Who are First Responders?
The first person to arrive at an emergency or accident scene is known as the first responder. Police officers, paramedics, firefighters, and emergency personnel are usually the first to report to the scene. They help the injured and arrange for medical care. They are real-life superheroes!
A certified first-responder undergoes training so that they can provide efficient medical care to the injured. First responders are responsible for pre-hospital care and ensure that the victim is taken to a nearby hospital as soon as possible.
A first responder must be effectively trained to handle various emergencies such as accidents, natural disasters, medical emergencies, or terrorist attacks. A first responder should be mentally and physically fit to take on the pressures of this profession. The ongoing COVID19 pandemic has posed a severe challenge to first responders and medical personnel who are constantly at risk of contracting an infection.
Emergency Communication for India
India has been largely unorganized when it comes to emergency response and medical services. The congested roads, lack of internet connectivity, and lack of training have resulted in the country having the highest number of fatalities due to accidents.
QRLifeCare is the first hybrid emergency communication system built for India. You can register on the system and have all your medical records in one place. Easy access to medical data such as: Medical history, Emergency Contact Numbers, Personal info relevant to medical care, and emergency funds can save precious time and enable your doctor to treat you quickly and efficiently.
The QRLifeCare system sends out alerts to the nearest first responder and ambulance in case you are in an emergency. To register, click here: QRLifecare: Emergency Response Communication Platform | Emergency contact information
A few minutes can one day save your life!