At Guardian’s foundation is the mission to provide high-quality yet cost-effective risk mitigation services through an overarching framework of professionalism, integrity and attention to detail. We achieve this by keeping ahead of the industry in terms of licensing and compliance and by employing people with vast experience in the maritime security industry.
Guardian is a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact and we embrace their core value of Human Rights, Labour Standards, Environmental Considerations and Anti-Corruption Practices in all our worldwide operations. We are also members of the International Code of Conduct for Private Security Providers, the ICOC, another body with the aim of providing a set of industry standards based on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law.
Guardian acts with integrity throughout its business and project development, operating not only within the law, but continually striving to ensure that Guardian employees and personnel promote professionalism and ethical business practices in all aspects of their work.
At Guardian we constantly review how we can better our quality of service, maximising the realisation of our clients’ objectives. Quality remains at the forefront of our offering, delivering a high quality service at a respectable price range.
Due to our commitment to the United Nations Global Compact and international law, Guardian maintains a fully transparent and legal service offering when operating and delivering projects in emerging markets and developing countries.
Human Rights and local stakeholder engagement is key to our product offering and Guardian is a firm believer that a policy of integration and the inclusion of the local population benefits all parties involved and offers countries the opportunity to grow alongside us.