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In Case of Emergency: An I.C.E. Card
February 20, 2008   
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There is no requirement under Polish law to carry any form of identification or other personal information even though every minute can be crucial in a life-or-death situation. An I.C.E. (In Case of Emergency) card can help medical staff by providing useful medical data such as prescribed medication or details about treatment the owner is receiving.

The Polish Red Cross I.C.E. card looks like a credit card. The card is personalized, has the bearer's first name and surname and the telephone numbers of three people who should be contacted in case of emergency. All you need do to obtain one is purchase a coded scratch card, log onto www.pck.org.ol/ice and type in your details. Your I.C.E. card will then be sent to you by post. The Polish Red Cross also handles company orders. For more information contact Magdalena Stefańska: magdalena.stefanska@pck.org.pl, tel.: 22 693 890 232.

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Promotion Department, Polish Red Cross, 14 Mokotowska St., 00-561 Warsaw, tel. (+48 22) 326 12 94, fax: (+48 22) 628 41 68
promocja@pck.org.pl
www.pck.org.pl
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