With an increasing demand upon business, schools, health and recreational facilities, and the
hospitality and airline industry to respond to medical emergencies, there is an acute need for
professionals who can provide not only initial planning services, but continue to oversee compliance
and employee training demands.
Risk Watch Systems licenses our comprehensive web-enabled emergency response planning, bloodborne pathogen exposure control and AED management software for use by qualified providers who will find the system sophisticated, yet easy to use and extremely adaptable as we continue to fully support and monitor your client’s compliance.
Your responsibility will include initial contact, planning assistance and local support. This is an ideal income opportunity for EMS professionals and a great adjunct for those already providing first aid, CPR and AED training and certification. For community EMS providers and medical care facilities it is a significant opportunity to network within the community and project your primary service.
Fire and EMT professionals, paramedics, nurses and physicians all have the qualifications and commitment to assist non-health care institutions in implementing an on-site emergency response plan that includes on-going support and compliance assurance. If you are interested in building your own business in this critical area of community service, contact our leasing associate for information and advice on developing your own business plan..
Community EMS providers are the trusted expert in medical emergency response and the obvious first choice when organizations look for professional assistance in developing their emergency response plan. By providing on-line response planning and compliance assurance you will network with the community, identify potential EMS site specific problems, and create a sense of good will while adding revenue to your bottom line.
Hospitals, emergency care centers, occupational medicine programs, independent occupational clinics and other medical professionals can now provide an important outreach to their community while networking with potential customers. By serving this important need you will remain in contact with a potential client base and the EMS delivery system. When your primary medical services are needed, your professional appearance will have preceded your customer’s need and your facility will be first in their thoughts.
Providers of first responder equipment and AED’s are often the first source that non-health care institutions turn to when seeking information on meeting regulatory standards. Now they can provide a qualified program of service to their clients. This program not only pays for itself, it is an income source since the software immediately notifies the provider of materials use and device expiration dates. This automatic notification identifies replacement needs that can be served quickly, effectively, and profitably.
“This is an ideal income opportunity for EMS professionals ...”
Community EMS Providers
Medical Care Facilities
Qualified Emergency Equipment Providers