Making Space enters agreement with Lone Worker from Orange powered by Guardian24Making Space, a large charity that provides services for people with a mental health condition, learning disabilities and dementia has entered into an agreement with Orange Lone Worker by Guardian24 for the provision of remote ‘lone worker’ support.
Many of Making Space employees are required to work in the community providing support services to people in their homes and this service will provide each team member with the reassurance they can fulfill their role safely.
Making Space emphasizes that responsibility for staff welfare and safety is of paramount importance and believes this investment underlines that commitment.
Guardian24 has contracts with over 400 public and private organisations and looks forward to assisting Making Space with the deployment of the solution during October 2011.
Wyn Jones, Making Space Finance Director, explained his reasons for entering into the agreement with Orange Lone Worker and Guardian 24,
“After a robust selection process, we selected Orange Lone Worker and Guardian 24, because from the outset they were keen to understand our needs and delivered a package of support that suited each scenario we required. We are looking forward to working with both organisations and we are reassured that, because of the measures we have taken, that our employees will remain safe.” << BACK