Latest News 2010
EBSL Launches EagleCare in Trinidad
EBSL launches of an exciting new security membership programme which offers affordable high quality security into your home and to anyone who owns a vehicle.
EagleCare membership entitles you Immediate Roadside Assistance, Rapid Response in the event of an emergency, and many other VIP Vehicle related services.
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Agent Retains Attackers
I take this opportunity to commend
Captain Wayne Ramrattan on his outstanding performance on the morning of Sunday 21st February 2010 where two men attacked him while on location and attempted to relieve him of his firearm.
Captain Wayne Ramrattan
The outcome could have gone much differently if the two men who attacked him were able to successfully relieve him of his firearm. It would have been a great tragedy for EBSL knowing the fact that not only a firearm was lost but also 25 rounds of ammunition - each round symbolizing a person’s life.
It should be noted that although we are a professional security company with well trained agents, this attack can also reach our doorsteps.
I again commend Captain Ramrattan for taking his firearm retention training seriously and being able to utilize his training when it was most needed - clearly this is proof that the more you bleed in training the less you bleed in the field.
EBSL Proudly Sponsors "Bodybuilder"
MONISA HARBANS - ALEONG
June 2008 EBSL Sweeville Rhythm Section Warm up for Summer Fetes
EBSL Raptors Basketball Team in Trinidad National Legue Playoffs
EBSL’s GPS Tracking System Proves Successful for the Great Race 2008
We also congratulate Damon Mosca of Outrageous for his participation, who EBSL proudly sponsored. We look forward to seeing Outrageous compete in events to come. Our GPS system was undoubtedly a huge success and we are proud to be apart of power boating in Trinidad and Tobago.
September 2008 – EBSL’s GPS Division extends its service to Suriname.
1998 – EBSL’s Training Academy
2001 – EBSL became a corporate member of the International Bodyguard Security Services (IBSSA), and the Caribbean Regional Representative.
June 2006 - EBSL experiences substantial growth, with an increase in the workforce of ?? Agents and launches the Mobile Patrol Service with an initial fleet of ?? vehicles.
March 2007 – EBSL launched the GPS Division for GPS Tracking Security Solutions.
2007 – EBSL conducts combat training in Ghana.
2008 – Corporate Personal Security Ltd (CPSL) was established.
2008 – EBSL made a strategic alliance with Custom Holsters.
August 2008 – Carib Great Race 2008; EBSL upgrades their GPS tracking system and was successful in tracking the powerboats from Trinidad to Tobago.
September 2008 – EBSL’s GPS Division extends its service to Suriname.
2008 – Stafford Energies, EBSL’s Gas Station located on the Beetham Highway was opened, with 24/7 Armed Security for the safety and security of all customers and staff.
2008 – Stafford Energies,
Masqueraders’ security Top Priority
Annually, masqueraders parade the streets of Port-of-Spain and San Fernando, basking in the thrill of the Carnival euphoria. Many are women, sexily clad in two-piece bikinis, accessorised with beads and feathers. Their protection is seen as a priority for most, if not all masquerade bandleaders and so, security companies are hired for this purpose. One such company is the elite security agency, EBSL Eagle Care, which boasts an equipped staff with a high success rate in deterring criminal elements. Bands like Island People Mas (IPM) have turned to this particular agency for the support needed on the road come Carnival Monday and Tuesday.
This agent has demonstrated a level of professionalism, confidence, discipline and the right attitude in the line of duty.
This agent was offered a financial gratuity by a client and despite numerous attempts for him to accept it he blatantly turned down the offer.
Our company policy states that an agent is not allowed to accept funds from a client unless it passed though the proper channels of being given to an NCO/ Supervisor.
As the agent in this case complied fully with company policy he was rewarded double the amount offered to him initially by the client. This act showed that he has a sense of integrity which should be rewarded.
A job well done.
