Supporting Local Security Companies keeps New Zealand safe

As a result of Covid-19 virus entering our country and compromising the health of our communities, we as a nation went into Level 4 Lockdown on March 26 and remained that way for six weeks. As a result, the vast majority of New Zealand businesses were forced to close their doors. Not only was the possibility of social interaction compromised, …

Recon Concierge Service to Provide Contract Tracing

In light of New Zealand’s response to COVID-19, Recon Security has taken this opportunity to adapt our approach to servicing buildings including high-rise, factory, and industrial buildings. As tenants eventually repopulate buildings, Recon can provide a concierge to provide contact tracing services in case any of your tenants, contractors or visitors ever test positive for COVID-19. Our concierge would greet …

Security Considered an Essential Service

Security is considered an essential service. You may continue to operate under Alert Level 4. Security is considered an essential service, even if security services are being provided in relation to a premise for a non-essential service. There will be an update to the COVID-19.govt.nz website to reflect this.  

To Our Clients

To our clients,   Recon Security has been closely monitoring the situation with COVID-19 Coronavirus. At present, we are assuming that we are deemed as an essential service under the guidelines administered by the NZSA (March, 2020) and as such we will continue to provide security services to our clients during the Level 4 Alert Level. This being said, our …

COVID-19: Our Response

In light of the ever-evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we’ve been closely monitoring this in real-time based on the advice of the World Health Organisation and the New Zealand government and reviewing our approach regularly. We have implemented a new portable hand-washing station at our main office in Wellington to encourage elevated hygiene standards within our work-environment, ensuring the protection of …

Morality in the Security Industry & Recon’s Promise to Uphold it

Keeping New Zealanders safe is one of our company’s main promises here at Recon. Our ability to maintain trust between our clients, as well as uphold our moral and ethical values boils down to a few key elements. One of them is equality and care for New Zealanders, regardless of their circumstance. On February 3rd, Stuff.co.nz released harrowing footage of a …

Hutt City Council Noise Control Contract

Recon is excited to announce the re-awarding of the Hutt City Council’s noise control contract. In July of this year, after more than 20 years of continuous service, the contract was awarded to an international competitor. In December 2019 Recon will recommence supplying noise control services, utilising our advance ICT systems, trained and experienced staff and effective health and safety …

Recon Guards expanding throughout New Zealand!

Recon is excited to announce our further expansion into Palmerston North! With our guard services up and running, this new development is set to be another success. We are working with an existing client in Palmerston North, and the job involves a remote construction site. This is the exact kind of opportunity that Recon has been looking for to develop …

New and Improved Induction Training

With a new Training Manager comes new training modules! Nicky Eastwood introduced our updated induction training last week, equipping our new guards the knowledge to work our systems.   Induction training gives our staff the skills to carry out robust and efficient reporting for our clients. It also informs them of Recon’s high expectations around their conduct and work ethic, …

Extending Recon’s Green Fleet

Our General Manager, Rik, is very proud of his new plug-in hybrid Audi, one of the many new additions to Recon’s electric vehicles. Recon has been bringing in more electric vehicles as it looks to how the security industry can move into the future. Recon is conscious that electric and hybrid vehicles will help to shrink our carbon footprint and …