As a safety leader, you know the value of 10 minutes better than most.
You know exactly how many minutes, days and months of meticulous preparation go into crafting the perfect Emergency Response Plan – research, strategy, training, drills, community awareness initiatives, re-training, sourcing equipment, checking expiration dates, charging AEDs, the list goes on.
All that effort, so that if there's an emergency, the plan will be executed flawlessly in the 9-15 minutes it takes for professional first responders to arrive.
Save Time (& Save Lives) with the Mobilize Rescue App
We’d like to have a 10 minute phone call with you today, to learn more about your emergency response concerns and to see how the Mobilize Rescue App & kits could save you time on sourcing supplies, training employees, and can eliminate some of the stress safety leaders face to provide an effective public access bleeding control and CPR response program.
Call Now (or fill out the form at the bottom of this page): (585) 635 - 7260
Top 4 Reasons You Should Call Today:
-You want to save lives, and aren’t just concerned with being compliant
-You have a limited supplies budget, but don’t want to compromise on quality
-You have a limited training budget, or a small Emergency Response Team
Why Current Customers Love Mobilize Rescue
We will put you in touch with a Mobilize Safety Leader who has deployed the Mobilize Rescue App and Public Access Rescue Stations, so that you can hear first-hand why Mobilize Rescue Systems is the choice of thought-leaders in the safety community.
School Nurse & Extended Care Director:
"I teach my staff that they are my first responders. Often, they witness the incident and then call me. The Mobilize Rescue System gives my staff and our school community the tools to act efficiently.” - Amanda Williams, the School Nurse & Extended Care Director at Mary of Nazareth
"Medical emergencies can happen anytime, and schools need to be prepared. We believe that the Mobilize Rescue System will be a fantastic addition to our safety program, particularly in areas that are more susceptible than others during emergencies like in stairwells, shop classes, recreational areas, and our school buses.”Paul Alioto, Superintendent at Dansville CSD
University Chief of Police:
"We’re here to save lives, to protect and serve, and we have to find ways to preserve life until rescue gets there. People might get injured, but the app can walk someone through the process of bleeding emergencies and other critical emergencies until rescue can get there, and to the hands of medical experts to save their life.” - Sean Brammer, Chief of Police at Florida Atlantic University
"I don’t get too excited about first aid and safety products, because I’ve seen so many come and go. But this is an amazing design, and amazing tool that’s really going to help save people’s lives.” - Kerry Gunter, Safety Consultant and Founder of K-Safety