If an accident occurs or someone suddenly falls ill, then fast, professional help may be completely crucial for survival. But sometimes it takes too long for an ambulance to arrive at the scene. Sometimes serious incidents happen on aircraft, passenger ferries or in other locations that may be difficult to reach rapidly. That’s why we need the IRO – the International Rescue Organization.
Everyone who has completed some form of medical training can become a member of the IRO. Using today’s technology, those IRO members who are closest to the location where a person or people need help, can quickly be called to the scene. The more members there are, the greater the assurance of having access to help – everywhere.