These free safety apps can help you prevent losses wherever you work.
Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
This mobile version of the Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG) 2020 is meant to provide emergency first responders with quick access to information needed to effectively manage hazardous material incidents.
Federal Emergency Management Administration
FEMA’s mobile app is designed to help users prepare for and react to emergencies. Features include weather alerts from the National Weather Service, tips for staying safe during many types of disasters and a map of open disaster shelters.
Occupational Safety & Health Administration
OSHA’s Heat Safety Tool provides mobile access to information about working safely during hot conditions. Users can calculate the heat index for their worksite and find out the risk level for workers in those conditions. You can also choose to receive reminders for preventative measures such as scheduling rest breaks or training employees to recognize symptoms of heat illness.
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
The Ladder Safety App can help you select the appropriate ladder type for your planned task and guide you through a pre-use inspection. You can also use it to check the angle of your ladder to make sure it’s positioned safely.
Institute for Business & Home Safety
Prevent business disruption by creating a recovery plan to help you reopen quickly after a disaster.
Federal Railroad Administration
Use this app for mobile access to the highway-rail grade crossing database. You can locate crossings by USDOT Crossing ID, address or geo-location and view accident histories.
Environmental Protection Agency
This app provides mobile access to EPA’s IAQ Tools for Schools Action Kit, which provides strategies to help schools manage indoor air quality by addressing ventilation, cleaning, radon and environmental asthma triggers.
U.S. National Library of Medicine
The WISER app provides mobile access to information needed in the event of a hazardous material incident, including help identifying an unknown substance or chemical syndrome and guidance for immediate actions.