Active Guard

ActiveGuard Security Guard System

Our Active Guard real time guard tour system has proven to be very successful and has allowed our clients to manage and control their staff more effectively with the ability to defuse potential situations before they occur. Outfitted with a panic button and the ability to have a two way conversation with your guard at any time, Active Guard covers you with regards health and safety whilst looking after both your clients and guards. We have improved our offer on Active Guard by including all data transfer within the cost.

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Active Guard Multi Function Patrol Solution

Active Guard is the First Patrol System in the World Combining 5 Functions into 1 Device:

  • Real Time Patrols : The Active Guard System enables the ability to view all patrols in real time
  • Lone Worker Protection : The PANIC button allows immediate communication with your office in case of emergency – dramatically improving the safety of your employees.
  • 2 Way conversation : Each ActiveGuard unit is programmed to answer calls ONLY from authorised numbers allowing you to communicate with your guards.
  • No travelling between sites collecting data : Save both time and money by eliminating unnecessary visits to sites purely to collect information.

Active Guard handset

Active Guard – Guard Tour

You can view more information on how the ActiveGuard Patrol system works in this PDF File Extracts from the Health & Safety Executive leafletControlling the risks of solitary work. Although lone workers cannot be subject to constant supervision, it is still an employer’s duty to ensure their health and safety at work. Lone workers should not be at more risk than other employees and face particular problems. Some of the issues which need special attention when planning safe working arrangements are;

  • Does the workplace present a special risk to the lone worker? Is there a risk of violence?
  • Procedures need to be put in place to monitor lone workers to see they remain safe. These may include:

Supervisors periodically visiting and observing people working alone;

  • Regular contact between the lone worker and supervision using either a telephone or radio;
  • Automatic warning devices which operate if specific signals are not received periodically from the lone worker, e.g. systems for security staff;
  • Other devices designed to raise the alarm in the event of an emergency and which are operated manually or automatically by the absence of activity;
  • Checks that a lone worker has returned to their base or home on completion of a task.

The Active Guard System covers 4 out 5 of the above points laid out in the Health & Safety Executive leaflet, it is therefore of paramount importance to consider the system for a lone worker, particularly when many security guard duties carry a risk of violence.