SAVE YOUR LIFE
I.C.E is the way for you to give first responders all the information they need in the event of an accident.
- All your vital information (blood group, allergies, next of kin contact)
- Sticks on the windscreen where the tax disc used to go
- Clearly visible for first responders to find
- Approved by emergency services
- Can be the difference between life and death
John Carpenter has launched the Icemergency Disc holder in Kent, which can hold medical and next of kin information.
This allows the emergency services and medical professionals to quickly understand the best course of treatment for persons injured in a road traffic incident (RTA) and or medical emergency, it will also alert the emergency staff quickly to peoples next of kin, allowing the quick contact of family members which can also alert medical staff to further medical information from the next of kin.
The discs also allow the emergency services, access to immediate information without worrying about going through their own technology or searching the car for a mobile phone saving valuable time, normally this information is gathered while you are on your way to the hospital.
Gov.uk figures show in the year ending September 2016 there were 1,810 road deaths, 25,160 killed or seriously injured (KSI) casualties and 182,560 casualties of all severities in the same year. This with a motor traffic level increase of 1.4 per cent compared with 2015.
I do feel the Icemergency disc will help with quicker treatment of all casualties and could save lives, but most of all the Next of Kin is contacted immediately and can be with their loved ones as soon as possible at the hospital bed side.
Let’s help the emergency services with their excellent work at present and with every purchase of the Icemergency disc holder you will give 25p to the much-appreciated Air Ambulance services.
Added peace of mind is only £4.99
I.C.E In Case of Emergency Disc
It’s unthinkable. But accidents do happen, and it’s vital that emergency services can easily get access to important information such as your name, date of birth, blood type, allergies and next of kin contact details. Mobile phones are often locked or password protected, so an I.C.E disc is the only way to both keep your information private, and have it available for those who need it. The paper disc folds and inserts into the I.C.E holder, which is placed in the same spot your disc used to go.
- 1x Disc holder
- 1x Cut-Out Information Booklet
- 25p Donation to Air Ambulance
- 100% Peace of mind
FREE Postage & Packaging
It’s easy, it’s simple, and it’s a life-saver.
- Order your disc and holder online
- We’ll post them to you within 5 working days
- Fill in your details, cut out your disc and fold it
- Place it into your holder, and stick it to the corner of your windscreen
I am a police officer with Kent Police and after attending numerous road traffic collisions, we try to gain information from people who aren't in the best condition. Having an I.C.E. disk is a great idea. This gives us vital information in a matter of seconds which allows the emergency services to effectively treat the casualty at the scene and allowing us, the police to inform the next of kin of the accident and the hospital they will be attending in a short space of time. I highly recommend investing in an I.C.E disk!SPC Shefford - Kent Police
The police can come across road incidents at any moment. The time factor in obtaining necessary information to help save life and informing a close one is essential to the work we do. Having a resourceful tool such as the ICEmergency badge would be beneficial in any situation.S/Sgt Proctor, Kent Police
I am a mother of two and if my husband or I was in an accident with the children in the car, then I would want the emergency services to inform me ASAP. The ICE disc gives the information of the next of kin and they can be informed immediately. This will be a great piece of mind and you can get to the appropriate hospital straight away.Mrs S Price, Teacher and mother, Kent
Being a student at Kent Uni I am away from home in Essex. If I had an accident in my car and was unable to communicate with the emergency services the ICE disc will give them the information required to inform my parents that I was on my way to hospital. What a great idea for keeping your next of kin informed.Miss Amie S, Kent & Canterbury University