With the December holidays finally being upon us, many families are booking and embarking upon their holidays for a few weeks of rest, relaxation and fun. However, amidst the festive cheer, it's crucial to prioritise safety and protection, especially when it comes to travel.
In the world of air evacuation, where every moment counts, and precision is paramount, the choice of aircraft can make all the difference in life-or-death situations. Universal Air Evac has chosen the Learjet 35A to be a crucial part of its fleet, and beyond its impressive range and capability, there are compelling reasons why this sleek airframe stands out.
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World Patient Safety Day, observed annually on 17 September, was established by the World Health Organization (WHO). It raises awareness about patient safety issues and promotes global efforts to enhance healthcare safety. It serves as a reminder that medical care should not only be effective but also safe, engaging, compassionate, and patient-centred.
When every second counts, Universal Air Evac is there, ready to provide critical air ambulance services to those in need. Behind our successful missions lies a meticulous preparation process that ensures the highest level of care and safety for our patients.
As March dawns every year, the world spends a day celebrating International Women’s Day. This year, Universal Air Evac, an air ambulance company based in Lanseria, Johannesburg, marked the day accordingly. On 6 March 2023, the company opened its doors to a select few young women, currently studying for their nursing degrees, to illustrate potential career options in air ambulance services.
When it comes to taking that much-needed holiday or travelling overseas for business, preparation is key. One of the most important parts of travelling to another country is travel insurance. But, like all insurance, it is one of those things that are not only begrudgingly bought, but highly misunderstood.