be refused.so is that solutely no discretion and.this was commonly referred to as the.three strikes rule you might recall that.name and it was actually established.before the conversely commenced its.compliance and enforcement activities.and as the this league did commenced its.compliance and enforcement activities it.found that the old provision wasn't.quite fair because in acts you really.had potential to operate unfairly in.that you know a single audit of a master.licensee for example could we result in.a mandatory revocation of the license.and as I explained before in terms of.mandatory there is absolutely no.discretion the Commissioner must refused.to grant the application and where the.Commissioner must refuse to grant an.application then an existing license.must also been wrote.so this particular provision it makes it.much fairer because the the sleep will.be able to exercise the discretion and.applications you know may be refused or.licenses revoked only in situations.where offenses are in a serious or if.there's systemic non-compliance so that.they're the changes to to cause the.attain everything else in course.thirteen relating to the grounds for.refusal to grant a license remain the.same were there any questions being.relating to that grounds okay well okay.cause fourteen this relates references.to close associates in relation.particularly to section 15 5 of the Act.now 15 5 of the Act stipulates that the.purposes that section a reference to an.applicant in section 15 1 C 2 F of the.Act does not include a reference to a.close associate of the applicant now.section 15 of the Act refers to general.suitability criteria for the granting of.a license and 15 1 C 2 F there relates.to competence using experience approved.by the Commissioner person having.undertaken required training assessment.and instruction but being competent to.carry on the security activity and being.an Australian citizen or permanent.Australian resident or holding a visa.that gives them work rights in Australia.other than a student visa or would-be.holiday those are now who said that yeah.the government can't exercise common.sense that's exactly what this.particular provision is it's a.common-sense provision because we found.that it was unnecessary.for all close associates to have to meet.that general suitability criteria so now.the purposes of that part of the Act it.doesn't include a reference to a close.associate of the applicant and if you.think of the big you know there's multi.corporations or a corporation that has.multiple directors and some of them are.located overseas they may not have.Australian work rights and we wouldn't.expect them to become you know a.permanent resident of Australia.Australian citizen for the purposes of.the Act to be able to obtain the license.so this particular causes oh of course.that in I think it's about their common.sense so that's the only change to cause.fourteen were there any questions okay.quite a bunch all right well live long.let's have a look at Clause 15 now cos.15 relates to offenses and civil.penalties that disqualify applicants now.if it disqualifies it means that they.can not apply or they're not eligible.for a license so again these aren't.mandatory the there are two parts to cos.15 that have been affected and the first.one is offences relating to prohibited.drugs etc now here in now states that an.offence in respect of a psychoactive.substance prohibited plant or prohibited.drug within the meaning of the drug.misuse and chutney act 1985 or a.prescribed restricted substance within.the meaning of the poisons and.therapeutic goods regulation 2008 in.respect to which the penalty imposed.includes any term of imprisonment.whether or not suspended but good.behavior bond a community service order.or a penalty of $500 or more so you can.see from that particular cause that what.has been added is the psychoactive.substance.it's now been included - as well as.prohibited plant or Gruber - drunk which.or any existent and a psychoactive.substance is a chemical substance that.changes brain function and results in.alterations in perception mood or.consciousness and the other part - the.cause which has been changed is in.respect of which penalty imposed.includes any term of imprisonment.whether or not suspended.the good behavior bond a community.service order or penalty of $500 or more.now previously is only included any term.of imprisonment or a penalty of $500 or.more so it's been extended to include.other sentencing options such as good.behavior bonds and community service.orders and cases where the term of.imprisonment has actually been suspended.and in some cases these are the.sentencing options clean pack 2 it will.be more serious than a fine.so the offense that had relating to.prohibited drugs has been extended in.terms of its actual definition and the.other part of that clause that has also.been changed it's relating to offenses.involving assault so now it reads an.offense in respect to which the penalty.imposed includes any term of.imprisonment whether or not it's.suspended a good behavior bond a.community service order or a penalty of.$200 or more so previously it only could.included any term of imprisonment or a.penalty of $200 or more again it's been.extended to include other sentencing.options and again they can often be more.serious than a fine so they're never.changes to that particular cause if.anyone has any questions ok let's have a.look at the next one this next cause.relates to the voluntary surrender of.the license and it says that a licensee.may voluntarily surrender a license by.delivering to the Commissioner a police.officer or other approved person the.license together with the notice in.writing indicating the person's.intention to cease to be a licensee now.previously there wasn't any provision.for the surrender of the license so this.is a new provision and from time to time.we do get people who during the court.term of their license that decided that.they would like to lead the industry no.longer required a license and instead of.just leaning in in a drawer.and hiding it away somewhere they want.to actually surrender it well.unfortunately legislation didn't have a.provision could surrender that license.or now it does so for anyone who's.continuing