With Victorians expected to experience an intense cold front over the coming days, many are highly anticipating the warmer season that is just around the corner. It is at this time that organisers are deep in the planning stages for their events which will provide the public with festivities and other outlets to make the most of the summer season.
Changing circumstances worldwide means that not only are organisers considering the general planning of events, but also the implementation of hostile vehicle mitigation equipment. Many available resources have become outdated and a portion of the available market includes uncertified technology. When the initial need for vehicle mitigation became apparent, the resources available were scares and left little options for stakeholders when securing event perimeters. Since this time, these resources have grown and organisers are choosing reliable and certified options to protect their people.
The Archer 1200 was introduced to the Australian market in 2018 as a certified product, purpose-built for the deterrence and prevention of dangerous vehicle intrusions. Unlike other portable barriers, the Archer 1200 system has received the designation of Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technology (QATT) under the United States’ Safety Act by the Department of Homeland Security.
Meridian Rapid Defence Group, creators of the Archer 1200 system, chose AML Risk Management as their Australian provider at the beginning of 2018. Meridians Global CEO Mr Peter Whitford has worked directly with AML’s Managing Director and staff to ensure their clients receive the best possible service from the barriers.
AML Risk Management are able to provide a detailed and comprehensive assessment of any sites hostile vehicle mitigation requirements. This includes high risk areas, emergency access requirements and other factors involved in a deployment. To receive your free no-obligation quote or assessment contact barrier coordinator Emerald Forrest on 03 9326 2244 or email email@example.com.
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