- Uses Google Cloud Messaging instead of SMS to get your 911 pages
- Converts hard-to-read dispatch data into legible sections
- Manage past and current calls in an orderly way
- Automatically maps alarm location
- “Active” response for tracking response efforts
- View other responders in real time on a live map
- Access relevant photos and documents from your phone, including pre incident plans, photos, and more
Practice Quizzes, Flashcards, Skill Sheets, Scene Checkoffs, and MORE!
The Firefighter Pocketbook lite is a training tool for Firefighters based off of the Firefighter Pocketbook Pro version. Here a 42 question quiz is presented, where you can test your knowledge of firefighting activities, and 52 Flashcards for review. Also a demonstration scene checkoff section where 6 scenario scenes are presented. All of the Skill Sheets that are provided in the full Firefighter Pocketbook are present here and allow users a reference for keeping their skills current. If you like what you see here, upgrade to the full version for a comprehensive study guide for firefighting.
If you are a student going through class you will benefit from this app. Simultaneously, so will a seasoned veteran that is trying to stay current on recent developments.
The material has been prepared and verified with 2012 NFPA and IFSTA text books. Over 550 practice exam quiz questions and 700 flashcards are available in the Pro version found in your devices app store.
The Pro Version is divided into these sections:
- Study: Practice quizzes, and exam questions to keep you current. As an added bonus, 700 flashcards for review. If you are taking a class or just reviewing, these will keep you updated. Firefighting terms and reference information as well.
- Checkoffs: The many different types of scenes that an emergency responder can find themselves in are included here with the ability to check off necessary functions. The checkoffs section is divided into three sections. Medical, Firefighting, and Technical Rescue.
- Library: The library section contains a firefighting REFERENCE TERM section, and a FIREFIGHTER SKILL SHEETS section that includes most of the skills that any firefighter should be proficient in. Use both as a training aide. More material to come soon.
5 components differentiate us from our competitors:
1. A Bookmarking feature that allows the user to save difficult test questions, or flashcards for later study. This allows the user to tailor the experience to their needs.
2. Explanations so that the user learns from every exam question and flashcard.
3. Over 550 Exam Questions and 700 firefighting Flashcards prepared by Firefighting instructors that are involved in both EMS/Fire education, and running calls in the streets. This enables the material to be relevant for students and to prepare you for the real world.
4. A Scene Checklist section is added so that the user can review the multiple types of emergency scenes and practice situational awareness and comprehensively managing a scene.
5. Material that has been developed by Firefighting educators that are current on latest developments. Our material has been developed for the Android user and cannot be found on a website somewhere for free. Other material is built to assess, ours is built to teach.
Please feel free to Email any questions or concerns to: firstname.lastname@example.org, we are always willing to help in any way. Enjoy our app and stay safe out there.
Taking tests is hard! BE PREPARED.
Over 500 FIREFIGHTER questions, many with explanations, divided into these chapters:
--Fire Service Orientation
--Incident Command System
--Ropes & Knots
--Search & Rescue
--Intro to Hazmat
Firefighter II Chapters:
--Assisting Special Rescue
--Fire Control II
--Detection Systems II
--Loss Control II
--Fire Cause II
--Prevention & Education
Plus we have a section of visual picture-based quizzes, because we all like to look at pictures, right?
Over 75 DRIVER OPERATOR/UTILITY questions divided into these chapters:
--Types of Fire Apparatus
--Inspection and Maintenance
--Operating Emergency Vehicles
(we're planning on adding Pumper questions in a future update)
As a special bonus, we're added more quizzes covering these related topics:
--Medical First Responder (over 125 questions)
--NIMS IS-700 (over 25 questions)
--Wildland Fire (25 questions)
--CPR Reference Guide
THAT'S OVER A THOUSAND QUESTIONS TOTAL!
Are you training to become a firefighter? Make sure you ace your exam by keeping track of all the skills you know and need to learn. This handy checklist was designed specifically with the Firefighter Professional in mind. Take a look at everything you will have access to:
- Comes pre-populated with over 85 items
- Add/Delete Lists
- Duplicate Old Lists so you don't have to start over
- Add New Tasks
- Add New Items
- Delete Unwanted Items
- Set Alarms to remind yourself of items you still need to do
- Add Notes for more clarification
- Set a Priority to items (High, Medium, Low)
- Edit the Names of Items
- Sort Your Lists Alphabetically or by Priority (Menu Item)
kw: fireman, firewoman, fire, train, test, state, prepare, list, to do
-11 keys to passing your interview.
-38 of the most common interview questions, with answers and strategies.
-An overview of the firefighting profession, from people who know, and how to build your experience.
The oral board, or interview, is generally the toughest part of the hiring process. Most of the candidates have similar qualifications - what matters is how you present yourself! This guide demystifies the process and breaks it down into concrete steps that you can follow in order to advance.
If you are fresh out of a fire academy or EMT school, if you are serious about becoming a professional firefighter, get this app! It will break down the process and save you a lot of time figuring it out on your own.
If you are more seasoned, have taken a few tests or even done a few interviews, use this app to hone your skills. You will probably get an idea of how to improve, and even where you have been messing up.
