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Description

This application allows the user to quickly query and view Hazmat Incidents recently reported to the U.S. Department of Transportation.

Industries regulated by Department of Transportation's PHMSA (Pipeline and Hazardous Material Safety Administration) Office are required to report incidents which meet or exceed established reporting criteria. Incidents listed in this app are from the detailed incident reports required within 30 days of a reported incident while transporting Hazardous Material by Aircraft, Highway, Train or Vessel.

Incidents in this app can be filtered by any combination of : those that are deemed serious by the PHMSA, undeclared shipments, incident location, or reported result.

The reported result can include but is not limited to fire, explosion, evacuation, fire/ems response, an injury or fatality occurred, material was spilled, damage more than $500 and toxic inhalation hazards were involved.

The Incidents list can be quickly sorted by : date (most recent), the hazardous material's UN#, damage total dollar amt or grouped by state. Users may also search the list by the material's UN#.

The viewable detail of each incident includes: a map, incident cause, shipper & carrier names, a result summary and material specific information. Information is available for materials that are listed in the NIOSH Pocket Guide and Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG). Data presented includes material physical descriptions, synonyms, IDLH, incompatible/reactive materials and the corresponding ERG guide's name/number.

Damages may contain a breakdown of the remediation cleanup cost, material loss, carrier damage amount and response costs.

Please note that the proper location of the Incident on the Map depends on an accurate address being provided by the reporter.

Data updates, listed on the Overview tab, can be downloaded periodically by the user through the application as it becomes available.

What's New

Version 4.3

Bug Fix for iPad

Ratings and Reviews

Haz capt.

Hazmat team

App does not update-- events are old. Sent email asking about updates with no response. I do not recommend this app.

Developer Response

Issues with the data feed have been corrected. The next version of the app will include a summary of what incidents/events have been downloaded since your last data download.

Dose not update it's junk

Elyobsemaj

It dose not update the information

Developer Response

Issues with the data feed have been corrected. The next version of the app will include a summary of what incidents/events have been downloaded since your last data download.

NOT UP TO DATE

AxeMan84

I was hoping to be able to keep up with recent Hazmat incidents but that's hardly the case with this app. There hasn't been an incident posted after may of 2013. As a first responder I like to be able to learn from other departments and see how incidents are handled. This app seems like it would have a great format to present current information but it's never updated.

Information

Seller
784767 Alberta Inc.
Size
74.9 MB
Category
Medical
Compatibility
Requires iOS 9.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© Thatsmystapler.com
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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