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Put ICE Numbers in Your Teen's Cell Phone
Published: Wednesday, March 28, 2012

By: Staff Writers

If your teen is hurt in an accident and rescue workers need to contact someone, they will go to your child’s cell phone and look up an entry for “ICE.”. This stands for “In Case of Emergency”. Make sure your kids have all entered ICE along with your phone numbers in their cell phones. You may want to have them enter several numbers:

ICE - Dad at work
ICE - Mom at work
ICE - Dad's cell phone
ICE - Mom's cell phone
ICE - Home

...etc.

With ICE entries emergency workers can reach you where ever you may be. You can never know when emergency contact will be needed. Don’t assume the need will never occur!

 

Also consider the DRIVER'S I.C.E. PACK available in our Safety Store

This great booklet to keep in the car covers important areas such as:

 

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY

 

  • Personal Information – Your Personal Information (Including Medications, etc) In Case of Emergency
  • Emergency Contacts – Your Personal Contacts In Case of Emergency

 

 

ACCIDENT INFORMATION

 

  • WHEN AN Accident Occurs – Check list
  • After an Accident – Check list

 

 

GETTING PULLED OVER BY AN OFFICER

 

  • Do’s – What to DO when you are being pulled over by an officer
  • Don’ts – What NOT to do when you are being pulled over by an officer
  • Getting Pulled Over on a Deserted Road – Do’s and Don’ts

 

 

 

 










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