Agent of the Month Sept'
Agent Eric Asfall
This is agent Eric Asfall, when asked how you feel receiving this award he replied, “Hard work, Discipline and Good Leaders is the recipe for success”. The Directors of EBSL were informed of all that had transpired with agent Asfall and personally appraised also recommend that any amount that was in the envelope will be doubled because of the agents action, also this action will be placed on his personal file as to assist him in the company future endeavours.In the photo above are Nco Marcus Torres, General Manager of Garzon Construction and Agent Eric asfall.The letter reads”In gratitude for his cooperation, good treatment and hard work towards the staff of our company. We rewarded Mr. Eric Asfall with the amount of, without this action involve any commitment fromMr.Asfall to the company”.
Well Done Agent
Agent Adrian Voitier
This is the type of agent the company will like to continue cultivating and developing, it is also nice to see that the agent has followed the company policy and training to the letter it is my recommendation that a golden star be awarded to him and he be placed on the company news letter as panama first agent of the month. Also I am extremely proud of my organisation and let this be an example of your credibility and professionalism any agent who is offered any type of funds in the line of duty be it be as a token of good fair or to solicit in negative activities please take agent Voilior and we will double what ever was offered to you. In this way we will maintain our client credibility at all times.
Well Done Agent
EBSL SPONSORS HERO III FOR THE GREAT RACE 2009
As EBSL GPS – Tracker Plus proudly continues to be the trusted GPS Provider for the Trinidad and Tobago Powerboat Association (TTPBA), EBSL wishes the best of luck to Hero III in the upcoming Carib Beer Great Race 2009. Look out for Hero III on Saturday 29th August. We wish them a safe journey!
EBSL Provides GPS Tracking for the Trinidad & Tobago Power Boat Association (TTPBA) - Great Race 2008
For the Carib Great Race 2008, the TTPBA will be introducing GPS (Global Positioning Systems) Tracking, provided by Executive Bodyguard Services Limited (EBSL).
EBSL has customized a GPS solution specifically for the TTPBA, separate to their standard GPS vehicle/asset tracking system. EBSL has supplied the TTPBA with their own branded dedicated server and their own branded tracking devices. The TTPBA fully owns and controls the system, allowing TTPBA officials to independently manage the system and monitor the boats and their respective speed at specific intervals at every event.
The TTPBA has selected one of EBSL’s best performing portable tracking devices that would be placed in each boat and would record precisely the location, speed and direction of travel for each boat throughout the race.
Each device has been tested and is designed to operate on a web platform. The TTPBA will simply login via a secure username and password through any standard web browser, giving them access to track each boat, monitor the speed, download historical reports showing the speed and km driven, which can be easily manipulated, sorted and assessed, and set geo fence and maximum speed limit notifications.
The system will give a “Birds Eye View” of the race on the Google Satellite Map and Virtual Earth Map, and its export function further makes it possible to upload the GPS recorded data to track on the more highly detailed and easily customised Google Earth Map.
The tracking device has proven itself to be highly accurate and reliable, even with the limitation of its reliance on GPRS connectivity by its network provider. One of its more impressive differentiating features that sets this system apart from the rest, is the internal memory in the tracking device. GPS tracking devices rely on constant GPRS connectivity for real time reporting, however, these tracking devices are equipped with an internal memory so that even when the there is no GPRS connectivity, the recorded data is still stored within the tracking device and automatically transmitted to the TTPBA/EBSL server and accessed when GPRS connectivity is regained. This has been proven time and time again with many individuals and companies who have put this feature to the test in the some of the most remote areas of Trinidad and Tobago.
The technical capacity of the TTPBA/EBSL system and because it works anywhere with GSM coverage, allows for the TTPBA to track boats not only in Trinidad and Tobago but throughout the world, and because it operates on open source software, this further permits future developments and advancements in the tracking system and its features. EBSL’s system has already been proven successful in Ghana and Suriname. With this new and improved GPS tracking system, we expect the Carib Great Race 2008 to be an even greater success this year, and for all the events to come.