The wonderful hazmat reference guide known as Wireless Information System for Emergency Responders (WISER) is now available as an app for iPhones and Blackberries. It’s free and can be tailored with a user profile for hazmat responders, first responders (I’m assuming awareness/ops), and EMS responders. I downloaded it last night and have been quite pleased. It’s loaded with info, is well organized, has an easy User Interface, and, best of all, is a standalone app. That means that it doesn’t need access to the internet to get you the information you want and that means you can use it out in the boonies.
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