We believe students, staff, and faculty shouldn't have to make life-or-death decisions during unthinkable medical emergencies. If there's an accident at a sporting event, a medical emergency on a field trip, or even an act of violence in the classroom - the Mobilize Rescue System will show every single person in your school how to manage critical medical emergencies while EMS is en route - even if they don't have medical training.
Place a Comprehensive unit in your main office, nurse’s office, or next to AEDs so that your staff will be prepared to manage severe bleeding, cardiac arrest, seizures, choking, hypothermia and other emergencies.
Place a Public Access Rescue Station next to AEDs and distribute the Mobilize Rescue App to students, staff, faculty, and parents so that everyone will be prepared to manage severe bleeding, cardiac arrest, seizures, choking, and hypothermia.
Place a Compact unit on school buses, in classrooms, and with emergency response team members so that bystanders with the Mobilize Rescue App will be prepared to manage severe bleeding, cardiac arrest, seizures, choking, and hypothermia.
Empower your employees to become Mobilize Leaders: safety champions and experts on how to use the Mobilize Rescue App and live-saving supplies to manage critical medical emergencies while the ambulance is on the way.
K-12 Active Shooter Events & School Shootings
According to the FBI, there were 37 K-12 Active Shooter events during 2000 - 2017; according to the Gun Violence Archive, in accidental and intentional shootings combined since 2012, 438 people were shot in school shootings and 138 were killed
According to the CDC, more than 12,000 people between 0-19 years of age die from unintentional injuries each year; according to John Hopkins, more than 775,000 children under age 14 are treated in hospital emergency rooms for sports-related injuries each year
According to the CDC, the number of children between the ages of 1-17 admitted to hospitals for opioid overdose nearly doubled to 1,504 patients between 2012 and 2015
Seizures, diabetic emergencies, allergic reactions, and asthma are all causes for concern for educators in the United States
"The Mobilize Rescue System is the perfect addition to our campus safety program and will help ensure that we respond properly to the emergency medical needs of our students, employees and visitors.”Rick Sullivan | Vice President of Operations
6 Mobile units | Near Emergency Response Staff
86 Compact units | On Every School Bus
500+ Mobilize Rescue Apps | For bus drivers, staff, and faculty
2 MobilizeNOW Events | Familiarization training for bus drivers