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May
2018

Communicating and Consulting About Risk

With an updated ISO 31000:2018 Risk Management Standard, it is timely to remind practitioners about Handbook 327:2010 Communicating and Consulting About Risk. This publication is a companion to 31000:2018 and uses academic research and practical experience to facilitate the “communicate and consult” component of risk management.

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15

May
2018

Work-Related Violence Breakfast

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Mr Jim Snipe, lead trainer in Clinical Aggression and Violence at Alfred Health presented to ASIS members and non-members on the growing impacts of work-related violence.

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13

Mar
2018

New Laws on Privacy and Cyber Threats

New Laws came into effect in Feb 2018 for Mandatory Data Breach Reporting under the “Notifiable Date Breach scheme”. These laws will impact many organisations, imposing an obligation to notify the Privacy Commissioner and affected Individuals of these breaches. If they fail to protect their customers information correctly, the company will be exposed to large fines and penalties.

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23

Feb
2018

Training Submission by ASIS Vic Chapter

Pre-licensing and further training submissions for the industry closed today. Your Chapter has raised concerns about the length of training and impact it will have on future candidates for security. Below is a succinct overview of the submission.

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13

Feb
2018

Crime down but more in prison

Crime rates in Victoria are down, but prisoner numbers are up, according to two recent reports. Figures released last week by the Australian Bureau of Statistics suggest that crime rates are down by 3 per cent in Victoria, and 1 per cent across Australia as reported by the Law Institute of Victoria.

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