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FCB Cape Town Highlights the Bravery of Emergency Medical Staff in New Campaign

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FCB Cape Town Highlights the Bravery of Emergency Medical Staff in New Campaign

The Western Cape Government (WCG) has launched two new videos focusing on the vital role its emergency medical staff (EMS) play on a daily basis.

Dispatched to administer emergency medical treatment to ordinary citizens who are injured – either accidentally or in an attack – and facing death, the EMS save countless lives each year. And yet they are often prevented from doing so.

Head of emergency medical services, Dr Shaheem de Vries, said: “EMS staff are faced with very difficult decisions every day – life and death decisions. For many in the emergency services, some of the bravest and most courageous of these decisions is also the one they make the most often. That is, the decision to come to work.

“This is as a consequence of what has become a daily threat to EMS providers who may, when responding to a call, be stabbed or shot at by criminals intending to rob them of any valuables they possess. It’s hard enough to deal with knowing that your decisions can make the difference between life and death, but to know that you have to make these decisions in a situation where you yourself could be at risk is virtually untenable.

“The EMS staff are incredibly brave people, and we and the citizens they serve, want to acknowledge and thank them.”

Created by FCB Cape Town, the videos are the latest in a series intended to influence behaviour.

“The injured person and the attackers are from the same community, which means that an attack on an EMS, is an attack on that community. We hope that – by telling the stories of real survivors – the perpetrators of the attacks, as well as the community at large, will come to understand that, when they attack the EMS, they are attacking their mother, their father, their brother or sister, daughter or son,” said FCB Cape Town chief creative officer, Mike Barnwell.


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Music

Music Production: Pressure Cooker House

Post Production / VFX

Post Production Company: New Creation Collective

Client

Advertiser: Western Cape Government (Health)

Production Company

Director: Felix Seuffert

Executive Producer: Anna Telford

Production Company: House Butterfly Films

Creative Agency

Account Executive: Teagyn Gracey

Art Director: Karabo Makena

Chief Creative Officer: Mike Barnwell

Copywriter: Amy Thompson

Creative Agency: FCB Cape Town

Managing Partner: Nadja Srdic

Producer: Julie Gardiner

Genres: Documentary, People, Storytelling

Categories: Health, Corporate, Social and PSAs

FCB EMEA, Tue, 04 Dec 2018 15:11:50 GMT