Safety App Of The Week

July 7, 2014 No Comments

Below is this week’s “Safety App of the Week“.  Every Monday we publish an article that reviews and rates a new workplace safety app.  Our testing is done on Apple iPads and Samsung Galaxy Tab 3s.  We rate each app from to ♥♥♥♥♥ (♥♥♥♥♥ is the best).  Prior app of the week articles are archived here.

John Drebinger

Official Description  

“Here’s the app to connect with unique safety speaker and author John Drebinger

You’ll get quick and easy access to the best and latest John has to offer: his blog posts (packed with safety topics you can use), videos, online store, his favorite restaurants around the country and even the latest in using “social networking tools” to spread your safety message.

You’ll also get an instant notification when John has a special announcement for you.

An innovator in safety communication his two books have been a great success and saved many lives and prevented many injuries.  With this app you will get John’s newest innovations before they appear anywhere else.

Using magic and humor, he has delivered his innovative message to thousands over the past twenty-two years. Of the hundreds he has served – a small sample includes – NASA, ExxonMobil, Boeing, Anheuser Busch, all branches of the United States Armed forces, Twenty-Mile Coal Company, Southern California Edison, General Motors, and Sony Pictures. 

His first book, “Mastering Safety Communication”, has sold over 75,000 copies and his latest book, “Would You Watch Out For My Safety?” is already on its third printing in less than a year.”

Thumbs Up

  • cost is free
  • no registration or sign in required 

Thumbs Down

  • the “blog” is its’ best feature, but you have to be on-line to read it.   If you really want to read these blog articles, you’ll find that they are much easier to read on their website.
  • this app is basically just an advertisement for John Drebinger’s safety training services

Overall Rating

  • iPad/iPhone  – 
  • Android  –  not currently available
  • Overall – we’ll never use this app

¹ Descriptions courtesy of  iTunes

Safety Articles

Translate This Page