Raise awareness and educate your community about the importance of safety during EMS Week, which is also the ideal time to honor and thank your Emergency Medical Services team for making every call count. We offer educational handouts and incentives, premium T-shirts and apparel, unique recognition gifts, and more safety awareness materials to help you plan a successful open house, memorable EMS Week, classroom visit, or special event.
Help rescue workers quickly find important medical information when every second counts! The plastic holder has a built-in magnet so it can be placed on the refrigerator and seen at once. The tri-fold file has space to fill in medical condition, medication, insurance information, emergency contacts and more.
Recipients can keep this important list of medical emergency signs right on their fridge. Signs include Fainting, Weakness, Sudden Dizziness; Changes In Vision; Coughing Or Vomiting Blood; and 9 more.
When placed on the fridge, this magnet provides ways to respond to emergencies that will help protect the community. Emergency Preparedness outlines six basic ways to respond before and during critical situations.
* Convenient way to pack lunch or leftovers * Oval-shaped container with clear base and colorful lid * Built-in, removable mini container for dressing or condiments * Included fork stores right in the lid * BPA-free; freezer-, microwave- and dishwasher-safe * Fits in Border Lunch Bag
* Pull and swivel holder to detach valet key * Weighty elegant, high polish silver tag
* Pull and swivel holder to detach valet key * Weighty, elegant, high polish tag, laser-engraved with our exclusive EMS design
Choose this distinctive ambulance-shaped magnet to remind community members of your name and services. With your personalized message, this flexible magnet makes a truly unique and targeted statement at health fairs, community seminars and more.
Pouch in magnet contains a card that provides crucial information on front and back for a medic responding to an emergency call. Includes Emergency Contacts, Allergies, Medical Conditions and Medical Date listings.
Inspired by the Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Systems Act of 1973, which sought to give all individuals equal access to emergency medical services, the first EMS Week was established in 1974, when President Gerald Ford declared a week in November to be "National Emergency Medical Services Week". Reestablished by The American College of Emergency Physicians in 1982, EMS Week was moved to October, then ten years later shifted to May in order to separate it from Fire Prevention Week.
EMS workers show dedication to their communities through service, and are some of the first people to answer the call in times of distress. During EMS Week, recognize your EMS professionals for their caring and commitment, and say thanks with useful gifts of appreciation as well as practical items perfect for on shift and off. You'll find lunch bags, drinkware, tech products, T-shirts, and more exclusive gifts displaying recognition themes including EMS: Every Call Counts and EMS: Serving With Pride.
EMS Week in May also offers a great opportunity to educate your community on emergency preparedness and the importance of safety. Host successful open houses with kits featuring popular items at special savings. Make your classroom visits memorable with Value Kits for grades K-6. These products offer great ways to teach kids about the vital role of EMS professionals and remind them to stay safe, from educational activities books and EMS helmets to bookmarks, stickers, pencils, tattoos, and more.
You can also help prepare every family in the community for critical situations with first aid kids, emergency preparedness handouts, and other safety reminders. Build visibility even further by adding your name to many of our educational items and incentives. It’s an effective method of promoting your EMS services and the 9-1-1 system, boosting responder morale, and recruiting volunteers. Whatever EMS products you need, Positive Promotions is ready to help you honor your Emergency Medical Service team and promote safety awareness, during EMS Week and all year long.