Surviving & Thriving in Times of Change

As a first responder you’re under greater stress than ever before and that makes switching off at the end of each day almost impossible. Axon wants to help you to slow down in this particular time and thank you for keeping everyone in Australia safe.

We are offering all first responders the world-leading sleep app, Pzizz for free!
By registering below, get your free access code to Pzizz, the leading sleep app designed to bring great sleep to the world through a mix of music, voiceovers and sound effects.

On behalf of Axon Australia, thank you for all that you do.


Professor Damian Hughes combines his practical and academic background within sport, organisational development and change psychology, to help organisations and teams to create a high performing culture. The author of eight best-selling business books, in 2010 Damian was appointed as a Professor of Organisational Psychology and Change for Manchester Metropolitan University.

Currently serving as a member of the coaching team for Scotland Rugby Union and Canberra Raiders, Damian’s innovative and exciting approach has been praised by Sir Richard Branson, Muhammad Ali, Sir Terry Leahy, Sir Roger Bannister, Tiger Woods, Jonny Wilkinson and Sir Alex Ferguson.

Sign up today

Use the form below to register for your Pzizz code. The code will be sent to you via email**

“Sleep is important for everyone, but especially first responders. When stress is mounting and situations become difficult it’s hard to keep taking care of yourself and staying healthy. That’s why we’re incredibly excited here at Pzizz to partner with Axon to give police the support they need to sleep better at night, so they can perform their best during the day.”

Rockwell Shah (Pzizz CEO) 

**please note this is intended for first responders only and therefore
requires you to login with government issued credentials


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