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Established in 1969, the Australian Security Industry Association Ltd (ASIAL) is the peak national body for the Australian security industry.

ASIAL has grown from a small network of security companies, to an organisation that represents around 85% of the security industry in Australia. The Association supports its members, promote standards and safeguarding public interests.

Its members consist of large corporate entities, SMEs, managers and operatives from various security sectors.

ASIAL represents various security sectors including:
  • Access Control
  • Alarms
  • Biometrics
  • Cash in Transit
  • CCTV
  • Critical Infrastructure Protection
  • Installation
  • IT Security
  • Locksmiths
  • Manpower
  • Monitoring
  • Physical / Barrier Security
  • Risk Management
  • Safes / Record Protection
  • Training
  • Transport and Aviation Security
  • Vehicle Security
  • Video Intercoms
In April 2010, ASIAL gained approval as a Registered Association of Employers from Fair Work Australia. A significant milestone for the Association, this shows the essential role ASIAL plays in Australian society and the security industry. 

"Under the new national Fair Work Act, Federal industry organisation registration was seen as an important step to improving the standards right across the industry. We already work closely across all States and Territories, and with the Fair Work Ombudsman, and provide a wide range of services to our members. With registration, ASIAL will expand even further this level of support," said ASIAL's CEO, Bryan de Caires in a press release.

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