Archer 1200 Mobile Anti-Vehicle Barriers safeguarding outdoor street diners across The City of Melbourne.
AML Risk Management in collaboration with The City of Melbourne, have been safeguarding outdoor street diners across Melbourne. The Archer 1200 Barriers have made Covid safe outdoor dining areas possible as Melbourne makes its way out of lockdown.
The collaboration formed when the F&B Industry’s livelihood was heavily impacted by Covid-19; The City of Melbourne’s attention towards bettering the struggles of the industry have allowed restaurant to reopen their doors and reemploy thousands of Victorians across Melbourne.
The outdoor dining areas have allowed restaurant owners to increase their capacities by bringing their dining experience onto the streets of Melbourne while adhering to the Covid-19 restrictions.
It has also allowed Victorians to enjoy the wonderful food that Melbourne has to offer as we come into the summer festive season, in a safe environment protected by the Archer 1200 Barriers.
AML Risk Management is proud to be a part of the transitional period in Melbourne with event venues and restaurants re-opening.
It has been a long few months fighting against Covid, but we’re finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. AML has proudly supplied Archer 1200 Barriers to safeguard the public, and aid the Covid-safe QR code system using our unique sign holders.
On Saturday 25th September 2021, AML Risk Management proudly supplied 62 Archer 1200 Barriers to secure the AFL Grand Final Live Event venue. The Archer 1200 barriers were used as part of the vehicle safety mitigation strategy.
City of Perth has sectioned off parts of James Street and Lake Street for alfresco dining with the utilization of the Archer 1200 Barriers to provide efficient movement of patrons throughout the busy dining strip. This also provides safety at the Northbridge Piazza Live Event Venue well into the night.
The barriers were deployed with quick release certified arrestor cables to allow access to emergency vehicles.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all parties who were involved in the event operations whom contributed to the success of the 2021 AFL Grand Final.
From the 15th-18th of June 2021, the Southern Hemisphere’s largest agricultural event was held at Mystery Creek in Hamilton New Zealand. 130,000 visitors attended the exhibition to meet with industry experts, seek opinions, have inspiring discussions and sight demonstrations. AML Risk Management proudly supplied 27 units of Archer 1200 Barriers, which were deployed at the highest risk points of the location to safeguard the attending community. Visitors, exhibitors and event staff were able to enjoy a successful 4 day event with the Archer 1200 Barrier ensuring their safety.
Midsumma Pride March is a signature celebration of pride and diversity to march for those who cannot. The 26th annual Pride March took place on the 23rd of May 2021 where 7000+ marchers took to Fitzroy Street in St Kilda Melbourne. Thousands of people lined the cafes and balconies along Fitzroy Street to show their support.
AML Risk Management was proudly involved in the event and supplied Archer 1200 Barriers to secure the venue location, which closed off roads in St Kilda around the Pride March route.
The Archer 1200 barriers were used as part of the vehicle mitigation plan to secure the site perimeters, deployed with quick release certified arrestor cables to allow access to emergency vehicles and the march floats. AML Risk Management staff deployed 99 Archer 1200 Barriers in under 45 minutes to secure the perimeters of the event and also reopened the roads at the conclusion of the event in the same time.
The Archer 1200 Barriers worked to protect the marchers, event staff and bystanders from errant and hostile vehicles to allow for a safe and successful event.
We would like to thank all parties who were involved in the event operations which contributed to the success of the event.
ANZAC Day is when we come together to commemorate the soldiers of our nation killed in war and to honour the returned and serving servicemen and women.
AML Risk Management was honoured to be a part of the ANZAC Day Dawn Service held in Mount Maunganui in New Zealand. The Archer 1200 barriers were deployed to secure the area where the memorial was held.
Furthermore, due to the snap lockdown which led to the cancellation of the ANZAC Day Dawn Service and Parade in Perth, we would like to take this opportunity to thank all the servicemen and women in Perth as well as commemorate the fallen ones during the war. It was unfortunate that we were not able to proceed with our part in the memorial due to the unfortunate lockdown, however, we were set to protect then and will be set to protect in the future.
New Zealand has proudly hosted their 36th America’s Cup in Auckland as well as the Prada Cup Challenger Selection Series.
AML Risk Management has supplied the event host with the Archer 1200 Mobile Barriers as a safety precaution to safeguard the event location from the risk of errant or hostile vehicles.
The Archer 1200 barriers were installed at the highest risk point of the location which became the most robust hostile vehicle mitigation method installed to date in New Zealand.
The Archer 1200 barriers has provided proportionate security measures as a part of the city-wide security plan. Not only has it been safeguarding the community it has also provided the crowd and traffic management the benefit of increased safety and control of both crowd and automobile traffic within the area.
On 28th of March 2021, the Greek Community of Melbourne commemorated the 200th anniversary of the Greek war of Independence.
AML Risk Management proudly supplied 34 units of Archer 1200 Barriers to secure Lansdowne Street in East Melbourne, helping to keep the Greek Community and patrons of the event safe while they celebrated the feast day of Evagelismos with Hellenes and Philhellenes.
Congratulations Antonia Tsamis and her team at The Greek Centre and the Greek Community of Melbourne for keeping the attending community safe while taking thorough precautions to have a successful COVID-free event.
Moomba Festival has allowed Melbournians to enjoy its festivities for over 60 years. Although the 2021 Moomba Festival was a little different due to COVID-19, the Archer 1200 barriers played a significant role in protecting Melburnians during the 4 day festival.