WHAT IS SEAL2020 ?

SEAL 2020 will bring together leading security stakeholders from the Australian security ecosystem to explore:

Venue Security

Ensuring operational continuity of venues, events and facilities

Safe Cities and Communities

Building safe and resilient cities and communities

Tech Talk

Strengthening public safety and security through technology

WHO SHOULD ATTEND SEAL 2020?

  • Security
  • Safety
  • Resilience
  • Emergency
  • Operations
  • Integrity
  • Planning
  • Incident Response
  • Surveillance

PROGRAM

See the full agenda below:

08:50

Opening remarks from the Chair

INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDY
09:00

Exclusive insight into the Orlando pulse night club mass shooting: immediate interagency response during a crisis event

Deputy Chief Eric D. Smith

Investigative Services Bureau, High Risk Incident Commander

Orlando Police Department (USA)

INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDY
09:30

Case Study: Effective command and control during crisis – the Gatwick drone incident

Lucy McAuliffe

Head of Passenger Security

Gatwick Airport (UK)

10:00

Safe first, smart second

Joshua Sattler

General Manager

Innovation, Growth & Development Services City of Darwin

INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION
10:30

Maximising security and safety stakeholder engagement

Darren Horne

Senior Manager Security & Safety

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

Mal Abley

Physical Security Manager

University of Melbourne

David Defrancesco

Head of Security Operations

Metro Trains Melbourne

John Galea

Head of Emergency Management Security and Safety

Marvel Stadium

11:10

Morning Break

Steam A – Venue Security
11:40

Maximising real time emergency incident response capabilities

Nicola Drummy

Precinct Operations Manager

Melbourne and Olympic Parks

Stream B – Safe Cities and Communities
11:40

Optimising your current CCTV system with Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology

Larry Waite

Community Safety and Innovation Manager

Ipswich City Council

Stream C – Tech Talk
11:40

Analysing how human factors and technology are even more critical since Christchurch

Sir Kenneth McKenzie

Head of Security, Health and Safety

Auckland War Memorial Museum (NZ)

Steam A – Venue Security
12:10

Developing layered security methods for open air events

Tomás Finnerty

Manager Venue Development, Major and Special Events

Sydney Botanic Gardens and Centennial Parklands

Stream B – Safe Cities and Communities
12:10

Developing a safety camera program that addresses the unique challenges of the community

Wayne Braysford

CCTV Technical Officer

Logan City Council

Stream C – Tech Talk
12:10

Smart Security Screening to improve customer experience

Lucy McAuliffe

Head of Passenger Security

Gatwick Airport (UK)

Steam A – Venue Security
12:40

Security risk management – using risk management to control security threats and opportunities

Lee Ross

Risk and Safety Manager

Tennis Australia

Stream B – Safe Cities and Communities
13:10

Security Solutions Activation – CCTV and Video Surveillance

13:20

Networking Lunch
SEAL TANK

Vote for your favorite security technology – winner will receive a face-to-face time with the VIPs of the security industry

Steam A – Venue Security
14:30

Maximising contractor and sub-contractor security integrity

Lee Ross

Risk and Safety Manager

Tennis Australia

Ross La Rosa

Venue & Event Operations Manager

Melbourne Showgrounds

Mal Abley

Physical Security Manager

University of Melbourne

Octo Moniz

Emergency Management and Fire Safety Coordinator

WA Health

Nicola Drummy

Precinct Operations Manager

Melbourne and Olympic Parks

Stream B – Safe Cities and Communities
14:30

Working with event owners to provide an enjoyable and safe experience for eventgoers

Terry Karamaloudis

Manager Tourism and Major Events

City of Greater Bendigo

Steam A – Venue Security
14:50

Analysing methodologies for meaningful engagement with key stakeholders

Darren Horne

Senior Manager Security & Safety

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

Stream B – Safe Cities and Communities
14:50

Council-owned events: Executing comprehensive and thoughtful duty of care practices to minimise risk

Wendy Hrynyszyn

Senior Event Officer

Latrobe City Council

Steam A – Venue Security
15:20

Building a strong security culture among staff

Ross Judd

Security Manager

St Vincent's Hospital

Danielle Austin

Incident Response and Disaster Manager

St Vincent's Hospital

Stream B – Safe Cities and Communities
15:50

Security Solutions Activation – Access control

16:00

Tea Break

16:30

Hostile vehicle mitigation: Integrating re-deployable hostile vehicle defence in your strategy

