ERG 2012 for Android

ERG 2012 for Android


PHMSA (U.S. Department of Transportation Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration)'s 2012 Emergency Response Guidebook provides first responders with a go-to resource to help deal with hazmat accidents during the critical first 30 minutes.

The ERG contains an indexed list of dangerous goods and the associated ID number, the general hazards they pose and recommended safety precautions. For example, if emergency responders arrive at the scene of an overturned tractor trailer displaying a DOT hazmat placard, they would use the guide to identify the material associated with the placard and get guidance on how to respond accordingly.

The 2012 version of the ERG includes general revisions, reorganized general information pages and new tables such as Initial Isolation and Protective Action Distances for large spills involving six common toxic inhalation hazard gases. Updated every four years, the ERG is available free to public safety agencies in all states and territories through designated state coordinators’ offices. PHMSA has partnered with the National Library of Medicine to provide this free application as well as a version of the ERG in its Wireless Information System for Emergency Responders (WISER) application.

Recent changes:
Incorporates corrections to the ERG as of November 1, 2013
(see http://phmsa.dot.gov/staticfiles/PHMSA/DownloadableFiles/Files/erg2012corrections.pdf).
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PHMSA (U.S. Department of Transportation Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration)'s 2012 Emergency Response Guidebook provides first responders with a go-to resource to help deal with hazmat accidents during the critical first 30 minutes.

The ERG contains an indexed list of dangerous goods and the associated ID number, the general hazards they pose and recommended safety precautions. For example, if emergency responders arrive at the scene of an overturned tractor trailer displaying a DOT hazmat placard, they would use the guide to identify the material associated with the placard and get guidance on how to respond accordingly.

The 2012 version of the ERG includes general revisions, reorganized general information pages and new tables such as Initial Isolation and Protective Action Distances for large spills involving six common toxic inhalation hazard gases. Updated every four years, the ERG is available free to public safety agencies in all states and territories through designated state coordinators’ offices. PHMSA has partnered with the National Library of Medicine to provide this free application as well as a version of the ERG in its Wireless Information System for Emergency Responders (WISER) application.

Recent changes:
Incorporates corrections to the ERG as of November 1, 2013
(see http://phmsa.dot.gov/staticfiles/PHMSA/DownloadableFiles/Files/erg2012corrections.pdf).

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A Google User
Aug 24, 2015
Nice one
A Google User
Aug 9, 2015
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A Google User
Aug 4, 2015
INVALUABLE ASSET
A Google User
Aug 3, 2015
I suggest this for everyone, not just ES and other first responders, esp. in boondocks you might be first on scene.
A Google User
Aug 2, 2015
Quick and easy to use.