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Confident first aid with

Action-cards®

Many of us may be unsure of how to provide first aid in critical situations.

With Action-cards®, you have the necessary help at hand. Be ready to provide confident and quick first aid today.

ACTION-CARDS® FOR TEAM SPORTS

Action-cards® are robust and durable instruction cards with a step-by-step guide for confident first aid. Bring them with you when you practice team sports.

Prepare

Use Action-cards® to prepare yourself for first aid – for example, while taking a first aid course or by reading a card when you have a moment.

Act

Perform confident first aid if an accident occurs. Use Action-cards® as a support and guide for first aid.

Save lives

Preparing and performing the correct first aid increases the chance of saving lives.

Prevent

By scanning the QR code on an Action-card® after using it, you collect data that helps prevent accidents and save lives.

OUR CUSTOMERS KNOW BEST

What do Action-cards® for Team Sports contain?

Depending on your profession, different types of accidents can occur that require first aid. With this set of Action-cards®, you get a guide at your fingertips for the following situations:

 

  • Call 911
  • Lightning and thunder
  • Unconsciousness and CPR
  • Neck/back injury
    Concussion
  • Break with exposed bone — leg or arm
  • Sprain or possible break — leg or arm
  • Dislocated joint
  • Asthma
  • Heatstroke/sunstroke
  • Dehydration
  • Tooth injuries
  • Foreign object in eye
  • Minor injuries (incl. nosebleeds, smaller wounds and splinters)
  • Uncertainty regarding treatment

WHY ACTION-CARDS®?

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ONLY $92 USD

Action-cards® are tailored to your country, e.g. what number to call in case of an emergency.

First aid course with Action-cards®

We recommend that you buy your Action-cards®, read them, and register for a first aid course with us. That way, you get the most out of both your Action-cards® and your first aid course.

In the video, you can see how our first aid course proceeds with multiple first aid scenarios for training, here with the company Airtrix.

Sign up for a first aid course, without financial commitment, here:

What can a critical situation with Action-cards® look like?

Sam had been a youth coach at his new club for only two months when a terrible accident happened.

Nadal, who had just turned 15, was one of the club’s rising stars, just appointed to move up to the club’s first team.

The training was taking place on a Wednesday afternoon when Nadal fell over on the field.

No one had seen what had happened to Nadal, so everyone looked at each other, a bit confused.

Sam clearly remembered the European Soccer Championships in 2020, where Christian Eriksen had a cardiac arrest in the middle of the field.

Sam had been in the stadium with his family that day and watched it all from his seat in the bleachers. He therefore had no doubt that this could be serious.

Even though Sam hadn’t taken a first aid course since he got his driver’s license, he still felt ready to act, because his club had just bought Action-cards® for confident first aid.

He immediately grabbed a set of Action-cards® and ran toward Nadal while he yelled for his assistant coach, Julia, to come with him.

Sam looked up the Action-card® for “Unconsciousness and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR),” from which he calmly guided Julia through the various steps.

When they could ascertain that Nadal was not conscious and was not breathing, they immediately started CPR together, while Sam got a handful of the older players to help.

First, one player was tasked with calling 911. Another, who was sitting at the entrance to the sports facility, was tasked with retrieving the sports facility’s defibrillator, and a third was tasked with going out to the road so she could guide the ambulance onto the field. A couple of players were also given the task of clearing the field for players and spectators so Sam and Julia could concentrate their work on Nadal, and the younger people would not have to witness what might happen next.

Thanks to Sam and Julia’s quick response and correct efforts, Nadal survived unharmed.

DO YOU HAVE QUESTIONS?

With a first aid course, it sometimes can be difficult to remember all the details. With Action-cards®, you don’t have to remember all the details – we provide first aid information at your fingertips when you need it most!

The great advantage of Action-cards® is that they work wherever you are. With physical cards, you don’t have to be dependent on internet access, or logging in on a phone, app, tablet, or computer to get the help you need. They are also robust, and can withstand water, wind, weather, and hard shocks. 

