This is our ‘get up and go’ SafeBuddy Code pack!
The Codes last for 48 hours giving you everything you need for short trips and meaning wristbands can be discarded quickly after use.
The other advantage of this pack is that the 3 phone numbers are not a permanent fixture and can change for every trip.
Tyvek wristbands are super strong and get used at festivals all over the world.
To remove them you may need a pair of scissors handy!
The Pack contains:
10 x Unique Reunite Codes
500 x High Quality Tivek Clear Wristbands
Note – Wristbands are clear of a code and have the message “If Lost Go To www.safebuddy.com” and will require personal input of the relevant code/s.
Process from purchase:
Initially you will receive by text your 10 Unique SafeBuddy Reunite Codes. Please keep these for use during registration.
NB. you will need to register each code prior to use.
Next you will receive your pack of wristbands with a leaflet expalining what you do next, but it is a very simple process:
- Goto SafeBuddyCode.com (you will be redirected to a landing page on Reunitecode.com)
- Click on ‘Register A Code’
- Choose your language and follow the instructions
- Choose 3 phone numbers to be contacted in case of alarm – it’s advisable that you discuss this with others to agree the best numbers to use (remember these are anonymous and unknown to the finder/helper).
The safebuddy codes pack is designed to make it easy for you to apply extra safeguarding to children when you are out with them on trips or at tournaments together.
Unfortunately children do wander off and get lost
With Reunite codes attached to their safebuddy wristbands the children will be able to seek help.
The bands can also be attached to other school items such as kit bags or each child could also add them to their backpacks.
There are many uses for SafeBuddy.
The finder will go on-line, go to the website and click on ‘found/emergency’ where they can enter a message, which will be recieved by the 3 nominated phone numbers.
From thereon a rendezvous can be arranged and the child returned to safety.