At Guardian24 we take the safety of your staff very seriously – to back this up our service is externally audited and certified to the very highest possible industry standards:
The Lone Worker Device Services industry standard (Guardian24 is certified to all five parts; the company, devices, ARC, training and response services). Find out more.
The standard for security screening of individuals employed in ARCs; all Guardian24 employees are screened to the standard.
The highest standard for Alarm Receiving Centres.
The service provided by Guardian24 is thoughtfully planned, implemented, measured and maintained thanks to the standards of ISO 9001:2015
The Police Preferred Specification design scheme awarded to our MicroGuard device and our ARC.
This has allowed Guardian24 to apply for Unique Reference Numbers (URNs) with every UK Police force, enabling us to provide the highest level of Police response to an emergency.
Guardian24 is a Principal member of the British Security Industry Association, and our Director is Chairman of the BSIA Lone Worker Section which helps to maintain standards and raise awareness within the industry.
Guardian24 sits on the British Standards Institution (BSI) committee which develops the BS 8484:2016 standard, as a representative of the BSIA’s Lone Worker Section.
Guardian24 Directors are licensed by the Security Industry Authority; the organisation responsible for regulating the private security sector.
Allows public sector organisations to procure Guardian24 products from the Public Services Network framework agreement, via our partnership with Everything Everywhere.
Guardian24 have been awarded the Cyber Essentials accreditation. The UK government scheme encourages businesses to adhere to best-practices in IT security. It requires a variety of cyber security measures are in place, protecting our service and data from online threats.
Allows Procurement for Housing members to purchase a range of exclusive Guardian24 packages from this unique framework agreement. Find out more.
Guardian24 are members of NISO – the National Irish Safety Organisation. NISO promotes the improvement of health and safety at work, builds relationships with other health and safety stakeholders and contributes its expertise to better occupational health and safety in Ireland.