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Havering Council use Skyguard's MySOS to help vulnerable people keep their independence.

Havering Council are using SkyGuard's MySOS personal safety device to help vulnerable people maintain their independence. 

18 September 2015/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (4077)/Comments (0)/
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Harlow Council’s Lone Workers Carry Skyguard Personal Alarms, 24/7

In an effort to mitigate potential risk to its lone workers, Harlow Council have issued Skyguard’s BS 8484 approved personal alarms to its Supported Housing staff, Environmental Health Officers, Stewards and other lone working employees for increased personal protection.

07 January 2015/Author: Amanda Caton/Number of views (6202)/Comments (0)/
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Brent Council’s Lone Workers use Skyguard’s Personal Alarms for Backup and Reassurance

Skyguard are providing Brent Council’s frontline lone working staff with 24 hour backup and assistance via the use of their ACPO accredited MySOS personal safety device – giving them a simple yet effective way to call for help in any emergency situation.

07 January 2015/Author: Amanda Caton/Number of views (6223)/Comments (0)/
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Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service Trust Skyguard for Lone Worker Safety

Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service have chosen to protect their front line Fire Prevention Practitioners by equipping them with Skyguard’s MySOS personal safety device. With 24 hour monitoring and single button alarm activation, there’s no quicker or easier way of calling for help in the event of an incident or emergency.

07 January 2015/Author: Amanda Caton/Number of views (3773)/Comments (0)/
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Guardian 24 provides lone worker service to staff at Fermanagh District Council

Staff at Fermanagh District Council in Northern Ireland are committed to providing an extensive range of services across a district which has a widely dispersed local community. This involves staff travelling to quite remote areas, often alone. They chose a lone worker service that combines the use of mobile phones with an Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC).

07 January 2015/Author: Amanda Caton/Number of views (3649)/Comments (0)/
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