NPB Security were at the frontline of holiday-period festivities and is looking forward to a number of upcoming sporting matches and events, including Fringe World Festival.
“Perth Scorchers have been playing well this season at Optus Stadium, and we are happy to make sure all fans have a safe and enjoyable experience,” said NPB Security Director, Scott Parry.
“Our professional guards will also be across a variety of venues when Fringe World Festival ignites later this month.”
The busy events period comes off the back of a highly demanding festive season, which saw people flocking to venues for Christmas parties and end of work drinks. Mr Parry said many venue owners experienced exceptionally high patronage, as well as the added pressure of mandatory contact tracing. The NPB Security team were ready to support venues and staff during this time.
“Not only were there more people out and about this festive season because international and some national borders are closed, business owners were also subject to new laws that require them to trace every person who enters the venue,” Mr Parry said.
“We are proud to be helping local businesses ensure they are doing their part in the fight against COVID-19, which also gives patrons piece of mind.”
Mr Parry added that it is a privilege being one of the only places in the world that has the freedom to gather at pubs, nightclubs, sporting arenas and even music festivals. NPB Security will continue to work hard to keep all patrons safe as we enter 2021.