Thanks to huge growth in technology, it’s never been easier to build a data-driven fire house. Here’s what that looks like in practice and how to get started.
The development team at Emergency Reporting has been working on updating and improving the Occupancy Module. The final component of the updates, Inspection Pages, will be released before the end of this month. The updates will be released as a beta test and will give all of our customers with the Occupancy Module a window […]
Based on customer feedback Emergency Reporting is announcing the following enhancements to the ER Rig Checks in order to better meet the apparatus documentation needs of our customers. These changes are a direct result of customer feedback and will be available if creating a new or editing an existing checklist. Users will now be able […]
Note: This post is intended for Emergency Reporting (ER) customers. To download and share a PDF version of this article, click here. With the COVID-19 novel coronavirus spreading exponentially around the world, we acknowledge the need to provide Emergency Reporting users with tools to accurately track and analyze COVID-19. Here’s how you can input data […]
Emergency Reporting (ER) is growing, and as a software company, we always strive to adhere to the most up-to-date, advanced technologies for security. With this in mind, ER will soon be launching a more secure way to sign in to your account. While we realize this change will have an impact on the way you sign in, we have determined it to be a necessary step toward ensuring your data is secure. This change is scheduled for June 2020.
How Fire Departments Save Space and Money by Ditching Installed Software For Cloud-based Fire Software
As technology continues to help shape and grow the fire service in ways that many of us couldn’t have imagined even 10 or 15 years ago, it has become imperative that we consider the physical space and data requirements when designing and renovating fire stations. In a recent Firehouse.com article, “Technology Challenges in Your New […]
Ask and you shall receive. Many of our customers have requested a more structured way for learning Emergency Reporting. Sure, we’ve got hundreds of excellent knowledge base articles, webinars and training videos, but you needed them organized in a logical, structured manner. Our team scoured through the entire knowledge base and organized the articles and […]
As a member of the fire service, you have so much more to think about other than NFPA 1401 compliance for your training records and reports. That’s why Emergency Reporting streamlines your data entry and reporting to make it easy to get the information you need, when you need it. Read on to learn more about NFPA 1401, why it’s important, and how […]
Written by Tom Louis Post-Incident Analyses (PIA), After Action Reports (AAR), Incident Debriefings, Tailboard Talks: All of these are examples of what every fire department does (or should be doing) after both major and minor incidents. In fact, if your department adheres to NFPA 1500, you are probably aware of the section that addresses the […]
Emergency Reporting’s Occupancy Module is a useful tool for managing valuable data for buildings and other structures in your agency’s coverage area. In this blog post, we’ll discuss some of this module’s uses and benefits as well as new and improved features you can look forward to in the coming we
Hearing the words “administrative training” is enough to make most action-oriented public safety professionals cringe. But the truth is, administrative training can be vital to our success in the fire service and beyond. Anything we can do in this area to develop our management, leadership, and technology skills can help us become better at our […]
Fire department data management. Just hearing that phrase can bring excitement and enthusiasm to a fire chief, right? For those rare data ninjas out there, most definitely. For the rest of us, not so much. Let’s face it, none of us joined the fire service to be data managers, but that’s exactly what we become the minute we begin our fire service careers