surrendering the license is.the way which she can do it and where it.says that the the person has to provide.the license together with a notice in.writing indicating their intention to.cease being a licensee that notice in.writing can simply be an email or a.letter just saying that you no longer.wish to be a licensee as of a particular.date.he's my license I'm surrendering them.and then their licensing records of.course would be marked accordingly and.that the license would shows they at.non-current on the bucket register any.questions relating to that particular.pollution the next course that we'll.have a look at course 28 this is the.requirement to display a license number.this cause is pretty much the same as as.it was previously however there have.been a couple of additions to it and the.first one is that it now includes Dessel.we've had representations from people.who have indicated that they are going.to start commenced doing marine security.patrol services now this was weren't.included in the previous regulation it.was only vehicles so now it's a vessel.or vehicle that's Internet and the other.change to this provision are letters and.numbers must be sent Sarah thought or.otherwise the clearly legible and when.the the regulation was first drafted and.comments were invited from anyone who.wished to sorry I'm just reading a.comment and yes that's quite funny but.when made for me right off.so when submissions were actually called.for somebody didn't indicate that the.legislation said that the letters and.numbers had to be an Arial font and.calmly pointed out the aerial was.actually part of the sans-serif font.group so what we've done is we've.actually extended that and providing.it's in the San serif font group or.otherwise clearly legible the you can.use a whole variety of fonts neither a.few examples ones that you can use Arial.century gothic.Calibri Tahoma noir Vatican and vadhana.so you've now got ton the opportunity to.make you sign a far more attractive and.interesting so any questions relating to.that particular requirement to display.license number and like again I would.just like to re-emphasize that this is.just what has been added but we're.looking at so any of the existing.provisions that were in the cause they.still apply.okay the next clause that we'll look at.is the course 32 and this relates to.records required to be kept by master.licensees this of course is primarily.the same but there has been an addition.so there is now a sub Clause 1a and it's.the registration number of any vehicle.used in connection with the carrying on.of security activities so all the the.previous requirements such as location.date and time name and number of.licensees they all still exist it's just.that there is a new requirement where if.a vehicle is then used then the.registration of the number also needs to.be to be used.the comments there must be an incentive.yeah our understanding of San serif is.actually a style a a particular group I.think that the comment there there from.Cameron you I think you're indicating.that we're actually missing the word a.so if you thinking that it should have.read in a sans serif font this is.relating to the previous correct okay.that's one thing I've taken out of that.and I will take it back all right thank.you very much for that what we might do.is might just go back to that particular.clause what I'll do with that is that I.will take it back to the office to have.a look at it I will take those notes.back to the office a lot about a bit.close up but like I said the one good.thing about a regulation if it does need.amending it's far easier to amend the.regulation than an act and we could get.that done to make sure that it isn't.ambiguous for anyone okay that's 28 so.if we're going back to 32 the.requirement varies for the registration.number of the vehicle to to be recorded.in relation to everything else it must.be recorded so were there any questions.remaining 232.all right.33 this relates to where copies of.licenses are to be kept and it's a.condition of a master license that the.licensing oh sorry.alright so we'll just go back to that.previous course Michael is asked there.in relation to vehicle records are you.referring to company registered vehicles.only.no it's any vehicle that is used in.connection that they're carrying on of.security activities so if if it's being.used I'm asked to licensee then the.registration number must be recorded.Michael in relation to that question.I'll actually take that on notice and I.will take it back to the office and I.will get you a response to that with any.of those types of questions that do need.a bit more consideration or where a.particular position is being sought what.I'll do is I will take them back to the.office I think I mentioned earlier and.then we will actually provide the.information to AZ or who will provide it.on to its members good question so with.33 so were there any more questions.relating to 32 no I I can but if the.cost thirty three copies of licenses.okay camera.also raised the issue about consultants.using private vehicles I'll get a.response on that one also looks like.we've got another comment your question.coming through so I'll just wait for.that before we move on to course 33 all.right oh okay where they are not belong.master license holder and the master.licensee does not provide the vehicle.yeah I will like I said I'll take that.back and I'll get a response for you but.close 33 copies of licenses it's a.condition of emasculation so that.license they keep a copy of the master.license at any premises of which the.holder is providing three or more plus.one licenses at any one time to carry on.security activities other than mobile.patrol and cash in transit security.activities now master license has.already had requirements to pepper a.copy of their master license at any.place of business at which the master.licensees records are kept.other than the holders principal place.of business and that any premises at.which the holder provides class one.licensees to carry on security.activities on an account basis and this.is other than mobile patrol and caching.transit services this is an additional.requirement that actually captures.events and festivals like splendour in.the grass so it's not something