ERS on the iOS App Store

ERS app on Google Play

ERS app available on BlackBerry App World

ERS Launch

ERS Launch

Based on Heritage Preservation’s Emergency Response & Salvage Wheel, a well-respected cultural heritage protection tool, the Emergency Response and Salvage app outlines critical stages of disaster response, such as stabilizing the environment and assessing damage.

It also provides practical salvage tips for nine types of collections:

photographs, books and documents, paintings, electronic records, textiles, furniture, ceramics/stone/metal, organic materials, and natural history specimens.

This app will help users protect precious collections and significant records, access reliable information instantly, and save damaged objects.

ERS Paper Salvage

ERS Paper Salvage

Content for this application is under copyright to Heritage Preservation, Inc. Software developed by NCPTT.


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7 Responses to ERS: Emergency Response and Salvage (2013-03)

  1. Winston Atkins says:

    This app has good, basic information. Could you add a form that lets an institution’s staff download their institutional contact procedures and telephone numbers? The download aspect is important; it centralizes the most current information and simplifies staying up to date. Thank you for considering this request.

  2. Learnk12 says:

    App is useful but UI need to make more bright, looking dull.

  3. Marie Eve says:

    Are there any plans to make this app available for Windows Phone users?

    • For mobile projects, I’m only developing for iOS and Android. We don’t have plans to port apps to the Windows Phone platform or Blackberry. Brian King, a fellow NPS employee, volunteered to port this app to Blackberry and has since left NPS.

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