NFPA 1600 is one of NFPA’s most widely implemented standards. It protects public safety with updated best practices by establishing a common set of criteria that sets a foundation for disaster management, emergency management, and business continuity programs, using a total program approach. Organizations and parties responsible for developing such programs benefit from information on emergency management, prevention, ...more »
FloodWatch allows users to monitor rivers and streams throughout the United States.
By leveraging data from the US Geological Survey and National Weather Service, FloodWatch presents the most recent and historical river heights, precipitation totals, and flood stage data. Graphs are available to help you visualize the rise and fall of the river.
Stay informed of important public alerts and information in your area and be instantly notified as these events happen. POM (Peace of Mind) Alert is based on our patent-pending alert system which is intended to keep your family safe with location-based alerts and real-time notification of these alerts. This application was designed to be easy to use and take full advantage of advanced push notification and GPS capabilities ...more »
is the first and only real-time WORLD WIDE natural disaster and emergency monitoring app! If you are looking for information on hundreds of natural disasters and emergencies happening around the world then Disaster Radar is for you. Try it out today and see what is happening around the world!
“Stuff happens” Hurricanes, floods, tornados, earthquakes, shooter on campus, hockey riots and more. We live in wildly unpredictable times. When stuff happens near you, having the best information can help you get out of harm’s way. ELERTS allows people on the street to make a difference by sharing what they see during an emergency. By using smartphones with cameras, GPS and mapping, average citizens can become Citizen ...more »
This is an all-in-one incident management tool. The cost is based on the seats in your EOC. This product is built for platform-use for entire teams to coordinate with responders in the field and support decision making in the EOC with real-time tight integration with communications systems. The app is available as a mobile extension of the main product for use in the field. It exists for tablet and smartphone use ...more »
The first and revolutionary new app designed to save 1000s of lives in an earthquake. This is not a quake-chasing app! Earthquake Buddy is much more! This app will pin-point your location as soon as a 5.5+ earthquake strikes, and send an instant, geo-tagged mapped email to 4 chosen friends. If you live in a quake zone or have friends or family travelling through quake areas, Earthquake Buddy is a must-buy app. Using high-tech ...more »
FloodMap Mobile is available for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone. It shows all the FEMA floodplains, USGS gages, National Bridge Inventory, and a lot more. The app will show you the floodplains on a map and your current position so you know what to expect. Great for public users because it's hard to visualize a floodplain and you aren't going to have paper flood maps of the city with you - but in FloodMap Mobile all the ...more »
The Emergency Response Guide ERG 2012 being transferred to the web and iphone.
to save it on your iphone choose the center bottom button then "Add to homescreen" after that you shouldn't even need to have an internet connection to use it.
“f-Ready” is an Iphone application originally designed and entered into the Health & Human Services APSR Lifeline Facebook Application Challenge. When an emergency alert is issued (Hurricane, Tornado, Flashflood, etc…) the wearer activates the application and selects the appropriate pre-disaster selection (Child, Woman, Man, Pet). The app then sends the users GPS location and alert status to three preselected facebook ...more »
Back in February 2011, I became aware of the second Christchurch New Zealand quake and found the announcement of a company I had never heard of before called GeoOp, to where the founder Nicholas Bartlett offered his mobile workforce management tool, at no cost to the students who were trying to assemble to assist the citizens requesting assistance. Since that point in time, after witnessing the incredible success that ...more »
The Seismic application parses an RSS feed from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) that provides data on recent earthquakes around the world. It displays the location, date, and magnitude of each earthquake, along with a color-coded graphic that indicates the severity of the earthquake.