911 Toolkit

911 Toolkit


911 Toolkit

2.1 11 votes

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From the Developer’s Website

A firefighter toolkit, also for EMT’s, paramedics, hazmat teams, and other emergency responders. First developed for other platforms in 1999, this essential toolkit is now here for iOS, better than ever. Don’t bother with the copycats — go with the original! Now a universal app so you get iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch support with one purchase.

This app is compatible with current iOS version. We recommend that you upgrade your device for best results and future compatibility.

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  • Hydraulics (US & metric units)
  • Water delivery (US & metric units)
  • Incident response checklists
  • EMS
  • Training/study guides
  • HazMat
  • Misc

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  1. hewayt says:
    Posted December 18, 2013 at 6:25 PM | Permalink

    I have to agree with LDavis, the title of the app needs to be changed because it is truly misleading. It is a firefighter’s toolkit and should be aptly named – the content is not reflective of a true 9-1-1 toolkit.
    And honestly, I’m not sure how many would be interested with the price being rather high. I know that would be a definite deterrent for me, especially with the content not being anything exclusive.

  2. mcevoymike says:
    Posted December 2, 2013 at 2:29 AM | Permalink

    I find this app duplicative of others without any unique content that would make it appealing on it’s own.

  3. LDavis says:
    Posted November 22, 2013 at 7:04 PM | Permalink

    I didn’t open this app as it is costly, but judging from the name and being a 911 operator I thought it was mis-named. 911 toolkit should be about 911 not about hazmat,maybe they should have called it hazmat toolkit. 911 is generically known for being about the calling of 911 for assistance so I think this app title is misleading. The key attribute described the app well.

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