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Custom Pages For Running Clubs
As the focus on health and safety constantly increases, running and athletics clubs across the UK are making it essential for members to carry In Case of Emergency (ICE) information with them. They not only offer peace of mind that the emergency services can contact the casualty’s next of kin in an accident, but they can also display vital information about allergies or health conditions that might be crucial in treating the wearer. At ICEtags we offer a printing service that can be tailored to your running club. Your ICEtags can be printed with your club logo and colours on one side ..
Keep Safe Cards for People with Disabilities
The Keep Safe scheme is a card project in Northamptonshire that aims to help those with disabilities get the help they need in situations where, without a Keep Safe card, it might be difficult for them to communicate their problem. The project began in 2011 but has recently undergone a relaunch as Northamptonshire Police and Northamptonshire Learning Disabilities Partnership Board are trying to increase the number of card users in the county. The Keep Safe Cards are aimed at people with a disability or mental illness, or those that may be vulnerable at times during their daily activities. T..
Eight fab uses for mini tags!
Mini tags are great for carrying critical ICE (In Case of Emergency) information, as you already know. But we’ve been surprised and delighted to learn just how useful they can be in other ways too. And that got us contemplating… why? What is it about mini tags that makes them so versatile? This is what we came up with… Mini tags are: Durable Easy to attach Waterproof Light Able to hold all types of information With that sort of flexibility, it’s no surprise, we realised, that we’ve had quite a diverse mix of requests recently from businesse..
What would happen to your pet if you had an accident?
It’s not a question one thinks to ask… but it does need asking. And there are actually two scenarios one needs to consider. Firstly, what happens if you’re in an accident and your pet is with you. And secondly, if you’re in an accident and your pet has been left at home. Either way, it’s worth considering carrying information about your pet on you at all times. Give the emergency services a chance to ensure they are looked after during a crisis. An ICEtag for you Consider this: You have a pet, and you pop out to the shops. An act of misfortune causes you..
I spy an ICEtag on your helmet…
An ICEtag? We hear you ask. Really? Yes…or more specifically it’s a Vital ID tag. If you’re the sporty type and you’re regularly out cycling, climbing, or risking life and limb in some other capacity, you’ll know that safety is important. You’ll already be taking precautions to prevent injury – such as wearing a helmet – but there are other things you need to consider too in the event that you have an accident. Make it easy for people to help you… When someone comes to your aid, whether it’s a friend or a medic, giving them..
In Case of Emergency - How Your Smartphone Can Save Your Life
Here at ICEtags HQ we do believe passionately that you should take every care to ensure that, in the unfortunate event of an accident, that you can be identified easily and quickly and that your next of kin can be identified and contacted quickly. Did you know that it takes on average 8 hours for the emergency services to identify an individual without any form of ID on them – now that is a terribly bad way of using the already stretched resources of the emergency services. In Case of Emergency - How Your Smartphone Can Save Your Life We create ICEtags (In Case of Emergency tags &n..
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