ICE

12 July 2005


Got a mobile (or a cell)? Why not fill out “in case of emergency” contact details and stick them under ICE

The idea follows research carried out by Vodafone that shows more than 75 per cent of people carry no details of who they would like telephoned following a serious accident.

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2 Responses

  1. Dave says:

    I.C.E. is a great idea but it is not enough…
    – What if your cell phone is lost or damaged in an accident?
    – What if you do not have a cell phone or have it with you at the time I.C.E. is needed?
    – What if your emergency contacts are not available when the First Responders try to call?
    – What if the buttons are locked?
    First Responders need more than just I.C.E.
    The Med Alert Card is more reliable than I.C.E. and provides more vital information.
    For more info visit: http://www.livingwillcards.com

  2. Fence says:

    Yes but your card costs money.

    I was tempted to delete this as SPAM, but I suppose it is relevant to the whole ICE debate.