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Ric Mejias work experience

Since 1987 Ric Mejias has accumulated over 27 YEARS experience with:

~ Project, Construction, and Heritage Management ~ Risk, Security, Safety and Wireless Management ~ Corporate and Government Investigations, Audits and Fraud Control ~ Technical Security, Safety, Networks, Wireless, IT Support Installations and Cabling

Ric Mejias has served or continues to serve as either President, CEO, Managing Director, Head of International Security, National Revenue Control, Pilot, or board member of many groups including:

customOZ; customONLINE; CO GROUP; CO FUNDS; AS/NZ4859.1; Power COLLECT; Sydney Flying; customOZ Services; Wireless King; sAijem; Schofields Flying Club, Federal Express, FedEx, customOZ Airways and others.

Experience as: Police Licensed Security Consultant Police Licensed Security Technician Police Licensed Commercial Agent Police Licensed Private Investigator Police Licensed Process Server Police Licensed to Repossess Diploma in Investigations Diploma in Security and Risk Management Diploma in Government Fraud Control Financial Services Certificate Master Cabler Australian Cabling Authority ACA Network Engineering Consultant Fibre Optic Consultant Underground Mine Security and Communications Specialist Specialist in CCTV Specialist in Access Control Systems Specialist in BIO metrics controls Covert Surveillance Consultant Aircraft Pilot Property Maintenance Specialist Airport Security Specialist Property Developer Commercial and Heritage Building Specialist

Previous and/or current Projects Managed by Ric Mejias:

- State Government [Access Controls] [CCTV Cameras] [Communications] [Remote Control] [IT] [Wireless Networks] [Heritage] [UPS] [WiFi] [Alarms] [Intercoms] [Government Co-Ordination Centre] [Police Operations Centre] [Roads and Maritime Service] [Service NSW]

- BHP Mines [Access Controls] [CCTV Cameras] [Communications] [Remote Control of Mine sites]

- NSW Property Service [Maintenance] [Communications] [Security]

- NSW Department of Education [Communicatons]

- Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority [Security] [Communications] [Maintenance]

- Rockwell Automation [Mine upgrades]

- REX Regional Express [Communications]

- AMP Control [Power Stations] [Security] [CCTV Cameras] [Communications]

- Blacktown City Council [Security Lock-up service] [CCTV camera installations]

- NSW Police [CCTV camera services]

- NSW Public Trustee [Fire Smoke Alarm Services]

- NSW Police Major Crime Squads [Specialist Equipment]

- State Rail Authority [Project Security on line upgrades Penrith]

- State Rail Authority [Project Security at Lapston Bridge upgrade]

- Penfords [Communications]

- Dairy Farmers [Communications]

- Strata Plans and Owners Corporations [Maintenance] [Security] [Communications] [Constructions]

- Federal Express (FedEx) [CCTV cameras] [Risk Management] [Access Controls] [Communications] [Investigations] [Projects]

Ric Mejias is a vigilant, cost focussed and result oriented person that likes to gets things done and is determined to push past obstacles and challenges.

- Hundreds of small, medium, large companies and Government have been assisted which also include;

Beacon Lighting, AC McGrath, Akzo-Nobel, Cromfords, Bico Retail, Bosshard Medical, Brecon, Chiorino, Contours, CTM, CWM, Dancetime, Sydney Boats, Dooze, Ocohome, Elite Sports, Endota Day Spa, Excel Group, FG Services, Focus Uniforms, Freeway Sports, General Fasteners, GFS Performance, Golden Sun, Goulburn Power Centre, Hairhouse Warehouse, Holistic Flooring, Home Horizons, Interactive TV, IAE EDU, Jade Recruitment, Jones Nicolson, JV Holt, La Senza, Legend Hotel, Macair Airconditioning, Macro Developments, Marketing & Media Solutions, Marques Formwork, Mars Lounge, McCabe Lawyers, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Moorebank Auto, Motion Telecom, New Wave Airconditioning, Orica, Paediatric Dental Group, PILZ Automation, Premium Doors, Proflite, Sydney Aviation College, Rhino Shades, Smooth Curves, Stanton Plant Hire, Cheryl Christiansen & Associates, Raymar Business Service, Starr Constructions, Starting Blocks, Sydney Ground Transport, Sydney Paediactric Dentistry, Sydney Sea Planes, Tap Dance, San Marina, Chain Saw Mower Centre, United Parcel Service UPS, Village Ford, Western Scrap Metal, Where Finance, Wilma Sports, King Gee Totally Work Wear, World Connect, Wunda Automotive, and many, many more to name but a few.

About Ric Mejias

Since 1987 Ric Mejias has accumulated over 27 YEARS experience with:

~ Project, Construction, and Heritage Management ~ Risk, Security, Safety and Wireless Management ~ Corporate and Government Investigations, Audits and Fraud Control ~ Technical Security, Safety, Networks, Wireless, IT Support Installations and Cabling

Ric Mejias has served or continues to serve as either President, CEO, Managing Director, Head of International Security, National Revenue Control, Pilot, or board member of many groups including:

customOZ; customONLINE; CO GROUP; CO FUNDS; AS/NZ4859.1; Power COLLECT; Sydney Flying; customOZ Services; Wireless King; sAijem; Schofields Flying Club, Federal Express, FedEx, customOZ Airways and others.

