Resident Alert Signs
“911, What is your emergency?”
Once this call is made, a cavalry of motion is set into action. Personnel are focusing their energies on your call.
Do they have enough information? Do they have the correct address? Are they rookies out with a senior partner for their first week? Do they need a signed warrant? Do they need an AED? Everyday our community heroes face these very questions.
They arrive at the scene. The first thing they do is to look around the entrance. You only have about five seconds for them to gather important information before they enter your home or business. Their adrenaline is pumping. Their training dictates their routine approach.
Is there critical information you want them to know before they enter?
By letting them know before they go inside, you can provide them with information that can make a difference between life and death. Within that short arrival window, you can help prevent a trauma from turning into a tragedy.
If the first responders are aware that special handling must be used for physical or mental challenges for a worker or resident, before they go in, you will have already made what could be a life saving impact.
Does not violate HIPPA confidentiality.
It does not make your home a greater target for crime.
It is durable Reflective Building code approved.
Critical information for a critical time.