US Bureau of Labor Statistics provides detailed data on emergencies that occur in the workplace, public and at home. Think Safe’s First Voice patented Emergency Instruction Device (EID) was designed to ensure all these emergencies are addressed. The EID has an established history for helping to prepare for and manage these emergencies and ensure proper guidelines and protcol are followed, especially when there are multiple responders. The EID is designed for lay rescuer minimally trained individuals that need improved access to care reminders or improved refresher training tools.
The simple and easy-to-use touchpad gives direction on how to respond quickly and accurately with audible and visual instructions. The Yes/No buttons are used to answer questions asked until the EID can accurately give instruction on how to proceed and further treat the injured person from scene assessment to cleanup of the event. Be prepared in the event of a sudden emergency; limited or no first aid/CPR training necessary.
Data cards allow your EID to have strict adherence with any major training organization's protocols.
The EID offers twelve button options to guide the initial assessment through user feedback.
Upon powering on the EID, the user can select the desired language for instruction.
The EID asks Yes/No questions of the user determine to further assess the emergency.
Based on User feedback, the EID provides audio & visual instruction for the specific emergency identified.
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