When animal Control Officer, Lisa Martel was confronted by owners over a wanted dog, she used her Duress Device to call her Guardian Angel.
When Guardian Angel were awarded the Worksafe NZ lone worker contract 4 years ago, the lone worker market looked quite different. There were not as many suppliers (in fact we were kind of it!) and there were a lot less products on the market, and thus less confusion.
In March 2017 the Hawke’s Bay Regional Council tragically lost one of their staff in a vehicle incident. Like all accidents, it was unexpected and the outcome was most severe. The loss of a life, a dad to two wee girls, a husband, friend and son.
Terrified Animal Control Officer,
Jon Smith saved by his
With so many Lone Worker Solutions on the market today, it’s hard to know what’s best for your business. Not all solutions are made equal and at Guardian Angel we can guide you with impartial, evidence based advice to make sure you get the right fit for your lone workers.
Guardian Angel Security (GAS) was awarded The Waikato Regional Council (WRC) contract following a tender process. The satellite and cell-based solution was implemented across 120 staff in July 2017. The project has earned the Project Team a letter of commendation from the CEO and was nominated for an internal award.
Taranaki Regional Council had a solution they’d outgrown. They got in touch with us and together, we formulated a plan to optimise the way they use their inReach devices to take advantage of their full potential.
We protect a number of libraries around NZ. They have a shared panic pendant that the staff know they need to clip to their waist before they go and investigate any disturbance away from the main desk where the pendant is kept.
Braking down hours from civilisation can cause all kinds of headaches.
Whanganui District Council had been thoroughly researching products on the market and came to the decision that the Blackline Safety products from Guardian Angel were best suited to the risks they wanted to mitigate.