NOTE: Boston College does not promote/endorse any of these applications. They are listed for individual review and are only suggestions. Don't forget our BC mobile page!: www.bc.edu/m
Hands Only CPR- FREE on iTunes & Android (7MB) - Quick instructions from the American Heart Association about how to perform rapid CPR on an adult who suddenly collapses. No prior training is needed.
ICEcare- Available for most smart phones - Provides tools to prepare for and recover from an emergency or disaster. Includes In Case of Emergency (ICE) contacts, your medical information, first aid and CPR instruction, what to do during emergencies and more.
American Red Cross First Aid - Free on iTunes & Android - Provides a comprehensive First Aid and Emergency Guide. Includes disaster preparedness & recovery instructions, assembling a disaster supply kit and more.
Pocket First Aid and CPR- iTunes & Android - American Heart Association brings you instructions about what to do during a medical emergency. Provides first aid procedures, your medical and insurance information and even in case of emergency (ICE) on your lock screen.
ELERTS - Free on iTunes & Android - Receive emergency alerts on emergencies occuring anywhere in the U.S. You customize which locations you monitor and what types of events to be alerted for. Forward alerts and other details to others or let them know you are okay.
ping4alerts! - Free on iTunes & Android - Receive hyperlocal alerts on emergencies occuring wherever you and your smartphone are. Forward alerts and other details to others via social media and email.
Federal Mobile Websites - These sites are specifically configured for use by mobile devices.
FEMA Mobile - Use this link to go to the Federal Emergency Management Agency mobile website. Find information about how to prepare for emergencies and what to do after an emergency happens.
NWS Mobile - Use this link to go to the National Weather Service mobile website. Look up various weather information such as forecasts, radar images, satellite pictures and other information for various locations around the U.S.
Updated: October 10, 2012 Maintained by: Office of the Executive Vice President