Shane Brady

Manager, Strategic Security

Department of Premier and Cabinet NSW

17:00

Detecting security incidents more efficiently

Ellen King

Manager Emergency Response & Security

Air New Zealand (NZ)

17:30

End of Day 1 & Networking Drinks

08:50

Opening remarks from the Chair

INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDY
09:00

The Las Vegas festival shooting incident: lessons learned for city and security stakeholders

Stephanie Ward

Detective

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (USA)

CASE STUDY
09:30

City of Perth’s strategy and actions to provide a safe and activated city

Konrad Seidl

Alliance Manager, Community Safety and Amenity

City of Perth

INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION
10:30

Enhancing resilience and quality of Life in cities and communities

Danielle Austin

Incident Response and Disaster Manager

St Vincent's Hospital

Darren Horne

Senior Manager Security & Safety

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

Craig Sheridan

Managing Director

Sheridan Consulting Group & Lead Security and Risk Advisor, Vivid Sydney, Destination NSWoup

11:10

Morning Break

Steam A – Venue Security
11:40

The science of hostile vehicle mitigation – ensuring the right balance

John Kelly

Managing Director

Spartica Australia & Former Detective Senior Sergeant, NSW Police

Stream B – Safe Cities and Communities
11:40

Evaluating local government emergency management capability and capacity

Dan Harper

Senior Manager, Resilience and Capability

Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning

Steam A – Venue Security
12:10

Privacy vs security – finding the right balance

Danielle Austin

Incident Response and Disaster Manager

St Vincent's Hospital

Russell Gammie

University Security Manager and Crisis Team Coordinator – Buildings and Property Division

Monash University

Nicola Drummy

Precinct Operations Manager

Melbourne and Olympic Parks

Stream C – Tech Talk
12:10

Identifying best practice control room design and operations

Luke Schibeci

Consultant Hatamoto Former Manager Security, Risk and Emergency Management

Sydney Cricket Ground

Steam A – Venue Security
12:40

Understanding psychology of risk in security

Brett Dobbie

Risk & Emergency Preparedness Manager

NSW Roads and Maritime Services

Stream B – Safe Cities and Communities
12:40

Securing and managing government funding to deliver security projects

Rebecca Howard

Team Leader, Property and Procurement

Town of Gawler

13:20

Networking Lunch
SEAL TANK

Vote for your favorite security technology – winner will receive a face-to-face time with the VIPs of the security industry

Steam A – Venue Security
14:30

Command and Control planning and coordination – ensuring well defined responsibilities and accountabilities

Nicole Hogan

Senior Manager Community Capability

NSW State Emergency Service

Stream B – Safe Cities and Communities
14:30

Community level prevention of violent extremism

Michael Cruse

Inspector Capability Division - Counter Terrorism Command

Victoria Police

Stream C – Tech Talk
14:30

Restricting entrances to secure facilities through automatic bollards and security barriers

Craig Sheridan

Managing Director

Sheridan Consulting Group & Lead Security and Risk Advisor, Vivid Sydney, Destination NSWoup

Steam A – Venue Security
14:50

Emergencies in hospitals and ensuring the security and safety of staff, patients and visitors

Octo Moniz

Emergency Management and Fire Safety Coordinator

WA Health

Steam A – Venue Security
15:20

Why resilience is crucial for protecting people and places

Gavriel Schneider

Chief Executive Officer

Risk 2 Solution & Program Director, Australian Catholic University

Stream B – Safe Cities and Communities
15:20

Building the capacity of the community to respond to its own issues through community engagement

Hieng Lim

Senior Program Manager, Crime Prevention and Community Justice Program

Neighbourhood Justice Centre

Steam A – Venue Security
15:20

Implementing effective security controls in crowded spaces

Sabrina Hurley

Project Manager and Security Services

Kardinia Trust Stadium Park

Stream B – Safe Cities and Communities
15:50

Security Solutions Activation – CCTV Software & Analytics

16:00

Tea Break

CASE STUDY
17:00

Promoting safety in the Night Time Economy

Malcolm McCall

Unit Manager Social Policy and Research

City of Yarra

Julia Bennett-Mitrovski

Senior Planner Community Health and Safety

City of Yarra

17:30

End of Summit

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