Did you know that in the world the children die from heat stroke while locked in a car?
In 2013 in the United States, 43 people, mostly young children died in the same conditions. And since early 2014, we already have 13 similar victims.
Tragedies caused by distraction or unconsciousness
However, since the beginning of 2014 , the resqme ® tool has demonstrated its usefulness in such cases, helping to save the lives of seven people, including six children rescued in dangerous situations : three in the United States, three in Israel and two in Malta.
Most cases have involved children left alone locked in vehicles under extreme heat. With the resqme tool in hand, rescuers, even good Samaritans intervened to get these young children out, breaking the side window of the car in which they had been forgotten.
Throughout the world, there is unfortunately not a year that passes without an incident where we hear of such tragedies caused by distraction or unconsciousness of some parents, having no idea of the risk they pose beings to their children and pets.
What is hyperthermia?
This is the local or overall temperature rise of the human body above the normal value (98 ° F ), due to the accumulation of exogenous heat .
In humans, there is a risk of irreversible brain damage or death, beyond 106.5 ° F.
The temperature rise in a vehicle interior has been the subject of many studies. It certainly depends on the outside temperature and the amount of sunshine, but also the color of the body and that of the interior.
Anyway , in direct sunlight, if the outside temperature is set at 80 ° F , the temperature inside a vehicle will average more than :
o 98.6 ° F after 10 minutes
o 107.6 ° F after 20 minutes
o 113 ° F after 30 minutes
o 116.6 ° F after 40 minutes
o 118.4 ° F after 50 minutes
o 122 ° F. After one hour
Note that a window ajar will not change the temperatures much!
resqme advice : Learn lifesaving
With over ten years of experience in the field of road safety, and in collaboration with world-renowned experts, the company believes ResQMe is useful today and has launched an alert towards the approach of summer, and wishes to provide tips and tricks to all motorists.
To avoid hyperthermia in a vehicle, two valuable pieces advice:
1 – NEVER LEAVE A CHILD unattended
2 – NEVER LEAVE AN ADULT without its remote for unlocking3 – ANOTHER RECOMMENDATION Under high heat, do not hesitate to approach the car to inquire about the status ofpeople or animals sitting confined inside.
When in doubt, immediately contact emergency assistance, and if their condition allows, help people or animals trapped in the car to get out, by the doors, tailgate or even sunroof.
Beware though: more and more models have deactivation system inside handles, while transforming the interior into a safe unescapable even by those who remained on board. It will be necessary to break a side window.
Featuring a built in striker hammer, a tool such as resqme ® “save me” is perfectly named . In addition, the blade also helps cut jammed seatbelts.
Most users of resqme consider it now as their guardian angel . They reassure themselves by thus keeping it at hand, always available on their keys orhanging on the sun visor or rear view mirror of their car.
Prevention is the cure! All professional experts in road safety advocate to bring such a survival tool, as resqme .
In addition, manufactured in the United States, this little tool is sold in 8 different colors, and is available on Amazon and Ace Harware for less than 10 Dollars.
What do you want to equip and to give to your loved ones?
The Worldwide Day of Awareness begins in early June and every country in the world shows how important this day is.
Too many people die or are injured each year in accidents on railroad crossings. several objective observations show that this is rarely a railway problem, but more often a problem of behavior of other road users, pedestrians, motorcyclists, drivers etc …
Compliant signaling to traffic and basic common sense would significantly reduce the number of accidents.
With the success of the Road Safety Day at crossings organized in France for the first time in June 2008 at the initiative of RFF ( Réseau Ferré de France ), 28 European countries met in 2009 and more than 40 in 2010 to create a day of prevention aimed primarily at crossings.
Lifesaver ‘s mission in the U.S. is to promote safety and prevent collisions, deaths and injuries at railroad crossings and on railway property. A national network of volunteers provides free presentations on rail safety.
Listen to Operation ” LIFESAVER USA” by Helen Sramek .
Discover this year’s mini-documentary in English “ Saving Lives at Railrod Crossings – A price too high to pay”
The resqme team invites you to watch this video translated into French: the railrod crossings, a priority for lifeAnd for even better prevention, the resqme team advises you to provide a tool for road safety in your car.
When seconds count…™
Source: http://www.securite-passageaniveau.fr/la-journee-mondiale/ et http://www.ilcad.org/ILCAD-2014.html