- 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
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.
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
The Guides offer linked emergency response phone numbers. Tap the appropriate number to bring up your phone's dialer.
You can search by placard number, substance name, or for a specific guide. One tap takes you to the orange guide with details on toxicity, flammability, and spill procedures.
This app is built from the same data published in the official PHMSA ERG 2012 app. This app adds the ability to dial numbers with a touch.
Ad free, and requiring no special permissions. Please contact the developer for site licensing options.
Upgrade to DOT Placards Plus for additional features:
-Voice search. Speak a number to lookup the substance.
-Map specific placard numbers to locations.
-If you like the free app, please consider supporting the developers by purchasing DOT Placards Plus.
Also find our complete ERG 2012 Quick Lookup Ebook, now available on Google Play.
Recent Update Summary:
* Updated contents from the newly published ERG2012.
* User may now choose from one of three font sizes.
* Added the missing Guide 111.
* Improved the formatting and readability of the guides.
* Fixed an outdated reference to the ERG2008 in message text.
* Fixed a defect that was preventing proper guide display on tablets. Thank you! to the user's who reported this so we could fix it
* Small changes under the cover to stay in sync with the paid Plus version.
* Fixed a rare problem with opening the ERG data that has been seen once so far in the field and reported to us as a crash.
* Removed advertisements.
* App can now be moved to the SD Card.
* Eliminated the need for internet and location permissions.
* Fixed a bug that would cause a re-search when rotating the phone.
* Updated SDK Toolset
Seit mehr als 20 Jahren beschäftigt sich das Sachgebiet 4.6 „Schadstoffe“ des Österreichischen Bundesfeuerwehrverbandes mit der Erstellung und Herausgabe des Gefahrgutblattlers. Er ist eine geballte Ladung an Informationen, der die Sicherheit im Einsatz erhöhen und unterstützen soll.
Mittlerweile sind einige hunderttausend Stück, der verschiedenen Versionen, als Hardcopy bei den Feuerwehren verteilt.
Mit der App Version stellt der ÖBFV den Blattler als offline Version erstmalig allen KameradINNen gratis zur Verfügung.
• GAMS Regel, Sofortmaßnahmen im Schadstoffeinsatz, Absperrmaßnahmen
• Kennzeichenvariationen aus dem ADR, GHS, Chemikaliengesetz, Warnzeichen, Gasflaschen, Rohrleitungen, freigestellte Mengen, begrenzte Mengen gefährlicher Güter,…
• Bedeutung der Gefahrnummern
• Biologische Agenzien
• Menschenrettung - Erste Hilfe im Schadstoffeinsatz
• Einsatzhygiene und Dekontamination
• Gefahren durch Elektrizität
• Feuerwehreinsatz im Gleisbereich
• KFZ mit Alternativen Antrieben
• Stoff Checklisten
• Stoff Kenndaten
• Grenzwerte Definitionen
• Online Karte mit Einblendung von Standardabsperrungen
The NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards (NPG) is intended as a source of general industrial hygiene information on several hundred chemicals/classes for workers, employers, and occupational health professionals. The NPG does not contain an analysis of all pertinent data, rather it presents key information and data in abbreviated or tabular form for chemicals or substance groupings (e.g. cyanides, fluorides, manganese compounds) that are found in the work environment. The information found in the NPG should help users recognize and control occupational chemical hazards.
• Biothreat response and sample collection
• Incident management best practices
• Chemcial and physical properties of hazardous materials
• Recognizing and responding to commercial explosive incidents
The training offered at the Hazmat Conference provides immediate, practical and valuable information designed to ensure you successfully meet the demands in today's challenging environment.
The Hazmat Placards app allows you to quickly look up hazard identifications based on the NFPA safety diamond.
You can also use it as a study tool to quiz yourself to know the values off of the top of your head.
Tap the diamond regions to dial in the numbers and press decode to get hazard details. You can also press and hold a region to see a cheatsheet on values for that hazard category.
If you'd also like the ability to track and map particular hazards, check out Hazmat Placards Plus.