Dolomiti Emergency is a non-profit organisation, whose aim is supporting and improving emergency methods and operations.
It provides members an insurance policy covering Italy and Europe.
Choosing DOLOMITI EMERGENCY is important because it reinvests
profits to achieve its aim.
SUPPORTING THE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE (telephone number118) OF THE LOCAL HEALTH UNIT ULSS DOLOMITI
and the emergency services connected (CNSAS and voluntary ambulance services);
PROMOTING INFORMATION AND EDUCATION
for a correct approach to the mountain environment;
STUDYING AND SHARING KNOWLEDGE
related to health emergencies and civil protection in mountain areas;
CONTRIBUTING TO THE SUPPLY
of materials and equipment for emergencies and first aid;
PROMOTING A PREVENTION & SAFETY CULTURE
as an essential element of mountain tourist operators;
PROVIDING VARIOUS SERVICES
to members in the framework of emergency situations and safety in mountain areas;
SUPPORT “FALCO” EMERGENCY AND CPR TRAINING SCHOOLS
in order to improve education related to handling of emergency situations.
The “REIMBURSEMENT OF AID AND TRANSPORT COSTS” policy covers the costs of searching for missing persons, aid, recovery and transport by whatever means, including the use of a helicopter (also in cases of death), within Europe, as long as it is arranged through the operations centre of the emergency medical service phone number 118 or similar aid-providers in Italy and Europe.
The insurance, starting from 12AM of the membership fee payment date, IS VALID FOR ANY ACTIVITY UNDERTAKEN BY THE INJURED PARTY AT THE TIME OF THE ACCIDENT.
The reimbursement will cover 90% of the sum requested, up to a maximum of €15,000.00 per year for interventions in Italy, €20,000.00 per year for interventions abroad, out of which €2,700.00 for medical expenses related to the intervention.
The “AMICO FEDELE” (“FAITHFUL FRIEND”) policy covers expenses for aid and transport of the insured, dog accompanying the member, both in the case of aid provided to the person and to the dog alone. These expenses fall into the insurance ceiling. Veterinary expenses related to the intervention are included as well, up to a maximum amount of €600.00 per year, with an excess of €100.00.