First Contact Ltd

Intelligent security Design

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Finalist

2019 New Zealand Security Awards

First Contact has been nominated as a finalist in 2 categories for the 2019 New Zealand Security Awards.

  • Outstanding Staff Retention/ Staff Development Program, &

  • Security Trainer or Workplace Assessor of the Year

The selection for these awards is an acknowledgement of First Contact’s entrenched ethos towards the on-going personal and professional development of every staff member.

This is a commitment we have held as an underpinning value since we commenced services in April 2002.

It has also been recognised on multiple other occasions, ……

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Take 10

We are proud to be involved with the Vulnerable Support Charitable Trust’s ‘Take 10’ initiative to provide an environment for people needing a safe place to rest when Wellington’s nightlife gets challenging.

Our supervisors and licensed premises will be insuring patrons who need some help, find their way to such a great initiative.

Daffodil Day 2019

Get involved, we are.


Professional Security Officers

Friendly and helpful staff

Friendly and helpful staff

Mobile

Mobile

Concierge

Concierge

Site Supervision

Site Supervision

Construction

Construction

System Management

System Management

Access Control

Access Control

Professional

Professional

Control Room

Control Room

Foot Patrol

Foot Patrol

 

Security Specialists

Sir Bill English

Sir Bill English

Events

Events

Barrier

Barrier

Drivers

Drivers

Elton John

Elton John

Events

Events

Events

Events

Part of the team

Part of the team

Crowd  Control

Crowd

Control

VIP

VIP

 
 
 
Effective security is not a single item.
It’s multiple layers, each focusing on one area, however seamlessly blending with the others to provide an effective solution.
— Unknown

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