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Protect your children with students’ IDs December 5th, 2018

Protect your children with students’ IDs

Protecting children has to be everyone's top priority. Especially when it comes to educational centres, parents need to feel entirely sure their children are in safe hands. Whether it is in the school or on a field trip, it is very important to have all children’s data gathered in one place.

In order for this to be achieved it is vital to have one card where all student’s ID details are stored. Information such as picture, name, classroom, emergency contact, authorised people to pick-up, allergies, blood type, and medicine, should be stored all in one card, accessible for all caretakers of these children. That way many undesired situations that might put a child in danger can be avoided.

By a simple scanning of such an ID card, professors and other school members will be able to immediately know all the important information for each student. Imagine this. One young student with food allergies gets an allergic shock. Simply by scanning her ID card, the professors will know which medicine they should provide to the student and the whole vent will be solved within minutes without any risks. That is an ideal scenario for any educational center, which with today’s technology it can be applied very easily.

 

Looking for the ideal printer to create such student ID cards? 

With Zebra’s ID card solution schools and parents will be able to identify students, staff and parents and significantly increase the child's safety. Zebra’s complete solution, which consists mainly of the Dual Sided ZC300 Card Printer and the CardStudio V2 software is the ideal solution for printing the most secure ID cards for education centres. It is available in multiple languages, and it provides better customer service and added value and revenue to your organisation. Contact BlueStar to learn more about it!

SAMANTHA KALANY

Samantha is BlueStar's Digital Media Specialist, and the primary contributing writer for VartechNation. Previously, she has worked as a Public Relations Associate and a Social Media Manager.

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