Co-founder and owner Sean Carroll joined the Military at age 17, serving in the Royal Australian Corps of Signals as a Radio Operator. He was promoted to Corporal and was awarded a Commanding Officers Commendations for leadership.
In 1998, Sean deployed on peacekeeping service in PNG and shortly after returning was posted to Brisbane. He was put on a Combat First Aid (CFA) Course where he was first introduced to medical work.
He discharged from the Army and continued his working career as an Emergency Services Communications Officer with the Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS), working in the Ambulance Fire Communications Centre (AFComm) in Brisbane.
He quickly gained qualifications as a dispatcher and was awarded the Communications Officer of the year after just a few years in the position.
Sean became interested in what was happening outside of the Communications Centre and applied to be a Student Paramedic with the QAS.
Sean worked in Brisbane, the third busiest city in Australia, and the fourth largest ambulance service in the world. He and his wife eventually moved the family to the Sunshine Coast where he worked for the remainder of his service.
Sean resigned from the QAS and went to work for a company supporting small exploration teams throughout the Asia Pacific region. This was his dream job, working with such a highly motivated and positive company invigorated his passion for what he does.