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This app with give you a rigorous foundation to begin your career as an EMT. Its simulated exam questions will assess your knowledge on all aspect of EMS care, including: EMS Operations, Pediatrics and Obstetrics, Trauma, Medical, Cardiology, and Airway and Breathing. Our comprehensive answers and explanations will serve to reinforce and expand that knowledge, helping to bridge the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical patient application.
The intuitive Study Mode interface allows you to track your progress through the application and return to difficult questions during your review. Test mode allows you to take the course as a sample EMT-Basic or First Responder exam and quickly review the questions and areas in which you may need extra help.
About Upward Mobility
Upward Mobility creates high end professional education content for management development and test preparation, and makes it available through mobile apps. Our goal is to keep learners engaged with a mix of wit, humor, and actionable takeaways while meeting our customer’s educational needs.
We are a double bottom line company that is committed to education in the developing world. Some of the profits will be used to deploy education via mobile phone in emerging countries to improve their total factor productivity growth.
The calculation portion performs several often used calculations for hose pressure, water needs and hose flow. The calculations it supports are:
Hose Friction Calculation
Required Pump Pressure Calculation
Fire Flow Calculation (NFA)
FireFlow Calculation (Iowa)
NFPA 1231 Water Supply Calculation
Nozzle Reaction Calculation
Fog Nozzle Reaction Calculation
Nozzle Flow Calculation
The Placards section provides images of the various USDOT Hazardous Materials Transportation Placards from Code of Federal Regulations, Title 49, Transportation.
Included are images from all Class 1-9 placards. After clicking on the placards, the text description that applies to each placard is provided as well.
Whether you are looking for a fast, accurate decoder for placards you see in the field or you are trying to quiz yourself so you know the values cold off the top of your head, this simple app is for you.
With a placard in front of you, tap the colored squares to dial in the values you see and then press Decode to get the hazard details. Or, press and hold a square to see a cheatsheet on the values for that particular hazard class.
You'll never need to guess about a hazmat placard again. It's that simple!
- #1 Knot Reference in 75 Countries*
- Included in Scouting Magazine's "Ultimate List of Scouting Apps" and featured in the Trek Tech section of the Sep/Oct 2012 issue.
Product Features and Functions
- 94 unique knots with new ones added frequently
- Localized for: English, Chinese, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish!
- Browse by category or search by name, common synonym or ABOK #
- Supports landscape and portrait modes as well as fullscreen (Zoom in on a knot to see greater detail)
- Watch knots tie themselves and pause or adjust the speed of the animation at any time
- Rotate knots in 360 degree, 3D views to study them from any angle with a swipe of a finger
- Interact with the knot on screen via mult-touch gestures such as pinch-to-zoom and swipe to tie/untie.
- Installable to SD Card
- 100% self contained -- NO INTERNET OR OTHER PERMISSIONS REQUIRED!
- Completely Ad Free
The entire list of knots can be found here:
Superb in every way - 5 Stars!
I'm a fairly handy guy (surgeon) and rely on several knots in my practice. Nevertheless I'm pretty hopeless at learning new knots and remembering them, even though I'm a sailor and do some fishing. Knots 3D is the answer. I love every aspect of the app.
Great App - 5 Stars!
I have 4 knot apps, and I use this one the most. As a firefighter rope skills are a must and this app helps keep me "knot prepared". The zoom and step through the knot using finger gestures is real handy. The author updates this app with new knots often. I recommend this app.
* As per appfigures.com on 9/11/2012
If you are just looking for a fast, accurate tool for hazards identification based on the NFPA safety diamond or you are trying to quiz yourself till you’ve memorized the hazard diamond values cold, you may want to look at our Hazmat Placards app.
BUT, if you also want to have a record of where specific hazards are found, this is the app for you.
With a placard in front of you, tap the colored squares on the image of the NFPA hazard diamond to dial in the values for each section and then press Decode to get the hazard details. (Or, just press and hold a square to see a cheatsheet on the values for that particular hazard category.)
If this is a placard you want to be able to locate again later, press Save, use the Map button to record the current location (or adjust it if you aren’t right in front of the placard), and save the placard for later reference.
