Friday, March 27, 2009
This week's flooding of the Red River in North Dakota illustrates the effectiveness of planning and emergency response to incidents.
Here volunteers and National Guard Troops coordinate efforts to fill sand bags at the Fargo, North Dakota Dome to be placed out in the freezing cold blizzard conditions in the hopes of preventing even more damage to homes destroyed by the ice dam causing massive flooding.
This is a lesson to us all that you can be impacted by these events at times when you would least expect them. Time to take stock of our community and the kinds of disasters that could conceivably occur and consider what our response might be. We may not have many options in certain circumstances but to evacuate and hope you live in a community that still cares enough to work together for the common good.
Thursday, March 19, 2009
We have this well educated idea that we can vs impaired driving and make a difference in our community and of those around us. With this in mind, why don't you join us in our quest to save lives. We all know that "One more victim is just one too many!"
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Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Looking for ways to make sure your effort to promote ICE in your community gets the proper recognition?
We can place your organization's name or web address to the 2 x 2 inch stickers that you distribute to the public or within your company. Law enforcement, ems, fire, utility companies, nursing homes, wheelchair transports and local government and charities can all benefit from this simple addition.....you can only do it with this mark.
The application of this one line of text will not detract from anyone being able to readily distinguish the mark unlike those drug store vial adds. They have to promote their products while ICE4SAFETY can promote your organization.
So, do you still need convincing that ICE is suitable for your next community service project?
Let us know when you decide to move forward with your project and we can make it happen.
UPDATE 3-13-09: One business owner has realized he can reach out directly to 2000 customers for far less cost using this ICE Sticker printed up with his business web address.
This ICE Sticker will become a permanent reminder who the sponsor was and the goodwill it generates has already proven to drive business to the company website. The latest batch will go on to support an Ambulance Corp.'s ICE Program.
This shows how easy it is to get the attention of local business people who know a good marketing tool when they see one. Easy - Now Simple - Always Smart!
The first sponsored stickers are IN...and pretty awesome....and some new ideas have come about on how to provide public service agencies or groups cost effect means to promote ICE.....N'ICE!!!
Thursday, March 5, 2009
Brand New, large 8 x 8 inch square reflective weather resistant ICE Stickers for your ambulance, fire rescue, emergency action equipment, utility trucks, construction safety notice boards (EAP) or whatever other safety related use you had in mind!
If you want to prominently announce your ICE Program as you drive down the road - night or day? The 3M Scotchlite Reflective Sheeting Background makes "ICE" show up like it was back lit. This also removes any ambiguity as to whether your company has an Emergency Action Plan in place at your facility or job site and how it is represented.
Large enough to be seen for quite a distance but not too big to be obnoxious, the new weather resistant sticker is a useful tool to "umbrella" all the various EMS/Safety Related Icons and one that can be instantly remembered and located in an emergency (important).
ICE4SAFETY is right now working with EMS/Fire/Utility providers to initiate their own ICE Programs and will have these stickers professionally placed on rigs in plain sight. We have seen them on the vehicles and they look real sharp too.
You will see these made available online straight away. Need one in a hurry, just send us an email. We ordered a lot so you can pay less....$18 each.