that's.happening on on what could be termed a.recurrent basis but there are a.significant number of licenses being.provided so we this particular provision.it.capture those types of other means so it.is in addition to places where copies of.licenses must be held no instead of were.there any questions or comments in the.ocean to that one it's nice to see.people type of slow as I do let's have a.look at cause 34 now this relates to.incident registers and again the changes.to the incident register.include some additional prescribed.incidences to be recorded in an instant.in a incident register so while the.majority of particulars to be recorded.have actually remained the same these.ones here B and E have been clarified so.in relation to a class 1 C licensee the.licensee ejects a person from or directs.a person to leave the place at which.they like security activity is being.carried on now with this one we found.with stakeholders the of a few different.views on what a jex actually meant so.some people had the view data Jack's may.not necessarily include a verbal.direction to leave so with this.particular course it has been clarified.to include all directs a person to leave.in addition to the licensee objects a.person and as you can see there in some.policy in relation to the class one a.licensee previously it was where the.licensee discharges a firearm or now.it's been clarified that unless the.firearm is discharged in the course of.training assessment or instruction you.wouldn't be required to you caught in an.incident register every time a firearm.was discharged when it was only.discharged in the course of training and.assessment.just go back to the previous calls there.in relational copies of licenses there's.a question so you must keep the copy of.the master license of any premises where.security activity is being carried out.well again it's going back to what the.the previous Clause said is that they.have to keep a copy of their master.license at any place of business at.which the master Lee master licenses.records are kept other than their.principal place of business so and at.any premises where they provide current.pass by licensees to current security.activities on an account basis and at.any premises at which they're providing.three or more class one licensees at any.one time to carry on security activities.okay so there are some questions there.about subcontracting and we've we'd be.required to keep a copy of a license.again because these questions are coming.through now you know reasonably quick.and I'm mindful of their time is that.I'll take those back to the office with.me and I will provide that information.to you at vibration so spoke about cos.34 in terms of other things to be.recorded in the incident we just said.we've been and actually being clarified.so it's including directs person to lead.and it's actually.excluding merit of firearms is charged.in the course of training or assessment.looks like I might have a question in.relation to this one.okay the next cause that we'll have a.look at these sign-on registers.now these sign-on registers they don't.apply to oh sorry.the I think that you guys can see those.those comments as well on the side there.again what I'll do is at the end of the.presentation and that I will actually.have a copy of all of these and in.relation to the questions that have been.raised in the comments I will provide.clarification all right in terms of sign.on registers now again I think I've.already said they don't apply to mobile.patrol and cash-in-transit security.activities but when they sign on.register that the register must record.the class one licensees name signature.and license number the time at which.they commenced on that particular day.the time on which they ceased where and.it could be the same day or the.following day and any other particulars.of the burn required by the Commissioner.whichever played on the sled website now.with this particular course what there.has been here is clarification so if a.master license he provides class on.licenses of the particular premises on.the return ASIS the sign on register.must be kept at those premises and if.it's three or more classified licensees.are the particular premises assigned on.register must be kept at those premises.so again the recurrent it happens more.than once on a regular basis but also.part to do is to capture those events.like festivals such as splendour in the.grass.yes does this refer to three guards at.any time as the question being asked by.Jonathon ease oh I again I'll get.clarification on that but I believe it's.three guards at the same time so if.you've only got you know one guard it.wouldn't apply not yes.if the hold of a mask I subscribed 3 or.more class 1 licensees in any one time.now the important thing would pass.Clause 35 2 in relation to to sign on.registers is that it's actually been.spelled out that it is the.responsibility of the class 1 licensee.to complete entries in a sign on.register so it is a condition of the.class 1 licensees license that they.complete the sign on register in the.prescribed manner so that is you know.their name their signature their license.number and the date and time and then.it's the responsibility of the master.licensee to ensure sign on register is.available and at reasonable steps have.been taken to ensure the class 1.licensee completes the entries in the.prescribed manner so what we found was.is there was a possibility of a master.licensee being found guilty of an.offense where it was their actual class.1 licensee who had failed to to complete.the register and this was considered to.be unfair so it is the operative the.class 1 licensees responsibility and.it's a condition of their license to.complete the entries of in a sign on.register by the lessee responsibility of.the master licensee to make that sign.register available and that reasonable.steps have been taken now what this.means is that you know when you engage a.class one licensee you may have an.induction program that you explain to.them that it's their responsibility to.complete the sign on register that you.explain where the sewing on register is.located and that that they fill that out.in accordance with the requirements so.master licensees will actually only be.accountable