If you ever need to see where placards are near you or get an overview of where several hazmat diamonds are in relationship to one another, use the My Placards button to pull up a list of all the placards you’ve recorded. Press Show All and see the placards displayed against a map. Zoom in or out to see precise locations or get the big picture.
Because firefighters are often the first responders to people in critical conditions, firefighters may provide many other valuable services to the community they serve, such as:
Emergency medical services, as technicians or as licensed paramedics, staffing ambulances;
Defensive Hazardous materials mitigation (HAZMAT);
Community disaster support.
Fire risk assessments
There are specialized area of fire and rescue operations that are considered special operations. These areas may require schools and classes to be attended for subject specific training.
A hose team training to fight an aircraft fire aboard a US aircraft carrier, 2006
Wildland fire suppression;
Search and rescue;
Offensive Hazardous materials technician (HAZMAT);
Shipboard and military fire and rescue;
Tactical paramedic support ("SWAT medics");
High angle rope rescue;
Swift water rescue.
Confined space rescue
Cold water rescue
- Search hazardous substances (UN number)
- ERI-Cards ("Emergency Response Intervention Cards") provide guidance on initial actions for fire crews
- Information about hazard identification numbers (Kemler number), Hazchem Emergency Action Codes (EAC), Packaging groups, Transport category and Tunnel codes
- Classification and labeling summary (including GHS)
- No internet connection required
This is the first version of this app. This is just a start. Sorry if I missed out on some good ones. If you have any other resources that you find beneficial email me and I can add them. I will continue to improve this app.
Powerful search capabilities will help you quickly find information by matching just part of the UN/NA number or material name. Cargo Decoder also supports Voice Search to make searches even faster.
Protective distance information,toxic inhalation hazards, and ERG2012 reference pages are just a touch away for emergency responders and HazMat personnel. A simple swipe quickly moves you to the information you need.
Cargo Decoder is my way to give back to the first responders who are always there for us. Cargo Decoder for Android will always be free and will never contain ads. Cargo Decoder uses no network bandwidth so information will always be available even if the cell network is not.
Cargo Decoder runs on just about every device running Android version 2.2 and later.
Cargo Decoder now supports sharing of material details. Select a material and touch the Share icon. Create a notebook of materials found using Evernote (Evernote can add GPS information too). Share information to others via email or text messaging. Configure the information about the material you want to share in Settings. Important: Sharing with Facebook does not work even though Facebook adds itself to the sharing list. Facebook says the behavior is "by design"(https://developers.facebook.com/bugs/332619626816423)
If you like Cargo Decoder, please consider supporting it by purchasing the Cargo Decoder Plus Upgrade Key. Installing the Cargo Decoder Plus Upgrade Key unlocks special features added to say “Thank you!” to our supporters.
Cargo Decoder Plus features include:
* A unique view of all materials that correspond to a Guide page. This view will be useful if you see a placard or Guide number and want to know what material it might be.
* Access to both ERG2012 and ERG2008 reference pages.
Users who are not yet supporters can also use Plus features but will be periodically asked to consider become a Cargo Decoder supporter.
Not affiliated with any government agency.
keywords: emergency, safety, caution, prepare, erg guide, emergency response guidebook, hazmat
Incident Response Pocket Guide
THIS IS THE TRIAL VERSION – IS NOT A COMPLETE REFERENCE
Again, please note, this version has limited information, it meant for you to "kick the tires" before buying the full version. Please e-mail, text, or comment for my useful feedback. Thanks.
A FULL VERSION IS AVAILABLE: search IRPG-FULL or:
An Android device application brought to you by SpotFire with information from said publication of the National Wildfire Coordinating Group – (Rev. - January 2010, (most recent revision a.o. 4/2011))
Excerpt from the Preface: “The intent of this guide is to provide a wild land fire job aid and training reference for operational personnel from Firefighter Type 2 through Division Supervisor and initial attack/extended attack Incident Commanders. It also has a secondary application for all-hazard incident response.”
This app has NO ads, NO permissions and requires NO network connection once installed.
YES you will like if this is what you need.
Tap on a content item (i.e. LCES) and the content displays on the screen.
