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911 First Responder Toolkit with Run Reports

A toolkit for emergency first responders: firefighters, EMT's, paramedics, hazmat teams, and other emergency responders

A toolkit for emergency first responders: firefighters, EMT's, paramedics, hazmat teams, and other emergency responders

911 First Responder Toolkit with Run Reports

by Peakview Software LLC
911 First Responder Toolkit with Run Reports
911 First Responder Toolkit with Run Reports
911 First Responder Toolkit with Run Reports

What is it about?

A toolkit for emergency first responders: firefighters, EMT's, paramedics, hazmat teams, and other emergency responders. This app combines several features into one app for one low price, and make the perfect "hub" to launch the other apps we provide for emergency responders. This app contains many of the core features found in its predecessor, the "911 Toolkit" which has been installed by tens of thousands of iOS users since 2008.

911 First Responder Toolkit with Run Reports

App Details

Version
2.1
Rating
NA
Size
20Mb
Genre
Reference Education
Last updated
February 5, 2016
Release date
November 21, 2015
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App Store Description

A toolkit for emergency first responders: firefighters, EMT's, paramedics, hazmat teams, and other emergency responders. This app combines several features into one app for one low price, and make the perfect "hub" to launch the other apps we provide for emergency responders. This app contains many of the core features found in its predecessor, the "911 Toolkit" which has been installed by tens of thousands of iOS users since 2008.

--Run Reports. Combined with the Event Recorder, it's easy to track your arrival times, transport times, etc. You can even use the motion tracking chip on newer iPhones to automatically track your travel times.
--My Location. Quickly snag your GPS coordinates and determine the street address at your location, and enter these into a run report.
--Track your certifications and when they expire in one handy place
--The popular Event Recorder can time-tag important events during an incident, including EMS actions
--CPR guidelines for healthcare professionals that you can refer back to
--Metronome is great for CPR training -- it keeps you pumping at 100 beats per minute
--A quiz for CPR makes sure you are sharp for your recertification
--ICS org chart shows how all the positions work together
--All the main ICS forms are listed for easy reference -- you can even print out blank forms to fill in later
--Practice quizzes provided for ICS 100, ICS 200, ICS 700, ICS 800 courses
--Major incident classifications guide
--Easy to launch our other apps with one tap

NOTE: When using GPS to grab your location, your battery will drain faster. However, after 1 minute the GPS tracking is automatically switched off.