Incident Response Pocket Guide
THIS IS THE TRIAL VERSION – IS NOT A COMPLETE REFERENCE
Again, please note, this version has limited information, it meant for you to "kick the tires" before buying the full version. Please e-mail, text, or comment for my useful feedback. Thanks.
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An Android device application brought to you by SpotFire with information from said publication of the National Wildfire Coordinating Group – (Rev. - January 2010, (most recent revision a.o. 4/2011))
Excerpt from the Preface: “The intent of this guide is to provide a wild land fire job aid and training reference for operational personnel from Firefighter Type 2 through Division Supervisor and initial attack/extended attack Incident Commanders. It also has a secondary application for all-hazard incident response.”
This app has NO ads, NO permissions and requires NO network connection once installed.
YES you will like if this is what you need.
Tap on a content item (i.e. LCES) and the content displays on the screen.
This app is true to the form of the hard copy pocket guide.
This app contains a RH Calculator.
What works: the first couple items of each section; (i.e. Standard Firefighting Orders), ALL of the First Aid Section, the RH Calculator, and some other miscellaneous pages.
System Requirement: Android Version 1.6, min.
Ever wonder about wildland firefighter protocols on the fire-line?
If so, or if you are curious about basic wildland / urban interface fire-fighting, you’ll find many answers in the guide.
What are the components of Operational Engagement? What qualifies for a safety zone? How to direct retardant and bucket drops? What about structure triage for an oncoming fire?
This guide downloads to your device for use without network connectivity. No ads or silly permissions.
Keywords: Firefighter Professional, Media, Search and Rescue, EMS, First Responders, Law Enforcement, Police, Sheriff, Deputy, Wildland Fire, Ambulance, Volunteer, National Guard, Home Owner, General interest.