This app is true to the form of the hard copy pocket guide.
This app contains a RH Calculator.
What works: the first couple items of each section; (i.e. Standard Firefighting Orders), ALL of the First Aid Section, the RH Calculator, and some other miscellaneous pages.
System Requirement: Android Version 1.6, min.
Ever wonder about wildland firefighter protocols on the fire-line?
If so, or if you are curious about basic wildland / urban interface fire-fighting, you’ll find many answers in the guide.
What are the components of Operational Engagement? What qualifies for a safety zone? How to direct retardant and bucket drops? What about structure triage for an oncoming fire?
This guide downloads to your device for use without network connectivity. No ads or silly permissions.
Keywords: Firefighter Professional, Media, Search and Rescue, EMS, First Responders, Law Enforcement, Police, Sheriff, Deputy, Wildland Fire, Ambulance, Volunteer, National Guard, Home Owner, General interest.
Emergency responders and HazMat personnel will love the simple, easy-to-use search to lookup the DOT number and find the response guide page for a truck's cargo in one single step.
Even if that isn't you, have you ever been curious what's in that truck next to you on the highway? Well, DOT Lookup provides and easy way to find out!
This app is free and ad-supported.
Disclaimer: while reagank software has made an effort to ensure the information contained in this app is correct, it may be out-of-date. You should never base an important decision on this app, but should rather consult the latest version of the DOT ERG!
The EMR(MFR) exam requires in depth knowledge of anatomy, OB, cardiology, trauma and CPR. This application will build your knowledge with flashcards, then test you with simulations. This Application was built and designed by professional firefighters and EMTs who know and have been there. Don't take the NREMT until you get 90% or better on these simulations.
This app provides Flashcards, Practice quizzes, Practice Tests, NREMT Skill sheets and more. Prepare for the all NREMT exam as well as your class room experience with this study guide app.
The second item in the app is the inclusion of the signs of a Clandestine Meth Lab as provided by the US Drug Enforcement Agency. You can always have this information right at your fingertips.
The third item included is an optional download of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards. This feature places a self contained version of the guide on the sdcard of your phone for instant access without a network connection.
The final piece just added is a new capability suggested by a user. The new capability provides the ability to record hazmat events or exposures. The records contain the time, date, type of the event (hazmat spill, accident, etc.), length of exposure and a section for you to enter notes about the event. This set of records exported to a tab separated file that can be emailed and imported into Excel.
Also included is a home screen widget that allows you to quickly look up the UN number for time critical uses.
If you move the app to the sdcard to save memory with Android 2.2 - Froyo, the Homescreen widget will be unavailable. This is a limitation of Android, not the app unfortunately, so there is nothing that can be done about it.
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Features of the app include:
•Displays Isolation and Protection zones overlaid on Google Maps
•Automatically retrieves current weather from Weatherbug (www.weather.weatherbug.com) or forecast weather from the National Weather Service (US only) or Meteorologisk Institutt (Worldwide); weather can also be user input or input using the phone’s compass functionality
•Location input via address look-up, GPS location, coordinate input, or through a map interface
•Results shown geographically as well as text based
•Search and display predefined points of interest (schools, nurseries, hospitals, police/fire stations, and government facilities) from Google Search services to identify key facilities within the incident area
•Run roadblock analysis service that identifies within seconds the optimal location of roadblocks to isolate the incident area
•Place and label points on the map to identify key locations
•Automatically creates email capturing incident details, map image, and zone shapefiles and KML files for the user to send without leaving the application, providing a shared understanding across all incident personnel
•Shapefile and KML files are easily imported into other map applications like WebEOC or Google Earth
•Includes ERG reference information for easy access
•Provides access to approximately 3,300 materials; allows sorting alphabetically and by chemical number, user defined search text, and filtering by user-defined favorites
•Provides in-app contact list for direct calling that includes all contacts listed in the 2012 ERG
- Engaging current world news topics from a variety of categories
- Excerpts of the most relevant news articles so you don’t have to spend time browsing the web
- View the full source article for news excerpts
- Vote on whether you like a news topic
- Make predictions on a news topic
- View the community forecast on a news topic
- Link your app to your www.globalcrowd.com account