More than 150,000 workers use this Surrey firm’s services — which include key fob-sized personal GPS alarms — to stay safe while working alone. Profits grew to £4.7m in 2019 under previous chief executive, James Murray, 46, who stepped down in March. The firm has more than 2,500 customers, including 150 NHS trusts and 300 housing associations. It says it is helping protect thousands of key workers during the coronavirus pandemic, and is rolling out short-term contracts to support the wave of NHS volunteers.
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