for systemic non-compliance.by their security operatives because.that would suggest that they haven't.taken reasonable steps they haven't told.the people that you know it's it's part.of their contract that they actually.complete the sign on register or that.the person knows that they have to.complete it or or knows where their DS.we've had a questionnaire about it being.an electronic and/or online register.again that's something that I'll get.done clarified and get angel to provide.the information through to to its.members now in terms of clause 36 which.relates to vehicles used if occasion.changed activities this has been amended.slightly and one of the the provisions.under these clauses that any vehicle.used in connection with cash-in-transit.activities must be equipped with a.hands-free mobile telephone so.previously the provision did state that.it was must be equipped with a mobile.telephone.now it's stated that it must be a.hands-free mobile telephone there isn't.any other changes to this particular.course and of course the provision of a.hands-free mobile telephone is to.promote some safety primarily.another provision that has been included.or it's a number a number 31 of the.exempt person so all of the exam persons.remained the same but 31 has been added.and this states that a person who.persons who provide another person to.carry out security activities in respect.of which that other person is exempt.from the operation of the act but only.in relation to providing those other.persons to carry out security activities.in respect at which the other person is.exempt so this goes if you think about.an example of a cashier at a retail.store selling in the door lock which was.considered to be a basic household item.so they're not required to have a.license to actually sell whet that door.locks then their employer should also be.exempt from holding a master license.because the person is exempt from the.licensing requirements but again it's.only in relation to providing those.persons to carry out the security.activities in which the other person's.exempt so if that cash she was doing.other work if they were patrolling and.doing work that would be considered a.security activity for instance of an.unarmed guard or a class 1-a then.exemption doesn't apply but this is.really a common-sense exemption.yeah so if the person being provided.doesn't require a license then it's it.to be for the person providing that.person to be required time for license.now there's a couple of miscellaneous.inclusions that are that have happened.in the in the regulation too or they may.be interested in the first thing there's.been no increase for application or in.your face it is the regulation but.stipulates actually you know what the.fees are whereas the access that will.charge a fee the regulation says what.those fees will be no increases for.application or in your case there is an.increase for visitor permits and these.are the permits allow interstate.security firms to provide security.activities at a special event and.they're usually close to a border so if.you think of something like the.Dominican you must not they can actually.apply for a permit and for that.particular event to come in and provide.the security activities and at the time.the previously the permit was a hundred.dollars and that was regardless of the.number of days that the event went for.or the number of security operatives.actually provided so the regulation has.brought that in line now the temporary.access provision of services permit and.the new fees or $100 per day sorry one.hundred and fifty dollars per day or.partly lock so that brings it in line.with the same cost as Oh tips permit and.forth um penalties and some for some.offenses and there's only a few of them.there has been increased penalties.relating to uniforms and vehicle.markings and the only reason that.penalties have been increased is to.provide consistency with the penalties.for other offenses that are continuing.to be similarly in terms of seriousness.so they're the the miscellaneous ones.that can come up yeah.as I said earlier with the the.regulation all of those previous clauses.that had been repealed have been taken.out so there has been kind of like a.shuffling up at the numbers so if you.are used to using a particular version.of the security industry regulation of.2007 I suggest that you throw it out.especially if it's a paper-based one and.to look only at the security regulation.for 2016 because there will be a.difference in course numbers also that.you may notice that there are other.things there being changed.purely for consistency and this is where.like you know names of government.organizations or departments or pieces.of legislation that have been updated.and either you know changed with your.name like Sydney trains instead of state.Rail Authority and those types of things.that's all been updated to so if you.look through the regulation you may.notice that there will be changes like.those but they are purely cosmetic now.if you do have any you know further.inquiries that you would like to make.regarding the security industry.regulation or anything else to do in the.security industry in in general there.are contact points that you can use our.telephone number which is the one 336 to.double zero one by facsimile one 336 to.zero double six all by email which is.read at police dot in SW Gulf dot a you.now if you would like a copy of the.security industry regulation 2006 you.can access that through our website.which I hope up there but it is the.what's led website in terms of.www.plenous.com.flash misleading but if you do.particularly you know what a a copy will.be able to access a copy and encounter.through the website and by all means if.you send us an email we can send you a.link so that's it from me yes Paul is.just asked in this PowerPoint be emailed.out and yes we can organize that and.that will be organized through Asia.which was kind enough to to organize.this webinar to inform its members of.the security industry regulation 2006 so.what we'll do is we'll give it another.out to you and it will come with some.notes again you know I'll take all of.the questions and comments that have.been raised earlier and we'll 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