Emergency Plan for iPhone is a simple tool designed to store an emergency plan so that everyone knows what to do during an earthquake, flood, typhoon or similar event. Useful for families who want to ensure their households are prepared to handle a crisis. Professionals can use it to save a summary of the company's emergency procedures, main contact people and meeting locations.
SwipedOn is a simple iPad app built to solve one problem. In an emergency, would you know who is at your workplace? Employees, visitors and contractors register on/off the iPad. In the event of an emergency, the iPad is picked up and everybody is checked off on the iPad (or direct printed list). It is currently used in offices, factories, construction/engineering sites, boarding schools and even superyachts ...more »
The open source Emergency Response Guide.
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 »
Crisis Track helps local governments conduct damage assessments and process FEMA grant applications for a faster, more efficient, and collaborative recovery management. Our guiding principal is to make the Emergency Manager's life easier should a disaster strike, in part, by integrating damage assessment into current local government workflows like Public Works, Permitting, and Parks. In using this process with 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.
Mobile Tips, a mobile-based website, was developed by Dr. Laura Stough at Texas A&M University, to provide first responders with essential, detailed instructions and resources about people with disabilities experiencing disaster.Each section of Mobile TIPS includes multiple instructions and real life, applicable scenarios. For example, the section about Service Animals includes information such as: “When a dog is wearing ...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 »
The Winter Survival Kit app can be as critical as a physical winter survival kit if you find yourself stuck or stranded in severe winter weather conditions. Winter Survival Kit will help you find your current location, call 911, notify your friends and family, calculate how long you can run your engine to keep warm and stay safe from carbon monoxide poisoning.
Ping4 is the revolutionary new mobile messaging platform that helps you stay in touch with your local world by sending you location-based alerts, deals and exclusive offers based on your selected preferences and proximity to specific events, stores and organizations. Ping4 allows users to remain anonymous, a fact that allays fears of those concerned about compromising their privacy by revealing personal information, ...more »
“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 »