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Author: No Bull Communications
ISBN13: 978-0974426709
Title: Dialing 911: Driving Emergency QwikGuide
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Publisher: No Bull Communications (October 2003)
Pages: 16

Dialing 911: Driving Emergency QwikGuide by No Bull Communications

The "Family Emergency QwikGuide" distills mountains of official materials into a nutshell of crucial facts about coping with fire, earthquake, power blackout, hurricanes, thunderstorms, floods, chemical incidents and terrorism

So there are various reports of OP5 rebooting upon calling 911 and then some other users also chimed in with their experiences. When you call 911, the carrier's system recognizes it as a valid emergency number, and instead of establishing a call between two clients (you and the other party), it creates a priority line to the emergency services handling that specific number. Think of it as an e-mail alias that has automatic highest priority.

Other Safe Driving Topics Select a Topic Preparing to Drive Basic Driving Maneuvers Defensive Driving Basics Distracted & Impaired Driving Driving in Hazardous Conditions Driving in Emergency Situations Understanding Right of Way Common Traffic Signs Vehicle Maintenance Common Causes of Car Crashes. Don’t be the driver on the side of the road in need of emergency services.

Emergency 911 Dialing. Written by Jasmine Robinson on April 5, 2017. Traditionally, SMCCCD has required those dialing 911 on District phones to dial 9 for an outside line, resulting in 9+911. We would like to eliminate the preceding 9 to simplify and standardize emergency dialing. We have, however, tried this in the past and the false alarms and misdials required us to rollback. Starting April 3rd, 2017 we will reinstitute a straight 911 dialing scheme.

Unified Communications & Callmanager info. Using an analog line for 911, Emergency calls at remote sites. If your company sends all calls out a central location (. the HQ), then you may have problems when someone at a remote, satellite office makes an emergency call. You don’t want emergency responders go to the wrong address because of a mis-configured phone system.

Making an emergency 911 call from a locked iPhone Imagine that you’ve come upon a person collapsed on the street, holding an iPhone. Reaching for your own phone to dial 911, you discover that your battery is dead. Don’t worry - as long as the victim’s iPhone has a charge, you’ll still be able to make an emergency call. From the lock screen, swipe right to unlock, then tap on the word Emergency that appears in the lower left corner of the screen. From there, you’ll be able to make an emergency call. For our readers who are outside of the USA, your country may use a different emergency dialing code. Setting up an emergency medical ID card on your iPhone In case of an emergency, having contact information and a list of conditions you have or medications you take can make a big difference in the effectiveness of treatment by medical professionals.

The "Driving Emergency QwikGuide" provides vital information until now unavailable elsewhere in one place. It covers vehicle accidents, mechanical breakdowns, tire blowouts, car fires, driving in rain, hailstorm, fog, tornado, flood, earthquake, cold and hot weather. It also addresses SUV driving and car emergency kits. It contains an accident checklist and road emergency reporting advice. It is concise, practical, easy to use, durable, and even washable. Keep it in your car door pocket or glove compartment.