Guardian Tracking's unique Early Intervention (EI) software catches trending behaviors and potential issues that may stem from triggering events. Easily notify supervisors of EI flags, and track exposures and get notifications when thresholds are met so you can act quickly. 24/7 web-based access makes it easy to provide systematic feedback and peer-to-peer or supervisor-to-personnel recognition to build a desirable, productive workplace.
When EI flags are thrown, supervisors who know their team can make the best decisions on how to help - mental health days, rest, counseling, training, etc.
When personnel know their work has meaning and someone appreciates their efforts, they feel motivated to continue on that path.
Recognizing positive performance is one of the most powerful tools a manager can use to create a culture that attracts and retains top talent.
Behavior Management Software for Mental, Emotional, and Physical Wellness for Law Enforcement and Fire Departments
"Just last week, I had one crew that responded to five deaths in 48 hours. Now we're able to see that and give them a day or two off to be with their families and get away from the stress."
"It really has made a difference in my home life. Now I understand that I'm responding to a lot of critical incidents, and I might be taking my frustrations home. Now he can say, 'You know what? Maybe I need to go see a counselor.'"
"The early intervention system makes a tremendous difference, and I'm getting a lot of feedback that they absolutely love that they are getting recognized."
Read this client success story to learn about how Vector Solutions' Guardian Tracking solutions helped Northwest Volunteer Fire Department better protect and motivate their team of firefighters and other critical personnel
Deliver and track innovative online fire department training, including NFPA 1001, NFPA 1021, NFPA 1500, OSHA, and much more. Manage EMS recertification with more than 250 hours of CAPCE-accredited training.
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