Although this product was designed for wearers of ballistic vests and body armor, it can be worn and carried by virtually anyone. The 3X4 pocket version allows much more versatility to bring with you everywhere. The Emergency Information Card has a variety of information options that you select. These selected options act as your voice in the event of an accident, incident, or injury.
The information imprinted on the card will assist first-aid responders and medical personnel in making important tactical and medical decisions about your care. When time and information counts, the Emergency Information Card created by Tact-Med Info, LLC is there to help you in your time of need.
Product Patented - U.S D817,393.
These cards save medical first responders critical time on scene. Every second counts and these cards buy you some time. You carry a TQ, maybe a trauma kit, wear your vest, but are you communicating life saving medical info to the medics who are working desperately to save you? The info provided on these cards are overlooked by even that most tactically sound Officers. These cards are a essential part of your emergency contingency plan.
These cards are well printed and the bag is sturdy enough to protect the card being stuffed in a sweaty vest. Reasonable priced, essential, and from a company driven by saving lives over making profit alone.
My order came in great condition! Well packaged in a water and tear resistant packaging so my products were protected. This is my first order, but I will definitely order from Tact-Med again!
Contains pertinent information and the drawstring makes it obvious where the information is kept. Reasonable price and they threw in some extras for me - VERY generous!
This is legit one of the best pieces of gear I didn’t know I needed. Every LEO, Fire fighter, and Military member should have one.
On 09/06/2020, I was working a presence detail in hot southern California with temperatures over 110. During, I was wearing my issued under uniform vest and my duty gear. However, I lost a lot of sweat and electrolytes throughout the day. Later in the evening, I felt dizzy and nauseous and collapsed on the ground. I lost consciousness for about 2 minutes but I had a few volunteers, a deputy, and a community service officer rushes over to me when I fell on the ground. In my vest, I had my Tact-Med Info Card in the event I had a medical emergency. However, I got conscious back and never needed to use the contact on the card. However, it was nice to know I have the Tact-Med Info Card with me if something happened and my contact list needed to be notified. Best product I have ever bought for duty use.