SYDNEY Olympic Park Authority is seeking a risk assessment of the site in relation to hostile vehicle mitigation, with the assessment then used to secure the site to meet government guidelines.
Phase 1: Once the precinct security review is complete a detailed risk-based technical assessment of HVM requirements for the most vulnerable areas of the site (including venue plazas and gates, transport hubs and primary activation areas) to inform layout and specification of vehicle barriers and traffic dampening measures.
Phase 2: Using the risk-based assessment undertaken in Phase 1, Phase 2 will include formulating a Precinct HVM Plan to advise and recommend to the Authority a prioritised implementation program to address areas of vulnerability as identified in the risk assessment that correlates with the National Security Threat Level framework and other Commonwealth and Secure NSW advice.
In particular, Phase 2 will consist of:
* Review of exiting HVM measures and identify any short-term improvements
* Review the market for HVM options.
Expressions of interest for the tender closes on December 4, 2018.