In Case of Emergency I.D.
Dear Survival Blonde,
What if I didn’t make it home tonight? Who would notify my family if I was in trouble? How can I provide 1st responders with medical info?
Although we hope you never actually need any of these, it is always best to be prepared.
You can get dog tags with your name, blood type and two emergency phone #s on them (Apologies to our brave military members. This is not meant to offend.).
If you have a serious medical condition, you can purchase a medical I.D. bracelet, (or necklace) like this one.
Mobile phones are great, as long as they’re working. Program your ‘In Case of Emergency (ICE)’ info into your lock screen. Read more about that here.
KEEP THIS NUMBER HANDY: The worldwide mobile Emergency Number is 112. We tested this for you. It will connect you to 911 if you are outside your coverage area. Locked keypad and all - it works.
Stay safe. Chill out. Go ICE your phone!