Review from Aaron Rankin
Easy to use Just used this app in our Haz-Mat class and was able to locate and find answers much faster than those using books!
Albert DeLay Page 1 was replaced by a flow chart plus a Table of Contents, and several other changes and additions were made that I haven't found in the 2016 erg app. I have seen an app for $4.99 that I thought was for Androids. Unfortunately, I can't find the app. The $4.99 app would be worth the cost.
Doesn't support multiple Android users We downloaded this app so we can have an on-call with multiple user profiles they switch between. This app crashes and says error, it needs 30MB of space. If I logged in as the device owner it works fine.
Helpful. Very helpful. This app allows me to have the newest ERG version available with me all the time (since I nearly always have my phone with me) without having to carry the actual book with me. In my job, that's very helpful.
ERG 2016 "AND EXCELLENT APP FOR YOUR SMART PHONE WHEN YOU DON'T HAVE AND ERG BOOK HANDY. EVERY FIRST RESPONDER WHO HAS GOT A SMART PHONE NEEDS TO INSTALL THIS APP. FIRST RESPONDERS ARE FIREFIGHTERS (PAID & VOLUNTEER), & LAW ENFORCEMENT, & EMT, & PARAMEDICS. AND ALSO ANYONE ELSE WHO HAS A SMART PHONE."
Handy to have on phone The app has a faster response time (generally your phone is always at hand) and just as easy to search once you get familiar with it.
Kick butt! I get to stop carrying the old book! Awesom. So far, app works well. Thank you for this one.
Corrected protective action distance for some table 3 materials
Mobile placard recommendation, briefing, and ERG guide in the palm of your hands
A database of drugs and chemicals to which breastfeeding mothers may be exposed.
Provides access to the federally approved HIV/AIDS medical practice guidelines.
AIDSinfo HIV/AIDS Glossary from the US National Library of Medicine
The AIDSinfo Drug Database app provides information about HIV related drugs.
TriagePic®, used to help reunify friends and family during a mass disaster.
ReUnite® with loved ones after a disaster via NLM's PEOPLE LOCATOR®
Native Concepts of Health and Illness exhibition: National Library of Medicine.