Latest In case of emergency Stories

2015-05-04 08:29:44

SOUTHLAKE, Texas, May 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Parents of teens and young adults are all too familiar with the worries and the what-ifs that come with having a young driver traveling alone or

2015-03-09 08:30:09

SOUTHLAKE, Texas, March 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Risk is the name of the game in the insurance industry, but ICE Medical Cards (www.ICEMedicalCard.com)

2014-11-25 23:12:21

The event at the Heart Institute at East Carolina University provided the attendees the opportunity to hear about emerging trends in hospital security from BeSafe's COO. Greenville,

2014-11-13 23:13:25

Program will provide fingerprint scanners at no-cost to first responders and free 30-day access to MedicAlert® services for community members who want their health information immediately

2014-09-08 23:09:00

The app lets users securely access their phone contacts via the internet, so a lost phone or dead battery is no longer a problem.

2014-06-16 08:32:37

Industry Leader Reports Schools in Michigan, Washington and Massachusetts First to Deploy Rave Panic Button; School Officials Hail Solution for Ability to Speed Response to Active Shooters and other

2014-05-01 08:44:23

Dispatcher is Honored with SmartSave Award for Using Smart911 to Relay Vital Medical Details as EMS Responded to Man in Distress HOUMA, La., May 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On the morning

2014-04-01 23:02:02

Widely Adopted Dynamic Emergency Preparedness Guides Available to Northwest’s Students, Faculty and Staff via In Case of Crisis Mobile App Herndon, VA (PRWEB)

2014-03-12 23:28:25

The Diminuto iPhone Wallet Case is a one-of-a-kind wallet that doubles as a case for iPhone 4 and 5. MIAMI, FL.

2014-03-06 12:31:10

Telecommunicators Honored with SmartSave Award by Smart911 in Recognition of Their Efforts to Effectively Dispatch Police to Correct Location of a Stranded Motorist LAWRENCEBURG, Ky.,

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