Step 1: Indicate where your lift begins.
Step 2: Estimate the number of lifts per minute and the hours of lifting per day.
Step 3: The app calculates the maximum safe lifting weight.
Safety Savvy provides timely training safety related information.
"CAT 1" tells you which sector you are in. Just call in for CAT weather update. Standard procedures in inclement weather is also available.
"Contacts" provides listing of all medical facilities in order of aphabetical or distance from you.
"Evac. Route" shows you the map view of medical facilities around you. It shows traffic conditions and provides driving direction.
Safety NET is a useful tool for: DRIVERS, to monitor for accidents and automatically call for help. WORKING PROFESSIONALS who work alone at tasks that put them at risk for falling. SENIOR CITIZENS who are at risk when alone. ACTIVE CHILDREN whose parents want to know if their little ones have been hurt. Police, fire, security and military professionals.
When you activate Safety NET, it continuiously monitors for a fall or a collision and tracks your location. It runs in the background, as long as your phone is turned on, or until you deactivate.
Once a drop happens, Safety NET begins an automated countdown sequence, timed to your predetermined length (15 to 120 seconds). If you dropped the phone, or you've fallen but don't need help, you simply press the cancel button within the countdown period and the call is stopped.
If you are hurt and can reach your phone you can active the call without delay by pressing the "Call Now" button. If you are unable to reach your phone, the countdown sequence will continue with an audible alarm until the end of the call delay time, at which point the phone will automatically call and text your emergency contact.
You know the countdown is active by an alarm sound which accelerates as the call time approaches. If you've entered text (recommended) it will send that text (including GPS coordinates) and simultaneously call your emergency phone number. The phone's microphone is left open so if you are able to speak, you can talk to your emergency contact.
After the automatic call has been placed, the phone displays the personal/medical information you entered at set up, and includes your name, date of birth, medical contacts, and any other information you care to share with medical personnel, should you be unable to communicate directly. To alert arriving first responders to the information on your phone, a post-call alarm sounds until manually deactivated.
This app inidicates the right PPE for you.
Many women have a lot of questions when they discover that they are pregnant. What foods should be avoided? What exercises are safe? When do you have to stop doing certain things? How should you prepare before your first prenatal visit? How do you make sure you are getting the proper nutrition?
Keeping your baby healthy starts long before giving birth – it even starts before conception! This app is packed with advice to help you be a good parent and take care of your and your baby's health.
This app answers those questions and many more. Scroll through tips or search for what's on your mind right now. You can even send the tips to your friends, family, and support team so they'll know too!
While many mothers-to-be may not go in for the first prenatal visit until around the 12th week of pregnancy, you'll likely have questions immediately after you find that you're pregnant! This app contains helpful information to get you on track and doing the right things while you wait for your first doctor visit.
This app is supported by advertisements, but is completely free to use. In addition, you can take part in the optional AchieveMint reward network to get paid for taking healthy actions!
Note: while many of the tips in this app come from doctors, nutritionists, and other professionals, we cannot offer medical advice. Use this app along with your doctor's advice, not instead of it!
We hope you have a very safe and healthy pregnancy, and have a healthy baby!
- Functionality in both French and English
- Multiple siren settings
- Siren activation sends an emergency email to a pre-set SOS contact with approximate coordinates and places an emergency outgoing call to a pre-programmed number
- A wide range of facts and information on women's health and wellness
- Connections to nearby YWCAs, emergency hotlines, health centres and clinics
- Access to a library of women’s health resources
This bespoke Safety Manual App incorporates information designed specifically for Nurses in CAMHS and in Paediatric Areas. The content of this app has been provided by a highly qualified nursing team at Birmingham Children's Hospital, who understand the importance of providing an excellent standard of patient care.
The app is innovative, fun and easy to use by simply selecting a specific topic from a scroll down list in the safety manual to access the detailed information,
Using the swipe facility you can view each page in the topic and simply double tap the screen to zoom into specific areas on the page.
• view and filter recalls and safety alerts
• search recalls and safety alerts by categories (health and consumer products, food and vehicles)
• search recalls and safety alerts by keywords (i.e,: brand name, product type)
• view images and descriptions of products
• share recalls and safety alerts by e-mail
For more information, please visit healthycanadians.gc.ca.
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