Many people today use Action-cards®. We have provided Action-cards® to many sports facilities, schools, nurseries, shops, restaurants, factories, etc. For many years, pilots, the armed forces, the police, and the pre-hospital system have used Action-cards®. They do this precisely because they know that it can be difficult to remember important details in critical situations.

Yes, all the knowledge that you would normally have with a first aid instructor you now have access to all the time with your Action-cards®. Therefore, you can easily bring out your Action-cards® and train when it fits you best. Even 30 minutes of practice a few times a year can make a dramatic difference. That way, you can continuously keep your first aid routine sharp without it costing you more than the time you choose to spend on it.

We believe that you should do what you’re most comfortable with. We know many people find it difficult to remember what to do in emergency situations. Action-cards® help people who have to act in such situations. Pilots, the armed forces, the police, and those in the pre-hospital service use them, because they know how difficult it can be to remember important details in critical situations.

There is a QR code on each Action-card® to make your accident registration as easy as possible. In less than 1 minute, you can register an accident by scanning the QR code on the corresponding card – or register if you have trained or read an Action-card®. This can be valuable documentation for you or your organization in case of a lawsuit.

If you scan this QR code, you’ll immediately register what happened, where it happened, the time it happened, and what treatments were given, without you having done anything other than scan the QR code.

When you’ve scanned the QR code, you can add additional comments and pictures of the accident’s location, along with anything else that’s relevant documentation.

A good accident record is absolutely essential to be able to find the most cost-effective solutions for more safety in your company.

MEDICAL ADVISORY BOARD

The Action-cards® Medical Advisory Board, with their healthcare background, assesses the content of the Action-cards® that have healthcare elements in them.

Matt Schwarz 

MD Emergency Medicine

Matt is a medical doctor certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine. He received his residency training at Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn, New York, graduating in 2003. Since then he has worked in North Carolina, USA, and Whakatane, New Zealand.

Jacob Juul Jesen 

Chief doctor, Emergency Medicine

Jacob finished as an MD in June 2012 and was the first Dane to finish specialist training within Emergency Medicine. Currently, Jacob works as the chief physician in the largest region of Denmark (Midtjylland). Jacob is also a former soldier and diver in the Royal Danish Navy.

Harvey Yules

Medical Doctor

Harvey completed his medical studies at Southampton University, UK in 2011. After working for 5 years in various hospitals in the south of England, he moved to Australia to experience another healthcare system while working in rural Australia. His experience has led him to specialise as a General Practitioner in Western Australia.

Kim Heltø

MD Specialist in Anesthesiology

Kim is a specialist in anesthesiology and chief physician at the Department of Anesthesia, Surgery and Intensive Care, at Herlev Hospital. He acts as the main supervisor and function manager for trauma. Kim works as an emergency doctor and TEMS doctor at a fast response emergency medical vehicle.

Paul Peterslund

MD Intensive care

Paul Peterslund got his medical degree from the University of Southern Denmark in 2014. Since then, he has worked as a physician in intensive care medicine, anesthesia, infectious diseases, cardiology, emergency medicine, 3rd world medicine and psychiatry. He has experience with teaching doctors, nurses and laymen at SimC OUH and various other institutions.

Sunna G. Herrmann 

Intensive Care Nurse

Sunna is an intensive care nurse who specialises in neonatal and critical treatment of children up to the age of two years. Since 2011, she has worked with infant intensive care at Denmark’s most prestigious specialised hospital, the National Hospital of Denmark, where she completed a number of courses in acute nursing and first aid, including European Pediatric Advanced Life Support (EPALS).

Ali Asmar

Physician specializing in clinical physiology and nuclear medicine

Ali received his degree as a medical doctor from the University of Copenhagen. For the past eight years, Ali has worked as a physician, primarily in cardiology and clinical physiology. Ali also teaches future medical doctors at Copenhagen University.

Mikkel Sundstrup

Medical Doctor

Mikkel is a trained doctor who graduated from the University of Southern Denmark in 2010. He has worked as an orthopedic surgeon since 2011, primarily in trauma and emergency units. In addition, Mikkel teaches as a visiting professor at the medical school for orthopedic surgery. Mikkel’s background also includes being a sanitary group leader in the Danish Defense Command.