Get To Know Us
We believe that you can only become your best self when fear is taken out of the equation. In every aspect of life. Feeling powerful and in control is life changing.
Why GUARDIAN BAND?
I am Lisa Geyer, CEO of Guardian Band. My goal is to help people live their lives without fear by holding attackers accountable for their crimes. Guardian Band has two safety device products to keep you safe. One is aimed at industry; keeping staff safe while they work, and the other is aimed at keeping everyone safe while they go about their daily lives.
Our G|B Defender Smart Watches
When you wear one of our G|B Defender smart watches, you will not only be able to keep track of your steps and heart rate, you will be able to press an SOS button if you run into trouble; alerting your friends and family that you need help. We don't want you to ever feel like you can't go on a solo run or bike ride. You are protected with the G|B Defender smart watches.
Our Industry SafeGuard Panic Badge
Guardian Band is a Leading Emergency Safety Device Company for AHLA and we work closely with AHLA and AAHOA to make sure hotels are in compliance with the “Staff Panic Button Mandates.” We also employ our Staff Panic Badge system in hospitals, universities and large warehouses.
Staff are able to efficiently work without the fear of assault or harassment while wearing the GB SOS Panic Badge. Our comprehensive on-site training and installation includes 24/7 technical support, and when on site, our trainer will educate your staff on how to spot a human trafficker and what to do if one suspects a person of trafficking.
Once you become fearless, life becomes limitless. I want you to be fearless with every aspect of your life. It’s time for a change. It’s time for The G|B Defender Safety Smart products .
Peace & Strength,
Every year in the United States:
1,270,000 women are raped
800,000 children are reported missing
30% of nursing homes are cited for instances of abuse
360 cases of assault from a ride-share driver are reported
23% of female and 5% of male undergraduates experience rape or sexual assault during their college tenure