I.C.E. (In Case of Emergency) is a simple idea that came from Bob Brotchie, a Paramedic in Britain in May 2005. He thought that everyone could put an ICE contact in their cell phones. I.C.E. tags used this concept and placed this contact information on a handy tag. You can order the I.C.E. tags as wallet cards(no hole), keychain tags(one hole), or shoe/helmet tags(two holes).
Having three children with medical conditions, and another with mild autism I think I.C.E. Tags are a great product to keep where my children are when I am not around. I personally chose to get most of the kid's I.C.E. tags made into the shoe/helmet tags that way they have two holes if I want to place them on their shoes but can still just use one to place on their backpacks...which is typically where they are. I also have one on my keychain. Our I.C.E. tags did not come with any rings or holders, so I used a spare keyring to place them on the kid's backpacks. The tags are made of a strong and sturdy plastic material(like a credit card). The information does not rub off or wear off and the card is flexible enough that you can bend it and it does not break. They are small enough to fit anywhere, and simple enough to ensure that a loved one is notified if needed!
I.C.E. tags are a simple idea, but put contact information out there easily so that it is available In Case of Emergency! You can purchase I.C.E tags by visiting http://www.iceincaseofemergency.ca/
disclosure: I received I.C.E tags for free to review. These are my personal opinions.