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2015 NZSA Security Award Winners

Media Release

Thursday, November 26 2015

2015 NZSA Security Award Winners

The New Zealand Security Association (NZSA) hosted the annual Security Awards last Thursday, 20th November at the ASB Showgrounds in Auckland.

Sponsored by The Skills Organisation, the awards recognise outstanding security personnel across New Zealand.

Winner of the Ian Dick Memorial Award for Security Officer of the Year 2015, James Durning was a particular standout on the night.

Nominated by Scott Murray, General Manager of Recon Security Limited, James was recognised for his outstanding professionalism and ability to remain calm under pressure during patrols when the recent Taylor Preston Meatworks fire broke out in Wellington.

As a model security officer, his quick thinking during the emergency saved millions of dollars in potential damages.

Other highlights of the night included an inspirational opening speech from former NZSA Chairperson, Bronwyn Paul on behalf of NZSA Chair Doug McCormick.

Congratulations to the following winners who were announced:

Ian Dick Memorial Award for Security Officer of the Year 2015
James Durning
Senior Security Officer - Recon Security Limited, Wellington

Registered Training Workplace of the Year Award 2015
Red Badge Group, Auckland

Security Administrator of the Year Award 2015
Darryl Stonnell
Managing Director - First Contact Limited, Wellington

Security Leadership of the Year Award 2015
Chris Lawton
CEO - C4 Group Ltd, Auckland

Security Trainee of the Year Award 2015
Xzena Rameka
Trainee - Venue Response Limited, Rotorua

Workplace Assessor of the Year Award 2015
Darren Sapich
Performance Development Manager - Red Badge Security, Auckland


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