1. To access the Victim Extrication forms, tap the “Victim Extrication” button on the home screen.
  2. To start a new Victim Extrication form, tap the “New Form” button on the Victim Extrication home screen (figure 16). This will start a fresh Victim Extrication form (figure 17).
  3. To save and close a Victim form, tap “Home” or “Close”. If the minimum mandatory information for the form has not been entered, the fields will highlight in red. If “Close” is tapped, the form is closed, and the user is returned back to the list of saved Victim forms (figure 16). If ‘Home” is tapped without tapping “Close” first, the user returns back to the app home screen, and upon tapping “Victim Extrication” again, is returned back to the currently opened form (figure 17).
  4. To upload Victim Extrication forms to the server (for Team Admins and Ops Coordinators), check the checkbox with a green checkmark for the items you wish to upload and tap “Upload” (figure 16).
  5. To delete an existing Victim form, tap the trash can icon next to the Victim form (figure 16).
  6. To add photos to a Victim form, from the Victim form screen, tap “Camera” to take a photo and associate to the form (figure 18). If a photo has been saved for a Victim form, a small preview of the photo is displayed on the list of saved Victim forms on the device (figure 16). To enlarge a photo, tap the photo thumbnail in the photo gallery for that form, tap again to close the large photo.
  7. To delete a photo, tap the trash can icon for the photo in the “Photos” screen for that Victim form (figure 18).
  8. To share a Victim form to another user via a web link (URL), tap the “Share” menu option on the Victim form, then select your desired method to share the form (similar to figure 19). If the recipient opens the link without the app installed on their device, or on a desktop/laptop email client, the link will open an INSARG pdf form with the Victim Form and any saved photos.
  9. To view the pdf INSARAG guidelines for Victim forms, tap the “Guidance” menu link in the Victim Form screen (similar to figure 11).


Figure 16

Figure 16. Victim form home

Figure 17

Figure 17. Victim form

Figure 18

Figure 18. Victim form photos

Figure 19

Figure 19. Share Victim form