Experience as: Police Licensed Security Consultant Police Licensed Security Technician Police Licensed Commercial Agent Police Licensed Private Investigator Police Licensed Process Server Police Licensed to Repossess Diploma in Investigations Diploma in Security and Risk Management Diploma in Government Fraud Control Financial Services Certificate Master Cabler Australian Cabling Authority ACA Network Engineering Consultant Fibre Optic Consultant Underground Mine Security and Communications Specialist Specialist in CCTV Specialist in Access Control Systems Specialist in BIO metrics controls Covert Surveillance Consultant Aircraft Pilot Property Maintenance Specialist Airport Security Specialist Property Developer Commercial and Heritage Building Specialist

Previous and/or current Projects Managed by Ric Mejias:

- State Government [Access Controls] [CCTV Cameras] [Communications] [Remote Control] [IT] [Wireless Networks] [Heritage] [UPS] [WiFi] [Alarms] [Intercoms] [Government Co-Ordination Centre] [Police Operations Centre] [Roads and Maritime Service] [Service NSW]

- BHP Mines [Access Controls] [CCTV Cameras] [Communications] [Remote Control of Mine sites]

- NSW Property Service [Maintenance] [Communications] [Security]

- NSW Department of Education [Communicatons]

- Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority [Security] [Communications] [Maintenance]

- Rockwell Automation [Mine upgrades]

- REX Regional Express [Communications]

- AMP Control [Power Stations] [Security] [CCTV Cameras] [Communications]

- Blacktown City Council [Security Lock-up service] [CCTV camera installations]

- NSW Police [CCTV camera services]

- NSW Public Trustee [Fire Smoke Alarm Services]

- NSW Police Major Crime Squads [Specialist Equipment]

- State Rail Authority [Project Security on line upgrades Penrith]

- State Rail Authority [Project Security at Lapston Bridge upgrade]

- Penfords [Communications]

- Dairy Farmers [Communications]

- Strata Plans and Owners Corporations [Maintenance] [Security] [Communications] [Constructions]

- Federal Express (FedEx) [CCTV cameras] [Risk Management] [Access Controls] [Communications] [Investigations] [Projects]

Ric Mejias is a vigilant, cost focussed and result oriented person that likes to gets things done and is determined to push past obstacles and challenges.

    Fly away to White Cliffs and lots more

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    Ready set go

    YWVA competition on 23 May, considering this as a good opportunity as a Pilot to practice the skills needed for emergencies and a great chance for more navigations NAVS I was glad to join the Warnevale Pilot competion.

    Around 0730 I called YWVA to check the local conditions as cloud we had some cloud and rain in Sydney and fortunately someone answered at YWVA and confirmed the conditions as scattered cloud above 4000ft and nil wind, With similar reports at YSBK, it was ready, set, go! for the YWVA Competition. I departed YSBK from 29R at 0740 and had a nice climb and journey till we passed just north of Gosford on a heading of 013M. I descended a little to 1500ft to keep clear of the cloud but that was not going to be enough as ahead was a heavy path of showers and cloud. The fun and mid-air maths calculations, otherwise known as navigating, was to begin. I enjoy maths and love flying so the low and heavy cloud ahead was a welcomed challenge and I hoped and expected we could overcome the obstacle to ensure the YWVA Comp went ahead.

    With a heading of 013M it necessary to divert west away from the clouds and we turned to a heading of 283M which was the obvious path. I continued for 3 minutes before turning back to a heading of 013M to track parallel to our original heading. Once we were clearly past the cloud base I ‘recorrected’ my track by turning east to a heading of 103M.

    Having originally diverted west for 3 minutes and having nil wind it seemed an obvious calculation that we should track 103M for another 3minutes before picking up our original flight path. Almost to the second of the 3 minute correction I found YWVA just 1nm away. YWVA was in clear view,  in what could be described as a simple maths calculation of which as pilots we call ‘navigation’. Being found of maths, I was impressed the right angle diversion away from and return from the cloud base got us to the exact location we needed to be.

    The YWVA Competition involved a short-field take off, an instrument climb and manoeuvres, followed by a forced landing to a landing on the runway, then a touch and go with a circuit at 500ft, then a spot landing to a full stop. There were only minor interruptions to the competition due to isolated clouds and showers although the taxiways at Warnervale were affected by overnight rain. Ensuring the aircraft was not bogged taxiing to and from the runway was as much a part of the competition as the event itself.

    Having just come off an international flight I expected the wait between competing and the return Navex back to YSBK was going to prove boring, but is was nothing of the sort. A terrific group of competitors made the day pass with relative ease before I returned to YSBK in time for last light on a trouble-free flight.