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Canadian Motorcycle Students Get Lifesaving Helmet Accessory

The Canada Safety Council announced today that all participants at their Canada-wide motorcycle rider training programs will get a custom “Made in Ottawa” lifesaving Medical Data Carrier for their helmets. The Medical Data Carrier is a unique, bilingual, medical Information system that provides critical lifesaving data about the wearer as well as crucial family contact information in the event of an emergency. “We’re really excited to be able to add such a simple and effective safety tool to our rider kits,” said Jackie Barbe, Traffic Safety Program Coordinator at the Canada Safety Council. “Rider safety is always our number one priority, whether they’re getting on a motorcycle for the first time or gaining experience post-course. Being able to provide useful...

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LOCAL COMPANY PARTNERS WITH SAFER ROADS OTTAWA TO TAKE ROAD SAFETY TO NEXT LEVEL

Kicking off National Road Safety Week, Medical Data Carrier will provide life saving information to first responders Ottawa, ON [May 13, 2014]– In conjunction with National Road Safety Week, Medical Data Carrier (MDC) is proud to announce a new partnership with Safer Roads Ottawa to enhance the safety of anyone wearing a helmet who may be involved in an accident. Ottawa is Canada’s fourth largest city and one of the 10 most congested cities in the country. The number of cyclists and motorcyclists sharing the city’s streets and roadways is increasing dramatically as people turn to alternative modes of transportation. When cyclists are involved in an accident, what is done by those first on the scene can be a matter...

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MDC on "Le Show de Moto"

Thank you and Merci to "Le Show de Moto" for featuring Medical Data Carrier during a segment of their show (Season 7, Episode 2). Medical Data Carrier is mentioned at 21:18. Originally posted on: http://www.leshowdemoto.tv/?p=2280

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Duty of Care to Employees includes Medical Data Carrier

Defining an employer's duty of care - from Acas We often talk of an employer's 'duty of care' to their employees. But just what does this duty consist of? Employers have a duty of care to their employees, which means that they should take all steps which are reasonably possible to ensure their health, safety and wellbeing. Demonstrating concern for the physical and mental health of your workers shouldn't just be seen as a legal duty - there's a clear business case, too. It can be a key factor in building trust and reinforcing your commitment to your employees, and can help improve staff retention, boost productivity and pave the way for greater employee engagement. Legally, employers must abide by...

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5 Championships in One Season for Medical Data Carrier

Round 7 Fast 25 and Open Supersport were both very successful even though the wind was making near impossible to ride at a fast pace. Both races put me on top of the podium. Round 7 Superbike finale - Jason Kolmatycki had been sitting out all of his races throughout the day in anticipation of his last chance at a Superbike win. I knew that it was building into another race like last years drag out battle that decided the championship. Royce Mclean was unable to make this race so it left Jason and I to sort it out. I had a fantastic launch and I was able to get the inside line on Jason. I lead the first 8...

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