Our Emblem


Meaning of the ERRC emblem:

Star of life (at the centre of the emblem)

The Star of Life is a blue, six-pointed star, outlined with a white border which features the rod of Asclepius in the center, internationally, it represents emergency medical services (EMS) units and personnel.

​Florian Cross:  Saint Florian  (died ca. 304) is a Christian saint, and the patron saint of Linz, Austria; chimney sweeps; soap makers, and firefighters. It is  a symbol of Honor, Courage, and Dedication

​Maltese Cross:  The Maltese cross, is identified as the symbol of an order of Christian warriors known as the Knights Hospitaller or Knights of Malta, and through them came to be identified with the Mediterranean island of Malta, of which it is a national symbol. The four arms traditionally represent: Faith, Justice, Temperance and Fortitude. The eight points traditionally represent Chivalric values: Observation, Tact, Resource, Dexterity, Sympathy, Perseverance, Discrimination and Explicitness. The Maltese Cross is depicted in the colours of the national flag of Malta

Official motto of the the Emergency Response and Rescue Corps:

Striving for the safety of others.