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Rowcroft Hospice use Skyguard's MySOS personal alarms to protect outreach teams

Every year, Rowcroft Hospice helps over 2,000 people living with life-limiting illnesses to make the most of every day. Through time, compassion, and medical expertise, the Hospice provides comfort and support for patients and their families in their homes, in the community and at the Hospice's Inpatient Unit.

31 August 2017/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (298)/Comments (0)/
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Response Organisation trust Skyguard's expertise to protect their lone working care staff

A leading charity, Response is one of the leading providers of home-based mental health care and operates primarily in Oxfordshire and surrounding regions. The organisation also provides supported housing designed to help people live independently.

31 August 2017/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (292)/Comments (0)/
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Central and Cecil Housing Trust implement Skyguard's Personal Safety Service

"We didn't want to just rely on mobile phones" was the underlying premise when Central and Cecil Housing Trust (CCHT) approached Skyguard looking to better protect their lone workers.

31 August 2017/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (321)/Comments (0)/
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Skyguard: Virgin Trains East Coast

Virgin Trains East Coast are one of the UK's leading train operators, responsible for some of the country's busiest rail routes. Providing a crucial link between London, Scotland and the North East, the company runs 155 train services a day, carrying around 19 million passengers every year. It employs a team of over 3,250 staff based in a variety of roles at stations, depots and offices across Britain. 

31 August 2017/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (294)/Comments (0)/
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Skyguard: ForViva Group

ForViva Group are a not-for-profit housing association based in the North West of England that manages over 24,000 homes across the region. The Group is a merger between City West Housing Trust, Villages Housing Association and construction company ForWorks.

With over 500 employees, staff work in a number of roles including neighbourhood officers, operatives, caretakers, surveyors and income and court officers, which can potentially involve periods of lone working.

29 August 2017/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (408)/Comments (0)/
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