★ About the Author ★
Cal Blake has been a volunteer and professional firefighter since 2005, and a paramedic since 2008. He received a BA from U.C. Berkeley. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Field Apps makes reference guides for rescue workers.
★ About Sutro Media ★
This guide is published in partnership with Sutro Media. By enabling local writers to share their expertise on mobile phones, Sutro Media is making it easier and more fun to explore the world!
If you have any problems, comments, or suggestions for improvement, we'd love to hear from you - email@example.com
The application should support the officer-in-charge of the fire service with their management decisions and therefore assure the success of the operation.
The application is based on the positive experience during the work assignment of the German fire services.
Besides tactical regulations for special operations, the application provides as well a function for locating the current position, which enables a top view of the map extract.
A must for every firefighter!
Fire , Tactics , Rescue , Nfpa , Captain , Department
This is an awareness level condensed summary based on the Emergency Response Guide, intended for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for hazardous material compliance, training or your organization's SOPs.
**FYI: Each image within this application is FREE after initial purchase. There are no additional costs per image.
This application works with ALL Android devices.
This wallpaper application is loaded with 15 firefighter images that will inspire throughout the year! They are perfect for anyone that’s interested in Fireman, fire fighter, burning, water, hose, hydrant, station, sergeant, dog, truck, rescue, hero, badge, hot, trees, woods, house, building, NYPD, NYFD, department, ladder, Dalmatian, rescue, police, emt, engine, flag, America, county, city, state, care, emergency, 911, worker, working, pole, rush, man, red, silver, drive, college, school, trees, brush, weeds, car, axe, save, preserve, idol, men, women, mountain, hills, loyalty, courage, cdf, usaf, iaff, firefighter, crest, maltese, twin towers, or fire academy.
You can also receive messages that are sent out by other personnel. Get notified of open shifts, training, and other announcements instantly.
Diese Sammlung von Einsatzratschlägen und Informationen soll jedem Einsatzleiter eine ergänzende Hilfestellung sein, die jederzeit mitgeführt werden kann.
- schnelle Informationen und Alternativmöglichkeiten
- kurze Checklisten für (seltene) Situationen und Maßnahmen
- Gedächtnisstütze aufgrund des sehr breiten Aufgabenspektrums
- Standard-Einsatz-Ratschläge (SER) als „roter Faden“
- wichtige Informationen und Gedankenstützen
- Hinweise auf Gefahren, Maßnahmen und Hilfen
- Auszüge aus Feuerwehr-Dienstvorschriften und Richtlinien
- solide, fundierte Feuerwehrgrundausbildung
- technischer und physikalischer Grundverstand
- Führungsausbildung bei BF, FF oder WF
- gesunder Menschenverstand
- enthält keine Standardlösung für alle Einsätze
- enthält nur Hilfestellungen, ist kein Ersatz für Führungsvorgang
- keine Gewähr für die Richtigkeit der Informationen trotz langwieriger und sorgfältigster Überprüfung
ShiftPro Firefighter is simply a basic shift calendar. The additional features available for purchase are what elevate this app to a powerful and essential tool for any Firefighter who takes holidays, earns overtime, makes shift trades and wishes to track runs and training.
Easily import individual contact information from phone address book.
View contacts alphabetically or by seniority.
The following features are included with your one time purchase.
ShiftPro SHIFT TRADES:
-Monitor shifts that you owe or are owed to you.
-Monitor all upcoming, current and future vacations.
-Keep track of all overtime that has been paid and is owed.
-Maintain an up to date training log.
-Track and graph all runs. Also input info on each run.
-Take Backup of the app data to email and local phone storage
CUSTOM SHIFT SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS:
If your shift pattern is not listed you will have to enter the custom shift mode.
Select Settings > Turn the Use Custom slider ON > Tap My pattern
- Enter a label for your pattern if desired.
- Select your start date and time.
- For Shifts that require a “Kelly Day” select the frequency. Most should leave as “Never”
- Enter the number of hours you work on your first shift in On Duty
- Enter the number of hours you are off until your next shift in Off Duty
- Select the color you wish to appear on the calendar
- Tap Add New Shift
- Repeat for every shift in your rotation
If you are having any problems with the set up please email us and we will quickly respond with the custom info to set up your personal shift pattern. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the event of an alarm and the receipt of the appropriate application sms messages loudly notifies its owner.
It is possible to set multiple phone numbers for message receipt
or set different alarm sounds, quick answer to any number or set silent mode or vibration.
The application remembers all alarms and augments the last of them.
Easily select various shift types such as 24/48 (ABC), 48/96 (AABBCC), etc. Customize labels and colors for each of your shifts to easily highlight your personal schedule. Visit www.fireshifts.com to see a full list of scheduling options.
Ad supported. An iOS (iPhone/iPad) version is also available.
Works indefinitely. No purchasing of yearly licenses, free updates, no subscriptions fees.
Pro version available with no ads and syncs to your Google Calendar:
Feedback is appreciated: email@example.com
Getestet von Blaulichtapps.de
Kostenloses und einfach zu bedienendes Nachschlagewerk mit Feuerwehr Abkürzungen für Android.