Cardinus Risk Management has announced a strategic partnership with CriticalArc to bring Cardinus’ advisory and training expertise together with CriticalArc’s SafeZone, a unified safety, security and emergency management solution.
Commenting on the partnership, Andy Neal, Director of Security at Cardinus stated: “We have been highly impressed with how the CriticalArc SafeZone solution empowers safety and security teams to streamline and strengthen their capacity to respond to incidents, optimise outcomes, fulfil duty of care and mitigate risks. By combining SafeZone with our strategic consultancy and behavioural training, we see a perfect synergy by working together.”
In 2020, Cardinus celebrated 25 years of delivering health, safety, security and ergonomics risk management solutions across the globe with over 1500 mid to large clients. Cardinus’ security division was formed when Andy Neal joined in 2017, having run his own consultancy and training firm following a distinguished military career.
Cardinus offers both onsite and online consultancy services to help organisations mitigate work-related risks, better understand threats and develop policies and procedures which minimise accidents, enhance the employee experience and help businesses comply with health and safety legislation.
Headquartered in Sydney, Australia, CriticalArc has regional offices in the United States, the United Kingdom and Middle East with over three million SafeZone users across 80 countries. Adopted by world-leading universities, healthcare providers and critical infrastructure, SafeZone enables proactive responses that positively impact the outcome of incidents, supports lone workers and travelling staff and enhances safety and wellbeing.
CriticalArc’s Managing Director, Darren Chalmers-Stevens commented: “We welcome our relationship with Cardinus as an important extension to the solution we provide clients. Our combined expertise, technology and people will deliver significantly enhanced benefits, capabilities and market reach.”
For more information on CriticalArc and SafeZone go to www.criticalarc.com or email [email protected].